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henkie met de hoorn By Jack Bechdolt,

  • Title: henkie met de hoorn
  • Author: Jack Bechdolt
  • ISBN: 9054448628
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Hardcover
  • POOR OLLIE ALL he wants is to practice playing his big bass horn, but his family can t take the noise So off Ollie goes in a rowboat to practice offshore That s when he realizes that the bell buoy has drifted away and the fog is getting thick So he stays and plays his horn as a warning to an incoming ship and saves it from running aground Suddenly, the mayor isgivingPOOR OLLIE ALL he wants is to practice playing his big bass horn, but his family can t take the noise So off Ollie goes in a rowboat to practice offshore That s when he realizes that the bell buoy has drifted away and the fog is getting thick So he stays and plays his horn as a warning to an incoming ship and saves it from running aground Suddenly, the mayor isgiving Ollie a medal for bravery, and best of all, the town pays for him to go to music school where he can practice without bothering anyone
    henkie met de hoorn POOR OLLIE ALL he wants is to practice playing his big bass horn but his family can t take the noise So off Ollie goes in a rowboat to practice offshore That s when he realizes that the bell buoy has

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    1. music YoungReaders PictureBook BookReview ChildrensBooks amreading It is hard enough to practice music and it is difficult enough to sit down Then adults ask Ollie to go out to somewhere elseBut Ollie knows his big horn will be right for one job One song

    2. This is the Little Golden Book I loved best as a child I finally was obtain to get a copy of the first edition published in 1950 apparently the original is out of print Yes, the story is problematic did the house have no basement for the boy to play his Tuba was the noise pollution from his practicing really a crisis that mandated a Town Hall Meeting but it is charming.What I love now about the book and why I remembered it so fondly The illustrations by Aurelius Battaglia what a great Italian na [...]

    3. My personal reaction was I really liked the ending of this book where it all came together The beginning however was a little dark and not so bright messages For example everyone in the town did not give the little boy a chance to practice so he never got better.I would use this as a read aloud for curricular purposes This would be for first or second graders.I would use this book to portray how everyone is useful somehow and to not give up one someone The idea in the book is that the little boy [...]

    4. Little Boy with a Big Horn is a fictional picture book It is about a little boy named Ollie, who wants to learn how to play his horn He goes to different places in his town to play his music, but nobody likes it Finally he goes out to sea and his music ends up saving a lot of people on a ship The mayor gives him a bravery award, and sends him to school to learn to play his horn Activities 1 Incorporate music into the lesson by having the students sing to the tune that Ollie plays Learn about dif [...]

    5. Ollie loves to practice on his big bass horn, but he doesn t play very well, so when everyone insists that he practice somewhere else, he takes a boat out to sea, where his music making saves a ship on a foggy day This book could be even entertaining if the reader is willing to ham up the tuba sounds and imitate squawking of gulls and seals.

    6. Considering this story is over 60 years old, it has all the elements of a classic story Poor Ollie can t find a place to play his tuba where it doesn t bother anyone Ultimately he saves the day when he warns the ship of dangerous waters by playing his tuba on the ocean.Cute story.

    7. Great read aloud for children Used this book for a Story Time and the kids were really involved and laughing a lot when the tuba sounds were sung.

    8. Hahh It s like Ill Wind by Flanders Swann, which is my favourite song ever And it also reminds me how my little sister used to practice her trumpet in her closet in our apartment.

    9. The people in this book are obnoxiously unsupportive of each other as a community of learners, but the protagonist triumphs in the end and is almost rewarded for it.

    10. My Brother Plays the Tuba This book very much reminded me of him and how he used to practice in the house Haha

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