Mary Had a Little Lamb

Mary Had a Little Lamb Mary had a little lamb its fleece was white as snow And everywhere that Mary went the lamb was sure to go It follows her to school one day and then the fun really starts Illustrations rendered in ac

  • Title: Mary Had a Little Lamb
  • Author: Sarah Josepha Hale Tomie dePaola
  • ISBN: 9780862640927
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as snow And everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go It follows her to school one day and then the fun really starts Illustrations rendered in acrylic, gouache, and fabric collage bring a fresh look to this classic children s nursery rhyme A note about the poem s origin is included.

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    1. midnightfaerie

      We got a themed box of books from the library about Farms and this was one of the books. All my kids enjoyed this one. Not a whole lot of substance but wonderful photographs with adorable lambs in them. Something my beginner reader can read to his younger brothers and all enjoy.

    2. Michelle Rachitoff

      1. Awards the book has received (if any): None2. Appropriate grade level(s): Preschool - First Grade3. Original 3-line summary: This is a song about a girl named Mary who has a lamb. This lamb follows Mary everywhere she goes, especially to school. Mary loves the lamb and the lamb loves Mary too. 4. Original 3-line review: This is a classic song that young students learn rather quickly. It is a great way to introduce songs and nursery rhymes to students. They will be able to follow along and rep [...]

    3. Daisy

      Grades: Toddlers-Kindergartensummary: Mary had a little lamb who lovedher so much that it followed her all the way to school and everywhere she went. The rhythm of Mary had a little lamb is seen in various other poems and songs therefore its essential to have this nursery rhyme in your library especially the one illustrated by Tomie de Paola.Review: Mary had a little lamb is one of the first few nursery rhymes children in the US learn. This nursery rhyme introduces rhythm and repetition. uses: l [...]

    4. Hope McCabe

      1. Awards: None2. Preschool3. This nursery rhyme book follows the traditional lines, with a little twist! There is Mary and her little lamb who follows her everywhere she goes. And one day, the lamb even followed Mary to school!4. This version of Mary Had a Little Lamb is so adorably written. The pictures are inviting and warm. The implementation of Mary going to school also makes this book much more relevant. 5. In the classroom:The children will love to sing and rhyme along to this song, so in [...]

    5. Dollerk1

      In this story is about a girl, Mary has a lamb as a pet. The lamb has white wool and follows Mary where ever she goes. This story shows the relationship that Mary has with her “little lamb”. It can also have a religious twist, if you think of the lamb as Jesus.

    6. Erin

      The colorful and updated illustrations of this classic song make this book great for preschool or toddler storytimes.

    7. Janet

      The Mother Goose rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb" done in typical Tomie DePaola illustrations. In this board book some of the illustrations seem a little dark and dreary. Not one of my more favorites of dePaola's.

    8. Theresa

      1. Mary Had a Little Lamb did not have an award2. For this version of the book, the appropriate grade levels would be preschool and kindergarten.3. Mary has a little lamb that follows her around. Mary brought the lamb to school but the teacher says he cannot stay so, the lamb just waited for Mary outside. Mary's classmates asked why the lamb likes Mary and the teacher said it is because Mary is kind to the lamb.4. This version of the book was very fun to read because half of these pages consist [...]

    9. Cara Hanson

      Awards: noneAppropriate Grade Levels: Pre-kindergarten to 1st gradeSummary: Mary Had a Little Lamb pays homage to the original (1800s) version of the nursery rhyme. The rhyme is presented using it's original verses and using photo-illustrations. It's also accompanied by the interesting history of the poem from it's New England roots.Review: This book presents the popular nursery rhyme in an unusual way. The photo-illustrations of Mary and her lamb and the original verse inspires readers to think [...]

    10. Jennifer

      This is classic Mary had a Little Lamb, so commenting on the actual poem is not really necessary. The poem is pretty much exactly as everyone remembers it, just without the repetitions. I enjoy bringing pictures in with nursery rhymes because it helps my daughter feel likes he is reading by singing along with the words. I like seeing that she is excited by books.This version of Mary had a Little Lamb includes fun cartoonish drawings. I just love the lamb. The expressions on the lambs face are br [...]

    11. Shenice Martin

      Award: NoneGrade Level: 1Summary: A very popular nursery rhyme about a girl and her pet lamb. One day as Mary goes to school the lamb follows and causes the other children to laugh. The teacher puts the lamb outside and it waits for Mary until school was over.Review:I love this nursery rhyme because it demonstrates the love between an animal and it owner. It is fun and playful. I definitely recommend. Uses:A possible use for this book is to use it as an ice breaker to get children to talk about [...]

