I Love My Teacher
A charming story written to celebrate teachers. The book is about a young boy’s fun-filled day at school. From show-and-tell to reading and math to recess, the book shows how much fun the boy enjoys at school. Finally, he says how awesome his teacher is. As this book is written for young children, the plot was fairly simple. But this is good because simple plots are better for younger kids who are just starting to read. The language used was simple and easy to understand; everything was straightforward. The message being conveyed by the author was made very clear: school is fun, and good teachers are awesome. This book is full of illustrations. The illustrations give the book special significance to young readers. They hold the attention of the reader; they tie into the words and the overall story very well. They were very well done. This book is definitely for younger children who are new to reading. This book is best for kids around three to five years old. This book reminded me of Dr. Seuss books. From the rhymes to the illustrations, it’s clear that there was some inspiration from the “great doctor.” I would certainly recommend this book for older kids too, whether they are reading it themselves or reading it to a younger sibling. All in all, this book was quite enjoyable to read, and you can’t/won’t help but think about your own inspiring/wonderful teachers.
|Author||Giles Andreae, with illustrations by Emma Dodd|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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