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[I Don't Like Gloria!] [by: Kaye Umansky] [Anglais] [Broché]

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This is a humorous picture book taking a sideways look at the chaos caused by new arrivals!Colin the dog is not happy. A newcomer has arrived: Gloria the cat. Gloria eats from Colin's bowl, takes up residence in Colin's basket, and becomes the all-round centre of attention. But hey. What's this? A box has arrived. Jeffrey the rabbit has come to live with them. Colin and Gloria finally come to agree on something: "We really don't like Jeffrey!"

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Amazon.com: 3.8 étoiles sur 5  6 commentaires
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Paperback not the same as the hardcover 9 décembre 2009
Par Melissa Marino - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I am very disappointed that the paperback edition I received contains many changes in the text of the story I was familiar with, including changing the dog's name to Colin instead of Calvin???!!!! I don't understand why this would be done, as well as why the wording was changed throughout the story. My daughter had me read the hardcover edition from the library so many times and the version I just received just does not flow the same. I am very disappointed and will be looking for the original that we liked so much.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Funny & quirky 21 février 2009
Par Mommy O' Two - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My son, age 3 and daughter, age 6 both LOVE this book. The great news...so do I! It cracks us all up. Because of its simplicity, the kids feel they can "almost" read it on their own. That makes them feel special, and encourages their love of books and reading. The illustrations are so adorable, and retro...and I would definitely say that with this book, "less is more". If you don't buy it, check it out at the library. Then, I'm sure you'll soon buy it! My kids actually "get" the dog's sarcasm in this book. Love it. Love Calvin. Love Gloria.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I don't like Gloria 17 novembre 2007
Par J. Henke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
The graphics of this book were wonderful and the story is timeless! Jealous of the new cat, Calvin moans throughout the entire story the line, "I don't like Gloria". He also feels unwanted and unloved. It can be used in all type of human situations (i.e. new baby, siblings getting friends, divorced parents dating other people, older siblings having new experiences). The artwork is fresh yet reminds the reader of a different era. It is a wonderful read and has many uses in the home, school and library! Highly recommend this story!
1.0 étoiles sur 5 I Don't Like "I Don't Like Gloria" 15 juin 2013
Par Matthew Wall - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm not one of these people who thinks every children's book has to be a treacly tome of sunshine and rainbows and unicorns dancing hand in hand with happy endings; far from it, we really enjoy books that take the real emotions kids go through and treat them in a way that lets the kids process them on their own terms.

This is not one of those books. It does not have a redeeming feature or any nuance that makes it good reading for kids, and it's not funny enough to be read by other audiences.

The premise is the dog is jealous of the cat, and the humans are ignoring the dog. OK, fine comic premise. But there's no resolution AT ALL - there's just a rabbit introduced, and now the little girl ignores both the dog and the cat. And then dog and the cat agree they hate the rabbit.

There were places this book could have gone, like the dog and cat learn to play with one another, or they look at the rabbit and realize part of being a family is taking turns getting attention, and so forth, without turning into the aforementioned unicorn-hugfest.

When my five year old read this book -- and we gave it quite a number of spins, with and without adult commentary, because he enjoyed the illustrations -- he processed the negativity but had no appreciation of what might've come next. A book that just focuses on hating somebody else because you're jealous of them is not a good children's book. And it's not funny enough to be read as a joky adult's book or a satire for older children to read, like, say, "Dumb Bunnies" or "Go the @)*$ to Sleep".

Books that provoke kids into purely negative emotions without an appropriately cathartic release are bad books. You might as well take them to an R-rated action movie, where they will at least be entertained by the explosions.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Finally- a realistic children's book.. 30 décembre 2008
Par Alvie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
Okay, that's a bit of an exaggeration but this is one of the few that doesn't necessarily have a happy ending. It's a real world story that things don't always go your way & that sometimes you have things happen that must require compromise. That is if you want to find "meaning" in things, which I don't think is always required. Sometimes didactic requirements many place on kids' books are a bit annoying.

The illustrations (including text) are spot on. Kuddos to both author & illustrator.

Won't give away the story (as it has kind of a twist ending) but will say we read this book almost every day to our 2 year old & he thinks it hilarious. We think it's pretty funny too.
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