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Five for a Little One by Chris Raschka
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Five for a Little One

by Chris Raschka

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A bunny introduces the reader to the five senses and describes how they are used every day. The bunny then shows the reader how he uses the five senses when he is around his family. This was not my favorite from Raschka because I did not feel the deepness and meaning behind the story that I typically feel from Raschka. This would be good, however, to introduce the five senses to younger students and to have them practice counting up to the number five. ( )
  krista_patman | Mar 19, 2017 |
Follow a little bunny through the five senses. Each one is explained with examples and wordplay, then reviewed wordlessly. ( )
  kradish | Jun 27, 2014 |
This is a book teaching a child about the five senses that you have. The art is what makes this book the best because children can really get glued to the page with all the bright colors that chris uses when he wrote this story. ( )
  kathryn123 | Nov 18, 2012 |
If your looking for a book to help teach a child about the five senses, then you've found it! Whats even greater than the content of the book is the art! Chris Raschka uses texture and line, along with color, in such a way that it really adds to help teach the five sense. ( )
  mfink1 | Sep 20, 2012 |
It is important to introduce the five senses to children beginning early on. This book allows the reader to explore the five senses through the perspective of a little rabbit, as well as practice counting. The text is also written in rhyme making reading the words fun and fluid. The illustrations cover the pages of the book and are colorful and look as if they are done in watercolors. My favorite aspect, which I thought was unique and have not seen so far, was the use of dividers between each of the senses. Each divider was done in the form of a large number, which was also a bright color. This is where the mathematical practice of counting comes into play. This is a great book to read in order to use literature across the curriculum. ( )
  klledet | Sep 20, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689845995, Hardcover)

If you are a bunny, try a taste, take a gander, snuffle a sniff, relish a sound, and share a hug.

Everything around is waiting.

If you are a boy, or a girl, or a dog, or a kitty do like our friend Bunny.

And enjoy.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:24:05 -0400)

A young rabbit explores the world using his five senses.

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