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[[ Read Epub ]] é A Circle of Friends · In this wordless story about a circle of kindness, a boy leaves the lion s share of his fresh muffin with a homeless man sleeping on a park bench When the man awakes, he shares crumbs with two birds that feed them to a fledgling This wordless picture book would be great to share with students to teach about caring, doing good deeds, and sharing I think it can be used for multiple grades, but the main lesson being that good deeds get paid forward, and if you help someone, it will somehow be paid forward Eventually, many people will benefit from the one good deed you did, and it will eventually come back to help you I think there are numerous lessons that could go along with this book at any age. Summary This wordless picture book begins with a boy receiving money from his mother He purchases food with the money and decides to share his food with a man that is homeless As a result, it snowballs into a pay it forward situation as the homeless man then shares some of his crumbs with the birds Eventually, the circle of kindness makes it all the way back to the boy.Evaluation I really like how this book is black and white except for a small pop of color in each picture There is enoug Summary This wordless picture book begins with a boy receiving money from his mother He purchases food with the money and decides to share his food with a man that is homeless As a result, it snowballs into a pay it forward situation as the homeless man then shares some of his crumbs with the birds Eventually, the circle of kindness makes it all the way back to the boy.Evaluation I really like how this book is black and white except for a small pop of color in each picture There is enough detail on each page for the reader to really think about what is happening in the story without needing any text to go with it While I enjoyed this book, it would not be one of my first recommendations for a wordless picture book.Teaching Idea I would use this to teach students how to determine the importance from each page Since there are no words students will only have the illustrations to use This may be a good book to start out with when teaching students how to determine importance Then, you can scaffold to using stories that have text for the students to sift through One book with a similar theme that has text and may be helpful for scaffolding is Fly Free by Roseanne Thong Circle of Friends is a touching story of generosity about a little boy who goes to a bakery to buy a sweet but then feels bad for a homeless man sleeping on a bench That s when a cycle of kindness starts where each time someone receives something, the good deed is spread further, and in the end, a reward returns to the little boy who started this circle of friends The book has a straightforward storyline with a wonderful message that any child can understand.The first thing that caught my eye Circle of Friends is a touching story of generosity about a little boy who goes to a bakery to buy a sweet but then feels bad for a homeless man sleeping on a bench That s when a cycle of kindness starts where each time someone receives something, the good deed is spread further, and in the end, a reward returns to the little boy who started this circle of friends The book has a straightforward storyline with a wonderful message that any child can understand.The first thing that caught my eye was how the illustrator drew all the pictures in a black pen, with almost all the illustrations in black and white, except a few small things on some of the pages in color What you realize is that to illustrate something happy, the illustrator makes objects that bring happiness in color And that object then makes the person or living thing go from black and white to color with happiness When the good deed is being received, the pictures are close up and in a box frame, and then when the good dead is being passed on, the images fill up the whole page The drawings are not what would be considered pretty, but they are detailed and support the story well A Circle of Friends by Giora Carmi Many wordless books are filled with vibrant colors and illustrious illustrations that depict a story with little to no words This story, however, is mostly black and white with only the main characters or objects in full color As the reader turn each page there is something different in full color while everything else is black and white Because of this particular style of illustration, the reader will assume that the object or person in color is significan A Circle of Friends by Giora Carmi Many wordless books are filled with vibrant colors and illustrious illustrations that depict a story with little to no words This story, however, is mostly black and white with only the main characters or objects in full color As the reader turn each page there is something different in full color while everything else is black and white Because of this particular style of illustration, the reader will assume that the object or person in color is significant on that page This style of illustration makes it easy to follow the story of a very kind little boy, who uses the money his mother gave him to share with friends Though there aren t any words, the illustrations and color emphasis allow the readers to follow the story and feel sympathy for the characters in the story I really enjoyed this one