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Sister of My Heart gThis book was one of few words but had striking illustrations of radiant colors It was written in a poem format with several words on a page It asked if you had seen the narrator s America and if you had seen other parts of thereat "land It talked about American landscape and about America s people and of their homelands It talked about " It talked about American landscape and about America s people and of their homelands It talked about even though the people were from different places and were very different they all hail the same country America I liked this book because the word choice was bold and so were the illustrations I think that this book would be fitting for any Kindergarten 2nd rade classroom and the
children would like the illustrations that are colorful and full life Beautiful would the illustrations that are colorful and full of life Beautiful by two artists celebrate this beautiful inspiring simple books describing My America Ashley Brian never fails to create vibrant landscapers full of movement and joy Title My AmericaAuthor Jan Spivey GilchristIllustrator Ashley Bryan and Jan Spivey GilchristGenre Poem picture book Themes American pride diversityOpening linesentence Have you seen my country Brief Book Summary This poem put into a picture book oes through the amazing wonders and characteristics that are uniue to America Professional RecommendationReview 1 Horn Book Bryan and Gilchrist illustrate Gilchrist s celebratory poem Have you seen my country Seen my magic skiesHave you seen my people We hail from every shore in alternating spreads Bryan s are riotously colored swirling paeans to nature Gilchrist s are uieter dreamlike portraits of children The contrast in the artists styles plus the propulsive page turns make for a successful poem as picture bookProfessional RecommendationReview 2 School Library Journal Gilchrist s original three stanza poem serves as the text for this passionate dynamic representation of our national treasures Have you seen my country Seen my magic skiesSeen my mighty watersHave you seen my land A broad inclusive view of America is portrayed Have you seen my country See.
Jan Spivey Gilchrist É 6 read & downloadErica and to see the imagination and creativity of this book of a child s viewpoint and the things they see when they think about the simple things of America Gorgeous illustrations In this picture book Author Jan Gilchrist writes poems that show his readers about the strength and beauty of America
This includes the diversity of its people wildlife and the landscape illustrated from his and Bryan s drawingsincludes the diversity of its people wildlife and the landscape illustrated from his and Bryan s drawings book creates a welcoming environment for young readers through poetry but also the textured pictures used when seeing the oceans and mountains There is also the contrast of pictures when knowing which illustrator drew the landscapes From Jan Gilchrist s neutral colors and detailed textures the story creates an impact on the words used for their importance in the mood seen from him The same can be said about the vivid colors and texture typically seen by Bryan s artwork I liked the book in its simplicity in poetry with its short stanzas I don t really like poetry but there is of a change in heart by its pictures used for each words If I would use this book in a classroom it would have students understand poetry and how illustrators emphasize the words written in the story By the diversity seen by both people wildlife and landscapes it has an effect that America is a melting pot itself This "is a three stanza poem of thirteen lines depicting what America is or ca be in its diversity " a three stanza poem of thirteen lines depicting what America is or ca be in its diversity in the illustrations is a diversity of land birds animals and most importantly people Written ten years ago this title would be very appropriate today in 2017 for a discussion starter about what is America and it s diversity The illustrations are breath taking I love how it shows diversity through the images and allows the audience their own opinion of their America My AmericaIllustrators Ashley Bryan and Jan Spivey GilchristPoem By Jan Spivey Gilchrist ThemesTopicsIdentity Suitable for Rescuing Gus grades Kindergarten to 2ndrade Opening Have you seen my country. Ty watersHave you seen my la. ,
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America their home Bryan s and Gilchrist s paintings provide stunning backdrops for this testamenttheir home Bryan s and Gilchrist s paintings provide stunning backdrops for this testament the country s beauty and diversity All readers will relate at some level and many children will find their views of America expandedResponse to Two Professional Reviews I really
these reviews because both had really Class of 92: Out of Our League good descriptions of the illustrations saying they are stunning and riotously colored They really enjoyed the book and how it represented American pride and America as a country Evaluation of Literary Elements I really liked the poem in this book and the illustrations that went along with it The poem really worked for this book even though it was short The illustrations filled in theaps that the text left out and did a better job at describing the uniue aspects of America Consideration of Instructional Application I would use this book when we Portrait of a Starter: An Unhidden Story go over America and the history of how this country came to be I would also use it when we are talking about descriptive language and words in writing I think this is aood book to read to students during thanksgiving week after doing a unit on Native American history OrLiked These Reviews Because
sometime during the year With the tension oing on we must remind the younger childrenduring the year With the tension oing on we must remind the younger children what makes the country reat the diversity we have through illustrations that have a diverse set of people drawn the illustrations do some justice for the message that is trying to be portrayed but what I do think lack is the writing Instead of written uestions and the short sentences describing the beauty I believe this book would have a reater impact if it were bold and direct in its message The cover jacket seems to be done through watercolor and based on the size of the book it seems that this is set up to read to a roup of children instead of having it individually read This book is a sweet uick read to show to just be proud of Am. N my magic skiesSeen my migh.