Let's Be Enemies #2020

Let's Be Enemies By Janice May Udry Maurice Sendak Let s Be Enemies James used to be my friend But today he is my enemy James and John are best friends or at least they used to be They shared pretzels umbrellas and even chicken pox Now James always wants to be boss
  • Title: Let's Be Enemies
  • Author: Janice May Udry Maurice Sendak
  • ISBN: 9780064431880
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Let's Be Enemies By Janice May Udry Maurice Sendak James used to be my friend But today he is my enemy.James and John are best friends or at least they used to be They shared pretzels, umbrellas, and even chicken pox Now James always wants to be boss, and John doesn t want to be friends any But when he goes to James house to tell him so, something unexpected happens.
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    About "Janice May Udry Maurice Sendak"

    1. Janice May Udry Maurice Sendak

      Janice May Udry is an American author She was born in Jacksonville, Illinois and graduated from Northwestern University in 1950 Her first book, A Tree is Nice, was awarded the Caldecott Medal in 1957 for Marc Simont s illustrations Her papers are held at the University of Southern Mississippi.

    183 thoughts on “Let's Be Enemies”

    1. I now believe that James and I were meant to be best friends We re bossy, sassy, and just plain rude who also carries around pocket sand Sorry, we can t talk We have a sand castle to destroy

    2. So, is John an enabler Will he always be a doormat, or, worse, a bully s sidekick Or is James learning not to be a bully Can t tell from the story but a happy ending doesn t seem likely to me.

    3. With the passing of Maurice Sendak sad sigh I m starting to take a look at his lesser known books at least from my own knowledge This little book was very cute His illustrations of the two little boys how are best friends, then fight, then instantly become best friends again is spot on

    4. John isn t very happy with his best friend, James, these days John and James have gone through it all together sharing umbrellas, pretzels, and even chicken pox He is awfully tired of what he sees as James bosses him around, and decides it s time to redefine their friendship John decides that him and James are now enemies because of his bossiness Soon after, John realizes that you can t replace the presence of a best friend even if he IS much bossier than he should be John decided that he needs [...]

    5. A young boy decides that him and his friend James are now enemies because of his bossiness but reunite in the end You could use this book as lesson for resolving conflict in the classroom At first, I did not particularly like this book because I think it does not do a good job at portraying a healthy way of dealing with a unhappy situation The boys just get frustrated with each other, speak passive aggressively to each other, and then one day they become best friends again As a future educator, [...]

    6. Talk about staying power, this little gem about forgiving and getting along first appeared in 1961.While it is not about bullying the story time theme for today , it is about how we treat one another and overcome in a small way our differences and irritations.

    7. What a charming author illustrator combo Janice May Udry and Maurice Sendak make Having previously collaborated with Marc Simont on A Tree Is Nice, which won the 1957 Caldecott Medal, Janice May Udry was no stranger to having her stories be brought to life by award winning artists when Let s Be Enemies was first published Author and illustrator both seem to be at or near their creative peak in this book, a winsome blend of sensitively portrayed childhood emotion in text and drawings I hope Let s [...]

    8. simple look at friends and enemies how do we live together Would be wonderful for children s worship, chapel time, or moment for all ages

    9. I m not sure why it s a classic or why Udry and Sendak felt children need to read a book about what they already naturally do get into squabbles And the end doesn t even show how a child should properly apologize to their friend when the fight s over HmmAges 4 8 Like my reviews I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give a complete break down of everything in the book, so you ll know just how clean it is or isn t I also have Clean Guides downloadable PDFs which e [...]

    10. Here we see one of the top perks of working in a library with an extensive children s literature collection coming across quirky little books like this one, illustrated beautifully and clearly by Maurice Sendak It s a simple, short story about friendship that should ring true to anyone who has ever had a childhood friend that at times seem like of a frenemy Would be fun to read aloud to others.

    11. Let s be enemeis After much analyzing their friendship, John decides that James is no good friend Despite the rain, he goes to James house just to declare that they no longer are in friendly terms to each other This little book has a lot about friendship and forgiveness The layout of the drawings are very nice, as well as the washed up colors The cover, with both little boys pouting is very funny.

    12. Navigating the emotions of childhood, aw heck, any friendship is tremulous work from time to time This was funny and straightforward I don t think my kids knew what to think of it We talked about how feelings are contagious and one person s mood can influence another s for good or bad It may have made sense to them Or not.

    13. This was a recommended book for my daughter s preschool We are learning about relationships, primarily friendships I really liked the story A good one to discuss with a little one and my daughter mentioned Maurice Sendak s wonderful illustrations She loved them.

    14. I ve never met a kid yet who didn t like this story Such heartfelt tension and threats I m going to put his crayons in the soup accompanied by a giggling evilly illustration but it s all resolved in the end.

    15. Just checking out Maurice Sendak s earlier work which is just illustrations for the works prior to Where the Wild Things Are In this case, neither the story nor the illustrations are particularly special.

    16. I found this book at a thrift store and count it as one of my most lucratve finds In a world where history is told around war after war, it is the least we can all do to try to just get along with each other.

    17. Such a wonderful, sweet story Too bad it is so tiny it would be great for storytime if you could see the illustrations from a distance

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