7 edition of Is It the Same or Different? (Looking at Nature) found in the catalog.
October 15, 2007
by Crabtree Publishing Company
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||24|
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Same Author, Different Books. Authorship has a way of affecting readers. Even if all we know is the author’s name and nothing more, the name matters. Think of it this way: If your book is tentatively titled One Moment in Time—a general phrase that really doesn’t separate it from the pack—and another book shares that name, you’ll likely be if you were planning to title your thriller The Da Vinci Code—a specific title associated with a bestselling series—you’d better make other arrangements.
In this book written by Stuart Murphy and illustrated by Lois Ehlert, children are introduced to the important concept of same and different. On each page, the sock finds a possible match in various places around the house. The book ends with a two-page spread of all the socks shown in the book, and children are invited to find all the matching. In , Paramount Pictures announced a film adaptation of the best-selling nonfiction book Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman.
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Same, Same but Different, is a great book about two different boys from different sides of the worlds. They are pen pals through their Is It the Same or Different? book and explain to each other their daily lives.
The book's illustrations show how the two boys live similar lives just in different places/5. Same Kind of Different As Me Paperback – Ma #N#Ron Hall (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ron Hall Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Ron Hall (Author), Denver Moore (Author), Lynn /5(K). This is an absolutely outstanding book.
I used this book as an anchor in a “Family” themed kindergarten social studies unit. Inspired by this book, and many other stories about various family relationships, students wrote to grandparents, received and shared replies (of their own accord, chanting “Same, Same but Different!” when they heard similarities between their grandparents Cited by: 3.
Throughout the book Koestecki-Shaw repeats the popular saying from Southeast Asia, “same, same, but different!” Through bright and vibrant illustrations, Koestecki-Shaw details the unique features of each child’s culture. Taking a positive approach to differences, this book shows the two cultures side by side and highlights their diversity.
"Same, same but different" is Kostecki-Shaw's refrain, but what keeps it from being saccharine or pedestrian are her terrific naïf, mixed-media pictures. Working in exuberantly detailed spreads with a playful sense of proportion and perspective, she immerses readers in her heroes' worlds, showing them as confident navigators of even the Brand: Henry Holt and Co.
(BYR). Same Difference was a novel that really touched my heart. Yes, it wasnt perfect, but it was pretty great, and it changed the view that I had on books with a different protagonist than whom Im used for, someone whos free to say what shed This review can also be found on A /5.
SAME, SAME BUT DIFFERENT by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw, Jenny Sue Kostecki-ShawKirkus Book Reviews. Read the Kirkus Review of SAME, SAME BUT DIFFERENT. Although today's kids usually communicate through texting or email, Elliot from the United States and Kailash from India use pictures and a few simple sentences to exchange information about their Cited by: 3.
TM ® & © Scholastic Inc. All Rights Reserved. Susan Cheyney GRADES: About Us. This powerfully rendered book is timely and one of a kind.
It paints an important story of hope for teens and families living with autism, and lets us see that everybody's unique rhythm is worth dancing to. Same but Different explores the many aspects of teen autism while daring to address issues and feelings nobody talks about.
This. Same, but Different. Using the book, Same Same but Different, have students help you make a "T-Chart" or "Venn Diagram" on a SMART Board or on an overhead projector and camera.
Talk about how Elliot and Kailash are the same and how they are different. Put the students answers on the "T-Chart" or "Venn Diagram" and discuss the findings with the. Lynn Vincent is the New York Times best-selling writer of Heaven Is for Real and Same Kind of Different As Me.
The author or coauthor of ten books, Lynn has sold 12 million copies since She worked for eleven years as a writer and editor at the national news biweekly WORLD magazine and. Same Kind of Different As Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Together, published Juneis a book co-written by Ron Hall and Denver Moore, with Lynn Vincent, telling about Hall's and Moore's intersecting life journeys.
It is published by Thomas grew up as a sharecropper on a plantation in Red River Parish, Louisiana. The children’s book that recognizes the beauty in us all Enjoy the adventures of Lisa and Lida.
Buy Now. Same, Same but Different Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw. Holt/Ottaviano, $ (40p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. Luna. Same, Same But Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw. 12 Total Resources 3 Awards View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Audio Excerpt from Same, Same But Different; Video Book Reading from Same, Same But Different; Name Pronunciation with Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw; Grade; PK-2; Genre; Realistic Fiction; Cultural Area; South Asian.
Lyrics to 'Same Page, Different Book' by Prince. Check it, 1, 2. I hitched a train tween here and St. Paul Had no idea. when you know that everything is good with someone/something, but there is still this thing.
said when you are in a situation where you know that something is. The title, also used as a refrain throughout the book, is a popular saying in India and Nepal, heard by Kostecki-Shaw when she traveled there. Elliot and Kailash explore their similarities and differences, concluding that their lives are “Different, different but the SAME!”Author: Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw.
Same Difference is a charming book for young readers ( year olds) that addresses the sensitive and sometime divisive issues of beauty and identity. It has a lyrical, upbeat air that begs to be read aloud and offers an engaging rhyme pattern for young children.
Vivid illustrations capture 5/5(2). “Same Kind of Different as Me” is Carney’s feature debut, and the director pushes the religious weepy genre closer to art.
When Ron confesses his affair to Debbie, Carney cuts out the big. Directed by Michael Carney. With Greg Kinnear, Renée Zellweger, Djimon Hounsou, Jon Voight. International art dealer Ron Hall must befriend a dangerous homeless man in order to save his struggling marriage to his wife, a woman whose dreams will lead all /10(K).Based on the bestselling book, which inspired both a sequel and a children’s adaptation, “Same Kind of Different as Me” is the true story of a wealthy Texas white couple, Ron and Debbie (Greg Kinnear and Renee Zellweger), who befriend a violent homeless man (Djimon Hounsou).He calls himself Suicide, but is actually named Denver.Inspired by this book, and many other stories about various family relationships, students wrote to grandparents, received and shared replies (of their own accord, chanting “Same, Same but Different!” when they heard similarities between their grandparents’ letters) and invited their own parents in to share something their family loved to do/5(71).