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Matt de la Pena Ì 9 Free download Read Å E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Matt de la Pena Free download Last Stop on Market Street 109 Colby Why doesn’t he have an iPod like the boys on the bus How come they always have to get off in the dirty part of town Each u. A bit to didactic for my taste but it is undeniably a great tool to encourage many conversations with your child about how diverse people are My son was endlessly fascinated by the guy covered in tattoos To A Strange Somewhere Fled part of town Each u. A bit to didactic for my taste but it is undeniably a great tool to encourage many conversations with your child about how diverse Gods and Warriors people are My son was endlessly fascinated by the guy covered in tattoos

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Matt de la Pena Ì 9 Free download Read Å E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Matt de la Pena Free download Last Stop on Market Street 109 Estion is met with an encouraging answer from grandma who helps him see the beauty and fun in their routine and the world around th. I have indeed much enjoyed the back and forth dialogue between young CJ and his grandmother And unlike readers who have been faulting Matt de la Pena for penning their conversations in a non standard American vernacular as a linguist I do much appreciate the representation of language as primarily oral and thus and yes not as universally standardised as this does not only add both colour and authenticity to the narrative of Last Stop on Market Street but importantly it also underlines that ALL language except perhaps certain artificially created lingoes such as Esperanto originally were and generally still are dialects of multiple variation and that it is in fact these dialects these oral vernaculars that both enable that cause language change language development and evolution and NOT what is generally considered the written norm in other words without the various parlances of the peoples there would also not be for example standard written English German French Italian Spanish etcBut while I have definitely enjoyed the general narrational set up of Last Stop on Market Street and do appreciate CJ s grandmother pointing out the many positives of his obviously inner city neighbourhood and that being friendly having a social conscience with the two of them taking a bus after church to volunteer at a local soup kitchen are generally important and essential than material wealth such as owning vehicles iPods and the like I also tend to think that the grandmother is at times just a bit too insistent on knowing one s place in society and not striving to achieve Because while I do happen to agree with the message that too much materialism is not all that inherently wonderful the grandmother s attitude seems to almost suggest that CJ should not even dare to wish that his family had a car that wanting that desiring an iPod is somehow even very much wrong in and of itself And with that salient latter fact in mind I do and my general enjoyment of the textual presentation of Last Stop on Market Street uite notwithstanding kind of fault Matt de la Pena for verbally hitting us readers over our collective heads with his ideals of anti materialism of seeing beauty even in run down communities and neighbourhoods of promoting social responsibility I mean these are ALL philosophies with which I happen to most heartily and even very much adamantly AGREE but the lack of displayed subtlety and textual nuances does really bother me a bit as it kind of makes me feel as though I am reading a sermon And is a somewhat preachy sermon on the evils of materialism and that one needs to see beauty everywhere that being socially aware and conscious is a positive truly worth the 2016 Newbery Medal for Last Stop on Market StreetNow with regard to Christian Robinson s accompanying illustrations which also won a 2016 Caldecott Honour designation for Last Stop on Market Street while I do absolutely adore and love the colours used and how the city in both its positives and negatives is generally so vibrantly and emotionally glowingly depicted I do find the presented human figures a bit too one dimensional and emotionally stagnant a bit too cartoony for my personal tastes However and that all being said Robinson s pictorial renderings do work very well with Matt de la Pena s narrative both reflecting and at times expanding on the latter s printed words and I can thus much understand how many have found Last Stop on Market Street a successful and wonderful combination of text and images although I for one do personally rather wish that Christian Robinson s illustrations were a trifle less naive and move detailed rounded and expansive in visual scope And sorry I did and do find that white head covering CJ s grandmother is wearing a trifle strange and distracting as it almost feels as though it has been added by the illustrator as somewhat of an after thought it just feels a bit artificial and superimposed and if that white headdress is supposed to actually represent the 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actually represent the grandmother s hair well to my eyes it sure does not really look like hair

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Matt de la Pena Ì 9 Free download Read Å E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Matt de la Pena Free download Last Stop on Market Street 109 Every Sunday after church CJ and his grandma ride the bus across town But today CJ wonders why they don't own a car like his friend. So I should be honest and say that this review isn t really about this book as much as it is about my disappointment in the Newbery committee s decision This is a nice picture book and it represents all of the underrepresented groups that we re all looking to see in literature for kids It s a sweet earnest thing Maybe a little didactic for my taste The book takes on a big difficult idea And it handles it pretty nicely For a picture book For four year olds Up to eight if you go by the publisher s marketing materials I am a huge believer in the importance of picture books and for the great ones I don t think there s any limit to the top of the age range I m not prepared to go that far for this one But REALLY Newbery committee Really The most distinguished contribution to literature for children out of all the books of 2015 ok subject to residency reuirements etc If we want to investigate ideas of community and diversity if we want to find beauty in our surroundings no matter the difficulties we have to overcome certainly we can allow attention than a picture book affords And textual complexity maybe While the Caldecott for Hugo Cabret was a surprise that made sense to me this book just doesn t do what I need a Newbery book to do It doesn t challenge readers to engage with characters or ideas in a profound or extended way Obviously this is all only my opinion but it seems to me that the committee missed an opportunity here


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    [EBOOK DOWNLOAD] (Last Stop on Market Street) Matt de la Pena Ì 9 Free download Read Last Stop on Market Street Nana how come we don't got a car?Boy what do we need a car for? We got a bus that breathes fire and old Mr Dennis who always has a trick for youThis book is about a black little boy and his grandmother who live in The CityWHAT I LIK

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    [EBOOK DOWNLOAD] (Last Stop on Market Street) Read Last Stop on Market Street A bit to didactic for my taste but it is undeniably a great tool to encourage many conversations with your child about how diverse people are My son was endlessly fascinated by the guy covered in tattoos

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    [EBOOK DOWNLOAD] (Last Stop on Market Street) Beautiful Profound Colorful And AliveThis bookthis book is poetry I loved itLast Stop on Market Street tells the story of a little boy CJ and his Nana riding the bus We meet and experience personalities sounds and smells rig

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    Read Last Stop on Market Street [EBOOK DOWNLOAD] (Last Stop on Market Street) Read Å E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Matt de la Pena It no longer surprises me when I am not excited by the books that receive the prestigious Newbery and Caldecott Awards I am not excited by Last Stop on Market Street the 2016 Newbery Winner and Caldecott Honor book as well The illustrations are interesting but I found them predictable The storyline is sweet and with a grea

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    Read Å E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Matt de la Pena Matt de la Pena Ì 9 Free download [EBOOK DOWNLOAD] (Last Stop on Market Street) I have indeed much enjoyed the back and forth dialogue between young CJ and his grandmother And unlike readers who have been faulting Matt de la Pena for penning their conversations in a non standard American vernacular as a linguist I do much appreciate the representation of language as primarily oral and thus and yes not as universally standardised as this does not only add both colour and authenticity to the narrative

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    [EBOOK DOWNLOAD] (Last Stop on Market Street) In the two weeks since the ALA Awards were announced one very special picture book has suddenly found itself showered with accolades and thrust in the center of attention This book which was somewhat overshadowed in the past year received not only a Caldecott Honor but much to the surprise and even shock of many kid lit enthusias

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  • Hardcover
  • 32
  • Last Stop on Market Street
  • Matt de la Pena
  • English
  • 15 March 2020
  • 9780399257742