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Marcel the Shell: the Most Surprised I've…
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Marcel the Shell: the Most Surprised I've Ever Been

by Jenny Slate

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Genre: Fantasy
Medium: Watercolor, acrylic, gouache
This is a book about the life of a shell, in a human's house. He was on a blanket, but when a human moved the blanket, he fled through the air, and tells about everything through his perspective. This is a silly book, but it would be useful when talking with the class about different people's perspective, and how situations might look and feel different to others.
  sophiadale | Aug 2, 2016 |
Read in the Harvard Co-op. The print book lacks the voice from the video, but it still made me laugh a time or two. Not sure what children make of Marcel, but I enjoy him. ( )
  JennyArch | Nov 12, 2014 |
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One morning, Marcel the shell is walking on the blanket when he is suddenly launched high into the air and gets a bird's-eye view of the baby, Nana Connie's house, and more before falling back down.

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