Bob

Bob

Bob A rooster learns his sound s Inspired by a pep talk from a cat a rooster named Bob who s been spending his days merely clucking and never crowing flies the coop to find his true voice Along the way

  • Title: Bob
  • Author: Tracey Campbell Pearson
  • ISBN: 9780374399573
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A rooster learns his sound s Inspired by a pep talk from a cat, a rooster named Bob who s been spending his days merely clucking and never crowing flies the coop to find his true voice Along the way, he meets many animals who teach him their sounds but unfortunately not the one he s looking forAway from the farm all night long, Bob is greeted early in the morningA rooster learns his sound s Inspired by a pep talk from a cat, a rooster named Bob who s been spending his days merely clucking and never crowing flies the coop to find his true voice Along the way, he meets many animals who teach him their sounds but unfortunately not the one he s looking forAway from the farm all night long, Bob is greeted early in the morning by just the right noise It s dark by the time he gets back to the henhouse, and when a dangerous fox intrudes, Bob has an urgent reason to try his new crow before daybreak but cock a doodle do alone may not be enough to do the trick The tongue in cheek text and lively pictures will make this book a perfect story time selection.

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    I would have given this book more stars but clearly the author needs to learn more about poultry. Claiming that Bob is not a chicken - he is a rooster? Um, a rooster IS a chicken. He is just not a hen like the other chickens in the book. Other than that, the story was cute in all the different "languages" Bob learned before he found his voice as a rooster.

    Bob By: Tracey Campbell Pearson is a great story!! This story is about a rooster who clucks, meows, woofs and many other noises but his own. The main idea of this story is about a rooster finding his true voice. The rooster flies around the coop and meets many animals along his way who teaches them their sounds. For example, the rooster's first encounter is a cat. Henrietta does not teach him how to crow, but teaches him how to meow! The main character is the Rooster and other characters in the [...]

    Category/Genre: Picture book/Fiction/Animal sounds/ humorous storiesEstimate age level of interest: Pre-K-3rd gradeEstimated reading level: 1st-2ndBrief description: While looking for someone to teach him how to crow, Bob the rooster meets many animal friends and learns how to make their noises. This skill comes in handy when fox pays the coop a visit that night.Identify two characteristics and explain how they are used in this book:-Message is conveyed equally through two media (picture and tex [...]

    "Bob" tells a story of two friends, whom are the main characters, Bob the rooster and Henrietta the cat. The main idea of the story is to inform children of differences between animals by teaching the sounds they make. In other views, "Bob" show individualism in characters. The genre of this book, by Tracey Pearson, is comedy and humor, which grasp the attention and laughter of children by reading aloud the sounds of all animals together, "Meow-Woof-Ribbet-Moooo-Yum-Yum-Bugs!" I would use this b [...]

    I really did not enjoy reading this book. The subtext was that individuals have a certain role they are biologically destined to play, and all is chaos until they learn how to play that role. And those biological roles were very tied to gender. It gets two stars instead of one because my 2-year-old liked it.

    Summary: Bob the rooster doesn't know how to crow. So he visits other animals on the farm to ask for help. He finds a cat, a dog, some frogs, and some cows. They teach him how to make their own sounds. Bob heads to the woods to find someone to help him learn to crow. As the sun comes up, he meet Fred the rooster who teaches him how to crow. Back at the hen house, Bob heads off to sleep with the hens. Meanwhile, a fox sneaks onto the farm. Bob tries to scare it away with a loud crow but it doesn' [...]

    Bob the rooster clucks like a chicken, but Henrietta the cat points out that a rooster has to crow to wake the farm every morning. So Bob sets out to find another rooster to teach him how to crow. On the way, he learns to make a multitude of animal sounds that serve him well in the end. This is an engaging, amusing story with the repetition and feel of a folktale. It is, in fact, a variant of the Grimm's fairy tale "The Traveling Musicians of Bremen," in which several misfit animals band togethe [...]

    Title: BobAuthor: Tracey Campbell PearsonDate of Publication: 2002Genre: Fiction/Picture BookAnnotations: Bob the rooster doesn’t know how to crow. He takes a journey meeting other animals and the sounds they make until he comes by another rooster that teaches him how to crow. The pictures and layout of text in this book are really nice and easy to follow along with. This book is good for teaching children what roosters do and what sounds animals make. Discussion and Comprehension Questions fo [...]

