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The OK Book

The OK Book

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I loved reading this book! From the simple illustrations to made-up words and strong message at the end. Rosenthal ingeniously personified the word OK and made the character easily accessible with the easy language and flow of the story. I appreciated the end the most! After the journey with OK, we are left wanting to go on our own adventure to being great! The message is clear for adults and students; it affirms our doubts about mediocrity while pushing us to be better. It’s one of the perks of the android device owners to get access to Google’s services and platforms. And you know the platform is authentic when it is issued by Google itself. If you are an android owner whether you have a mobile phone or tablet, you can easily get access to the Google marketplace and especially the Google eBookstore. I liked that the story not only encouraged readers to try new things, but also to keep doing them even if they aren't great at them right away. Lots of worthwhile things take practice and time and that's okay! In a society where people strive to great at just about everything, it was refreshing to read a book about being just ok! In this book, OK is the main character. He tells the tale of how he is ok at lots of things. The story is enhanced by the creatively simplistic pictures of OK doing various things (playing soccer, singing, etc.). In the story, you can tell that OK is ok with being average things. But, he ends the story with the hope of one day being great at somethings and enjoying the adventure along the way.

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For all the immense profundity of picture books and its relevance across age groups I, for one, discovered the beauties not very early in life. However, my ravenous appetite has me gorging them at a rapid rate. I have to admit it intrigues how a younger version of me would have responded to the wisdom and silent encouragement these books provide. Working with children to a certain extent has compensated for any loss that I may feel. With spare yet comforting illustrations and text, bestselling duo Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld celebrate the real skills and talents children possess, encouraging and empowering them to discover their own individual strengths and personalities. I read this book to my students as a part of the Global Read Aloud program this year. After reading the book, we had a brief discussion about being ok at some things. We talked about how it is okay to be okay at some things, how fun it is to try new things, and that you can work really hard if you want to be great at something. I wanted them to know that you don’t have to be great at everything that you do. But, if you want to do something well, it will take time and hard work! After our discussion, I had the students make their own OK book. In the book, they told three things they were ok at. I had them follow the author’s writing by saying “I am an okay (ex. grass dancer).” I also challenged them to draw their illustrations like the author using the OK as their person. At the end of their book they wrote one thing they would like to do well and how they could get there. The book ends with the best quote in the story: “One day, I’ll grow up to be really excellent at something. I don’t know what it is yet…but I sure am having fun figuring it out!” This is such a great story to teach about risk-taking, hard work, growth mindset, and just being the best you! You will never be asked to pay to use our online resource. Period. Look on us as your free 24-hour door-to-door book delivery service, where you can choose from over 3000 pdf books in a wide range of genres, suitable for all devices. And you won't have to pay a single penny ... zilch, nada, gratis, nowt!From the team that created the bestselling I Wish You More, this is a motivational picture book for exceptionally OK children! This book is very simply but the message it sends is a good one. My kids and students often feel they always have to be good at everything. In reality, we are ok at a lot of things and when we're young we need to realize that the fun is in trying all sorts of things. I can't juggle, I haven't figured out how to flip a pancake without feeding the dog, I'm at the mercy of the hill while sledding, and many more realizations that as an adult, I'm still only okay (or awful) at some of these things. But, I can still have fun trying.

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In this clever and literal play on words, OK is turned on its side, upside down, and right side up to show that being OK can really be quite great. Whether OK personifies an OK skipper, an OK climber, an OK lightning bug catcher, or an OK whatever there is to experience, ok is an OK place to be. And being OK just may lead to the discovery of what makes one great. The simple drawings offer an excellent extension opportunity: try to draw "OK" doing something. (It's fine if the picture turns out "just okay.") For three, four, and five year olds discovering letters for the first time, this book is a great way to get thinking about letter formation and text awareness.With spare yet comforting illustrations and text, Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld celebrate the real skills and talents children possess, encouraging and empowering them to discover their own individual strengths and personalities.

The OK Book – HarperCollins

In this clever and visual play on words, OK is turned sideways, upside down, and right side up to show that being OK can really be quite great. A child shares all the various things that they are ok at, and how they are satisfied with being at this level at this time knowing someday in the future they'll be excellent at something and that this is the process of figuring out what.



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