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[Reading] ➽ The Black and White Factory Author Eric Telchin – Webpolitics.us

The Black and White Factory Welcome To The Black And White Factory Penguin, Zebra, And Panda Will Take You On A Top Secret Tour To See Some Black And White Products That Are Made Here, Like Salt And Pepper Shakers, Dice, Half Decks Of Playing Cards Only Spades And Clubs , Chess Pieces, And Tuxedos, In Addition To A Few Special Experimental Projects There Are A Few Rules, Though No Messes No Colors No Surprises Allowed EVER But When The Tour Gets To The Bar Code Room, Some Color Has Seeped In It S Up To The Reader To Try And Rub It Off And Tilt The Book So That It Comes Off, But Nothing Works The Animals Then Use A Giant Cleaning Contraption And Need You To Help Blow Into The Nozzle To Power The Machine, And It Starts To Work But There S Too Much Color To Clean, And It Blows Color All Over The Factory And The Animals Love It But Of Course, They Ll Have To Change The Rules A Bit Now.

[Reading] ➽ The Black and White Factory  Author Eric Telchin – Webpolitics.us
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • The Black and White Factory
  • Eric Telchin
  • English
  • 25 November 2018
  • 9781499802771

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➽ The Black and White Factory Author Eric Telchin – Webpolitics.us


  1. says:

    The Black and White Factory Eric Telchin, Diego Funck Another crazy meta book like Press Here As much as little kids love doing things with books, I bet they love this I did It delights me to see people trying new things with bo...


  2. says:

    Intereactive All tour of the black and white factory, but no colors, messes, or surprises allowed Ever In the end they are very colorful.


  3. says:

    This book is so cute It reminded me of the Push Here book with all of the colors, rubbing out colors, smudging, and spinning Loved


  4. says:

    Bella, do you look like Isaac children respond How about you Sam Do you look like me Or Naomi Or anyone else children respond Why is that children respond Would you like it if we all looked the same children respond Imagine a world where everything was the same It would be a bit boring wouldn t it That s what our characters are about to discover in The Black and White Factory Opening moves Raise interest in a topic.Lay the groundwork for the children s understanding of diverse people.Invi...


  5. says:

    Welcome to the Black and White factory where everything they make is black a white dominoes, checkered paint, zebra stripes, and bar codes Oh no Is that COLOR in the black and white factory But the rules forbid color, messes, and surprises explicitly What will they do This is a cute book that my kids have made me read several dozen times It starts off very formal and stiff as a panda, penguin, and zebra start walking you through their spotless, colorless factory It takes a tool from the Press Here toolbox as the reader is asked to interact with the book several times As color starts to leak into the factory, the book gets and chaotic, until it s a swirl of bright colors.The Black and White Factory is a celebration of color, mess, and letting loose It encourages readers to l...


  6. says:

    Age Preschool KindergartenConcept Skill ColorsPanda, Penguin, and Zebra invite the reader listener to tour their black and white factory with ZERO color and NO surprises When a bit of color appears out of nowhere how I wish it had an origin stor...


  7. says:

    Grades Pre K to 2 Kids are invited to tour the factory where everything is black and white, no messes and no surprises Except that THIS tour is very different and the characters need the reader s help.


  8. says:

    My kids really liked this book, at which I was kind of surprised I thought they might think it was for smaller kids Of course, they like when I do voices, and I had a great time with the uptight panda, penguin, and zebra We also liked some of the little visual jokes.I put it on hold at the library because of its comparison to Press Here, and don t think it stands up to the comparison in terms of the interactive nature of the book Although obviously our manipulation of the book couldn t really make things happen in the book, other books have done a better job of making it seem like the reader is impacting thingsOn the other hand, completely randomly we ended up reading the The Liszts by Kyo Maclear the same night, and had a great opportunity to talk about how they both basically had the same story the main characters are rigid and set in their ways here BW only, no fun, no surprises there, their lives ruled by their lists , and then someone here the reader, there a myste...


  9. says:

    In the vein of Herve Tullet, this book requires a little interaction Some detailed illustrations mean it would be a little better as a one on one or small group read I look forward to trying it with a group of story time pros Make sure no kids have the germs when you read this.


  10. says:

    I feel as if we are seeing so many of these interactive books now hooray that when they cross my desk I am getting burnt out boo This is good for the older reader, and one on one reading, and I am just not going to write a rave review of it Other people have done that quite well.

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