    Poor Bob, he doesn't know how to cockle-doodle-doo and clucks like a hen instead! Cat encourages Bob to literally find his "calling" (bad, I knowLOL!), and he meets a variety of animals along the way to help him, only they are all teaching him the wrong sounds! Will Bob ever learn to cockle-doodle-doo? This is such a humorous book! It's a great choice for participation because the kids can practice their animal sounds. I read it for a chickens/roosters/chicks-themed program for bilingual story t [...]

    Bob is a story about a rooster who does not know how to crow. He sets off on an adventure to learn to crow and along the way meets some cows, chickens, dogs, cats and an owl. The best part is when he meets an owl. Eventually, after a long night he meets a rooster, Fred, that teaches Bob how to crow. Bob uses all of his newly learned skills to save the chickens and the cat from a fox who invades their barn at night. Bob is a cute and hilarious story of a rooster who finds his purpose at on the fa [...]

    Sweet, funny book about a rooster who doesn't know how to crow. He takes a journey and learns how to make all the sounds his friends make, and finally learns to crow in the end. His new skill is tested when a fox shows up, and he is able to crow but not able to finish off the fox without all the sounds he learned from his animal friends. Very sweet.

    I feel like I've read a book with this premise before, but this one is still very well done. A rooster doesn't know how to make the sounds he needs to make, and as he goes searching to learn how, he learns a lot of other animal sounds on his way. Reading the book with a young child is fun because of the repeated sounds as Bob learns more and more.

    Rooster learns confidence after adopting the languages of other animals; saves lives of other animals. Good illustrations, engaging for young kids. The best page in the book is when Bob wanders into a wooded area at night, hears "Who, Who, Who", and unwittingly answers "Bob, Bob, Bob" all night long in reply. Kids will love to discover that they get that joke! Booklegger, grades K-2.

    This is a funny story about a rooster who is learning to cockadoodledo and along the way learns a few other sounds. I plan to use this with kindergarteners to talk about the setting of the book - also because they already have some amount of schema for this book and we can easily build on to it further.

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    The book is about a rooster that doesn't know how to crow. Bob asks all the other animals teach him how to moo, bark, etc but not crow. Then Bob meets another rooster that teaches him how to crow and then Bob is able to crow and use all the other animal sounds he learned to scare away a fox from eating the chickens.

    Henrietta the cat points out to Bob the rooster that he is a rooster and not a hen. Henrietta also points out that Bob needs to learn to crow to wake the hens each morning. So Bob goes in search of a rooster to teach him to crow. He meets many animals along the way that teach him their unique calls.

    Bob was such a clever, funny book! The kids, especially my four year old nephew, were tickled to death by Bob's efforts to learn to crow. Bob's expressions are pricelss, and really, I think he's the funniest rooster since Foghorn Leghorn. This is an excellent, fun book, and I think it is a great choice for pre-school and kindergarten kids.

    This is a fantastic book about a rooster who wants to learn how to crow, so he travels far and wide and learns other animal sounds. Thankfully there are no "rude" words or pictures, and this book is a delight of storytimes everywhere from beginning to end.

    This book was a read-aloud selection for our Summer Reading Program. My boys and I thought it was hilarious. If we owned a copy, it would be one to pull out periodically to read. I liked the artwork. Bob is a handsome rooster! Kids ages 2-8.

    I thought this book would be great for sequencing. I also thought it would be great for making predictions because there was a clear pattern. It also has a great message, showing that what makes you different can also make you great.

    Delightful tale of a rooster named Bob who needs help learning to crow. The ending is a fun twist on The Bremen Town Musicians.

    This very fun book about a rooster learning to crow was delightful and perfect for young readers to learn about animal differences as well as how to be a good student!

    Great story that adds humor to the determination of the rooster that does not know how to cock a doodle doo.

    Bob the rooster is great fun! With all the animal noises, repetition, and fun art, it worked well in Storytime. Bob is such a multilinguist!

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