    12. Liviania

      The text of MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB is the poem written by Sarah Josepha Hale in the 1830s, which is slightly different than the children's song still popular today. It's basically the same, but some lines might trip kids (and perhaps even their guardians up). I know it took me a second to parse "And you each gentle animal in confidence may bind, and make them follow at your call, if you are always kind."But my niece loves to sing "Mary Had a Little Lamb," so I think she'll enjoy this book. Laura [...]

    13. Terry

      Young Reader Reaction: My daughter loved this book in part because she is so familiar with the rhyme. She liked being able to say the rhyme while I read the book and enjoyed seeing the pictures that went with it. This is a book she asked to read again.Pros: Children will enjoy reciting this familiar nursery rhyme and looking at how it is illustrated. For some, it will introduce more verses than what they're used to. Read our full review and add yours at The Reading Tub®.

    14. Amanda

      Awards: NoneGrades: Pre-K through 1stSummary: Mary has a little lamb that follows her everywhere she goes. One day Mary brings the lamb to school, but the teacher says he cannot stay. Everyone learns that the lamb follows Mary because she is kind.Review: I enjoyed this version of Mary Had a Little Lamb. Each page had one line of the classic poem/song with picture that matched what was happening in the story. The text was large and easy to read, making this a great book for beginning readers.In C [...]

    15. Mary Sesar

      This would be a great sing along for younger students. I would use this book in the classroom to incorporate music in the classroom. The book has the well known musical rhyme that kids could sing along to. In the end, it tells why the little lamb followed Mary everywhere and it concluded with because Mary was kind to the lamb. This could be used to teach children that kindness goes a long way.

    16. Alyssa Williams

      "Mary Had a Little Lamb" is a classic poetry children's book. Mary, a little girl, goes to school and the lamb follows her. In fact, the lamb follows her everywhere. This poem is a famous nursery rhyme that is still read today. Also, students and adults sing "Mary Had a Little Lamb" in the classroom. This could be used in the classroom during a unit of poetry. This poem could be used as early as Kindergarten. As a teacher, you could also use the song for additional fun in the classroom.

    17. Sara

      Mary Had a Little Lamb by Sarah Josephina Hale and Illustrated by Laura Hulliska-Beith is a fantastic extended version of Mary Had a Little Lamb. My students adored listening to the new verses that I sang after the first traditional version. While they liked the book I don't think it's one that they're going to be asking for again and again like some of my other folk song books.I recommend this book for kids 4-8

    18. Oznasia

      It's good for children to know the old nursery rhymes and they're useful as early readers. This one gives the full version with an extra verse to the one I knew. Plus, it also gives historical information. It's worth having. It's illustrated with photographs. They're OK but not quite up to the quality I'd expect to find illustrating a picture book.

    19. Rubi

      I enjoyed the bit of history behind the famous song and it's author included in this edition, and as always I loved Tomie dePaola's illustrations. I've never seen Mary Had a Little Lamb thus illustrated, and it was cute to see the song/poem come to life through his drawings :)Mary Had a Little Lamb will always be a classic

    20. Claire

      Love Tomie De Paola's illustrations for this classic nursery rhyme! And it's a board book too--perfect for enthusiastic little "readers." However, considering the audience, the last verse seems a bit abstruse:'And you each gentle animalIn confidence may bind,And make them follow at your call,If you are always kind.'Early start on complicated grammatical constructions? Can't hurt, I guess.

    21. Lauren Brown

      I liked this book. It is just like the poem or song. You could use this book to show a visual of the song if you are trying to teach it to your students. Its about a girl who has a lamb and it followed her to school one day. The teacher sent it out of the school house where it waited all day until she got out of school. I would recommend this book to read with young children.

    22. Anna Loeppky

      This book is excellent for early readers especially ones who like music. This book gives pictures to the normal song of Mary Had a Little Lamb. The illustration is not my favorite which is why I would give it a three. It has the stitching or cloth illustration which is not my personal favorite type.

    23. Micayla Johnson

      I like this book. I picked it because of how cute the picture was on the front. The pictures are not the typical pictures you would see in a children's book, as they are not animated. This book is just they traditional "Mary Had A Little Lamb" story. This book is just a fun book for kids to read.

    24. Dominique Maderitz

      This book was an older poem brought to new light. I liked this story and think it would be a good book to allow children to read on their own. Also using this book and other nursery rhymes would be fun in a classroom.

    25. Amberly

      This book uses the classic nursery rhyme Mary Had a Little Lamb, attributed to Sarah Josepha Hale, paired with lovely illustrations by Laura Huliska-Beith. An excellent book to use during a nursery rhyme unit, particularly in Kindergarten.

    26. Dolly

      The classic rhyme that we all learn as children in its entire length, accompanied by the Tomie dePaola's inimitable illustrations. We really enjoyed the book, especially the historical depictions of children in school.

    27. David

      Instead of pictures of fabric. It would have been better to have a real fabric book. Not sure if that is possible. But this story is not really about a new twist on an old tale. It's about crafty images.

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