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Leonardo will gern schrecklich sein

Leonardo will gern schrecklich sein By Mo Willems Leonardo will gern schrecklich sein Leonardo is truly a terrible monster terrible at being a monster that is Despite his best efforts he cant seem to frighten anyone But when he discovers the perfect nervous little boy will he finall

  • Title: Leonardo will gern schrecklich sein
  • Author: Mo Willems
  • ISBN: 9783794151486
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Leonardo will gern schrecklich sein By Mo Willems Leonardo is truly a terrible monster terrible at being a monster, that is Despite his best efforts, he cant seem to frighten anyone But when he discovers the perfect nervous little boy, will he finally scare the tuna salad out of him Or will he think of something even better
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    1. Ronyell on said:

      I have been reading Mo Willems books for a long time and I have recently stumbled upon his book called Leonardo the Terrible Monster Leonardo the Terrible Monster is a children s book by Mo Willems which is about a small monster named Leonardo who tries to be a scary monster, but cannot do so effectively, so he tries to find a child that he could easily scare Leonardo the Terrible Monster is a truly brilliant book that children everywhere will easily love for many years Leonardo was a terrible m [...]

    2. Jon(athan) Nakapalau on said:

      Is it important to scare people or to make friends Great book that will have young children thinking about this important subject.

    3. Ashlee Tominey on said:

      Lots of fun to read aloud because you get to make monsters faces and noises, say tuna salad twice, and be super dramatic during the big Sam meltdown.

    4. Kathryn on said:

      Another winner from Mo Willems The fun twist that is explained right away is that the featured monster is terrible AT being a monster he can t frighten anyone Full of fun and ferocious monsters, this book is at heart a story of honoring yourself and being grateful to those friends who help us do so.

    5. Donalyn on said:

      I picked this up after listening to Kristine Mraz read it during a workshop Kids love it Don t miss reading it aloud with kids.

    6. midnightfaerie on said:

      Another love for us Besides the fact that it s from one of our recent favorite authors, Mo Willems, the story kept the attention of my 5 yr old and preschoolers both The pictures were cute and big, always good for a group of kids, and the idea of scaring was fresh on our minds as we ve recently seen Monsters University, the movie Maybe a level 1 reader book for young readers Overall, it was much enjoyed.

    7. Alison Strandell on said:

      Aside from Mo Willems being a picture book genius, this book it cute because it challenges readers to think about how who they are tempted to be and who they are supposed to be are sometimes different.

    8. Jess on said:

      Picture book fantasyFor preschool primary gradesLeonardo is a terrible monster he s just not scary enough He finds a scaredy cat kid to frighten, but ends up with a friend instead.Who can resist Mo Willem s charms as an illustrator With a few simple lines, he gives us Leonardo, a monster who teaches us both meanings of the word terrible Instead of being scary terrible, he s just terrible at being a monster Leonardo is perhaps the most adorable and amusing monster in fiction, but he longs to scar [...]

    9. Kimberly on said:

      Fantastic I used this one in a monster themed storytime on 10 10 17 This is perfect for storytime and both the kids and I enjoyed Sam s all caps meltdown The ending is so cute Parents and kids all shared an aw

    10. Lisa Vegan on said:

      This is a cute book about a monster, Leonardo, who is terrible at being a monster he can t scare anybody So, he does his research to find the one kid named Sam who he ll be most likely to be able to scare, and goes to do that After his attempt, he ends up changing his plans It was very predictable for this adult but it was sweet.This is a good book for young children, with very few words on all pages except for one double page spread where there are a lot of words, and in a color a bit hard to r [...]

    11. SCPSReads on said:

      We read this with Kindergarten We made predictions using picture cues The students loved to page where Sam screams out his long list of things that are wrong We also used this to talk about being a good friend.

    12. Melissa on said:

      Short sweet, with both Leonardo and Sam perfect representations of what it feels like to be a little kid Also, gotta love books with good characterization, fun word choices, and true narrative arcs, that aren t too long for storytime.

    13. Ms. Chapman on said:

      My 5 year old could not stop laughing at Sam s teary outburst, and has now taken to saying I am going to scare the tuna salad out of you Another gem from Mo Willems

    14. John on said:

      I read this to first grade today They LOVED it, especially Sam s brillant rant.

