Parfois Je Suis Un Renard



In This Introduction To The Anishinaabe Tradition Of Totem Animals, Young Children Explain Why They Identify With Different Creatures Such As A Deer, Beaver Or Moose Delightful Illustrations Show The Children Wearing Masks Representing Their Chosen Animal, While The Few Lines Of Text On Each Page Work As A Series Of Simple Poems Throughout The Book.In A Brief Author S Note, Danielle Daniel Explains The Importance Of Totem Animals In Anishinaabe Culture And How They Can Also Act As Animal Guides For Young Children Seeking To Understand Themselves And Others.Parfois Je Suis Un Renard

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  • Paperback
  • 40 pages
  • Parfois Je Suis Un Renard
  • Danielle Daniel
  • 05 March 2018
  • 9781443165358

10 thoughts on “Parfois Je Suis Un Renard

  1. says:

    Dedicated to all the Indigenous and Metis people that grew up not knowing their totem animal, Danielle Daniel s illustrated children s book takes readers through several different animals There is some significant information at the back of the book.I felt that the vocabulary...

  2. says:

    Most kids books about feelings get it wrong They tell kids what a feeling is by telling them when to feel it Fear is what you feel at night when you re alone in your room Sadness is what you feel when your ice cream falls on the floor In an effort to make feelings comprehensible, they deny the subjective nature of feelings and the fact that we all feel many things at once.Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox is a very different kind of book about feelings Daniel, who is Metis, draws inspiration from the Anishinaabe tradition of totem animals, and offers twelve painted portraits of kids as animals, each with an accompanying text describing what they feel like when they feel like fox, bear, rabbit, and What I love about this approach is the room it leaves for kids and adults to talk about how we all hold many sometimes contradictory feelings at once, and how our feelings can shape how we experience ourselves in the world I also love the way the book is, incidentally, very queer I can t think of another book that isn t explicitly about gender, where we meet so many characters and never once are told their gender It s not a gender neutral book, it s a book that reflects a...

  3. says:

    Beautiful illustrations with sweet descriptive poems.

  4. says:

    A sweet, beautiful introduction to the Anishinaabe tradition on totem animals.

  5. says:

    What animal on this Earth do you connect with Why Danielle Daniel guides children to answer this question and explains the cultural tradition of the Anishinaabe totem animal in this beautifully illustrated book Wearing crafted masks, we hear children explain why they identify with awesome creatures such as a deer, a butterfly or a wolf a quiz that can be related to by children both inside and outside of the Aboriginal sphere.The book, along with the illustrations is poetry, starting with Sometimes I feel like a bear, strong and confidant I stand tall and growl and protect those around me Not only does it introduce a tradition to children, but it also encourages them to look inside themselves, identify with positive negative emotions, and perhaps slowly realize that on any given day, we can feel like a raven,...

  6. says:

    For my son Harry, who loves animals, there was an immediate attraction to this book I worked with him on how to pretend to be each animal and act out something in each description For the above example, he flaps his arms to fly like the owl, puts his hand against his brow and pretends to look in the distance for watching, and cups his ear for listening His pretending may be scripted and rigid, but I think these are the kinds of scripts he needs to learn to be socially imaginative.My son Luke enjoys naming the animals on each page The repetition of Sometimes I feel like a lets him know exactly when to fill in each animal name.I am aware that this book isn t universally loved by First Nations as they are called in Canada and American Indian reviewers because it takes liberties in presenting totems as fluid identities that can be adopted at will rather than as rigidly inherited within clans and families As a non aboriginal person, I want to acknowledge that these disagreements exist, but I don t pretend to know enough to judge.The way Daniel presents the totem animals of the Anishinaabe may not be strictly traditional, but it achieves a social emotional end that is welcome in a picture book for children Self regulation and developing models of language to describe how you are feeling is a very big deal for kids on the spectrum and many also obsess over animals, like my son Harry When Harry is running around...

  7. says:

    Introduction This book is written by Danielle Daniel and is part of the Anishinaabe tribe This tribe has an important tradition Let s look at the note she wrote to explain this tradition Read Author s Note The children compare themselves to animals using the phrase Sometimes I feel like a When two things are compared using the word like or as it is a simile Look at the cover Why do you think this girl says Sometimes I feel like a Fox Listen to the similes to find out how each child feels I will read the simile, be ready to tell me why you think the each child picked that animal to describe themselves Opening Moves Used Provide important background information Draw attention to the language of the text Prompt predictions based on the title Rationale This book is a great introduction to figurative language and w...

  8. says:

    So what I didn t like about this one the FIRST time I read it is that it s about all these OTHER animals and there I just thought it d be about FOXES Right But then I read it again and I figured out what this guy was up to It s that this girl feels like a fox sometimes, and a bear sometimes, and a moose and a turtle and a porcupine and all these other animals sometimes, too It all depends on her mood So I get that.But it probably would ve been better if they just called it Sometimes I Feel Like A Lot Of Different Animals Because I thought that this on...

  9. says:

    The illustrations in this book are truly gorgeous Danielle Daniel, is Metis, but was raised without connection to her culture She wrote this book for her son to help him connect with his Anishinaabe roots It shows paintings of children in different animal masks that reference different animal totems An author s note at the end tells us abou...

  10. says:

    Danielle Daniel has created a lyrical, enchanting introduction to Anishinaabe totem animals Each page of text begins with, Sometimes I feel like a fox or each of a dozen animals, followed by a brief explanation of what that totem animal represents The beautifully designed and illustrated book, by one of Canada s finest children s book publishers Groundwood Books deserves a place on every child s shelf Not only does it introduce children...

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