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Annabelle Swift Kindergartner Annabelle Swift is than ready for kindergarten for she has been tutored by her older sister Lucy But when Mr Blum brings out the color lollipops poor Annabelle embarrasses herself School Library Jo

  • Title: Annabelle Swift, Kindergartner
  • Author: Amy Schwartz
  • ISBN: 9780531070277
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Paperback
  • Annabelle Swift is than ready for kindergarten, for she has been tutored by her older sister, Lucy But when Mr Blum brings out the color lollipops, poor Annabelle embarrasses herself School Library Journal, starred review.

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    1. (NS) Panagiota Angelos on said:

      Thanks to training from her experienced big sister, Annabelle Swift is ready for her first day of Kindergarten. However things don’t go as smoothly as anticipated for Annabelle. Her classmates laugh at her when she stands up and introduces herself as “Annabelle Swift, Kindergartner.” In fact when her teacher asks the class to identify the color light blue and she says “Blue Desire” (her sister uses her mother’s makeup to teach her colors) Annabelle starts doubting her sister’s advi [...]

    2. Kristen on said:

      This book about a little girl starting kindergarten was a pretty good read. I liked the illustrations for the book. They were simple, but somehow managed to convey the exact emotion needed for any particular page. Going to school for the first time can be scary for any young child. Sometimes having an older sibling can be very helpful. I like that this book shows the strong bond between two sisters. It also shows how important it is for an older sister to be a good role model and look out or her [...]

    3. Ashley on said:

      This story talks about Annabelle and how she is feeling about her first day of school, while her older sister is helping her along with her day and telling her what to do. Throughout the day Annabelle comes across different obstacles that she faces with the help of her sister.I liked how the booked showed it was okay for the students to be scared about their first day in a new class or new school.Questions- How did you feel on your first day of school?What would you tell Annabelle if she was you [...]

    4. Samantha on said:

      Annabelle Swift gets a crash course in kindergarten from her older sister. Once the day begins she seems to think her sister gave her some bad advice. At the end of the day, things start to come together and she's enjoying the lessons and kindergarten. I thought the illustrations were well drawn, but I didn’t feel as though the added to or took away from the story. I thought this was a nice story to use for kindergartener to prep them for their first few days of school. I would read it aloud a [...]

    5. Naomi on said:

      This is a fun story about a girl named Annabelle Swift who is about to start kindergarten. She feels like she is ready, but her older sister decides to give her a few pointers. When Annabelle gets to school, armed with the knowledge she received from her sister, she finds out that her sister wasn't always correct. She finds out that the best way to do school is by being herself.This book can teach children that they don't need to be worried about the first day of kindergarten, they can all learn [...]

    6. Libby on said:

      I checked this out because I remembered enjoying it when I was in elementary school, and it seemed apt, with our oldest starting kindergarten. Both he and the three year old really liked it and asked for it to be reread a couple times.While some details have definitely changed (most noticeably, the price of milk--although I'm impressed by how cheap milk still is!), the story has held up well over time. Annabelle's nervousness about starting kindergarten, her frustration when her sister Lucy's ad [...]

    7. Lauren Cody on said:

      Annabelle Swift, Kindergartner by Amy Schwartz highlights a students first day of kindergarten and how she get tips from her older sister before hand that helps her in the long run. This book is a realistic fiction and is appropriate for Pre-K to first grade children. Children going from Pre-K to kindergarten could relate to this story. The guided reading level for this book is a level N. This story is a good read for children who are starting school.

    8. Rakisha on said:

      On her first day of kindergarten, Annabelle Swift finds out that her older sister has mis-prepared her except in one area--counting. It's a sweet and funny book that both children and parents will appreciate. When Annabelle's sister uses the names on her mother's make-up containers to touch colors, I was in stitches. It's even funnier when Annabelle tells her teacher the names of the colors!

    9. Kayla on said:

      Not a fan of Annabelle referring to her new friend as "the chubby boy" while never bothering to learn his name. I did like the way her math skills earned her praise and a special honor on her first day of kindergarten.

    10. Sharon Green on said:

      ages 4-6read aloud transitionalproblem realismrepetition/ strong text&illustration interactionAnnabelle thinks she is ready for kindergarten. Her older sister has set her up. Annabelle encounters unexpected challenges as a result

    11. Alfajirikali on said:

      A funny story about an older sister coaching a younger one on how to succeed in kindergarten.

    12. Tricia on said:

      not a big fan of a book that calls annabelle's friend at kindergarten "the chubby boy". hello!? how did this end up on the top 100?!?!

    13. Kimberly on said:

      My daughter's name is Annabelle and my nurse in the hospital recommended this book to me. It's very cute and I can't wait to read it with her when she is school-age.

    14. Tiffany Neal on said:

      I was not all too impressed with this picture book. Cute for very young readers, but honestly there were some pieces that were just irritating to me (mainly the chubby boy).

    15. Annabelle on said:

      (Annabelle loves books and movies with her name in them, so we had to pick this one up at the library)

    16. Kjartan A. on said:

      This was a cute book about a girl starting kindergarten! This is such a relevant topic that I could easily present to my class with entuasism and joy!!

    17. Mina Saeed on said:

      Can be used to teach:Addition SubtractionMultiplicationDivision

    18. Alana Arlequin on said:

      I love this book! It is so funny! This would be great for read alouds!

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