Nuts to You! #2020

Nuts to You! By Lois Ehlert Nuts to You It s summer in the city and a rascally squirrel is up to all sorts of tricks He digs and eats and zips and hides but when he sneaks inside an apartment window it s time for a nutty solution to get
  • Title: Nuts to You!
  • Author: Lois Ehlert
  • ISBN: 9780152576479
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Nuts to You! By Lois Ehlert It s summer in the city, and a rascally squirrel is up to all sorts of tricks He digs and eats and zips and hides, but when he sneaks inside an apartment window, it s time for a nutty solution to get him out Labels identify plants, birds, and insects on each page, and a glossary at the back of the book offers factual details about squirrels The simple, spirited plot, lIt s summer in the city, and a rascally squirrel is up to all sorts of tricks He digs and eats and zips and hides, but when he sneaks inside an apartment window, it s time for a nutty solution to get him out Labels identify plants, birds, and insects on each page, and a glossary at the back of the book offers factual details about squirrels The simple, spirited plot, lively verse, and stunning double page spreads will make Nuts to You a storytime standard School Library Journal
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    273 thoughts on “Nuts to You!”



    1. The large font and huge pictures make this book a great read aloud text Note the Squirrel Talk at the end has information about squirrels.


    2. The book has a simple text.Teach facts about squirrels and the way they leave.The illustrations are little dark for young readers to get their attention.



    3. Someone had left this out on a table at the library Natalie seemed a bit interested in it, and it had a whole in the front cover, which is right up her alley, so I grabbed it Mike read it that night for bed time The story is narrated by a child who watches a squirrel and gets to interact with it Its rhyming lines are simple The illustrations are great large spread with no white space and great colors that work well with the large font What I really liked about this book than usual I didn t see [...]


    4. Love this book As with other Ehlert books, this one has the most wonderful pictures Through the story of a child watching a squirrel out the window, the reader is given a look at the curiosity and climbing skills of a squirrel Throughout the book, Ehlert also identifies common plants and insects that you might see as you watched the squirrels This story takes place outside and apartment building, but could be used in a rural Vermont setting just as easily Children can learn how to safely watch [...]


    5. I love Ehlert and I always use this squirrel story for my autumn Toddler time 10 19 11I used it with my PreK class today, so I would have an excuse to play Grey Squirrel on Sing It, Stamp It, Say It everybody got up and shoke their bushy tail We also did a squirrel finger play 9 24 12Used in my Baby Toddler Lap Time and it went over quite well Still having trouble finding young autumn books I like 9 25 13Used in Story Time and it went over the best with the small, young group Now I have Grey Squ [...]


    6. PB 27 Nuts to You The story was quite interesting and this squirrel acted like any other one out in nature The pictures were so cool and definately grabbed your attention I have always wanted to have a pet squirrel and this story makes me want one even now I really liked how their was identifictions about squirrels at the end which can really help children learn about them I myself, learned a lot of new things I never knew about squirrels like them only having four toes in their front feet and [...]


    7. Our professor used this book as an example for substitute practice There were lots of options for words to cover up and have the students figure out what might fit in the blank At first there was a pattern of rhyming with lots of options that would fit and then towards the end she narrowed the options Throughout the book, the author labeled the plants and animals and at the end there is information about squirrels.


    8. What I love most about this book was how I came to know it the children s room desk at the library, and a woman comes up to the desk and says without any other preface Nuts to You I figured she wanted a book with that title, but we librarians are a whimsical lot, so I replied Nuts to you, too, sister And of course, after she recovered, aided by my disarming smile, I searched for the book And of course, the book was OUT Ah, the library.


    9. This book was narrated from the point of view of a boy observing a squirrel The squirrel is getting into the plants and got in the window into the house I really liked this book because the illustrations are labeled For example, on the first page, the fuchsia plant is labeled.Genre Realistic Fantasy


    10. This is a wonderful book with use of humor and rhyming Especially living in the Midwest, squirrels are all over and children have prior knowledge of what squirrels are like Rhyming is really cool to me, and Ehlert does a great job of doing it in this book Children would enjoy the rhyming and the whole story line, so I would have this book in my classroom.


    11. I m starting to develop a real love for Lois Ehlert The simple text makes it appropriate for the youngest of readers The nature depicted is accessible to children even in an urban environment She labels her plants and animals, teaching me new things as well.


    12. Labels identify plants, birds, and insects on each page, and a glossary at the back of the book offers factual details about squirrels.Great to use with students before feeding the squirrels and exploring different variety of nuts.


    13. My kids and I thought this book was fun and educational Many things are labeled like parts of the birds, plants, etc which is a great jumping off place for little scientists And it s silly Better for pre k to kindergarten ages.My husband thought it was stupid Nuts to him


    14. Very fun, simple book about a squirrel who lives outside of an apartment complex with the beautifully, colorful style Ehlert always brings to her work.Great for a squirrel storytime for either preschoolers or toddlers.


    15. This is a picture book about a squirrel who comes inside a house through a torn window screen It has beautiful collage illustrations and a fun refrain, Nuts to you Kids love shouting it out loud during storytime A fun book overall.




    16. 3.5 StarsThis is fun, interestingly put together the title page is about an inch wide I also love the Texture used by Lois Ehlert The collage feel is fun And wellsquirrel



    17. Nuts to You follows the life of a squirrel that lives near the narrator s home The narrator describes what the squirrel likes to do and personifies it by stating that the squirrel must want to come inside As the story continues, the squirrel is accidentally let inside and the narrator interacts with it closely by leading it outside with some peanuts The last few pages give factual information about squirrels I can see children connecting with this book since many kids love watching squirrels Th [...]


    18. I really felt like the appearance and layout of the illustrations wasn t considered fully The style of pictures is very particular, and I felt enough attention wasn t paid to how things like contrast and colour would come out in printing There were also a couple of pages where an item that was the focus of the text was tucked down into a corner of the page, or even cut off by the margin of the paper Odd Otherwise the rhyming element of the text is pretty cute, except I also didn t like some of t [...]


    19. This book is really cute with its collage illustrations of squirrels and plants and nuts An invisible narrator is watching the squirrel go crazy for nuts and seeds All the plants and animals are labeled as to their type and in the back of the book is some information about squirrels what kind of animal it is, their teeth and their feet This book is appropriate for students in Pre S through grade 2


    20. This book is really cute with its collage illustrations of squirrels and plants and nuts An invisible narrator is watching the squirrel go crazy for nuts and seeds All the plants and animals are labeled as to their type and in the back of the book is some information about squirrels what kind of animal it is, their teeth and their feet This book is appropriate for students in Pre S through grade 2


    21. Lois Ehlert s picture books have quickly become some of my favorites I love that all flora and fauna are labeled so you know exactly what is what These are both fun and educational My daughter loves pointing out the animals.


    22. This easy rhyming read is a great read for kids interested in the outdoors On each page, it identifies different plants and objects that are pictured In the back of the book there is squirrel talk which is full of squirrel facts.



    23. The behavior of this busy little squirrel is just like the squirrels in our yard The art work was not my favorite, a bit obscure for me.


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