Penelope Popper: Book Doctor #2020

Penelope Popper: Book Doctor Toni Buzzeo Jana Christy Penelope Popper Book Doctor Penelope who wants to be a doctor learns how to mend worn and mishandled books

  • Title: Penelope Popper: Book Doctor
  • Author: Toni Buzzeo Jana Christy
  • ISBN: 9781602130548
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Penelope Popper: Book Doctor Toni Buzzeo Jana Christy Penelope, who wants to be a doctor, learns how to mend worn and mishandled books.
    Penelope Popper: Book Doctor Toni Buzzeo Jana Christy

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    1. Penelope wanted to be a doctor and was always looking for opportunities to practice her doctoring skills Her friends were tired of having their heartbeats listened to, their blood pressure taken and their reflexes checked.One day she went to visit Ms Brisco, the school librarian Ms Brisco showed Penelope some books that were sick and needed the attention of a book doctor The librarian taught Penelope how to clean and repair the sick books so that children could read them again.One of the illustr [...]

    2. This is a sweet story about a little girl who wants to become a doctor, but is thwarted on her attempts to practice her craft The librarian at her school teaches her to become a book doctor and along the way, we learn about how to properly care for and repair books It s an engaging story, with colorful illustrations and is a great book to read aloud with a class at the library We really enjoyed reading this book together, especially since I want to become a book doctor someday, too I also liked [...]

    3. I have one complaint about this cute book both illustrations and concept It is way too wordy to use as a book lesson with children in either a school or library setting, and it is almost too long for an appropriate age child for whom the book topic would be geared towards, to read on their own I am unclear why Upstart would do this.

    4. Instead of being a people doctor Penelope learns how to become a book doctorIn all corners of the library, there are books that need care and Penelope immediately dedicates herself to learning how to mend them.

    5. Library Media Connection March April 2012 Penelope Popper wants to be a people doctor, but is not well received by her classmates when she attempts to practice her doctoring It is a kind librarian that helps her discover there are many types of doctors, including those that care for books The librarian teaches her how to repair dog eared pages, clean covers, and tape torn pages She becomes a hero by saving the classroom dictionary This book teaches respect and care for the objects around us and [...]

    6. Penelope Popper Book DoctorTony BuzzeoGrades 1 3This review and can be found on Get Kids to Read mrtierneyslibrary Penelope Popper Book Doctor by Tony Buzzeo is an excellent book for librarians in elementary schools looking for a book to begin the year with The story of Penelope learning to be a book doctor and take care of books walks through the 5 major rules of taking care of books This book is really good for teaching this lesson which is very important for librarians to teach in the elemen [...]

    7. Some children know what they want to do when they grow up and Penelope certainly does She wants to be a doctor but her friends grow tired of being examined.The librarian introduces Penelope to the career of book doctor and Penelope learns to be the best book doctor ever.A very fun way to remind children that there are rules to remember when reading books.

    8. Penelope wants to be a doctor Sadly, her classmates and teacher have other things to do rather than be her patient After visiting the patient librarian Ms Brisco, Penelope learns that there are many patients in the library that Ms Brisco needs help withe books The book would make a great library orientation lesson stressing the importance of book care for grades PreK 1st graders.

    9. Penelope Popper Book Doctor by Toni Buzzeo, Illustrations by Jana Christy Cute little book care lesson book for students in 2nd 3rd grade, special little book where a little girl who wants to be a doctor learns about being a book doctor I worry it might be a little long for some of my students presently, but I think I might share this after a holiday break as a book care refresher lesson.

    10. This is the sweetest, least preachy book care book I ve read I will totally be using it in my first week of classes next year I bet I ll have students lining up to be residents I already have a Book Hospital sign on my clerk s office.

    11. Our books go through a lot of wear and tear throughout the year Maybe Penelope s passion for book care can help our students to understand the importance of taking care of our treasures.

    12. A cute addition to the library skills genre I will use this with Ks and 1s next year during the first month of school.

    13. An excellent book to teach children about the proper handling of books and what has to be done to make repairs in them Love this

    14. As a librarian, I heartily endorse this book It may be a tad too wordy, but it was cute with a good message.

    15. Penelope wants to be a doctor and the librarian guides her to becoming a book doctor by repairing library books Good for lessons on book care.

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