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Parts (Picture Puffin Books) Paperback – October 1, 2000
"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
Don't miss best-selling author Kwame Alexander's "Rebound," a new companion novel to his Newbery Award-winner, "The Crossover,"" illustrated with striking graphic novel panels. Pre-order today
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My kids and I absolutely LOVE this book! Ted Arnold's illustrations are both entertaining and fantastic. I love the little squiggles and the puns he adds to the book. The story is also great for helping explain rhyming to my children. They find it hilarious, and we have already read it many times since owning it. I know it is one we will keep coming back to. I definitely think that this book is the best out of the trio, but the second is pretty cute as well. I did end up returning the third as it did not really follow the same pattern as the first two and used words like 'stupid' that we do not use in out house.
Overall, It is a cute explanation to the questions kids may have about themselves as they are growing that you don't often think to explain, and the drawings just add even more to the humor. I would definitely recommend this book to others, you will not be disappointed.
As you read along, the little boy learns about all the different parts of the body that we lose. He begins to wonder if he is going to have everything fall off or get lost. It is, as I said, amusing to watch the expressions on the children's faces as you read and they begin to wonder, as well. The dialogue is presented in an interesting way and it is a good way to open up discussions and answer questions that children might not think to ask otherwise.
My third grade students love this story! Definitely a keeper!