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This book was purchased for me by my friend Colleen, who saw it at the WWI museum in Kansas City She bought 2 copies one for me and one for her 5 year old grandson I should add that she bought it for me because I teach 4 and 5 year olds and believe history is integral to American educational curriculum Also, because WWI was my self assigned history project for the past two years and I am almost finished half a book to go This book is lovely and sad and quite gentle, for a war book Also, one of the boys is named Ben, which I think is another reason it was purchased for me my father s name was Ben Highly recommended. Where the Poppies Now Grow is a short book.The story is both fascinating and moving.We follow the story of two lovely characters throughout time and the war.Even though the pictures are simple, they are captivating.The text sounds like poetry Consequently, it can appeal to children and adults.How wonderful the story is [Read Epub] ♟ Where The Poppies Now Grow ♞ Popular Ebook, Where The Poppies Now Grow Author Hilary Robinson This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Where The Poppies Now Grow, Essay By Hilary Robinson Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You I ve bought this book to be used as a focus text with my yr2 class this term as our topic is WWI I m a little apprehensive about sharing it with them now as I ve just sobbed reading it in the kitchen This book is so beautifully written, it s moving and poetic I know my class will love the way the text compiles into one long verse The illustrations are beautiful and offer a warm hearted accompaniment to the text Simply stunning.Age range 6 Independent reading 7 Since first encountering this boon at Uni I ve wanted to use it with my class Was lucky enough to be able to do so today Deeply moving This was an excellent way to introduce our discussions and work on WW1 and remembrance today. I used this book for an assignment and thought it was great The themes and content make this picture book appropriate for KS2 readers as well This book shows a journey of innocence war and finally peace The contrasting colours showing each of these reflects the mood very well The rhyme throughout makes it very easy to read aloud. A wonderful book to read alongside the poem where the poppies grow with KS2. Such an emotive read, a book I m considering to use for a university assignment and one I will endeavour to use with a future class This book is a great way to introduce pupils to World War One, following Ben and Ray through their lives from playing in the fields, to fighting for their country in the fields, to becoming old men This is a great picture book for pupils to truly understand the symbolic meaning behind Remembrance Day and the poppy, portrayed through the dark and bright watercolour illustrations Another unique feature of this book, is the way in which it is written through rhyme, developing the story, yet repeating the same single last line through the literary term of an Easter egg where the poppies now grow One final element that really stands out for me in this book, is the importance of friendship and how it can withstand the most traumatic experiences one that can be compared and contrasted to the brotherly love in Michael Morpurgo s novel, Private Peaceful. Fantastic book to be read children as a stimulus to learn about remembrance day I think there could be many drama opportunities I put this as upper KS2 as I think many cross curricular links could be made and upper KS2 could delve deeper into the history and truth of the book I think it kind of feels like a poem. Incredibly moving Highly recommend for remembrance topics for any age group.