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Otto : The Autobiography of a Teddy Bear (Anglais) Relié – 7 octobre 2010


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Tomi Ungerer est né le 23 novembre 1931, à Strasbourg. Fils d'un fabricant d'horloges historien et astronome, il débute dans la vie comme dessinateur publicitaire. Puis il écrit et illustre de nombreux albums pour enfants et collabore à plusieurs magazines. Il a réuni une collection de jouets impressionnante qu'il a fini par donner au musée de Strasbourg. Affichiste, auteur illustrateur, inventeur d'objets, collectionneur, dessinateur publicitaire, c'est un grand artiste à qui l'on doit d'inoubliables albums pour les enfants.

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Association of Jewish Libraries Reviews 16 février 2011
Par AJL Reviews - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Tomi Ungerer, the prolific author-illustrator of so many imaginative children's books, (among them The Mellopps Go Flying, Flat Stanley, Crictor the Boa Constrictor, Moon Man, The Three Robbers) has based this war story partially on his own experiences growing up during the Nazi occupation of Alsace, France. Although its format looks like a simple picture book, it is actually an illustrated Holocaust story that can be used to introduce the subject of the Holocaust to grades four and up. Otto the teddy bear begins the story where he has been languishing unsold in an antique store window; we are then taken back to 1930s Germany. Otto was a birthday gift for a Jewish boy, David, who greatly enjoyed making mischief with Otto and his best friend, Oskar. When David, wearing a yellow star, was taken away with his family, he gave his beloved bear to Oskar. During a bombardment, Otto was tossed up into the air and became separated from Oskar. Then Otto's body partially blocked a bullet aimed at an American G.I. who took him to New York after the war ended. After more mishaps, Oskar ended up in the antique shop. A now-elderly Oskar recognizes him in the window. David sees the newspaper headlines about their reunion and contacts Oskar. They relate their wartime experiences and family losses to each other, and then decide to live together with Otto. Otto comments that this makes life finally what it should be--"peacefully normal." As the book ends, he is typing his life story.
The horrors of war are shown effectively through the contrast between the understated way Otto tells his story, and the disturbing watercolor and pencil illustrations of battles, destroyed buildings destroyed, guns, fires, and graphic portrayals of dead soldiers. Ungerer wants the reader to see that friendship has survived terrible events in the past. Perhaps their reunion is an unlikely coincidence, but it makes a hopeful ending. He has also said that he wants children to come away scared after they read this, and they will. Hopefully, they will realize the insanity of war, so that the Holocaust can never happen again. This is the first English edition of Otto, which was published in French in 1999. In 2011, Ungerer turns 80. An exhibition of his contributions to children's literature in the United States will be displayed at the Eric Carle Museum in Amherst, Mass. For grades 4 - 6.
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Moving Story From Legendary Artist Ungerer 27 décembre 2010
Par Robert Marsh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
The third in Philomel's reissues of Tomi Ungerer's picture books. Anything by Ungerer is worth your time, but this book is particularly poignant. It would make an excellent book for teachers in middle school, high school or college seeking to incorporate picture/texts into their lessons.

I've read some reviews that think the story is too grim for kids. I disagree. I think it looks honestly at history and the human condition and shows the power of love and friendship. Highly recommended.
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A bears life 7 mars 2014
Par Doreen Wright - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
We just got this book as a gift. It has a simple text, but tells a very sensitive story. It is a must have for any teddy bear lover and a great book for telling children about issues of war, of friendships and loss. Highly recommend.
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Not for very young children 19 mars 2013
Par Marisjo34 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Powerful story in a picture book format. Illustrations and text not for young children, more of a collecter's item for adults.
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Otto: The Autobiography of a Teddy Bear: Purchased at Amazon.com 29 avril 2014
Par dep - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
As some other reviewers have noted, this really isn't a kids book. Even with a picture of Otto the teddy bear on the cover of the book it really is for kids 11, 12, and older. It is a sweet book though, in spite of being small. With less than 20 pages it manages to cover much of what World War II was about. An educational book which is also very touching. I especially like the last page where Otto is at the typewriter telling his story.
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