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Where Do You Look?

3.64 of 5 stars 3.64  ·  rating details  ·  36 ratings  ·  13 reviews
Where do you look for glasses? On a shelf? Or on a face?

In this playful exploration of homonyms, readers will discover the fun they can have with language. Is a wave at a beach? Or at a train station? Is a trunk in a garden? Or on an elephant? Kids will love the juxtaposition of words and meanings, and the detailed collage illustrations will have them coming back again and
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published February 12th 2013 by Tundra Books
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Apr 08, 2014 Gina marked it as to-read
Where do you look is a book that offers the experience to explore different meanings of words. It allows readers to have fun with language and its meaning. This book focuses on words with more than one meaning-like glasses in the cupboard and glasses on your face. This will be great for learning literacy skills.
Where do you look? What do you see? Simply through words and the environment they're placed in, meaning changes completely. For example: Where do you look for a wave? At the train station? [People waving hands] Or at the beach?

What a delightful, riddle-me-this, I-spy book of language play this is.
Rima Aroutiounian
Great book to introduce to kindergartners about homonyms, the same words with different meanings. It also will help with critical thinking. the writing is in big to promote reading skills and print awareness.
Elaine Bearden
This is a really great book. Great cut paper art. Clear pictures. And clear demonstration of homonyms. The great question, where do you look, leads the reader through the story, so it is like a game. I love how it comes back to books at the end. I might even use this for storytime.
Homonyms galore, some more obvious than others, some closer in meaning, and others more varied. I wanted to add some more, could be a fun class activity.
Excellent! This book focuses on words with more than one meaning--like glasses in the cupboard and glasses on your face. Great for learning literacy skills.
Fun illustrations. A good introduction to homonyms.
Fun exploration of homonyms; nice collage design.
Linda Atkinson
Preschool storytime: vocabulary
Great for kids on the spectrum!!
Nice read aloud for storytime.
Cute book of homonyms.
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