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Do Unto Otters: A Book About Manners

Do Unto Otters: A Book About Manners

Написано Laurie Keller

Озвучено Jack Sundrud, Rusty Young и David deVries


Do Unto Otters: A Book About Manners

Написано Laurie Keller

Озвучено Jack Sundrud, Rusty Young и David deVries

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4.5/5 (18 оценки)
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12 minutes
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Издано:
Jan 1, 2008
ISBN:
9780545521321
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When the Otters move in next door to Mr. Rabbit, he does not know how to act with them. This is the story that highlights how to be a good neighbor and friend - just simply follow the Golden Rule!
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Jan 1, 2008
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9780545521321
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Laurie Keller is the bestselling author-illustrator of many books for kids, including Do Unto Otters; Potato Pants!; The Scrambled States of America; the Geisel Award-winning We Are Growing!; and Arnie the Doughnut, as well as three books in the Adventures of Arnie the Doughnut chapter book series. Growing up in Michigan, Laurie always loved to draw, paint and write stories. She earned a B.F.A. at Kendall College of Art and Design, then worked at Hallmark Cards in Kansas City as a greeting card illustrator for seven years. One night, the idea for a children’s book popped into her head and after showing the story to several publishers in New York City, she quit her job and moved there. The following year, that story idea was a published book—The Scrambled States of America. Laurie loved living in NYC, but she returned to her home state, where she lives in the woods along the shores of Lake Michigan.

