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Butterflies in My Stomach and Other School Hazards (Anglais) Relié – 20 novembre 2008

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Cute book! 3 septembre 2008
Par lainibug - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This is a very cute short story about a boy's first day at school. The 1-2 lines of text on each page include a commonly used metaphor like "cat got your tongue", "wrong side of the bed" and, of course, "butterflies in your stomach". The pictures, simple line drawings with color photo accents, visually depict the literal meaning of the phrase, like a cat running away with a pink tongue. You get the feeling you're seeing what the boy is imagining.

I would say this book is better for introducing the idea of a figure of speech than curing first-day-of-school worries, although it could be a starting place for that discussion as well. Younger children who are still concrete thinkers may not grasp the humor of the literal vs figurative use of the words. I would say most children would enjoy this from about 1st grade on up; it would be fun for older kids when learning about metaphors in English class. It made me smile:)
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Charming, but a bit long 5 mars 2009
Par MG - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Reminds me of The King Who Rained by Fred Gwynne from when I was a kid and loved. I love the clear and simple pictures in t"Butterflies". I also like that the author has made all the figures of speech tie in to a topic kids can relate to--starting school. But I think many kids haven't heard of many of these expressions, so it's more fun for adults or older kids kids (upper elementary?) to read. Otherwise you first have to explain what being "in a pickle" means before kids would get the joke that the people are inside a pickle in the picture.
Idioms in Pictures 17 décembre 2011
Par Debra Louise Scott - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Butterflies in My Stomach (and Other School Hazards)
By Serge Bloch, Illustrations by Judith Inglese
2010, Sterling Publishing
Review by Debra L Scott, 12/14/2011

Do you ever think about how a child might interpret your words? Butterflies in My Stomach is a delightful look at idiomatic expressions, and how a child might take them literally. It is the first day of school, and the boy has actual butterflies inside his stomach, pictures going to school inside a pickle with wheels ("we'd be in a real pickle if we missed the bus"). Then, of course, it rains `cats and dogs' and he opens `a can of worms'. The whole story is fun to read, with the pen and ink illustrations showing the literal meaning of the phrase.

What a great way to help a kid laugh away the jitters of the first day of school! Also a good way to help a child look at the way words can mean something very different than the usual meanings, depending on how they are used, and for children who speak a different language at home, and may not be familiar with common idioms. Good scholastically as an early introduction to creative language, idioms and linguistics.
Great for Teaching Analogies 23 novembre 2010
Par Ashley Duclos - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As a teacher, I've noticed that sometimes kids use analogies and other figures of speech they don't understand. This book does a really great job of using those anaologies in context, and adds a visual element that makes it more interesting to young students. It's a really cute addition to any classroom :)
Learning and Laughing 31 mars 2015
Par ok - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
My second grade daughter laughed through the whole book. The illustrations are terrific. We even brought it in to her class when they were discussing idioms. Great educational tool as well as fun to read.
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