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A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon
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Feb 15, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: picture-story-books
Read in February, 2012

** spoiler alert ** I believe this was a extremely magically book, which really allows children to explore the depths of their imagination through the illustrations. This is what first drew me to this book. The vivid colors and forms that Camilla Cream takes in the picture book really draws children in, making this a excellent book for the classroom. This book also delivers an extremely good message to young children, that teachers should definitely mention while, or after reading. In this novel, Camilla does not want to stand out or be an outcast. So she tries to be like everyone else. At the end of the novel, she learns to be an individual and to be herself. Teachers who read this picture book to their students must include this lesson. Any child listen to this story and viewing these illustrations should be drooling and will have the teacher's utmost attention.

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