Once I Was...

Once I Was Once I was an alphabet now I am a book Once I couldn t feed myself now I love to cook Everyone and everything changes Something small becomes part of something big Once upon a time you were one way

  • Title: Once I Was...
  • Author: Niki Clark Leopold
  • ISBN: 9780399231056
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Once I was an alphabet, now I am a book.Once I couldn t feed myself, now I love to cook Everyone and everything changes Something small becomes part of something big Once upon a time you were one way, but you can bet that you ll be different when you re even just a little bit older Poet Niki Clark Leopold celebrates some of the amazing changes that happen to all of us aOnce I was an alphabet, now I am a book.Once I couldn t feed myself, now I love to cook Everyone and everything changes Something small becomes part of something big Once upon a time you were one way, but you can bet that you ll be different when you re even just a little bit older Poet Niki Clark Leopold celebrates some of the amazing changes that happen to all of us as we grow, and the bold and vivid artwork of Woodleigh Marx Hubbard gives our imaginations brightly colored inspiration.

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    One thought on “Once I Was...”

    1. I really enjoyed this book, it was simple and had big words that stood out that were easy to see. I think this book would be good for about kindergarten age range. This would be a great book to start out finding words to read and sound out. It also is a good book for comparison of different events like how they used to be one way and it changed into another so this could be an activity for 1st grade (read the book to the class and then have a writing prompt).

    2. This was sweet, with a bit of poetry that felt bittersweet to me - it hits the transitional notes of childhood pretty well. The art is nice - legible to kids, but symbolic enough to stand in for many, with a rustic made-at-camp sort of feel.

    3. A nifty rhyming book about growing and how things change from small to big: I used to be a pine cone, now I am a forest. Once I sang alone, now I am a chorus.

    4. A sensitively written children's book that is structured like a poem.Beautifully drawn images and simple, poignant text.I enjoy it time and time again when I read it aloud to my daughter

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