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Mama, is it summer yet?

Nikki McClure

Mama, is it summer yet?

by Nikki McClure

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  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Abrams Books for Young Readers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Summer -- Fiction,
  • Seasons -- Fiction

  • About the Edition

    As spring slowly turns to summer, a little boy builds a fort and plants a garden in impatient anticipation.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Nikki McClure.
    GenreFiction
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.M4784141946 Mam 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23621675M
    ISBN 109780810984684
    LC Control Number2009023013
    OCLC/WorldCa427438191

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Mama says, “Not yet, little one,” then points to the signs that spring is turning to summer—the softening of the earth, the nest-building of squirrels, the singing of birds—and encourages her son to savor the beauty of spring/5(23). In this charming book, one little boy can’t wait for summer to arrive.

He keeps asking, “Mama, is it summer yet?” Mama responds saying, ”Not yet,” but there are plenty of signs that indicate spring is changing into summer: The earth is soft and there are seeds to plant, birds singing, ducklings in the pond, and pink blossoms blooming/5(27).

Mama says, “Not yet, little one,” then points to the signs that spring is turning to summer—the softening of the earth, the nest-building of squirrels, the singing of /5(23). Everything about Nikki McClures Mama, Is It Summer Yet. (Abrams Books for Young Readers, ) is gorgeous from the thicker paper its printed on to Nikkis signature illustrations made of cut paper.

I once heard Nikki speak at a Secret Garden event, where she demonstrated her artistic process, how she tries to keep everything in an image connected by a path of black paper/5.

In this charming book, one little boy can’t wait for summer to arrive. He keeps asking, “Mama, is it summer yet?” Mama responds saying, ”Not yet,” but there are plenty of signs that indicate spring is changing into summer: The earth is soft and there are seeds to plant, birds singing, ducklings in the pond, and pink blossoms : ABRAMS.

Well this book certainly brings back those memories. There are beautiful pictures between a mother and her child as he continues to ask if its summer yet. I bought this story for my 18 month old and already the easy phrasing has him "reading" the book himself.

Nikki McClure has /5(27). In this charming book, one little boy can’t wait for summer to arrive. He keeps asking, “Mama, is it summer yet?” Mama responds saying, ”Not yet,” but there are plenty of signs that indicate spring is changing into summer: The earth is soft and there are seeds to plant, birds singing, ducklings in the pond, and pink blossoms blooming.

In this charming book, one little boy can't wait for summer to arrive. He keeps asking, "Mama, is it summer yet?" Mama responds saying, "Not yet," but there are plenty of signs that indicate spring is changing into summer: The earth is soft and there are seeds to plant, birds singing, ducklings in the pond, and pink blossoms blooming.5/5(2).

Young children see the passage of time through the seasonal changes to the world around them in this charming book, illustrated with Nikki McClure's extraordinary cut-paper art. A little boy who can't wait for summer keeps asking his mama, "Is it summer yet?" Mama says, "Not yet, little one," then points to the signs that spring is turning to summer — the softening of the earth, the nest 5/5(1).

Still the boy wonders, “Is it summer yet?” Mama always replies, “Not yet, my love,” and softens his disappointment by reasserting her constant affection. This repeated exchange occurs throughout, allowing readers to fully appreciate both the boy’s prolonged, wistful yearning and the mother’s unflagging love.

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Use these activities in your liter. Published on May 1, Category. Education. Loading AutoplayWhen autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. Up next. Waiting out the Storm - Duration:.

Mama, Is it Summer Yet. Written and Illustrated by Nikki McClure - Duration: Read-along book 9: Mama, is it summer yet. | Thư viện Lotus Community - Duration:   Mama says, Not yet, little one,” then points to the signs that spring is turning to summer the softening of the earth, the nest-building of squirrels, the singing of birds and encourages her son to savor the beauty of spring.

I know this is THE question on everyone's mind at my school. So today we read Nikki McClure's book, Mama, Is It Summer Yet?As I was reading this book to my class, I realized that my planned lesson on schema was good, but my students were more into guessing what season Mama was describing to her child.

Mama, Is it Summer Yet. by Nikki McClure Young children see the passage of time through the seasonal changes to the world around them in this charming book.

Mama, Is it Summer Yet. Written and Illustrated by Nikki McClure - Duration: Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture Recommended for you. Then by-all-means, check out this book. In Mama, Is It Summer Yet. ) Nikki McClure revisits that age-old question through the backdrop of the changing seasons.

Let you kids read Mama, Is It Summer Yet. with you by repeating the entitled question, and help them determine which season each spread depicts.

Mama says, “Not yet, little one,” then points to the signs that spring is turning to summer—the softening of the earth, the nest-building of squirrels, the singing of birds—and encourages her son to savor the beauty of ing the success of All in a Day, Nikki McClure once again uses her unique paper cutouts to showcase /5(30).

Awhile back I featured All In A Day, a beautiful book illustrated by Nikki y, Nikki has a new book out that makes a nice companion to the first. It’s called Mama, Is It Summer Yet. and it features the same great style of illustration.

The text is sweet and true to life — the little child can’t wait for summer and asks over and over and over again if it has arrived yet.

Mama, Is It Summer Yet? is Nikki's poetic response to her son's simple query. Follow the young boy and his mom through the seasons, watching for small clues of change, until they finally arrive at summer. It is a heartfelt little tale, filled with Nikki's amazing paper-cut imagery.

Each image painstakingly made from a single piece of black paper using an x-acto knife. Sturdy board book. Read or Download Now ?book=BCOEG[PDF] Mama Is It Summer Yet? [Read] Full Ebook.Find books like Mama, Is It Summer Yet? from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Mama, Is It Summer Yet?

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