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I Want My Hat Back!

I Want My Hat Back!

Escrito por Jon Klassen

Narrado por Daniel Pinkwater


I Want My Hat Back!

Escrito por Jon Klassen

Narrado por Daniel Pinkwater

avaliações:
4.5/5 (61 avaliações)
Comprimento:
6 minutos
Lançado em:
Jan 1, 2013
ISBN:
9780545632959
Formato:
Audiolivro

Descrição

Bear's hat is gone. None of the animals have seen it. He is starting to become despondent, until his memory is sparked by a deer who asks just the right question.
Lançado em:
Jan 1, 2013
ISBN:
9780545632959
Formato:
Audiolivro


Sobre o autor

Jon Klassen is a Canadian-born author-illustrator. His books include I Want My Hat Back; This Is Not My Hat, winner of the Caldecott Medal; and We Found A Hat. He is a member of the Order of Canada in recognition of his contributions to children's literature. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two sons.

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  • (4/5)
    I Want MY Hat Back by Jon Klassen; (4*)This book is wonderful. It is a for a young targeted audience. While the animals may talk and own hats they are still recognizable as wild creatures. The fundamental biological relationships between the animals remain the same but are dramatized and given human trappings. If you find bears eating rabbits upsetting or are looking for a human morality tale you won't find it here. (It just may not be politically correct enough for you.)The book is just really funny and enjoyable in its simplicity. Not many children's books are pleasing in this way nowadays. During my first read-through I caught myself thinking: "Wait, I have seen that hat" And lo and behold, you turn the page and there's the 'aha!' moment. The illustrations are marvelous and the Q & A are priceless! Our great grands love this one read aloud to them and the 4 year old already knows the verbage by heart.The bear asks the rabbit: "Have you seen my hat"The rabbit's response is priceless: "No. Why are you asking me.I haven’t seen it.I haven’t seen any hats anywhere.I would not steal a hat.Don’t ask me any more questions."
  • (5/5)
    I bought this book entirely for myself. My nephews do not get to have it. It's a simple book. A bear has lost his hat. He misses his hat. He asks the other animals around if they have seen it. This book is a real picture book in that you can't really appreciate the text without the accompanying pictures. The pictures are simple, but the tiny expressive details along with the inflections in the writing fit perfectly to make an amusing story.I haven't read the other "hat" books. I know that this is one of my nephew's favourite books. He has to get his own copy though. This one is mine.
  • (5/5)
    Teaches children a valuable lesson as to what to do when you've seen your hat after it's gone missing.
  • (4/5)
    “Have you seen my hat?” / “No. I haven’t seen your hat.” / “OK. Thank you anyway.”

    I’d like to say that great works of art have been built on less, but I doubt it’s true. However, I Want My Hat Back, written and illustrated by Jon Klassen (who received the 2010 Canadian Governor General’s Award for his illustrations in Cat’s Night Out by Caroline Stutson, and worked on the animated film Coraline), is a lovely children’s book, all the same.

    The story is simple: the bear, pictured on the cover, has lost his hat, and wants to find it again. He asks the other creatures he encounters whether they have seen his hat, but none of them have–or so they say.

    It’s difficult to convey the humor of the book without simply including the whole book in this post. The simple, sparse illustrations, together with the simple, repetitive dialogue, are charming, and the ending, when the bear realizes where his hat is, and goes to retrieve it, is hilarious. The calm, understated way the bear goes about asking after his hat, and his despair when he can’t find it (“What if I never see it again? What if nobody ever finds it? My poor hat. I miss it so much.”) combine to make a very funny scene, too.

    Though I’ve not tested this one with kids myself, the prevailing sentiment seems to be that both children and adults find it very funny. I personally recommend it to anyone looking for a humorous children’s book, and anyone who just wants their hat back.

