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When I still worked at the Circulation Desk of my library checking out items for patrons, there was a grandmother who regularly visited with her preschool aged grandson This book, along with a CD of kiddie Christmas tunes, were the only two things the boy would check out Out of the thousands of things in our library, this was all he wanted Every time Poor grandma Really, this book was a disappointment to me The cover would make one think this is the adventure of a smiling pancake, which w When I still worked at the Circulation Desk of my library checking out items for patrons, there was a grandmother who regularly visited with her preschool aged grandson This book, along with a CD of kiddie Christmas tunes, were the only two things the boy would check out Out of the thousands of things in our library, this was all he wanted Every time Poor grandma Really, this book was a disappointment to me The cover would make one think this is the adventure of a smiling pancake, which would be an awesome story Instead, it s the vaguely medieval tale of a boy who goes through a ridiculous amount of steps to make a single pancake You ll be thankful for Bisquick after reading this one So really, the best thing about this was the cover We read and shared this during our final week because of a pancake breakfast we enjoyed in my class Eric Carle is an author all are familiar with, but in my grade level, students begin moving away from his books However, when eating pancakes, it s always fun to also read about pancakes In terms of books about pancakes, this is my 2 all time favorite book, and hey, that has to stand for something Pancakes, Pancakes is a book written by Eric Carle that allows children to think about not only how their favourite food items and meals come together to create the finished product that they enjoy on the dining table, but where these raw ingredients come from themselves The story, which features large and colourful illustrations, follows Jack as he goes about collecting the items needed to make pancakes before carrying out the recipe with his mother.The story builds nicely from Jack s initi Pancakes, Pancakes is a book written by Eric Carle that allows children to think about not only how their favourite food items and meals come together to create the finished product that they enjoy on the dining table, but where these raw ingredients come from themselves The story, which features large and colourful illustrations, follows Jack as he goes about collecting the items needed to make pancakes before carrying out the recipe with his mother.The story builds nicely from Jack s initial desire for a big pancake and sees him obtain wheat, visit the miller, milk a cow, visit a hen to obtain an egg and ultimately ends in him proudly proclaiming Oh, Mama, I now know what to do once mother and son have made the pancake together.The pages consist of bright depictions of agricultural life using collage style visuals the text provided is usually in two paragraphs and uses simple language featuring easy to read phonics Best use of this book may be to first read the book to a child ages 3 5 , letting them take in the pictures and listen to the story, and then after that has been done allow the young learner to attempt the words for themselves as part of their learning to decode text Summary This book is about a young little boy who makes many pancakes with his mom, and is talks about all of the materials that are needed in order to make pancakes During this story, readers get the chance to see all of the ingredients that are used with pancakes along with go on the journey of finding them with the boy and his mother.Evaluation I gave this book a 4 I think the pictures are very bright and engaging, and gives an opportunity for readers to make many connections between brea Summary This book is about a young little boy who makes many pancakes with his mom, and is talks about all of the materials that are needed in order to make pancakes During this story, readers get the chance to see all of the ingredients that are used with pancakes along with go on the journey of finding them with the boy and his mother.Evaluation I gave this book a 4 I think the pictures are very bright and engaging, and gives an opportunity for readers to make many connections between breakfast at their home, and similarities that happen in their families too.Teaching Point I think this book would be very good for kindergarten or first grade I think since the pictures are so detailed, it could be used as a beginning, middle, and end lesson Students would be given a graphic organizer so that they can draw pictures of the BME, and they can also label the pictures and write brief sentences explaining what is going on in the story A very cute book and very educational, too. Here is a story about a boy who wants pancakes for breakfast It goes into detail how much is involved in getting pankcakes on the breakfast table, starting with the cutting of the wheat and the grounding it up to flour Plus all the steps to get all the ingredients for pancakes and then to make them. First sentence Kee ke ri kee crowed the rooster Jack woke up, looked out the window and thought, I d like to have a big pancake for breakfast Premise plot Jack wants a pancake a BIG pancake His mom tells him he ll have to help her if he wants a pancake This help will include cutting wheat, taking it to the miller in town, having it ground into flour, gathering an egg from a hen, milking a cow, churning butter, and getting a jar of jam from the cellar Some of these tasks take time a goo First sentence Kee ke ri kee crowed the rooster Jack woke up, looked out the window and thought, I d like to have a big pancake for breakfast Premise plot Jack wants a pancake a BIG pancake His mom tells him he ll have to help her if he wants a pancake This help will include cutting wheat, taking it to the miller in town, having it ground into flour, gathering an egg from a hen, milking a cow, churning butter, and getting a jar of jam from the cellar Some of these tasks take time a good deal of time and effort Will Jack enjoy the pancakesfor all the work he invested in it My thoughts I like this one I like the textthan the illustrations The book is a very old fashioned look at how we get our food Flour, eggs, and milk don t come from the store Pancakes don t come from a mix or restaurant Text 4 out of 5Illustrations 3 out of 5Total 7 out of 10 &Book ⇻ Pancakes, Pancakes! ☚ The barnyard rooster crows to tell Jack it s time to get up It s very early in the morning and Jack is so hungry that what he really wants is a large pancake for breakfast But first, Jack s mother needs flour from the mill, an egg from the black he, milk from the spotted cow, and butter churned from fresh cream Will it ever be time for breakfast and that large pancake Pancakes, Pancakesis a delightful story of an old fashioned breakfast Modern day pancake mix holds little charm compared to starting from scratch, and young readers will find their mouths watering, and will wish that they, too, could have real pancakes, pancakes I really enjoyed this book because it is ideal for teaching procedure to students This helps them improve in their writing by encouraging the use of transition words and step by step formats Transitions seem to be a common problem among many students even in their high school and college years Developing these skills early make for better writers in the future This book is also ideal for discussion among younger grade levels I like how it illustrates the value of hard work through a story I really enjoyed this book because it is ideal for teaching procedure to students This helps them improve in their writing by encouraging the use of transition words and step by step formats Transitions seem to be a common problem among many students even in their high school and college years Developing these skills early make for better writers in the future This book is also ideal for discussion among younger grade levels I like how it illustrates the value of hard work through a story When Jack goes through all of the ways he needs to get ingredients for his mother to make a pancake, it creates a theme of Hardwork will always be rewarded I think this is an important value for students The hard work for homework will result in good grades, for example It s almost encouraging This is my first author study review and is also a picture book.Pancakes, Pancakes holds true to Eric Carle s unique style The story is somewhat of a spin on The Little Red Hen, as the morale of both stories is that those that work hard are rewarded in the end Children from ages 2 10 would enjoy this book Carle s beautiful collage illustrations enhance the story evenChildren would love using his art as models for their own collage art Teachers can lead a lesson to compare and contras This is my first author study review and is also a picture book.Pancakes, Pancakes holds true to Eric Carle s unique style The story is somewhat of a spin on The Little Red Hen, as the morale of both stories is that those that work hard are rewarded in the end Children from ages 2 10 would enjoy this book Carle s beautiful collage illustrations enhance the story evenChildren would love using his art as models for their own collage art Teachers can lead a lesson to compare and contrast Pancakes, Pancakes with other Eric Carle books or traditional tales with similar themes