F s playful illustrations in The Wrong Side of the Bed are the perfect accompaniment to Lisa s story The gentle palette of purples pinks and blues that are utilized throughout the book is an interesting contrast to the gloomy day that Lucy goes on to have mphasizing how perception will always trump circumstances Additionally the overlay of different textures make the characters truly pop Children will appreciate the small details Additionally the overlay of different textures make the characters truly pop Children will appreciate the small details Anna incorporates on ach page the mischief of the porcupine and the white surrender flag in the bathtub scene are personal favorites for my students and they will specially njoy searching for a certain lusive bunny slipper Like all great illustrators Anna Raff uses pictures to xpand Lisa s words and also show stories of her own Picture books are a really beautiful format for children and adults to xplore different themes and motions together The Wrong Side of the Bed is a great xample of this It s a wonderful story with an important theme about finding optimism in the midst of difficulties It is a book that children and adults can relate to and benefit from My students and I certainly have a lot of appreciation for this book and I absolutely loved xperiencing Lucy s story alongside of them Reviewed on my blog A parade of bad luck has you in a bad mood Remember to look on the bright side with this amusing new picture book from Lisa Bakos and Anna Raff Most of us can asily relate with Lucy s plight as she has one of those days where things keep happening Where s her missing bunny slipper So many problems for her to deal with in a twenty four hour span To make matters worse her friends witness her problems and some like Bear try to help her Others like the penguins aren t a help at all The colorful illustrations make her problems appear playful A lot of fun to read Cute whimsical and good at teaching new vocab lots of fun adverbs The kids loved it Think Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day told in a cumulative style with cute animals around very page turnFun read aloud supported by sumi ink washes assembled and colored digitally Prek 2 A cross between the old lady who swallowed a fly and Alexander s Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day Appealing illustrations by Anna Raff Cute story with just the right repetition for young children. Ide to do something about itA whimsical assortment of havoc wreaking critters is here to inspire Lucy and readers to turn their all wrong days into all right one.
Read & Download Ö PDF, Book or Kindle PUB free Ú Lisa BakosI loved this book and my grandson loved it also It s a delightful tale beautifully written with whimsical illustrations Wonderful Put this one on the top of the pile for adverb lessons Fantasy and reality are nicely woven as Lucy learns to deal with a day s mishaps and becomes a problem solver to prevent another becomes a problem solver to prevent another unfortunate dayColorful watercolor illustrations support the text and succeed in showing the contrasting motions When Lucy wakes up on the wrong side of the bed nothing goes right for her that day Besides the regular things like losing a slipper and missing the bus there s also other problems like a porcupine who wants to cuddle penguins making bubbles in her bath and an octopus who steals her matching socks What can she Do With Such A Bad Day Make with such a bad day Make different first thing tomorrow This is full of repetition that builds on itself so children will love it as both a read along and an independent read The illustrations are appealing with all the funny animals making things worse than they should be A nice companion to Alexander and the terrible horrible no good very bad dayCross posted to CHECK IT OUT I loved this book and so did my kids We have read it very night since we got it I highly recommend this funny well illustrated book for you and your family Lisa M Bakos is a relatively new author in the world of children s literature but she is already making a name for
Herself As An Enthusiasticas an nthusiastic thoughtful advocate of young readers With her delightful picture book debut The Wrong Side of the Bed Lisa has shown that she not only relates to young children and understands their mindset but can do so in a way that is both constructive and captivating We ve all been there those difficult days when from the very moment you wake up verything seems to go wrong When you feel caught up in a depressing downward spiral of mistakes inconveniences and irritations All too often it becomes a vicious cycle that feels impossible to scape until you just accept that you re in for what s undoubtedlyevidently unmistakably going to be a terrible day Children no matter how young are certainly not immune to these The Power Of A Choice experiences In fact Lisa came up with the idea for The Wrong Side of the Bed released by GP Putnam s Sons inarly March when her toddler son woke up in a bad mood and went on to have a rough. When you wake up on the wrong side of the bed there’s just no getting around it The porcupine under the covers will insist on snuggling oww; penguins will make. Rest of the day Inspired by this xperience Lisa S BOOK FOLLOWS LUCY AN ENDEARING CURLY HAIRED PROTAGONIST book
Follows Lucy An Endearing CurlyLucy an ndearing curly protagonist she navigates through her own difficult day Children will not only be able to relate to little Lucy s series of struggles like only being able to find one slipper in the morning missing the bus to and from school and having to at vegetables before dessert but will also feel validated for those times when they have similar snags in their own routines In what is an ideal starting point for discussion the readers alongside Lucy are presented with the idea that perhaps a new perspective and a determined attitude can turn it all around and change verything As a parent Lisa M Bakos obviously knows children As a writer she obviously knows her craft For The Case for Paleolibertarianism and Realignment on the Right example the repetitive narrative in The Wrong Side of the Bed convincingly conveys the impression that all of these unfortunate instances which Lucyncounters just keep piling on top of Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling each other After all that sxactly what those kinds of days feel like Monsieur Pain each problem in itself might be small andasily handled but things get overwhelming when they all happen together This sensation resonates with all of us as humans and is xactly what my students were responding to as they xclaimed Oh no That s ight bad things now There s during our read aloud On a surface level the repetitious phrases also involve children in the story as they anticipate ach recap and recite along with the reader Also worthy of mention is the way in which this book manages to communicate a message that is both generally relatable and specifically personal It s a difficult balance to pull off but Lisa does it wonderfully by including a few humorous characters that make the day ven troublesome Except for Lucy there are no other humans in the story Instead it s a porcupine that invades Lucy s bed an alligator that steals her toothbrush an lephant that insists on riding her bike and penguins that turn bath time into a discomforting Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts. experience After allvery child might not have a sibling or friend who hogs the blankets or steals the matching socks but anyone can imagine how inconvenient it would be if an octopus were to do this Young readers can laugh at the absurdity of the situation while also supplementing the details and people that they have in their own lives Anna Raf. Bubbles in your bath ww; and a crocodile will probably need to borrow your toothbrush no thanks It’s just going to be that sort of day Unless that is you dec.