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ISBN: 0021790949
ISBN13: 978-0021790944
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: MACMILLAN / MCGRAW-HILL (1995)
ePUB size: 1367 kb
FB2 size: 1785 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 467
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Awesome book - our son loved Snow by the same author and now loves this book as well.
I bought 3 of these books for my kids, now 26,23 and 17. My oldest has a daughter of his own and wanted to pass it on, but the other 2 were so excited when I sent them one too! We spent many hours reading this until it was completely torn. We memorized it and create a game that helped in times of boredom. We would do a round robin of the characters and then create exciting places describing where the little boy in the story had gone to. It was a great way to learn the days of the week and also be creative.One Monday Morning
Tremendous book! Recommend it for anyone who knows a preschoolers - 2nd grader.
A little boy plays with a deck of cards on a dreary day in the city. The story that unfolds is still magic!
One of our favorites to read to our son. Now he can have a copy to read to his son. So glad it's still in print
This is a cute story. My first graders will enjoy reading it all by themselves. The book shipped quickly and was in great condition.
Uri Shulevitz it an exceptional author and illustrator. A quiet book, not for those who like rollicking or Disney-type books.
A little boy sits by a window in a dreary run-down neighborhood (most likely Alphabet City in NY) and dreams of colorful characters visiting his apartment. The neighborhood looks perpetually overcast and gray, as does everything inside and out. But the boy's imaginary characters are splendidly dressed in reds, blues, and yellows, and they march in every day looking for him.

"One Monday Morning" is an old book and hard to find. But it's ironic today, because it's all about a kid's imagination. Today, with babies watching TV in their rooms, and first graders being forced to read chapter books, we don't give kids enough time to "create." This book was from a time before all that, when kids were left to create things from their imagination, not a computer screen.

Maybe if kids were under less pressure in childhood, they would have more time to read books like these.