    This review also appears on my blog.
  • (5/5)
    Pure genius. Such a twisted children's book. I love it!
  • (5/5)
    I want my hat back is a book about a bear who loses his hat. He searches through the forest looking for his hat. He asks all of his animal friends if they have seen his hat. He comes across a rabbit wearing his red hat, but is oblivious to the fact that the rabbit took his hat. He takes the rabbit on his word and goes about his way to ask other animal friends about his hat. The bear has a realization that he had seen his hat, he was mad! The rabbit took his hat. He found the rabbit and confronted him. The rabbit had no words, and in the last scene, we see the bear sitting in some twigs wearing his hat. "I love my hat" he says. The question remains...did the bear eat the rabbit?!
  • (5/5)
    Funny little tale.
  • (4/5)
    Very funny!
  • (4/5)
    Very cute story
  • (5/5)
    A tense thriller in the form of a children's book.
  • (5/5)
    Delightfully droll!
  • (4/5)
    Wonderful zinger.
  • (5/5)
    A bear and he talks about a hat that is missing and no one has seen it. He goes and tries to find it by asking others. He is very nice throughout the story until he finds his hat who stole his hat.
  • (5/5)
    cute and funny, what else else can i say? Read it, IT will take 5 minutes!!
  • (5/5)
    I used this book to do a big group read aloud where they made some predictions about what would happen based on the title and cover. We talked though the inferences and why we suspected the rabbit and the bear of being guilty, then did a turn and talk about whether our predictions were accurate, why/not.
  • (4/5)
    This is a fantasy book. This book is about a bear that goes around and asks different animals if they have seen his hat. Each one says no so the bear is very sad. owards the end, he remembers where he saw his hat last and goes to get it back from the animal wearing it.
  • (5/5)
    I laughed out loud several times as I read this book. It is simply a delight.
  • (5/5)
    Genre: Modern FantasyWord 1: Hat, Word 2: HonestyI chose these two words to summarize the book because I believe that in the end the message of the book came down to these two points. In the book the bear wanted his hat back, and that was a main focus. Because this was such an important factor in the book, essentially the entire purpose of the story, I thought that "hat" deserved to be one of the words. In addition I chose the word "honesty" because I think this book teaches a lesson of honesty. They always say that lies will come back to you, and that is exactly what happened with the bear and the rabbit. It is important to always tell the truth, and not to steal.
  • (5/5)
    This modern fantasy book is very funny! It is fun to read with different voices for each animal. In this book, a bear is searching around the forest for his hat. He talks to all different animals in search for his hat, until he decides to give up, but he remembers that he saw the rabbit wearing his hat, so he goes backs and gets it. That is all that there is to this story, and not much else. I can't think of any educational purpose to reading this book, but it is fun, so I would probably read it at the end of a crazy day, or just in my free time in the class.
  • (4/5)
    A great sequel to its previous book ,"I want my hat back" is great for early literacy.
  • (5/5)
    Jon Klassen's I Want My Hat Back is a wonderful minimalist story about a bear who has lost his hat and asks various animals in the forest if they have seen it. Klassen's illustrations give each animal a farcical deadpan expression, as though they were performing for the reader's enjoyment rather than existing in their own world. The premise itself is simple enough for parents to read with children who are old enough not to squirm away and has a rather dark joke at the end that will leave kids wondering why their parents are laughing.
  • (4/5)
    I smiled all the way through this book! Very funny, and cute illustrations too! Win!
  • (4/5)
    Jon Klassen is an excellent artist and story teller. This book is so simple, yet so full of story. The bear has lost his hat, so he asks a number of animals if they have seen it. None have. Suddenly he realizes that HE has seen it. Who had it and what will he do to them when he finds them?
  • (5/5)
    I love Jon Klassen's illustrations. They are funny and he does a great job of expressing emotion with very little. The story is very easy to read and I think most kids would find the book funny. I know my daughter did (as did I). Another highly recommended book for beginning readers.
  • (3/5)
    This book is very repetitive, and goes with a pattern. The bear is trying to find his hat. He looks for it by asking different animals where it is, and the rabbit claims he does not have it, but it is right on his head. The bear doesn't notice until he goes away. Then he goes back and takes his hat back from the rabbit, and then claims he doesn't know where the rabbit went.. This book is fantasy, because the animals can talk.
  • (5/5)
    A bear has lost his hat and he wants it back.

    I adore this book. It's lovely to see such wonderful use of illustrations as part of the story: the narrative just simply isn't complete unless the reader experiences both the words and the pictures. So many children's books have wonderful illustration of a story it's truly fantastic to find such an intriguing book where the illustrations really are the story. It also has a special place in my library as the first book I read my younger nephew (over skype shortly after it was published) and one of the first books he ever asked for by name. I will continue to enjoy reading "Hat Back" to him as long as he continues to ask for it to be read.

  • (5/5)
    I love this book. It has a simple yet deadpan humor that appeals to all ages. Another part of this book that I love is the artwork. The bear and other animals in the story always look the same unless feeling strong emotion (when the bear realizes where he saw his hat). This plays into the deadpan humor of the book. The main character repeats the phrase "Have you seen my hat" to many of the forest creatures. When he realizes that one of them has lied to him his eyes pop open and the background page turns a dark red. Young children will love this book as well as older readers. There is no central message behind this book except perhaps don't steal a bear's hat or he will eat you. All in all this book is wonderful and one that I would gladly read again and again.
  • (5/5)
    In this modern fantasy, a bear lost his pointy red hat. He is very politely going around the forest asking if anyone has seen his hat. Then he asks the rabbit if he had seen the hat, and the rabbit got super defensive and denied it. He very politely said okay, and kept looking. After being discouraged for not being able to find it, he realized that he had seen the hat! It was on rabbits head! He went and confronted rabbit, and may or may not have eaten him.
  • (4/5)
    At first glance, this is merely a very simple book with wonderful illustrations but its subtleness is captivating. The protagonist's politeness comes across as very deadpan and funny, reinforced by the stillness of the illustrations.It teaches children, in a humorous way, that people don't always tell the truth and can be dishonest. It tells them to listen to people with all their senses but not to leap to conclusions either.
  • (4/5)
    A cute story about a bear who has lost his hat. He searches the forest politely asking everyone if they have seen his hat. Suddenly he realizes that when he asked the rabbit about his hat, and the rabbit denied having seen it, the rabbit was wearing his hat! A great story to teach children about the importance of honesty.