by Jodi Huelin
In this book, the main character Harold grabs his infamous purple crayon, which is a repeating item throughout the series of these books. Using his purple crayon, Harold explores and explains the opposites in his world. This book is connected to the curriculum because it helps students identify and understand description words as well as opposites. My personal reaction to the book is that it would be a great supplement to any English lesson in elementary grades that cover opposites and descriptive words. The visual appeal throughout this book is a great one for me, as I felt that the picture were vivid and showed what was going on in the words on the pages. The pictures were interesting and would keep a child's attention on the book and also help them to visualize what was occurring in the story. The intended audience for this book is one of elementary aged children, ranging from 4-7.
|Title||Harold and the Purple Crayon|
|eBook format||Unknown Binding, (torrent)|
|File size||7.4 Mb|
|Book rating||4.36 (11 votes)