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The Boy Who Cried Fabulous Paperback – August 1, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
1. The story is really cute. In this story a little boy who is different teaches everyone around him the meaning of not doing things the same way. I think that the moral of the story is very important. Too often younger children are taught to conform in every way.
2. I use this story to teach students how to come up with creative ways of saying words. In the story the boy says the word "fabulous" for everything in the beginning. However, by the end he has come up with some many more adjectives to describe things. This becomes a great lesson for my students who use the same words. By using different adjectives that are modeled in this story, they are able to come up with more fabulous words.
3. The illustrations are beautiful. I love looking at all of the detail in this book.
Whether you are a classroom teacher, parent or just lover of children's literature....get this book! It is fabulous.
Roger is known for being tardy, and he is used to getting into trouble because of it. But, even though he wants to behave and be on time, he can't seem to take his eyes off of the amazing things happening all around him. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy the wondrous world with Roger!
The story is heartwarming and the pace of it is perfect.
I bought 7 copies so I could give it to members of my family this Christmas. They know that I collect children's books and they've been the recipients of copies of some of my favorites over the years that they've passed on to their children. This one is going to be a hit even though I know that hearing the word FAB-ulous is going to get really old by December 26th. :o)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is a book about vocabulary or tolerance? Or is it just a fun read? It is all of these things. I LOVE this book. It is kind of like gay Dr. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kile Law
I love this book - its a very sweet story. I love the bright colors - definitely grabs a child's attention! Would definitely recommend.Published on May 15, 2014 by Green Guy
Was disappointed by this one given how much we like her other books.
The one about two dads and the other one about two moms is so so so so much better
I love the period in which it's set, I love it's passion, I love it's message, I love it's fancy-free spirit and rollicking energy. Read morePublished on February 24, 2012 by S. Langteau
lovingly written, lovingly illustrated, beloved by my three kids - this book is fun, sweet, playful, celebratory and even educational.Published on February 9, 2012 by genre lover
This book is a great book to use when teaching first graders about word choice in writing. I would recommend it to all first grade teachers!Published on December 25, 2011 by Laurie S. Christensen