Noisy Nora (Scholastic Cassettes) #2020

Noisy Nora (Scholastic Cassettes) Rosemary Wells Noisy Nora Scholastic Cassettes A favorite for generations Noisy Nora is the hilarious portrayal of what it is to be a middle child

  • Title: Noisy Nora (Scholastic Cassettes)
  • Author: Rosemary Wells
  • ISBN: 059060869
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Audio Cassette
  • Noisy Nora (Scholastic Cassettes) Rosemary Wells A favorite for generations, Noisy Nora is the hilarious portrayal of what it is to be a middle child.
    Noisy Nora (Scholastic Cassettes) Rosemary Wells

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    1. First of all, I absolutely did not like the word dumb as part of this story We do not speak this way in our household I was aghast when I came upon the word.This book was about a middle child who wanted a little bit of attention She exhibited acts that could easily be described in association with a temper tantrum Unfortunately, the parents of this child neglected her until she went missing I definitely could have given a lower score than the one I gave, however, I elected to bump my rating up W [...]

    2. I sometimes read often announce my departure with the words I m leaving shouted Nora, And I m never coming back Usually there s no response but sometimes I get a bye or a who s Nora

    3. Rosemary Well s book, Noisy Nora, is the story of a young mouse s struggle to get attention from her parents in her home.The main character, Nora, feels that she does not get enough attention from her parents because they are too busy with her siblings She tries to get their attention by being mischievous and making loud, noisy disruptions Nora realizes that this is not working, as her parents continually tell her to be quiet She became so fed up that she decided to leave and not come back When [...]

    4. My sister reads this book better than anyone I know I find myself quoting it many times Too many people are not familiar with the book They are missing out I was quite excited to meet the author and have her sign copies one for each family member who had kids I hope they continue the Nora legacy 3 2 10 3 4 10 Using an ever loved favorite for storytime WITH all my aka my sister s sound effects FANTASTIC Both groups loved it And I learned by the Thursday group to slow it down a lot While I lost so [...]

    5. 1 I did like this book because is a book of a family It is a great book for children that need help understanding the different needs every child needs in a family The book itself is an unique small book with a soft cover The illustrations are nice and delicate with soft colors 2 Children would respond with curiosity just by looking at the the cover with Noisy Nora While reading this book, I will stop and explain that parents are full of love for everybody in the family Since Noisy Nora has to b [...]

    6. Nora has nothing to do but make a ruckus as she waits for her mother to feed the baby and her father to play chess with her sister On and on it goes for poor Nora, but nothing gets anyone s attention in this rhyming story until Nora says she s running away The illustrations are busy and fun, with Wells characteristic roly poly rabbits, and so full of humor that s it not hard to sympathize with Nora for flying a kite down the stairs, slamming the doors, and ultimately emerging from the broom clos [...]

    7. This was one we had at my house when I was a kid thanks Mom and Dad We checked it out at the library recently and I remembered how much I love it It does contain a running away reference, but she actually hides in the closet rather than running away I love how it so accurately describes the life of a middle child.

    8. A favorite in our household, and one we can still recite from memory, decades after we read it to our kids Rosemary Wells has a firm but gentle grasp of family dynamics The illustrations in the 1973 edition we have don t overwhelm the story This was our favorite Wells creation, followed by Timothy Goes to School and Hazel s Amazing Mother.

    9. This book is on our 1st grade reading list and I should have previewed it better Over and over in the book, Nora s sister says, Nora, why are you so dumb I hate that word and regretted my son had read it so many times without me.

    10. Captures perfectly the crushing agony of being the middle sibling and explores the jarring shifts that can occur in the family dynamic when the invisibled child takes matters into her own hands If I could give it than five stars, I would.

    11. It must be 20 years since I read this book, but I still have it memorized from rereading it so many times to my little sister I think she empathized with Nora.

    12. I was excited to read this book, as our local library has it on a list of 100 books to read with children I do like the rhyming verses, but there were some things I couldn t get past and found a bit troubling I find myself avoiding it in the library bin, even, so that s saying something First, a main part of the repeated verse in the book has Nora s sister asking why are you so dumb I don t like this at all, and secretly change the word to something acceptable when I read it aloud with my kids [...]

    13. With her parents busy caring for her older sister and baby brother, Nora makes as loud a ruckus as she can to get their attention.This is a delightfully sly rhyme is drolly illustrated by the author It s one of my all time favorites.

