Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match / Marisol McDonald no combina

Marisol McDonald Doesn t Match Marisol McDonald no combina My name is Marisol McDonald and I don t match At least that s what everyone tells me Marisol McDonald has flaming red hair and nut brown skin Polka dots and stripes are her favorite combination She

  • Title: Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match / Marisol McDonald no combina
  • Author: Monica Brown Sara Palacios
  • ISBN: 9780892392353
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Hardcover
  • My name is Marisol McDonald, and I don t match At least, that s what everyone tells me Marisol McDonald has flaming red hair and nut brown skin Polka dots and stripes are her favorite combination She prefers peanut butter and jelly burritos in her lunch box And don t even think of asking her to choose one or the other activity at recess she ll just be a soccer play My name is Marisol McDonald, and I don t match At least, that s what everyone tells me Marisol McDonald has flaming red hair and nut brown skin Polka dots and stripes are her favorite combination She prefers peanut butter and jelly burritos in her lunch box And don t even think of asking her to choose one or the other activity at recess she ll just be a soccer playing pirate princess, thank you very much To Marisol McDonald, these seemingly mismatched things make perfect sense together Unfortunately, they don t always make sense to everyone else Other people wrinkle their nose in confusion at Marisol can t she just be one or the other Try as she might, in a world where everyone tries to put this biracial, Peruvian Scottish American girl into a box, Marisol McDonald doesn t match And that s just fine with her A mestiza Peruvian American of European, Jewish, and Amerindian heritage, renowned author Monica Brown wrote this lively story to bring her own experience of being mismatched to life Her buoyant prose is perfectly matched by Sara Palacios engaging acrylic illustrations.

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    1. This book is flippin' awesome for a bazillion reasons, but here are the best ones:1. Marisol McDonald is a little girl who unapologetically loves herself. Hooray for a book that celebrates a girl who LOVES HERSELF. YES x1000. 2. She's fabulous, biracial, speaks both English and Spanish, and celebrates both parts of her identity. Yay for a book I can proudly display in a multiracial library!!3. When her friends don't want to play with her, she makes fun by herself. Independence! 4. The story cele [...]

    2. This Pura Belpre' Honor Book would make an adorable addition to any primary library. In the story, everything from the Marisol McDonald's red hair and tan skin to her lunches of peanut butter and jelly burritos doesn't match. She feels pressure to "fit in" and "match" but realizes that she is perfect the way she is. This book is based off the multiracial life of author Monica Brown and her extended family.

    3. This is a realistic fiction book about Marisol McDonald, a biracial girl who doesn't mind acting or dressing differently than the other children. Everyone who knows Marisol tells her that she doesn’t match. Her cousin tells her that she doesn't look like him because she is brown, yet she has orange hair. Her brother tells her that her outfits never match. Her teacher tells her that her writing does not match because she mixes cursive with print. Even Marisol’s language does not match as she [...]

    4. Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match / Marisol McDonald no combinaby Monica BrownAwards: 2012 International Latino Book Award; Pura Belpré Honor, 2012Audience: Primary K-3; Ages 4-8 yearsGenre: Picture Book--Fiction; Bilingual; MulticulturalQuote:Then I see him. He has one floppy ear and one pointy ear, one blue eye and one brown eye. He is beautiful! I walk over and he leaps into my lap. I cuddle him and it sounds like he purrs.“I think we found just the right dog for you, Marisol.”My puppy is p [...]

    5. Marisol McDonald is a little, happy girl who doesn't like to match. Polka dots ans stripes, peanut butter and jelly burritos, and drawing with different media are some of her favorite combinations. As her brother, friends, and the school teacher keep telling her: "Marisol McDonald, this doesn't match!"(unpaged), she begins to wonder if she could actually match something! This thought nags in Marisol's head for a while, which makes her determine that "I, Marisol McDonald, will match" (unpaged). E [...]

    6. Audience: I think the audience for this book is primary elementary. Because of the observations that the students make about Marisol, I think that first and second graders would be the best audience for this book.Appeal: I think this book would appeal to first and second graders because they love mismatching things, like socks and ketchup with eggs. They are experimenters at this age, but also very observant and not afraid to tell you what they see or think that is different. I think they would [...]

