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Four Hungry Kittens By Emily Arnold McCully,

  • Title: Four Hungry Kittens
  • Author: Emily Arnold McCully
  • ISBN: 9780803725058
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Without words, Emily Arnold McCully tells the rambunctious tale of four kittens whose mama has gone off hunting for food When she accidentally gets shut up in the feed barn, the kittens are free to go exploring But their mischief making leads to a run in with a hungry hawk Luckily, help comes their way from the most unexpected of places And four weary kittens are finalWithout words, Emily Arnold McCully tells the rambunctious tale of four kittens whose mama has gone off hunting for food When she accidentally gets shut up in the feed barn, the kittens are free to go exploring But their mischief making leads to a run in with a hungry hawk Luckily, help comes their way from the most unexpected of places And four weary kittens are finally reunited with their ever so grateful mama.Winner of the Caldecott Medal for Mirette on the High Wire, Emily Arnold McCully has perfectly captured the playful antics of kittens everywhere And her unspoken message of parental love and protection brings added richness to a book that children will pore over again and again.
    Four Hungry Kittens Without words Emily Arnold McCully tells the rambunctious tale of four kittens whose mama has gone off hunting for food When she accidentally gets shut up in the feed barn the kittens are free to go

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    1. Four kittens in a barn look for something to eat The mother cat is also looking for something for the kittens to eat, but away from the kittens While the mother is away the kittens get into trouble with the farmer Luckily the farm dog eventually takes a liking to the kittens and saves them from danger When the mother cat returns they stay friends The problem with this book was that I could not immediately tell that the mother cat was a mother cat I thought she was one of the kittens that was goi [...]

    2. Summary This story starts on the cover and continues on every page This is a wordless picture book about all of the mischief that 4 hungry kittens get into when mama goes out to hunt Evaluation The illustrations in this book are very well done I really like this book because of how easy it is to follow the storyline with the illustrations.Teaching This book could be used to teach inferencing.

    3. I want those kittens They re so cute Told entirely in pictures, this story describes how a mother cat leaves her kittens in the barn to hunt mice, and what the hungry kittens do while she s gone The dog seems to understand that the little kitties are hungry and offers them his bone, which, of course they don t know what to do with Meanwhile, mama cat has chased a mouse into a feed bin and gotten closed in What a good hearted dog He watches over the kittens, keeping them from danger, and even ale [...]

    4. Four little kittens have fun and get into trouble as they look for food around the farm A helpful dog tries to keep them safe and fed, but it turns out momma cat has it covered.The watercolor illustrations in this, while very well done, are not exactly the type of illustrations that kids go for I think the illustration style will appeal to adults Kids should still like following the kittens on their adventures around the farm Like all wordless books, this one lends itself to a myriad of activit [...]

    5. Text to self the kittens were scared of the dog at first, but then the dog helped the kittens out it shows being protected Text to Text the pictures show the kittens being scared and the dog being much bigger so I could remember how much smaller the kittens looked than the dog but the dog ended up being very nice to the much smaller kittens Text to World This would be good to relate to a younger child who might be scared of a male teacher or something that may look scarier or bigger to them but [...]

    6. As a crazy cat lady who is beginning to delve into the world of wordless picture books, this title really leapt out at me I loved the watery art style used in the illustrations, but the story left something a little lacking without the title giving it away, I wouldn t have really been able to tell what the kittens were looking for It was a cute enough book, but did not convey a story as well as some others.

    7. It is a picture book with absolutely NO words I am not sure what story it was even trying to tell It showed various scenes and only one had to do with the kittens trying to get milk I tend to remember a nursery rhyme that was bases off the four hungry kittens theme and that is what I thought this was.

    8. Some kittens get separated from their mother a barn cat , and a dog protects them until the family is reunited It has no words, relying only on the illustrations which aren t quite strong enough to carry the story on their own and make me care about it It has some cute moments, but it s pretty pointless.

    9. This is a nice wordless picture book that describes the antics of a family of cats on a farm The illustrations are lovely and the story is engaging in a truly wordless book We enjoyed narrating this story aloud to one another, taking turns with each page.

    10. This is the adorable story of four farm kittens who go on many adventures while their mother is away There are no words, but water color illustrations of their explorations This allows much interaction including conversation and predictions regarding what is happening in the pictures.

    11. I typically enjoy wordless picture books because my kids like to talk about what s happening in the pictures, but while the heart of this story is sweet, the illustrations are somewhat tricky to decipher.

    12. This book has no text You can have your child tell you the story or you can make up a story to tell your child using the pictures I think that it s a good type of book to exist, but it s hard to be passionate about it, right That s why I gave it just two stars.

    13. Love the textures of watercolor in this book Chose it because I thought it would be good to have a wordless book on my list The story took a minute to understand what was happening, but I ended up recommending it to two other people I thought the ending was very sweet.

    14. Notes not usually a fan of wordless picture books, but this one is so prettyboth my kids love barn cats, so it appealed to them

    15. This wordless picture book will help children learn to read a story by interpreting the action in the very nice watercolor illustrations.

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