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eBook Is It Larger? Is It Smaller? ePub

by Tana Hoban

  • ISBN: 0606115102
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Tana Hoban
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Demco Media; Reprint edition (April 1, 1997)
  • ePub book: 1465 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1102 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 854

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I like all the books by Tana Hoban. The photographs are wonderful and provide a great starting point for discussions with children about their mathematic understanding and I use to begin measurement lessons.

I like all the books by Tana Hoban.

Different items are compared on each page such as photographs of animals, objects and nature.

Hoban demonstrates once again her mastery of elements of composition, such as color

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Hoban created picture books out of photos that taught educational . Is It Larger? Is It Smaller? (1985). Is It Red? Is It Yellow? Is It Blue? (1978). Is It Rough? Is It Smooth?

Her early books were in black-and-white, but later books are in color. Is It Rough? Is It Smooth? Is It Shiny? (1984).

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Hoban demonstrates once again her mastery of elements of composition, such as color, texture, and balance. See our price match guarantee. See how a store is chosen for you. Pricing, promotions and availability may vary by location and at Target. Stores Find a Store Clinic Optical Pharmacy Photo Center.

As always, her choice of subjects represents a wonderful conjuction of eye and mind. See, for example, the rabbit's large ears against a little boy's smaller ones; the two large X's of a sawhorse picnic table with the four small X's of its benches stacked upside-down on the table; or the different measures of cake ingredients lined up in front of a partially-filled mixing bowl, being stirred.

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Tana Hoban (February 20, 1917 – January 27, 2006) was an American photographer and creator of children's books including many picture books without any words. Tana Hoban was born in Philadelphia to immigrants from Russia. Her father, an advertising manager for Jewish Daily World, encourage a career and enrolled her in art classes when she was very young. In 1938 she earned a fellowship to travel and study painting in Europe. 26 Letters and 99 Cents.

Is it smaller? by Tana Hoban. Published 1985 by Greenwillow Books in New York About the Book.

Photographs of animals and objects in larger and smaller sizes suggest comparisons between the two.

Comments

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As with the other TH books I have, this concept book works really well (my fav is Shapes Shapes Shapes, which I'd also recommend). Rather than explaining the concept, kids can see the idea. The fact that there are many versions of the idea makes it so your kids can have a positive experience, since once they get the idea, they can show you that they know it, over and over. The pictures are attractive, if a little 70s/80s.

This is also a great book to have around for early book-enjoyers, especially as something your kid can do while you're busy. I got this when my son was 1 and already enjoying books. Since there are no words in the book, he could look through it and experience it without me looking over his shoulder. A good alternative to, e.g., television, if you need a little break.
Inertedub Inertedub
Great comparison book. The pictures are excellent!
Elildelm Elildelm
This book has great pictures! It is perfect for my 1st graders to help explore the world around them. We even used it for a measuring activity.
Whiteflame Whiteflame
A simple book about relative sizes. A book that enables discussion about the world between a child and a care giver.
Oparae Oparae
I like all the books by Tana Hoban. The photographs are wonderful and provide a great starting point for discussions with children about their mathematic understanding and I use to begin measurement lessons.
Bukus Bukus
There are no words in this book. The pictures too are pretty lame.