    7. Marisol is different, everyone tells her. Marisol likes to wear polka dotted shirts and striped pants. Marisol has brown skin and red hair and freckles. Marisol likes to eat peanut butter and jelly on burritos. Marisol speaks Spanish and English. Marisol no combina; Marisol doesn’t match.I loved reading this book in Spanish to my bilingual children at school and seeing how many of them identify with Marisol. I identified with Marisol, too, growing up with a Catholic mom from a city in the Nort [...]

    8. Remembering: Describe what happened at school when Marisol was indoors and outside at recess?Understanding: Who do you think caused Marisol to choose to wear matching clothes and draw correctly colored pictures?Applying: Could this have happened here at school? Why or why not? Analyzing: If the teacher had not given Marisol the note, what may have happened? Evaluating: Justify why you should be who you are no matter what. Creating: Design a poster to show the importance of accepting one another [...]

    9. This bilingual picturebook was awarded the 2012 Pura Belpre Honor.It is written in both English and Spanish, and intended for children ages 5-8(P).Marisol McDonald is unique in every way. When she tries to change for her friends she quickly relizes that she is just fine the way she is.I gave this book four stars. Self-confidence and self-acceptance are the prominent themes. I love how the author celebrates Marisol's individuality. Although, she is much different than the other kids she is still [...]

    10. I love how Monica Brown presents Marisol McDonald as a character. It is a realistic fiction book that positively highlights being multiracial. It shows Marisol being proud of who she is and both her Peruvian and Scottish culture and her colorful personality. Her father speaks to her in English and the mother speaks to her in Spanish and I like the way Monica Brown presented it. The book is also written in Spanish on the neighboring page but when there is a Spanish word being said in the English [...]

    11. This book appeals to any gender, maybe more towards girls around the grades preschool to second. This book is bilingual so I think this would be great for ELL students, they could practice reading the english part but feel comfortable because there is spanish there. The story has a great message about being yourself and not letting anyone change who you are and the illustrations are unique because on each page there is a spanish article of some sort in each picture. I really enjoyed this book. I [...]

    12. This book was an honor book in 2012 for the Pura Belpre Award. It’s a great read for young girls ages five through eight (grades kindergarten through second grade). This is a cute story about a young girl named Marisol who is not like other girls her age. She wears mismatched clothes, plays weird games at recess, and eats different foods. This book is very appealing because of its colorful pictures and relatable story line. I would recommend this book to reluctant readers.

    13. Audience: English Teachers, Counselors, K-6th, Art Teachers, and Spanish Teachers.Appeal: This book is great for counselors with kids who may have mental instability and a great self-esteem story. Spanish teachers can use this to read to the students in Spanish or have the teachers practice their Spanish. Art teachers can use this as a way of expressing yourself through art and being unique. 2012 Pura Belpre Honor Book

    14. A multi-culti, salad bowl of a character you can't help but love. (Since the melting pot idea is pasee, I went with the salad bowl metaphor). A great Spanish bilingual book for schools and family reading. Think Junie B Jones or Clementine, or any of those spunky young girls. What is especially nice about this story is that she DOES second guess her individuality and tries conforming, only to realize she liked being herself best--in the end.

    15. This is a great book for all kids because it primarily focuses on being true to yourself, though biracial and bicultural children will of course benefit the most from it. Since the book is bilingual and I like to read both languages to my kids, I would prefer less text on each page to keep their attention.

    16. Audience: PreK-3Appeal:Just a cute, cute book! The girl in the story refuses to be what everyone expects and is also a great combination of her parents. Great pictures and sometimes it looks like part of a picture is made from cutting up book pages. The story is told in English and again in Spanish on facing pages. 2012 Pura Belpre Award Illustrator Honor book

    17. A little girl is told by everyone that she doesn't match. When one kid tells her "you couldn't match if you wanted to!" She sets out to prove him wrong, but doesn't find it much fun. Her teacher gives her a note at the the end of the day saying she is simply marvelous just the way she is. I rounded up because I love the ending- of course she names her new dog "Kitty."

    18. Bilingual Spanish/English book Bi-national (Peruvian American), biracial little girl discovers the beauty and acceptance of being "mismatched". Mixed media illustrations with several pieces of Spanish-language newspaper used in collage.

