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Book Reviews:
Blake's Therapy by Ariel Dorfman
Bleach 8 by Tite Kubo
The Blithedale Romance by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Death's Acre by Bill Bass and John Jefferson
Click, Clack, Splish, Splash by Doreen Cronin
The Eight Nights of Hanukkah by Judy Nayer
Opposites by Eric Carle
Ladder of Years by Anne Tyler
A Little Twist of Texas by Linda Raven Moore
Mad About Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans
Nine Stories by J.D. Salinger
Olivia... And the Missing Toy by Ian Falconer
Olivia Forms a Band by Ian Falconer
On the First Night of Chanukah by Cecily Kaiser
Pat of Silver Bush by L. M. Montgomery
Teach Like Your Hair's on Fire by Rafe Esquith
Tom Sawyer, Detective by Mark Twain
Tommy's Tale by Alan Cumming
Velocity by Dean Koontz
Women of the Ukiyo-e by Ming-Ju Sun

FSF Reviews:
Balancing Accounts James L. Cambias
Bread and Circus by Steven Popkes
It's a Wonderful Life by Michaela Roessen
Mars: A Traveler's Guide by Ruth Nestvold
Memoirs of the Witch Queen by Ron Goulart
Mystery Hill by Wendy Walker
Petri Parousia by Matthew Hughes
Pride and Prometheus by John Kessel
The Quest for Creeping Charlie by James Powell
Retrospect by Ann Miller

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Caligula
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Comments for Eric Carle's Opposites

Eric Carle's OppositesEric Carle's Opposites: 01/05/08

Opposites is a new children's book by Eric Carle. This book is aimed at very young children as it teaches some fundamental opposites, all of them beautifully illustrated in Eric Carle's unique style.

Each pair of opposites is divided by a flap. Harriet and Sean both enjoy lifting the flap to see the second picture. The flaps, though, are a point of weakness in the book that can be prone to ripping during enthusiastic reading. I recommend only reading this book with parental supervision for the younger children.

The opposites taught in this book are:

  • day / night
  • up / down
  • young / old
  • short / long
  • awake / asleep
  • high / low
  • wet / dry

Books by Eric Carle reviewed here: (Click on a title to read reviews).

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Comment #1: Sunday, January, 20, 2008 at 13:53:43

Callista

I didn't know Eric Carle had an opposites book! I'll have to check it out."



Comment #2: Sunday, January, 20, 2008 at 11:42:22

Pussreboots

Opposites was only published last year."