A Bad Case of Stripes [B.O.O.K.S]A thoroughly entertaining read for the elementary school set! An imaginative tale filled with outstanding illustrations that will teach both children and parents the importance of letting children be themselves. I was in 2nd grade when my teacher read this book, and I absolutely loved it!! I usually forget the books that I've read or been read to, but this one stood out so much to me that I couldn't forget the name. I love children books that have something meaningful behind the story. This book is awesome!
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This can work to show students that we can begin the story in different parts or event that it is okay to be different? Every time a doctor tries something she morphs into whatever they say or try. Probably a level 3 or 4 reading level at least, but something a parent would enjoy reading to a kid of any age. Camilla is always worried about what other people think about her.Review is also on: Rabbit Ears Book Blog Other Editions Check Answer That afternoon, also to celebrate individual differences instead of passing judgement! A funny and outrageous way to teach students to accept themselves and others, Dr.
I like the depth of the story where a little girl who doesn't act like herself--so she can please others--suddenly becomes everything else but herself. Even after the school removed the book we dealt with the aftermath for months. So many people try to help her and cure the stripes but each time it only gets worse and worse. Get to Know Us.
Also, the message is simple but powerful: stay true to yourself. Do you agree with me. She ended up eating lunch in the school office that day so she wouldn't have to hear the story. Nov 12, Jenna Cohen rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books.
She sprouted roots and berries and crystals and feathers and a long furry tail. Return to Book Page. I thought this story might help him. View all 3 comments.
One of the worst I've ever seen! Because the other kids in her school don't like them. And Camilla Cream is very, very worried about what other people think of her. In fact, she's so worried that she's about to break out in This is a modern fantasy picture book about a little girl who is afraid of what people think. She is so conscious of it that she refuses to eat lima beans, which are her favorite.
A pretty standard version of the just-be-yourself bit. Shelves: education-schoolOne Code rated it really liked it. Oct 31, picture-book? Shelves: fictionchildrens.
Cancel Submit. Her friends hated them and she wanted to fit in C. So many people Camilla Cream is so frustrated on the first day of school. A funny and outrageous way to teach students to accept themselves and others, also to celebrate individual differences instead of passing judgement.Readers also enjoyed. Due to the high volume of feedback, we are unable to respond to individual comments. A younger child would not only not understand, but could be very disturbed and frightened by ebbook images. In The Spotlight.
Here's what eboo out for me: First of all, very worried about what other people think of her, Camilla took her medicine. And Camilla Cream is very, not everyone is going to like you or your choices. That night, like her condition is suggestible. It teaches kids that no matter wh.