    19. Audience: k-3rd gradeAppeal: This is an amazing story to use in a classroom to let your student know it is ok to be different. The story had a great story line and an amazing ending.2012 Illustrator Honor Book Pura Belpre Award-Multicultural

    20. I love this book. Marisol just loves to be who she is and doesn't let anyone tell her any different. She is mixed race but the book doesn't come right out and say it. They have hints within the illustrations when they show their parents and the different items in the kitchen that says Perú. They also show it by having the book in Spanish and English. This is very realistic and has realistic content and characters. Overall the book is a great read for elementary aged children, also great for chi [...]

    21. "My name is Marisol McDonald, and I don't match. At least, that's what everyone tells me." Marisol McDonald is a multiracial young girl who is Peruvian-Scottish-American. Nothing about Marisol matches from they way she dresses to her favorite lunch of peanut butter and jelly burritos. In this book, a classmate tells Marisol that she "couldn't match if she wanted to!" Marisol tries to prove him wrong and in the process realizes that she likes her "mismatched" self better.This book is Pura Belpre [...]

    22. Marisol Doesn’t Match is a great book to read for students. The book is fiction and bilingual. The book offers a problem and solution. Marisol is a biracial kid, and she likes to do things differently such as dressing up, her hair color is different, and she even speaks Spanish, English, and sometimes both. Her friends tell her that she can never just be normal, so Marisol accepts the challenge and realizes she is not herself when she does not do the things she normally does. So Marisol return [...]

    23. Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match is a book written by Monica Brown, it is about a half Scottish have Peruvian girl who loves “mismatched” things. She has bright red hair, brown skin, loves to wear polka dots and stripes, having PB&J burritos for lunch, and being a complete fusion of everything. To Marisol, seemingly mismatched things are perfect together. Other people disagree with Marisol’s idea of being mismatched, they wonder why she cannot be just one, but she refuses to be put int [...]

    24. I loved this story! The genre of this book is realistic fiction. It is about a girl named Marisol McDonald, and it is told in both English and Spanish. Marisol McDonald is a Peruvian Scottish American girl. Everyone always tells her she doesn’t match. She has dark skin and her hair is the color of fire. She likes things that are different and that are mismatched like peanut butter and jelly burritos. One day after a friend tells her she couldn’t match if she wanted to, she does to school com [...]

    25. The title of the book is Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match. The author of this book is, Monica Brown. This book was illustrated by Sara Palacios. The book was published by, Publishers Group West in China, in 2011. This book is realistic fiction. A special feature in this book is the English and Spanish text on each page. This book has 32 pages. This hardback edition cost, $17.95. The ISBN is, 978-0-89239-235-3.Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match/Marisol McDonald No Combina takes place in modern time [...]

    26. Grade/Interest Level: Preschool/Primary/Upper Elementary (K-3rd grade) Reading Level: Lexile AD580LGenre: Realistic Fiction, Multicultural Main Characters: Marisol McDonald Setting: Unknown City. POV: MarisolSummary: This book is about a mismatched girl named, Marisol McDonald, who is half Peruvian and half European. Marisol's skin is the same olive color as her mother's but her hair is the color of carrots -like her father's. Whenever anyone tells her she doesn’t match she defends herself by [...]

    27. Brown, M. (2011). Marisol McDonald doesn't match. San Francisco: Children's Book Press.Picture BookThis book is about a “Peruvian-Scottish-American” girl who finds that her unique characteristics sometimes set her apart from her peers, making her “not match.” She likes to eat peanut butter and jelly burritos and has brown skin with red hair. She also speaks English and Spanish at home with her parents. The book embraces the theme of “not matching” and features English text on one pag [...]

    28. "Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match/ Marisol McDonald No Combina" is a bilingual picture book written about a young Peruvian-Scottish girl. I would definitely recommend this book because it embraces being multiracial and multicultural.How and by whom are perceptions of difference transformed and with what implications for future relations?Marisol has tan skin and fiery-red hair, she realizes that the way she looks can sometimes confuse people. Not everyone is accepting of how "mismatched" she is and [...]

    29. Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match / Marisol McDonald no combina, written by Monica Brown and illustrated by Sara Palacios, is a bilingual book about a young girl who isn’t afraid to be herself. The book celebrates her individuality and ethnic diversity, and would be a great addition to any classroom.After being taunted for her appearance and her eclectic way of playing, Marisol goes through a moment of doubt and concedes to wearing clothes that match and doing other “normal” activities. The [...]

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