Flutter and Hum / Aleteo y Zumbido

About the Author: Julie Paschkis

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Flutter and Hum / Aleteo y Zumbido
  • Julie Paschkis
  • 02 October 2018
  • 1627791035

Flutter and Hum / Aleteo y Zumbido All Sorts Of Animals Flutter And Hum, Dance And Stretch, And Slither And Leap Their Way Through This Joyful Collection Of Poems In English And Spanish Julie Paschkis S Poems And Art Sing In Both Languages, Bringing Out The Beauty And Playfulness Of The Animal World

10 thoughts on “Flutter and Hum / Aleteo y Zumbido

  1. Stephanie ((Strazzybooks)) says:

    Charming poems, beautiful illustrations I loved the play with Spanish and English, especially the perfectly chosen words hidden in the artwork.

  2. Laura Harrison says:

    We are living in a new golden age of children s picture books Every time I think I have just discovered a new classic I find a brand new title I am in love with Flutter and Hum is simply gorgeous 12 poems in English and in Spanish So creative and warm The earth tones are spectacular Possibly Julie Paschkis best work so far.

  3. Alexandra Ibberson says:

    This is a book of poems by Julie Paschkis All the poems are about animals The poems are written in both English and Spanish Because the poems are simple and they are about a wide variety of interesting animals, they would appeal to younger children Many of the poems are alliterative or rhyming and they are silly and fun for kids I really love how the poems are offered in both languages Children can be exposed to a new language and bilingual children will enjoy having the poems in both thei This is a book of poems by Julie Paschkis All the poems are about animals The poems are written in both English and Spanish Because the poems are simple and they are about a wide variety of interesting animals, they would appeal to younger children Many of the poems are alliterative or rhyming and they are silly and fun for kids I really love how the poems are offered in both languages Children can be exposed to a new language and bilingual children will enjoy having the poems in both their home language and another language In addition, the illustrations are colorful and quite beautiful

  4. Deania says:

    A good poem book It is in English and Spanish which is good for those who who are bilingual The pictures are good and there are words written on the pages on leaves and other items in the book.

  5. Chris says:

    Ah, Julie Paschkis One of my all time favorite illustrators And in this gorgeous picture book, she wrote all the poems, too in two languages Some of them just sang out to me Others didn t She wrote them first in Spanish, then translated to English Her illustrations are luscious A feast for the eyes The few poems that weren t fives for me sounded GREAT in Spanish, even though I couldn t understand a word

  6. Kaila says:

    My students engaged in this book during the lessons on parts of speech I had already taught the lesson, but I wanted to close using some type of text that I knew would stick with the kids It is an easy read and the students in my first grade class was able to manage using this book in the lesson.

  7. Mary Ann says:

    Love the simple poems with delightfully playful figurative language in both English and Spanish.Here s my favorite DOG The shaggy dogwiggles, wigglessquirmsand leaps.His wagging tailfans wild happiness into the wide world.

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  9. Sunah Chung says:

    The poems in relation to animals were written in English and Spanish By juxtaposing two versions of poems on each page, readers could enjoy each poem in two languages with exotic illustrations As someone who has not learned Spanish, I could not read the Spanish version But I could recognize the similar words in English which may have the same origin of a word such as snake, serpent, and la serpiente It was also interesting for me that the author is neither a poet nor a native Spanish speake The poems in relation to animals were written in English and Spanish By juxtaposing two versions of poems on each page, readers could enjoy each poem in two languages with exotic illustrations As someone who has not learned Spanish, I could not read the Spanish version But I could recognize the similar words in English which may have the same origin of a word such as snake, serpent, and la serpiente It was also interesting for me that the author is neither a poet nor a native Spanish speaker Julie Paschkis wrote the poem in Spanish first, and then translated it in English I admire her enthusiasm to learn new language and write a poem Illustrations of the poems are smoothly connected to the texts in two languages I bet the illustrations also reflect the Spanish cultures which look exotic from my perspective and encourage me to give 5 stars to this picture book Diverse vocabularies are embedded in illustrations as well My favorite poems in this book are titled in Crow, Owl, and Fish I hope to readpicture books which adopt diverse languages and cultures

  10. Shaye Miller says:

    Julie Paschkis was both the author and illustrator of this book And the art work, alone, makes this book delightful Interestingly enough, she claims she s not a poet Further, even though English is her primary language, she wrote the first draft of each poem in Spanish She says, My English isflexible, so it came second The illustrations are done with Winsor Newton gouache on Arches paper She includes a number of English and Spanish words mixed and hidden within the art wo Julie Paschkis was both the author and illustrator of this book And the art work, alone, makes this book delightful Interestingly enough, she claims she s not a poet Further, even though English is her primary language, she wrote the first draft of each poem in Spanish She says, My English isflexible, so it came second The illustrations are done with Winsor Newton gouache on Arches paper She includes a number of English and Spanish words mixed and hidden within the art work If I could, I would probably give this book a 4.5 I taught a number of elementary classrooms with a high percentage of Hispanic students and I would have loved to have this book back in the day Very enjoyable