This is not my hat / Jon Klassen.
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- ISBN: 9780763655990
- ISBN: 0763655996
- Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 21 x 29 cm.
- Edition: 1st ed.
- Publisher: Somerville, Mass. : Candlewick Press, c2012.
A tiny minnow wearing a pale blue bowler hat has a ... Read More
Caldecott Medal book, 2013.
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|Subject:||Fishes > Fiction.
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- School Library Journal Reviews : SLJ Reviews 2012 September
PreS-Gr 1âWith this new creation, Klassen repeats the theme from I Want My Hat Back (Candlewick, 2011), but with a twist. The narrator here is the thief-a small, self-confident fish who has pilfered a little blue bowler from a big sleeping fish. He wastes no time or words in confessing his crime as he swims across the page announcing, "This hat is not mine. I just stole it." He continues his narrative with no regrets, but with a bit of rationalizing ("It was too small for him anyway.") as he swims to his hiding place, unaware that the big fish is in quiet pursuit. Readers, of course, are in on this little secret. When the two disappear into a spread filled with seaweed, the narration goes silent, and youngsters can easily surmise what happens as the big fish reemerges with the tiny blue bowler atop his head. Simplicity is key in both text and illustrations. The black underwater provides the perfect background for the mostly gray-toned fish and seaweed while the monochromatic palette strips the artwork down to essential, yet exquisite design. Movement is indicated with a trail of small white bubbles. This not-to-be-missed title will delight children again and again.âCarolyn Janssen, Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County, Cincinnati, OH[Page 116]. (c) Copyright 2012. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.