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The Thingamabob Hardcover – Bargain Price, March 9, 2010
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I use this book to help my students understand how an illustrator can show a character's emotions through their facial expressions (curious, surprised, happy, frustrated/confused, etc).
Il Sung Na once again uses a unique textured painting style for illustration. Although it is interesting, in this book it is not as rich and colorful or complex as you find in his book, A Book of Babies.
The is very simple and short story about object exploration. This would be a good book to use along with an exploration activity with the little ones. Give them an unknown object and ask them to think about what it could be used for. The book is advertized for ages 3-7 which is the right audience for this simple book.
Wonderful colorful illustrations accompany the text. Read this book with Not a Box, Dot, and other books that encourage creativity and divergent thinking with a little
humor. I read it with adults and older children and we all were laughing!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cute book with even cuter illustrations. The story is rather short and starts sort of abruptly (I initially thought some pages were missing) but my son likes it just the same.Published 15 months ago by Maybelle
I enjoy reading this to my daughter...she loves the illustrations and I love watching her react to them! This is a great book for children of any age!Published on October 5, 2013 by EJ
Il Sung Na's THE THINGAMABOB tells of a curious elephant who finds a curious red object, and who investigates its origins. Read morePublished on May 19, 2010 by Midwest Book Review