The Walrus and the Carpenter #2020

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  • Title: The Walrus and the Carpenter
  • Author: Lewis Carroll
  • ISBN: 9781563977190
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Walrus and the Carpenter Lewis Carroll Boyds Mills Press publishes a wide range of high quality fiction and nonfiction picture books, chapter books, novels, and nonfiction
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    1. For the Celebrity Death Match Review Tournament, The Annotated Alice 6 versus 1984 22 Thank you for responding so quickly, Mr Walrus, was it Call me Wally And this is Carpy Pleased to meet you Wally Now Say, where s the O Brien geezer The one what talked to umpty Mr O Brien is no longer with us He had to be, um, liquidated Appens, dunnit Well, what can we do for you We have a problem with Wonderland spies They re infiltrating our organization Getting into the chess sets, everywhere We ve tried t [...]

    2. I like how Carroll expressed the inner conflict between showing empathy and altruism on one hand and remaining selfish on the other It s an allegory for what people do when they deliberately continue to hurt somebody despite feeling sad and guilty about it.

    3. In the story, the two characters, walrus and the carpenter, recruited the help of oysters to clean up the sand but in the end eaten all of them It s a poem that was recited in the story of Alice Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There when Alice encountered Tweedledum and Tweedledee The illustrator brought the poem alive with all the important details depicted in each of the pages From the first verse, Lewis Carroll uses many elements in poetry She personifies the sun, he did his ve [...]

    4. I love poetry and I want to try to incorporate poetry into my classroom Poetry is a great way for writers to express emotions and write from the soul I think it is important for students to learn how to write using imagery Imagery gives us a visual picture using words and it makes the writing so much interesting You can paint such a vivid picture when you use imagery The poem, The Walrus and the Carpenter, does a great job of using imagery to give the reader a visual representation of what is g [...]

    5. Another children s book I love From Alice Through the Looking Glass 1872The Walrus and the CarpenterWere walking close at hand They wept like anything to seeSuch quantities of sand If this were only cleared away, They said, it would be grand O Oysters, come and walk with us The Walrus did beseech A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk,Along the briny beach We cannot do with than four,To give a hand to each But four young Oysters hurried up,All eager for the treat Their coats were brushed, their faces [...]

    6. This is, of course, the classic Carroll poem of randomness, cabbages, kings, and murder Lots and lots of delicious murder The entire thing is jaunty and quick, and, if your kid is okay with the Walrus and Carpenter s perfidy in eating all those little clams, good for a child s storytime There s so, so many picture book versions out there to explore, so go and give them a little peruse until you find one you like Or you might simply go with the original illustrations Or even the Disney animated v [...]

    7. This book gives new illustrations to the classic poem by Lewis Carroll The specific section from Carroll s original _Alice_ text has been taken to give a brief look at the work for young viewers to enjoy The illustrations are quite entertaining and well done, but the oysters have extremely human faces and are dressed as humans It may be upsetting for a younger audience because of this.

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