Who Is Melvin Bubble Who is this kid with the funny name Well that depends on who you ask Everybody who knows Melvin his mom his dad his best friend Jimmy his dog even Santa Claus the Tooth Fairy and the big ugly mo

  • Title: Who Is Melvin Bubble?
  • Author: Nick Bruel
  • ISBN: 9781596431164
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Who is this kid with the funny name Well, that depends on who you ask Everybody who knows Melvin his mom, his dad, his best friend Jimmy, his dog even Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and the big ugly monster with three eyes who lives in his closet have a different opinion This original and riotous picture book has a lot to say not only about Melvin, but also about perWho is this kid with the funny name Well, that depends on who you ask Everybody who knows Melvin his mom, his dad, his best friend Jimmy, his dog even Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and the big ugly monster with three eyes who lives in his closet have a different opinion This original and riotous picture book has a lot to say not only about Melvin, but also about perspective, point of view, and a six and a half year old s place in the world.

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    1. This is a book in which the narrator asks questions of many people and things to find out what "Melvin Bubble" is like. It is a good book to see how a variety of people view the same person in a different light. No two people described Melvin in the same way. This would be useful for working with students when talking about perspectives. This would be a great way to give examples of how the same topic is viewed in a variety of ways because people are not the same. Everyone has their own views an [...]

    2. Melvin's parents, teacher, dog, best friend and other characters in his life each weigh in on their opinion of Melvin, giving insight into his complete personality.Nick Bruel, author of the Bad Kitty/ Poor Puppy series, hits a home run here: this hilarious boook is great for teaching point of view or voice for grades 3-7, and a great read-aloud for all kids 6 and up.

    3. Loved this! Very clever and humorous. I can see all sorts of applications for this in the school setting - voice, perspective, concept of self - yet it's also the type of book students would enjoy reading on their own.

    4. I love this book! It's a funny collection of responses to the question, "Who is Melvin Bubble?" Answered from a variety of perspectives this is a great book to use when teaching point of view in writing.

    5. Wouldn't this make a cool writing project? Use the book as an anchor text, then have others add to a child's book!?

    6. #SelfImage #Opinions #YoungReaders #PictureBook #BookReview #ChildrensBooks #amreading Everyone see you as an extension of themselves, not the one you are. Deep ideas for Children!

    7. This is a great book for thinking about character traits and what we learn from other people about what someone says and does. It is interesting to learn what things you pick up as the same and different from the different opinions and how we can appear so different to different audiences. We are all looking for different things. This is also great to show how our background and purpose colors our opinions. This would be a great book for adults as well as students. Think before you speak and thi [...]

    8. This is an entertaining biography of a young boy. The narrative shows the perspective of different people (and animals) before finally getting it straight from the horse's (I mean Melvin's) mouth. The illustrations are cartoonish and humorous and I can see the similar style to Mr. Bruel's work on the Bad Kitty series. We enjoyed reading this book together.

    9. I liked the style of this book. It starts out with a letter from Jimmy to the author, Nick Bruel, asking him to write a book about Jimmy's best friend, Melvin Bubble. Mr. Bruel, being a nice guy, does and interviews parents, friends, pets and more to answer the question Who is Melvin Bubble?

    10. This book would be a great read for children. The illustrations are great and it would be fun to act out different voices for the children. An excellent curriculum activity would be something having to do with the other students. Depending on the age group, the students could either draw a picture of themselves and write about themselves as well. This would be a good correlation with the book.

    11. A very funny book by the author of Bad Kitty. Who is Melvin Bubble would be great for teaching point of view to your students!I recommend this title to readers of all ages who are looking for a laugh.

    12. Very cute, gets kids thinking about voice/tone and author's intent when writing vs. just listening without thought to a story. We'll see how my 2nd grade class's own "Who is?" books turn outough it's a bit too metacog for most of my caseload kids.

    13. Who is Melvin Bubble? Melvin's mom, dad, teacher, etc. each devote a page to answering that question in this delicious picture book. A great introduction to ideas of perspective and voice for grade school (or even older!) students.

    14. Author asks Melvin’s parents and friends, as well as his teddy bear, his dog, the monster in his closet, the Tooth Fairy, a talking zebra, and a purportedly magic rock for info on this kid. Good read-aloud for first grade.

    15. A very cute and original idea on how to write a children book! It was a breath of fresh air and super fun to read!!

    16. Just heard a mom reading this book to her two little boys and they were giggling like crazy. It was adorable! So i found another copy on the shelf, read it, and thought it was great!

    17. Various people in Melvin's life tell who they think Melvin is. The random zebra showing up on the pages was our favorite part of the book.

    18. I had the pleasure of listening to a live reading by the author himself. An adorable book; will appeal to boys and girls alike. (Keep an eye out for "The Big Book of Robots.")

    19. I think this will make a great mentor text for young writers! (And they'll enjoy reading everyone's description of Melvin!)

    20. My 6 1/2 year old loved this book and thought it quite fun. He's had me read it to him 5-6 times in the last couple weeks.

    21. Read this book to my son's first grade class and they loved it. Good silly fun. Also a great book to help kids think about the concept of perspective.

    22. Good for seeing an unknown person through the eyes of the people (real and imagined) who know Melvin. This could help a young child understand the identity crisis.

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