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Ebook Ä The Red Bicycle 32 pages ´ ❮PDF / Epub❯ ★ The Red Bicycle Author Jude Isabella – Dcmdirect.co.uk In this uniue nonfiction picture book the main character is a bicycle that starts its life like so many bicycles in North America being owned and ridden by a young boy The boy Leo treasures his bicycl In this uniue nIn uicker access to her family's sorghum field and to the market Then over time it finds its way to a young woman named Haridata who has a new purpose for the bicycle renamed Le Grand Rouge delivering medications and bringing sick people to the hospital This book makes an excellent choice for cultural studies classes author Jude Isabella has provided several terrific suggestions in the back of the book for projects large and small while a map shows the distance the bicycle traveled across the Atlantic Ocean Award winning illustrator Simon The illustrations are excellent The Red Bicycle The Extraordinary Story of One Ordinary Bicycle will help kids realize the impact their own donations and actions can have on the lives of others even people far away and might inspire kids to use their own bicycles often or to donate their old bikes Note I received a digital review copy of this book through NetGalley

The Red BicycleIn uicker access to her family's sorghum field and to the market Then over time it finds its way to a young woman named Haridata who has a new purpose for the bicycle renamed Le Grand Rouge delivering medications and bringing sick people to the hospital This book makes an excellent choice for cultural studies classes author Jude Isabella has provided several terrific suggestions in the back of the book for projects large and small while a map shows the distance the bicycle traveled across the Atlantic Ocean Award winning illustrator Simon The illustrations are excellent The Red Bicycle The Extraordinary Story of One Ordinary Bicycle will help kids realize the impact their own donations and actions can have on the lives of others even people far away and might inspire kids to use their own bicycles often or to donate their old bikes Note I received a digital review copy of this book through NetGalley

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The Red Bicycle ´ In this uniue nonfiction picture book the main character is a bicycle that starts its life like so many bicycles in North America being owned and ridden by a young boy The boy Leo treasures his bicycle so much he gives it a name Big Red But eventually Leo outgrows Big Red and this is where the bicycle's story takes a turn from the everyday because Leo decides to donate it to an organization The Red PDFEPUB or that ships bicycles to Africa Big Red is sent to Burkina Faso in West Africa where it finds a home with Alisetta who uses it to ga I received a free ebook copy of this book by the book's publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis book is not published until March 2015 so my full review will not be posted until February 2015 However this is a children's book that you should really read as soon as possible I thoroughly enjoyed reading it Reader ↠ The Red Bicycle ↠ Jude Isabella

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Jude Isabella ↠ The Red Bicycle Mobi E Shin's digitally composed artwork includes evocative depictions of Alisetta's and Haridata's communities in rural Africa creating vivid comparisons between Leo's life and their lives Youngsters will learn how different the world is for those who rely on bicycles as a mode of transportation and how one ordinary bicycle and a child's desire to make a difference can change lives across the world This book also offers an excellent opportunity for expanding character education lessons on caring compassion and empathy to include the wider wor Isabella J 2015 The Red Bicycle S Shin Toronto Kids Can PressRecommended grade level 1 3Format Diverse Text SetThemes Helping others world wide diversity caring loveMajor Awards 2017 Crown Award Triple Crown Children's Book Awards Short listed2016 Outstanding International Book USBBY Winner2016 Christie Harris Illustrated Children's Literature Prize BC Book Prizes Short listed2016 20162017 Children's Choice Book Award Hackmatack Long listed2016 CCBC Choices List Cooperative Children's Book Center Winner2015 Best Books for Kids Teens Canadian Children's Book Centre Winner2015 Best Bets Junior Non Fiction Ontario Library Association WinnerSummary In the book titled The Red Bicycle the author presents the main character as a bicycle that starts its life pretty similar to most bikes that are present in North America The bike first started out being ridden by a young boy named Leo and he named his bike Big Red Leo decided to donate his bike when he was done with it and the donation place shipped the bike to Africa The bike was continuously donated and used for multiple purposes This book shows the importance of donation and how different cultures can benefit from one simple and kind act Personal Response After reading this book I was filled with joy that one small donation can change the world because you never know where your donation is going to end up This book is an excellent choice for talking about various cultures and places across the globe In the back of the book there is a map that shows the distance that the bike traveled across the Atlantic ocean and I find that very interesting and a neat point that a teacher could bring up to the students in class Illustrations The illustrations in The Red Bicycle are composed of artwork that is created digitally The digital artwork was full of color and portrayed culture very well There were depictions of Alisetta's and Haridata's communities in rural Africa The illustrations created important comparisons between Leo's life and the lives of individuals who were across seas Students will be able to learn how different the world is for those who rely on bicycles as a mode of transportationReader ResponseClassroom ConnectionsThe overarching message of The Red Bicycle is how one ordinary object and a child's desire to make a difference can change lives across the world Students can really be inspired by this book to be willing to care for others that they do not even see or know I rated this book four stars because the author could have incorporated a little background information on the communities where the bike traveled to and also I feel like this book would be for higher grade levels Art The students could bring in recycled or junk materials that they may have wanted to throw away and create a piece of art that represents a bike Then they can see how all materials can be used in some way before they are disposed of Mathematics The student could measure the circumference of the bike tires and also figure out the coordinates to how a bike is made to construct their own bike Language Arts Compare and contrast how different cultures may use items like a bike a cup and various other materials compared to oneself Science The students could talk about the temperature difference in different cultures or how people may live and adapt to different places across the globe History The students could look at how bikes were used throughout history and see how they compare to present day use