Nobody Here but Me #2020

Nobody Here but Me Judith Viorst Christine Davenier Nobody Here but Me It s a little after four o clock and everyone s busy Mom s on the phone Dad s checking e mail and Katie s playing games with a friend But there s one other person in the house and no matter what h

  • Title: Nobody Here but Me
  • Author: Judith Viorst Christine Davenier
  • ISBN: 9780374355401
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Nobody Here but Me Judith Viorst Christine Davenier It s a little after four o clock, and everyone s busy Mom s on the phone, Dad s checking e mail, and Katie s playing games with a friend But there s one other person in the house, and no matter what he does from painting a blue heart on the wall to turning the kitchen into a catastrophe that s a really big mess none of his distracted family members come to stop himIt s a little after four o clock, and everyone s busy Mom s on the phone, Dad s checking e mail, and Katie s playing games with a friend But there s one other person in the house, and no matter what he does from painting a blue heart on the wall to turning the kitchen into a catastrophe that s a really big mess none of his distracted family members come to stop him What does a person have to do to get noticed around here This laugh out loud story by best selling author Judith Viorst, accompanied by Christine Davenier s charming illustrations, perfectly captures how lonely it can feel even when the house is full of people and just what it takes to get some attention.
    Nobody Here but Me Judith Viorst Christine Davenier

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    1. Well, I m a tad confounded about who are the best readers listeners for this story It s definitely NOT for truly neglected or abused children The best audience for this book, I think, is children from families who occasionally get lost in the shuffle and only children who are sometimes lonely and assume the grass is greener on the other side And kids in general who are in generally good home situations.If it weren t for the last page that does show some true affection between these family member [...]

    2. Hum I m not quite sure what to make of this I think Viorst captures very well the emotions children and adults sometimes have when they feel neglected by those around them Sometimes we want attention and everyone else is so busy Sometimes it feels like, even if you are in a house with a bunch of other people, there s nobody here but me Children might act out their feeling by misbehaving, doing things that they would not be allowed to do if people were paying attention to them That s what happens [...]

    3. Every child gets the nobody s paying any attention to me feeling once in awhile and this is a good story that depicts what happens when one little boy is feeling these emotions I am an only child and on than one occasion, I hid and just waited until one of my parents got around to finding me Although I was fairly content and able to amuse myself as a child, the occasional feelings of loneliness and boredom came rushing back as we read this book The narrative is short and entertaining and the di [...]

    4. A frank point of view of a child who is ignored by both of his parents busy on the phone and computer and his sister busy with a friend The childter doing some fairly destructive activities in hopes of getting attention resorts to playing hide and seek in the basement in hopes that he will be missed and they will come find himd they never do Poor kid He eventually just changes into his night clothes and goes to bed early Then his family comes inady now to pay attention to him and it is all suppo [...]

    5. dang, i love viorst but there were times during reading this to the girls that i almost stopped the book this poor kidbody pays him any attention until he goes into his room and hide in bed like he s dead his attempts to get attention range from painting on the way to cutting his hair and jeans hello do we really need to teach our children how to self mutilate and feign illness for attention boo, judith, boo.

    6. Ah, the lonliness of the youngest child a good book about real feelings with a real ending that a child feeling ignored or lonely will appreciate.

    7. Everyone is too busy to play with the little boy in the book.er is on the phone, dad is looking at emails, and big sister is playing with a friend So the boy needs to find other things to keep himself busy All the while he is lamenting that it feels like there is nobody here but me Although I enjoyed the book, I did find it a little sad that everyone kept brushing off the little boy And that he found ways to keep himself busy that weren t exactly constructiveme downright naughty I wonder what ki [...]

    8. A little boy is feeling neglected when he tries to get attention from his family and fails His mom is on the phone, his dad is answering emails and his sister has a friend over The boy tries several things to get attention such as painting walls, making messes, cutting his own hair and clothing He tries several times to ask his family to spend time with him, but they are busy each time The boy hides, but no one comes looking for him He decides to teach his family a lesson He gets ready for bed a [...]

    9. Terrible I wish I would have read through before checking it out of the library and reading it to my kids I cringed all the way through Teaches children to act out negatively when they want attention instead of showing how to be constructive with time and solve problems in a healthy way.

    10. A little boy needs attention, Mom is on the phone, Dad is checking his email, and Big Sister is playing with a friend He entertains himself, and in the end, well, I ll let you read it Nice picture book for elementary kids.

    11. Mom s on the phone, Dad s using computer, and sister s playing with her friend The little boy is all alone and he can do anything his little heart desires

    12. When everyone else is on the phone, writing email, or playing with other friends, this little boy feels like there s nobody there but him.

    13. Love Christine Davenier s colour And her depiction of the Sister Katie is even better than the depiction of the main character Davenier is particularly good at the vignette form

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