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Could Be Worse
by Spoken Arts
Written in English
|Contributions||Randy Kaye (Narrator)|
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In reading It Could Be Worse,You Could Be Me, I could not believe that I had found the musings of a kindred spirit. Since the author is twenty years younger than I, . Age group: Age 3 and older - It Could Always Be Worse. Age 5 and older - Terrible, Terrible. Time frame: 75 minutes. Synopsis. In It Could Always Be Worse, an award winning retelling of a Yiddish folktale, a poor unfortunate man lives with his 6 children, his mother, and his wife in a .
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Very funny book and the phrase "Could be worse!" will catch on in your household. Encourages storytelling and humor. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. j l martinez. out of 5 stars Perfect gift for a kindergarten teacher.
Reviewed in the United States on Janu Cited by: 5. "Could be Worse!" is a great book for any child growing up. I really liked the message and how fun this book is. The pictures are amazing and the comic book style of this book. Every child should read this book at least once. flag Like see review.
Rachael rated it really liked it/5. I could relate to the grandpa in the story - he seemed identical to mine. I enjoyed Stevenson's imagination and creativity and still appreciate the life message "could be worse" as an adult.
Having read this book helped me through some of life's greatest challenges knowing that no matter how bad things seem, it truly COULD BE WORSE!!!Cited by: 5. It Could Always Be Worse is a New York Times Book Review Notable Children's Book of the Year and Outstanding Book of the Year, and a Caldecott Honor Book.
Explore our editors' picks for the best kids' books of the month. See which new books our Cited by: 4. Could Be Worse. by James Stevenson. "I think a worse-case scenario could be worse than coronavirus." Preston is the author of the book, "The Hot Zone: The Terrifying True Story of the Origins of the Ebola Virus." It was the.
It Could Always Be Worse: A Yiddish folk tale (Farrar Straus Giroux, ) retold and with pictures by Margot Zemach (a Caldecott Medalist for Duffy and the Devil: a Cornish tale and a Caldecott Honor winner for The Judge: An Untrue Tale and for this title) examines the life of a man believing he has reached his limits/5.
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It Could Be Worse. A long time ago, there was a family that lived happily in a small, quiet house in Poland. One day they learned that the grandparents were coming to live with them. The child was very excited about this, and so were the parents. But. It could be worse.” I cannot wait for Book 9 (and #10) but I have patience as I know how hard Diana works at writing these, all the researching, etc.
so you don’t rush a good thing. I will be sad to see the major books come to an end, but am very excited for these other projects – as in Master Raymond and Jamie’s parents. It Could Always Be Worse is a New York Times Book Review Notable Children's Book of the Year and Outstanding Book of the Year, and a Caldecott Honor by: 4.
Book Wizard; Could Be Worse. By James Stevenson, James Stevenson. Grades. PreK-K, J. Genre. Fiction. Everything is always the same at Grandpa's house, even the things he says--until one unusual morning. Everything is always the same at Grandpa's house, even the things he says--until one unusual morning.
SAVE TO LIST. Buy a cheap copy of It Could Always Be Worse: A Yiddish Folk book by Margot Zemach. FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Unable to stand his overcrowded and noisy home any longer, a poor man goes to the Rabbi for advice.
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Finally, here's a hilarious book chock-full of creative, daring, gross, and terrible questions that reveal you and your friends' innermost thoughts on just what would be the worst thing ever. From gross meals (eat a spider or eat a cockroach?) to fantastically horrifying worst case scenarios (trapped.
“It Could be Worse,” is an old Yiddish folktale that has been told for many, many years. The story centers on a poor man who is unhappy because his house is too small for his family. He goes to the village wise man to ask for advice, and the wise man tells him to fill up with house with animals.
He does as he is told, and things are much worse. Great book to use to teach students to stop complaining because it could always be worse. Read full review. Other editions - View all "Could Be Worse!" James Stevenson Limited preview - Could be Worse.
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