    14. Like other reviewers, I don t like the sister s mantra why are you so dumb There s no working through that either, it is just said over and over The book teaches mean language and inappropriate ways to handle feelings.

    15. Nora is not getting any attention in her household so she makes a lot of noise to be seen Toddler and up

    16. The spoiled child is upset because their mom i spending to much time with the younger sibling so she runs away the theme is good but i wish i knew about nora.

    17. I really enjoyed this book Noisy Nora is a great book to teach children the meaning of being patient A great activity for this story would be tell the children to write down different activities Nora could have done while waiting for her parents.

    18. I absolutely enjoyed the message behind this story The little mouse Nora was having a hard time waiting for her parents, and she is noisy to get attention This is thee perfect book to show children what it is to be patient in life It can open the door to show them that sometimes we may have to wait on things in life without getting upset or frustrated The illustrations were so cute and you will have the students asking where did Nora go

    19. Rereading this book after many years, I found it rather sad The rhymes are kinda cute, and I love the illustrations, but can t the poor kid get a break

    20. Noisy Nora was about a young mouse named, Nora, who hated to wait so she felt that she needed to do anything and everything to win the attention of her family She would make as much ruckus as possible just so that her parents can pay attention to her Maybe you have a student like Nora who feels left out sometimes or hates waiting as well, so in order to get that desired attention they act out This would be a good book to read to that impatient child The only thing I would change about the book i [...]

    21. Personal reaction I did not like this book really at all I didn t like the plot of the story, as I felt it wasn t engaging or interesting and I had to read it twice for it to make sense I also really did not like that it kept using the phrase why are you so dumb This is not a book I would choose for my students to read.Use in the classroom 1 Read aloud for curricular connection This book is too simple for a read aloud It would not be a good choice for a read aloud.2 Independent reading Like I sa [...]

    22. Noisy Nora is a short and cute story about a young mouse who wants attention from her family Her parents are always busy doing something for her siblings and never have time to play with her or do what she wants She tries to get attention by making noise and causing a commotion in the house Finally, after she tried just about everything, she decides to run away and see if her family notices Since the house is finally quiet, her family notices right away and begins to search for her Nora comes ou [...]

    23. Poor Nora, everyone ignores her Her parents are always doing something with her other brothers and sisters Nora wanted attention, and everyone tells her that she has to wait Nora does not want to wait To get attention, Nora pretends to run away from home.The illustrations for this edition of Noisy Nora have been completely redrawn from its original printing over 30 years ago The illustrations are absolutely adorable The mice are very friendly looking and colorful The words go perfectly with the [...]

    24. Rosemary Wells s book Yoko has long been one of my favorite picture books, and my almost two year old loves it, too Therefore I had high expectations for Noisy Nora We were even excited about it because the main character, Nora, shares my daughter s first name.We enjoyed the whimsical illustrations, but the story was disappointing Although I appreciate the easy cadence of the rhyme, the story falls flat It s about a young mouse who, when her parents are always busy tending her older and younger [...]

    25. Via If You Give A Mouse A Cookie, You re Fucked 10 Tips For Avoiding Terrible Children s BooksFull list of recommendations from that article Don t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus, by Mo WillemsOne Witch, by Laura LeuckThe Gruffalo, by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler The Olivia books by Ian Falconer The Llama Llama books by Anna DewdneyIggy Peck Architect, by Andrea Beaty and David RobertsThe Paper Princess, by Elisa Kleven The Amazing Machines series by Ant Parker and Tony MittonNoisy Nora, by R [...]

    26. Pens que este libro fue muy lindo Nora realmente ense a todos una lecci n Nora me recuerda mucho a otro conejo travieso que Wells ha escrito Cuando sus padres y hermanos no prestan atenci n a ella, Nora decide tomar las cosas en su propia pata Now for the English version I guess when I read the Spanish version, I must have overlooked something because this book is far from 3 stars I won t change it now, but I will add an update in this review 2 5 Why Simply for the fact that Nora is annoying May [...]

    27. Noisy Nora was a fun book about a little mouse who could not wait patiently This book could be used to teach a lesson on waiting and the importance of being patient However, the book does not offer a solution other than Nora running away I would have like for the solution in this book to show children that good things are worth waiting patiently for Perhaps giving the children ways that can help them wait patiently would be a good tie in to this book This book could work for a small group in K r [...]

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