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Bink & Gollie Two For One

Bink & Gollie Two For One


Bink & Gollie Two For One

avaliações:
4/5 (8 avaliações)
Comprimento:
13 minutos
Lançado em:
Jan 1, 2013
ISBN:
9780545748124
Formato:
Audiolivro

Descrição

The fair is in town and these two very different girls--but best friends extradordinaire--use teamwork to navigate its many wonders.
Lançado em:
Jan 1, 2013
ISBN:
9780545748124
Formato:
Audiolivro


Sobre o autor

ALISON MCGHEE’s best-selling novel Shadow Baby was a Today Show Book Club pick, and her picture book for adults, Someday, was a #1 New York Times bestseller. She is the recipient of many fellowships and awards, has three grown children, and lives a semi-nomadic life in Minnesota and California.

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  • (4/5)
    Oh Bink and Gollie are back again for another fun adventure! We enjoy the antics of these two friends. It was a fun quick read with great illustrations and many point to laugh about.
  • (5/5)
    Brilliant! Text and illustrations are perfectly paired in this funny, sassy, warm story of two friends visiting the state fair.
  • (5/5)
    Just as great as the first one, except that the whack a duck gag gets a little old by the last throw [but to be fair, the age group this series is aimed at would _still_ be laughing]. The full page spread illustrating the whole state fair was marvelous.
  • (5/5)
    Very cute books, a hybrid between easy reader, chapter book, and graphic novel. The combination makes them ideal for reluctant readers, particularly kids who CAN read pretty well but don't think they like to. The vocabulary is rather sophisticated compared to typical easy readers, but lots of illustrations and just a little text on each page makes the books manageable for kids who are reluctant to read. The story features three episodic chapters and reminded me very much of the Frog & Toad books. Stories are sweet and funny and much of the humor is contained in the illustrations.
  • (5/5)
    Genre: contemporary realist fictionWhy it fits this genre: The book presents a story that never happened but could happen.I would use this book to:1. present students to chapter books.2. Use the part of the book where Gollie plays a game at the fair to solve a math problem as a class. Then, I could have my students come up with their own word math problems.Summary: This book is about two great friends, Bink and Gollie and their adventure at the state fair. In the first chapter, Bink plays a game called What a Duck to try to win the wold's biggest donut. In the end, Bink is unable to win the big donut so she ends up buying multiple bags of little donuts. In the second chapter, Gollie volunteers at the fair's talent show but is unable to express her talent due to her stage fright. In the third chapter, Bink and Gollie go see a fortune teller who tells them that they will be friends in the future. Media: digital Critique: "Bink & Gollie: Two for One" is a great example of contemporary realistic fiction because it is relatable. For example, children can relate to either Bink or Gollies character. Also, children can relate to Bink and Gollie's adventure at the state fair because many children like to go to fairs. Children can also relate to Bink and Gollie's friendship.
  • (4/5)
    Best friends Bink and Gollie, two inseparable companions with very different personalities, return in this second collection of stories devoted to their adventures, following upon the initial Bink & Gollie. In this installment of the series, the friends attend the state fair, where their relative lack of success - Bink doesn't win the biggest donut ever in the whack a duck game, while Gollie doesn't cover herself in glory in the talent show - fades to insignificance after a visit to Madame Prunely the fortune-teller.Like its predecessor, Bink and Gollie: Two for One was an entertaining tale of two very different girls who somehow manage, despite their very different approaches to life, to complement one another perfectly. I was reminded, in this respect, of Arnold Lobel's classic Frog and Toad stories, which also chronicle the doings of two friends. I've heard it said that Bink represents a young Kate DiCamillo and Gollie a young Alison McGhee, however that may be, their differing perspectives are wonderfully combined in these stories, and their humorous adventures captures in the droll artwork of Tony Fucile. Recommended to anyone who enjoyed the first Bink and Gollie book, or who is looking for humorous stories for beginning chapter-books readers.
  • (5/5)
    Such a cute story! I love the amount of fun these girls had in their state fair. Any child (who has gone to a fair) can relate to this!
  • (5/5)
    "Oh Bink," said Gollie. "There are no winners here." WRONG - Bink and Gollie are winners again. A great story of friendship and humor. I want a donut now.
  • (4/5)
    Reason for Reading: Next in the seriesAn entertaining and easy-to-read picture book which one could call the author's answer to the "Mercy" books which she has now finished. For approx. the 6-9 age group, though olders with enjoy the humour as did this oldster reviewer. As in the first volume the book centres around three short stories which occur during a day's outing between the two friends. This time they decide to go to the state fair. The first story involves Bink playing a carnival game trying to hit a duck with a baseball, not succeeding but causing quite some damage to the old barker. Secondly Gollie is all thrilled to enter the Talent Show but once she's on stage she gets stage-fright and clams up. A lovely story of friends being there for each other.The last story is an unfortunate choice as it involves a fortune teller and this may turn off some Christians, however, she is not taken seriously and I honestly see this as a great opening to discuss the topic. The girls first go in kidding, not believing and having funny remarks for the seer. But as she tells them of their past, it is easily explainable as to how the girls visual clues gave the seer her answers. Finally while she is telling the future, again we are shown how she does it with prompts from Bink & Gollie. On top of that the girls run out of there very quickly without their fortune being told in full. Saying they don't need it. They have everything they could want already. An uplifting view of this topic, and as a Christian, I'd recommend it to others of the same mind.A delightful book with lovely illustrations, that shows how friendship and a true friend is there for you no matter what!
  • (5/5)
    Great book