    15. Bethany on said:

      My favorite part was Caitlin reading the book to us in class What inspired me was the lesson learned about how to be a nurturing friend.

    16. Bridget Carbonetti on said:

      Title Leonardo the Terrible MonsterAuthor Mo WillemsIllustratorCategory PicturebookCopyright Date 2005Estimate of age level of interest Preschool Grade 1Estimate of Reading Level Read Aloud Brief DescriptionLeonardo just wants to be scary like all the other monsters When he gets close to accomplishing his goal, he learns that people s reactions can be different than what you d expect 2 characteristics of genre and how they appear in the book.Some characteristics of a quality picturebook are purp [...]

    17. Duone on said:

      After we read Don t Let The Pigeon Drive the Bus, I knew that I had to read of Mo Willems work I loved the way the illustrations in his book seem simple, but manage to include lots of things that complement the words on the page I also think his books have some of my favorite page turns The title character in Leonardo, The Terrible Monster has a serious problem Well, it s a serious problem if you re a monster he just isn t thats scary Unlike some of the other monsters, who have natural advantag [...]

    18. David on said:

      Leonardo, the Terrible Monster by Mo Willems tells the story of a very young monster who is terrible at being a monster, because he can t scare anyone Leonardo wasn t big, didn t have hundreds of teeth, wasn t weird and just wasn t scary Leonardo researches until he finds the most timid boy to scare Sam He works hard until Sam cries When Leonardo celebrates having scared someone, Sam tells Leonardo all the troubles that made Sam finally cry, including not having any friends Leonardo makes the de [...]

    19. Heidi-Marie on said:

      Oh my word This comes at the perfect time when I need one , quick read for the big Halloween program And this is excellent Must practice.10 30 10 This was fabulous I loved reading it over and over as I practiced And I loved reading it to the audience I think they enjoyed it, too judging by their faces and the little comments I heard What would I do without Mo Willems 1 25 12 Wonderful in both preschool storytimes The larger crowd completely ate it up and loved the yelling part I botched it a bit [...]

    20. Anna Smith on said:

      Summary Leonardo is a scary monster who can t scary anyone One day he decides to find a scaredy cat He sneaks up behind him and makes him cry But then he decides to be the best monster friend he can be.Grade k 3rdclassroom Read AloudIndividual Students who want a cute readSmall Group Discussion on feelingsWhole Group Finishing the story and creating a poemRelated Books Mo Willem s booksMultimedia Recorded read alouds.

    21. Mitchell on said:

      Some books are better because other recent books you read weren t It s hard to say if that s true in this case Because the art and writing aren t especially exceptional and the idea isn t all that original But it s executed on so well The unscary monster becoming friends with the boy who needs a friend A 4.5 of 5.

    22. Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson on said:

      Ha It was rather amusing reading this The kid s name was Sam, which so happens to be my name I also wear glasses just like he does I related to it even though it was a children s book My son had a blast reading it, and I think that that s all that matters to a parent.Cheers and Happy Reading Kids

    23. Dolly on said:

      This is a great story about a little monster who can t seem to scare anyone So he researches the biggest scaredy cats in the world and finds a perfect little boy to scare But he finds out that, while he might not be very good at scaring, there is something he is good at It s a fun story to read aloud, and the pictures are very simple, but expressive Our girls really enjoyed this story.

    24. Randie D. Camp, M.S. on said:

      Leonardo is terrible at being a terrible monster He cannot scare anyone He goes on the search for the most scaredy cat kidwill he be able to scare him I borrowed the CD from the library which features Mo Willems narrating the story His voice had my son and I rolling on the floor with laughter Great message, great illustrations, great delivery, great book

    25. Katy on said:

      A favorite This one is great for a large crowd and would work with lots of ages.

    26. Beth on said:

      Oh how I love the humor and fun of Mo Willems books This could be a fun art project to have young kids create their own terrible monsters.

    27. Anna on said:

      Lenoardo, the Terrible Monster by Mo Willems 2005genre fictionformat picture bookplot summary Leonardo is a terrible monster he can t seem to frighten anyone When he discovers the perfect nervous little boy, will he scare the lunch out of him Or will he think of something better red flags nonereview citation ALA Staff Picks 2006 School Library Journal 1 March, 2006 73commended age toddler preschooler 3 6

    28. Hilary on said:

      Instead of being a terrible monster, he would be a wonderful friend.

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