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eBook Something Else download

by Chris Riddell,Kathryn Cave

eBook Something Else download ISBN: 1572555637
Author: Chris Riddell,Kathryn Cave
Publisher: Mondo Pub (April 5, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1114 kb
Fb2: 1324 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Chris Riddell was a student of Raymond Briggs at Brighton. He now works in a range of different areas of illustration, including political cartoons

Chris Riddell was a student of Raymond Briggs at Brighton. He now works in a range of different areas of illustration, including political cartoons. He has written and illustrated many children's books and has won the Kate Greenaway Medal twice and the Nestle Children's Book prize seven times.

Something Else is a children's picture book written by Kathryn Cave and illustrated by Chris Riddell

Something Else is a children's picture book written by Kathryn Cave and illustrated by Chris Riddell. Cave and Riddell were awarded the very first international UNESCO prize for Children's and Young People's Literature in the Service of Tolerance for Something Else. The book was later made into a TV comic series by TV Loonland since 2001. Something Else (the name of the protagonist and Something's best friend) is excluded from everything because he looks different

Something Else written by Kathryn Cave & Illustrated Chris Riddell has recently become one of my favourite children’s books. Something Else is a little blue and lonely creature, who finds fitting in a challenge because he is not like everyone else.

Something Else written by Kathryn Cave & Illustrated Chris Riddell has recently become one of my favourite children’s books. He try’s to talk like them, walk like them and play with them, but it was no good. Soon, Something Else meets a funny looking creature called Something, who he rejects for looking strange

Something Else (Paperback). Kathryn Cave (author), Chris Riddell (illustrator). Kathryn Cave's poignantly simple story is brought to life by Chris Riddell in this enchantingly original picture book - now reissued with a new cover look.

Something Else (Paperback). Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd ISBN: 9780141338675 Number of pages: 32 Weight: 166 g Dimensions: 286 x 216 x 3 mm. Kathryn Cave. Visit the Kathryn Cave author page. Writer, Illustrator, cartoonist, witty and wise chronicler of the modern world and Waterstones’ Children’s Laureate 2015-2017, the list of Chris Riddell’s professions is a catalogue of seemingly limitless talent.

Photograph) - Something Else, by Kathryn Cave, illustrated by Chris Riddell, tells the story of a little creature that tried to fit in with the other animals' ways but somehow always turned out to be different (Puffin Pounds . 9).

Kathryn Cave's poignantly simple story is brought to life by Chris Riddell in this enchantingly original picture book - now reissued with a new cover look.

Then Something turns up and wants to be friends Kathryn Cave's poignantly simple story is brought to life by Chris Riddell in this enchantingly original picture book - now reissued with a new cover look. Published: 04/08/2011. Dimensions: 286mm x 3mm x 216mm.

Political cartoonist, author (Goth Girl, Ottoline), illustrator  . r local librarian in Carlingford hunt down these books from other libraries across Ireland.

now with an eye-catching new cover look! Where would you find a perfumed bog filled with pink sticky hogs and exploding gas frogs? A place that's home to a wizard with only one spell, an ogre who cries a lot and a very sarcastic budgie? Welcome to Muddle Earth. A place where anything can happen – and usually does. Joe Jefferson, an ordinary schoolboy from ordinary earth, is about to find his life changed forever.

A little creature is ostracized depite his attempts to fit in, but his experiences enable him to be accepting of others' differences.
Comments: (7)
Early Waffle
I absolutely love reading this book to my niece. And she loves having it read to her. She especially likes the lunch squishing part, but the lesson is also fantastic. I highly recommend this to anyone trying to teach empathy and kindness to the kids in their lives.
Fhois
What a fun book to let children know that they are smart and special just as they are. They do not need to copy anyone else.
Qutalan
My Pre-K class and I love this book. We had it in hebrew and i was thrilled to find it in english on Amazon. We read it many times and it was a great springboard for discussions on emotions, inclusion and friendship. It is very cleverly written and a great read.
Conjulhala
Very good book to read to the bullied children
Kagalkree
Brilliant book about differences: how we perceive differences, how we are met by those who see us as different, and how blind we can be to how we ourselves treat those we see as different. Unfortunately, the spine of the book was torn when I received it; no plastic covering on the book when it was sent, just placed inside a non-padded envelope.
santa
This book is perfect for helping kids be receptive to difference.
Black_Hawk_Down
I read this book many times, when I was a child. I could get so lost in beautiful drawings and this one especially drew me in, though the drawings are very dark and depressing at times (I found that children are much more sensitive to these kind of things than grown-ups at times). [The story is about an animal that looks and behaves differently from all the other animals and is therefore looked down upon, until it meets an animal who also looks different from everybody else. At first the little 'Something Else' is very mean to the creature and wants it to go away. But then he realizes that this strange creature just needs a friend, like he himself does. I like that part a lot, because Something Else doesn't meet someone who looks like him and then they hang out with each other, but someone completely different, so he has to be open to the new and the unfamiliar and not to act like the ones who oppose him, because he is different.] The moral of the story is to learn to be welcoming to people who don't look like you, because they also need to be loved, like you do.
A little creature named Something Else is rejected and made to feel bad by everyone. I call that bullying. Everything changes when a creature similar to Something Else shows up on his doorstep. But instead of treating the Something with the kindness he was never shown - he promptly rejects him. When he realizes he has caused the same pain and sadness - he charges after his new friend to begin an amazing friendship. It ends with a cute surprise when something Weird shows up allowing both of them to embrace yet another different looking friend. As an elementary school counselor, I'm still learning how to fine tune this book with the students. I just started using it this past year and have been mostly using it to talk about differences. But we also bring up friendship and bullying. I love hearing kids' reactions to this book.