Freckleface Strawberry and Windy Pants Patrick are as different as can be-but that doesn’t stop them from being the best of friends. After all, they have a. Teased girl learns self-acceptance in fun friendship tale. Read Common Sense Media’s Freckleface Strawberry review, age rating, and parents guide. Freckleface Strawberry has ratings and reviews. Lisa said: Much to my surprise, I really liked this book. It’s a funny and lovely story about how.
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tsrawberry Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return frecklefsce Book Page. Preview — Freckleface Strawberry by Julianne Moore. If you have freckles, you can try these things:. Because after all, the things that make you different also make you YOU. From acclaimed actress Julianne Moore and award-winning illustrator LeUyen Pham comes a delightful story of a little girl who’s different Hardcover40 pages.
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Be the first to ask a question about Freckleface Strawberry. Lists with This Book. Apr 06, Lisa Vegan rated it really liked it Recommended to Lisa by: Much to my surprise, I really liked this book. I imagine the story is based on the direct experience of vreckleface author.
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When I was a kid I had several friends who were perturbed about their freckles and everything the character thinks and does in this book seemed genuine, well except for going to school with her face completely cov Much to my surprise, I really liked this book. When I was a kid I had several friends who were perturbed about their freckles and everything the character thinks and does in this book seemed genuine, well except for going to school with her face completely covered.
The illustrations were wonderful and straaberry lot of fun! View all 7 comments. Mar 10, Tissy rated it strawberey liked it. Jun 08, Kristina Whitt rated it it was amazing Shelves: Freckleface Strawberry is a realistic fiction book about a seven year old little girl who is fed up with her freckles. She is tired of the other students and some adults making comments and asking silly questions about them. She decided that she is going to wear a face mask to cover them up, but finds the mask uncomfortable.
She finally meets an adult that had freckles as a child, who tries to comfort the little girl and tells her they disappeared as she got older. Freckleface Strawberry Freckleface Strawberry is a realistic fiction book about a seven year old little girl who is fed up with her freckles. Freckleface Strawberry is then bombarded by fellow students who have missed her in the time that she was wearing a facemask to school.
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She decided that freckles were not all that important and goes to play with her classmates. The story ends with her growing older and having a family of her own, freckles and all. This book is a fantastic read for any children who have freckles or other self-imagined imperfections. Freckleface goes through an assortment of ways that she thinks are ways to deal with her freckles, many students could make text-to-self connections if they have been in similar situations.
This book would be great for discussing how commenting on others appearance might hurt others feelings, what is on the outside isn’t as important as what is on the inside, self-esteem, strawbberry dealing with your imperfections. This book would be a great interactive read aloud and would work well with emergent to early readers.
Strawberrry are few words per page and the pictures are well illustrated and connect well to the strawberrry.
Some questions you could ask students: Have you ever felt like Freckleface Strawberry? Do you know anyone who has freckles? Do you think the other children really cared about her freckles? If Freckleface Strawberry was one of your friends, what would you tell her about her freckles? Oct 05, Shannon K added it Shelves: The first thing that strikes me about the illustrations in this book is the color pallet that is used.
I also love how the main characters skin was left uncolored so ffreckleface the red freckles all over here body are that much more prevalent. Another aspect that I really like and that I think adds character is how the narrative text vreckleface on The first thing that strikes me about the illustrations in this book is the color pallet that is used. Another aspect that I really like and that I think adds character is how the narrative text is one font and set apart from the text that is spoken by the characters, that text is a different font and are all placed in different colored text boxes by the people who are saying it.
The last artistic element that I really enjoy is the sizes of the images are all different on each page.
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Some of the most important images take up the whole page while others have several small images on one page, I like how it works with the story and makes the most important parts pop out.
Jun 04, Jenny rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Cute illustrations and a fun story. I guess having freckles myself and having thought similarly before–wow, I’d really be tan if these darn freckles covered by WHOLE face!
Luckily my husband loves my freckles, so that’s nice!
Anyways, rea Loved this book! Anyways, really enjoyed the book and am glad I bought it, when all I had seen was the cute picture on the cover and decided to order it from a book order.
Apr 28, Alvana rated it it was amazing Shelves: For anyone who was teased for having freckles, this is wonderful! Sep 13, Lauren Paravate rated it really liked it Shelves: The story begins by a little girl hating her freckles and all the comments that come from others about them. She tries everything that she can do to cover them up and hide from them, but it never works.
At the end of the story she realizes that she should love her freckles and all her friends love her for who she is. This story was really funny and a great read. I enjoyed the connection that the author made with others when taking about freckles, especially some of the commen Summary: I enjoyed the connection that the author made with others when taking about freckles, especially some of the comments she had students in the story saying, I had actually heard of them before.
For this story I would have my students identify what the central message of the story was and what the author wanted us to feel and relate to when reading the text. I would have the students explain what they could relate too and how the author made them feel by supporting their reasoning with key details. Jun 28, Acey Bee added it.
Freckleface Strawberry, is a book about a young girl that doesn’t like some of her features and feels different from others, she is teased by her friends and makes attempts to disguise her freckles. This resulted in her isolated herself and not being ignored because her friends did not realise it was her. She then accepts the way she looks, her friends had missed her and is proud to still have them as an adult. I liked this book because it makes it apparent to children that we are all different a Freckleface Strawberry, is a book about a young girl that doesn’t like some of her features and feels different from others, she is teased by her friends and makes attempts to disguise her freckles.
I liked this book because it makes it apparent to children that we are all different and that we may have flaws or things we don’t like about ourselves. However we should develop confidence in our own skin and accept our differences. I would recommend this book for KS1 years 1 and 2, I think that many children could find a familiarity with the book and to help them develop good citizenship and well as self-confidence.
I believe this book would be suitable for a PSHE lesson, to address matters of bullying and insecurities. I think this is a good book for children to be guided through and to explain what is happening. Whilst reading this with year 2 pupils they found the name calling amusing, this gives a perfect opportunity to address that it is not a nice thing to do and that the little girl in the story was hurt by this.
This allows children to have an underlying expectation and to be surprised that it is ok to be just the way you are, which I think is a beautiful moral to the story. Dec 10, Charlene rated it really liked it Shelves: Sep 06, Baby Bookworm rated it it was amazing Shelves: This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Our book today is Freckleface Strawberrywritten by Julianne Moore and illustrated by LeUyen Pham, the story of a little girl learning to love her freckles.
Freckleface Strawberry is a girl who is just like everyone else, except for her red hair and freckles, the latter of which she is rather self-conscious, as people comment on them all the time. She tries to hide her freckles, This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. She tries to hide her freckles, to varying degrees of success, until she finds she can cover up all her freckles at once… by wearing a ski mask!
However, this keeps her friends from recognizing her.
Can she ever accept her freckles as part of who she is? This was such a sweet book.
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Furthermore, the book is funny, and the text is enjoyable to read. Be sure to check freclleface The Baby Bookworm for more reviews! Dec 08, Vera rated it liked it. I needed to read a book written by a celebrity and I absolutely love Julianne Moore, so it was clear I would pick one of hers.
This is the first in her Freckleface Strawberry books. It’s about a girl who has lots, lots of freckles and cannot live with them. It seems she is being bullied, because the other children call the girl Freckleface Strawberry.
But it isn’t meant mean, even though it makes the girl want her freckles to disappear. She tries to scrub them off, cover them with color and ulti I needed to read a book written by a celebrity and I absolutely love Julianne Moore, so it was clear I would pick one of strawberrry.