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I love the utter simplicity of this story There was so much joy reading it and finding so much humor at a kitten who thinks the moon is a bowl of milk Each page can kill you with cuteness The art work continues the theme of simple It looks like he outlined everything with a sharpie or just black ink and then shaded with charcoal It is interesting We all get to share in the innocence of the kitten for a short time The story is written for 2 5 year olds and the book really works on that level too This is an example of someone being able to tell a sweet story for that age group that an adult may also enjoy on some level The kids both fell for Kitten s cuteness It s a short read and we read it twice They both gave it 5 stars. Like many other Caldecott books, this could also succeed without the words, but in this case they re so lovely to read and hear aloud that they enhance the story, imo Of course I m already a fan of Henkes and so am predisposed to enjoy this, but I do believe I d love it even if I hadn t known the author already. I have been reading Kevin Henkes works ever since I was a child and every one of his children s books always featured mice as the main characters Well, imagine my surprise when I finally found a book by Kevin Henkes that was about a cat Kitten s First Full Moon is a Caldecott Medal award winning book by Kevin Henkes and it is about a small kitten who tries to grab a bowl of milk in the sky the moon Kitten s First Full Moon is a truly cute book that every child would definitely love for many years I was really interested in how well crafted this book was Kevin Henkes has done an excellent job at writing this story about a small kitten s attempts to grab a bowl of milk in the sky The writing is extremely simple yet cute at the same time and I loved all the creative ways that Kitten tries to get to the moon, like trying to lick at it, jump towards the moon and chase after the moon It was also cute in how the kitten mistakes the full moon for being a bowl of milk as it strongly relates to any child s first experiences with a certain object, like say a child mistakes a piece of chalk for candy and it was this experience that Kitten has that made this book extremely relatable to everyone who had mistaken objects for something else Kevin Henkes illustrations are truly beautiful and adorable as Kevin Henkes draws the Kitten in an extremely cute manner that my heart literally melted whenever I keep seeing an image of the little white kitten I also loved the background images in the story as they truly looking dazzling, especially the scene where Kitten is running through the fields and you can see flowers and tall grass as she approaches them The black and white colorings of the images make this book extremely fascinating to look at as it made the images look both dramatic and effective at the same time image error Simple, sweet story with Caldecott winning cuddly charcoal style artwork about a kitten who, in her wide eyed innocence, mistaken a full moon for a bowl of milk The ensuing adventure is full of mistakes and disappointment but a welcome treat is waiting for her at the end of it all What a lot of adventures an unsupervised kitten can have I spent the nights of the mid Autumn moon and full moon in a row with this lovely kitten I will always watch the moon with her around the time of full moon. |FREE DOWNLOAD ♵ Kitten's First Full Moon ♗ The Nationally Bestselling Picture Book About A Kitten, The Moon, And A Bowl Of Milk, Written By The Celebrated Author And Illustrator Kevin Henkes, Was Awarded A Caldecott MedalFrom One Of The Most Celebrated And Beloved Picture Book Creators Working In The Field Today Comes A Memorable New Character And A Suspenseful Adventure Just Right For Reading And Sharing At Home And In The Classroom It Is Kitten S First Full Moon, And When She Sees It She Thinks It Is A Bowl Of Milk In The Sky And She Wants It Does She Get It Well, No And Yes What A Night A Brief Text, Large Type, And Luminescent Pictures Play Second Fiddle To The Star Of This Classic Picture Book Brave, Sweet And Lucky Kitten Henkes S Text, Reminiscent Of Margaret Wise Brown S Work In The Elemental Words, Rhythms, And Appealing Sounds, Tells A Warm, Humorous Story That S Beautifully Extended In His Shimmering, Gray Toned Artwork ALA BooklistWinner Of The Caldecott Medal, An ALA Notable Book, A New York Times Best Illustrated Book, And Winner Of The Charlotte Zolotow AwardSupports The Common Core State Standards Very cute story The kids loved it I love this book so very much The story is about a cute, innocent minded kitten who mistakes the moon for a bowl of milk This naive kitten captured my heart through the authors illustrations of imagination and curiosity that reminds me of my kitten at home This story is one that I will definitely read to my children in the future. Grade Level K 1 Beginning K would be able to listen and then eventually read and 1 would be able to read independently Henkes uses interesting artistic angles in the story His lack of color provides a nice night time atmosphere It allows the reader to focus mainly on the kitten and the moon, the two basic things in the story Also, the moon seems to grow and get larger each page as the kitten appears to try to get closer to the moon The thick blank lines give the story a child like, fun appeal The text in the story is broken up very well so that even new readers don t feel overwhelmed by the large about of text on each page Also, the use of exclamation points and question marks is a nice addition to a book level that usually doesn t add too many of these points The child appeal in the story obviously comes a great deal through the kitten Animals appeal to a wide range of children, and the common story of a kitten and a saucer of milk is known by many children The underdog story comes out in his book as children would root for the kitten to reach beyond and get a hold of the moon milk I believe that this was a very effective book for the age range it is meant for The cute kitten story draws the children in, but the quality text and good story line makes it a creditable story.Content Connections Language Arts and ScienceHow To Use In Classroom I would incorporate this story into a solar system and space study unit in a basic format As a teacher, the story could be read a loud and then a discussion could be done about the distance of the moon Could the kitten really reach the moon Why not