Wake Up Big Barn [Download Summary] Author Suzanne Tanner Chitwood

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A gorgeous first picture book which demands to be read aloud by an exciting new authorillustrator about a rowdy and rollicking farmSuzanne Chitwood's show stopping eye popping art style. These big bright torn paper collage illustrations work very well in a library story time setting The brief text per page is another plus Our theme was OWLS so I told the children to let me know when we came to the page with an owl it was the next to the last page This was our first story for a number of reasons the first being that little children LOVE making animal sounds and this book provides an opportunity for this on every page The line up includesa roosterpigsdonkeys they always say they re horses and then you give cluescalvesa peacockhorsesfrogsa crowa tractora gooseand at last an owlSince the text is so spare have some fun chatting with the children about the animals briefly

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Wake Up Big Barn

Be bop frogs and groovy owl appear to emerge from the pages of the book And her musical text features onomatopoeic sounds and funky rhythms that make this book perfect for reading aloud. A very simply worded farm book with stunning collage work art Great for toddlersbabies

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Is bound to be the buzz of the season Drawn in a classical style and painted in papers and other materials from top secret sources Suzanne's mud bathing piggies wiggling weather vanes. I m torn about this book On one hand I really loved the illustrations They were original and had intriguing details and pleasant colors However the book felt disjointed There wasn t a plot line not totally necessary in a children s book but the pictures also werent unified by any sort of repetition or theme It was almost like the illustrator made all of these barn pictures and then gave them captions and that was itMy daughter still enjoyed it though which is the important thing She s looking at it and making horsey noises as we speak


10 thoughts on “Wake Up Big Barn

  1. says:

    A simple and baby up book about waking up a farm and then going through some adventures of the day simple text and collage pictures

  2. says:

    These big bright torn paper collage illustrations work very well in a library story time setting The brief text per page is another plus Our theme was OWLS so I told the children to let me know when we came to the page with an owl it was the

  3. says:

    I like the large size of the pictures and the words but the collages themselves are hard to make out The two page spread of pigs is the worst YOu really have to stare at those pink and brown blobs before your brain can make sense of all those paper bits and make out the pig I think the medium defeats the point of such lar

  4. says:

    I'm torn about this book On one hand I really loved the illustrations They were original and had intriguing details and pleasant colors However the book felt disjointed There wasn't a plot line not totally necessary in a children's book but the pictures also werent unified by any sort of repetition or theme It

  5. says:

    I just found this on one of the book carts The text is limited very simple and not great But the illustrations a

  6. says:

    Wonderful read aloud with illustrations made from torn and cut magazine scraps and colored paper pieces Enjoyable animal sounds too

  7. says:

    This book could have a 5 star if the text wasn't so simple The illustrations are awesome

  8. says:

    A very simply worded farm book with stunning collage work art Great for toddlersbabies

  9. says:

    Traits of farm life is told in short simple sentences Great for word knowledge Words match the illustrations

  10. says:

    Love the torn paper illustrations