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  • (4/5)
    This book is all about manners. When the otters move in next to the rabbit they both fear the worse. They are scared that neither will be good neighbors. An owl tells the rabbit that he knows of an old saying, do unto otters as you would have otters do unto you. The rabbit thinks about that and then decides how he would want an otter do unto him. He comes up with all these manners and nice gestures that the otters should do to him.
  • (5/5)
    Wonderful illustrations and a great book to use to talk about manners and how we treat others.
  • (4/5)
    Mr. Rabbit worries that he will not get along with his new neighbors because they are otters. He soon learns that he should treat others the way he would like to be treated so that they can all get along.
  • (4/5)
    When a family of otters move in next door, Mr. Rabbit isn't sure what to think. Will they be friends? How should one treat otters? Then wise old Mr. Owl imparts an important piece of advice: Do unto otters as you would have them do unto you. As Mr. Rabbit lists all the ways he would like his otter neighbors to behave, the reader in turn learns how they should behave to otters (and others)...An amusing and effective exploration of The Golden Rule, Do Unto Otters: A Book About Manners offers an animal's-eye-view of issues of etiquette, and the proper way to behave toward others. The many little speech bubbles expand upon the main text in humorous and apropos ways, while the illustrations themselves capture the zany appeal of the cast of characters. Recommended to anyone looking for an appealing book about manners for the picture-book set.
  • (4/5)
    This is a really cute story that teaches children to use their manners. Kids will enjoy the delightful illustrations of the Otter family and Rabbit as they figure out how to be good neighbors. In the classroom, it would be fun to use this book to teach how to "play" with words, "Do unto otters and you would have otters do unto you!" Grades PreK-3.
  • (4/5)
    I give it 4 stars because of the EXCUSE ME illustrations...I'm just not into potty humor. Other than that, it was a delightful story to teach children about the importance of treating others how you would want to be treated.
  • (5/5)
    Wonderful fun!
  • (5/5)
    This informational book tells its readers how they should treat others around them by telling us a story about Rabbit and his new neighbors the Otters. This book explains the Golden Rule, "Do unto others as you would have others unto you." It describes all of the things that it takes to be a good friend and a good neighbor. It explains things like kindness, politeness, forgiveness, and etc. It puts it into a way that children will understand. I would use this book in my classroom at the beginning of the year when we were writing out our classroom rules. The Golden Rule is a great one for students to know, and it is important for them to learn it early on in life.
  • (5/5)
    First off the illustrations are incredibly adorable! my daughter loved to look along at all the pictures in this book. The story line was about a happy go lucky rabbit who returns home one day to find out he has new neighbors...and they are otters. The little hare has no ideas about otters and is unsure what type of neighbors they will be. Wise old owl comes along and teaches bunny the old adage "Do De Do Unto Otters as You Would have them Do De Do Unto You". Will the otters be friendly and honest? Will they cooperate and be forgiving of others? Most importantly will they help their neighbor untangle his ears now and then? A funny story line with a great moral message.
  • (5/5)
    I absolutely adored this modern fiction book. The story began with a family of otters moving next door to a family of bunnies. These bunnies were worried about how they would get along with The wise owl told the family of bunnies to treat the otters like they would want the otters to treat them. The book continues with the the bunny going through all the the different ways that they would like the otters to treat them. I would use this book to teach my first graders about manners.
  • (4/5)
    Funny and useful explanation of the golden rule and general manners and rules for getting along with folks. There were some good little puns in the book that I was able to explain to my 3.5yo who guffawed loudly. And a fart joke, always popular with the preschool set.
  • (5/5)
    A rabbit gets some new neighbors and wonders how they will get along. Upon getting the advice to "Do unto otters as you would have otters do to you", Mr. Rabbit talks about manners, and how he wants to be treated by others.
  • (3/5)
    The play on words in this book is pretty cute. I can see where it would be a good read-aloud book for the beginning of a school year.
  • (5/5)
    A fun book that introduces the basics of manners using the slightly varied Golden Rule: "Do unto otters as you would have otters do unto you." The attention to detail and design of the book are part of what makes this so funny - the book jacket and CIP page begin the fun before the book even officially opens. Healthy doses of dry humor and plain old silliness keep this message book from being preachy or boring. While not a good choice for a large storytime due to the many asides, this would be an excellent choice for sharing with a very small group of children, for one-on-one reading fun, or for the independent reader.
  • (5/5)
    Love this book!! This book talks about manners and in doing so also covers how to be a friend. I used this book as part of a "How to be a friend" lesson and it covered everything from kindness to being considerate. The illustrations will keep your students' attention. I recommend this book for any classroom library.
  • (4/5)
    I love reading this book on the first or second day of school. It is a fun way to teach young students about character education and manners.
  • (4/5)
    Funny and useful explanation of the golden rule and general manners and rules for getting along with folks. There were some good little puns in the book that I was able to explain to my 3.5yo who guffawed loudly. And a fart joke, always popular with the preschool set.
  • (5/5)
    Kids will find this story silly as the underline message of treating people the way you want to be treated is shared. The layout of text and variation in it's style, size and color draws the reader to words that emphasize how to treat others. The illustrations are cartoonish and the characters are expressive. Mr. Rabbit is nervous because his new neighbors are otters and he isn't sure how to treat them. An owl tells them about the golden rule. I agree that Keller does a great job of highlighting, "how to be a good friend and neighbor" and I highly recommend this as a read aloud to primary grade children.Age Appropriateness: Kindergarten- 3rd gradeKeller, L. (2007). Do unto otters. New York: Henry Holt and Company, LLC.
  • (2/5)
    2 1/2 stars. Cute, book of manners. Cartoony creatures with huge eyes describe how they would like to be treated by a new neighbor guided by a wise old owl. Illustrations contain minute details that would be lost in a group setting. Alot of dialog going on-might be good for a reader's theater though.Good message for children and sense of humor will help to dispense the message. Lots of "play on words" that older readers would appreciate, not so much a kdg though. Better for reading alone or one on one. Nicely tied up at the end.
  • (4/5)
    I loved the illustrations - so packed with details and cute, cartoony, exaggerated animal faces. The author has a unique facility with language and punnage! And it's all wrapped up in a lesson about the golden rule and manners - really wonderful. Since some of the text is non-linear, however, I don't think it'd make a great read aloud for storytimes, unless you skipped some of the extraneous stuff. Also, the illustrations are small and detaily, making it hard to share with a large group.