Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star A favorite lullaby becomes a celebration of love in this lushly illustrated version featuring animals from all over the world

  • Title: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
  • Author: Jane Cabrera
  • ISBN: 9780823425198
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A favorite lullaby becomes a celebration of love in this lushly illustrated version featuring animals from all over the world.

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    • The Library Lady says:

      In this day filled with picture books so clearly aimed at hipster librarians (I wince for the millionth time over nonsense like "Kidslit Drink Night)and the sort of parents who think that traditional children's music is boring, this is a lovely example of what picture books are supposed to be about--children--and of the reasons that traditional children's music will survive the hipsters and live forever.Cabrera has the talent to take a classic children's song and turn it into something new and s [...]

    • Lori says:

      Read this story at a preschool today. Great book with beautiful illustrations. Will use again in story time.

    • David says:

      Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star by Jane Cabrera is an expanded version of the classic lullaby.Cabrera's bright, colorful illustrations give views of that twinkling star from around the world. Animal pairs of babies and mothers who watch are owls, deer, whales, kangaroos, polar bears, raptors, cats, lions, monkeys, and people. Other animals to spot include squirrel, rabbit, octopus, fish and lizard. I love the picture of Ayers Rock and the kangaroos. My other favorite images are deer, whales, polar [...]

    • midnightfaerie says:

      Cabrera is a great author for the younger crowd. My twin 3 yr old's loved it. Colorful fun pictures that helps get the child engaged and keeps them engaged. The illustrations were paintings that had a unique brushstroke and the colors were so vibrant! Cabrera has a style all her own. Loved the paintings especially! Also, many of her books have themes that are popular children’s songs, so immediately her books grabbed my preschoolers attention. A great addition to any children's library.

    • Fjóla says:

      We're getting too old for this type of books, but I find the naive illustrations so charming I almost could eat them! I might feel compelled to get a copy of the book, just so that I can continue to savor them once we return this one to the library This is a great bedtime story for the younger ones.

    • Casandria says:

      Added verses to the original song, with adorable illustrations.

    • Amy Hogue says:

      I love Jane Cabrera books. Great for storytimes. This one flows well to the tune until the final verse. With a little practice you can sing it smoothly.

    • Felicia Moore says:

      cute pictures read it to baby girl

    • Haley Overton says:

      Title: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little StarAuthor/Illustrator: Jane Cabrera Genre: Nursery Rhyme, FictionTheme(s): stars, animals, EarthOpening line/sentence:Twinkle, twinkle, Little Star,how I wonder what you are.Up above the world so high,Like a diamond in the sky.Twinkle, twinkle, Little Star,how I wonder what you are. Brief Book Summary: A spin on the original twinkle twinkle little star, but this version includes animals across all different parts of the world. Professional Recommendation/Review # [...]

    • RLL22016_Joy Bailey Bailey says:

      I think this is one of the coolest night time stories ever. The author, Jane Cabera, took a lullaby and added more verses to it and came up with a wonderful story. I believe when reading this story you can interpret many ways. From my point of view, I believe that all the different any male in this story have a version of what they see in the sky about the same exact star but just from a different point of view, their location on the planet. Some animals are living in cold climates while others [...]

    • Jessica Steward says:

      1 - No awards.2 - Pre-K through 1st grade3 - The book starts off with the famous nursery rhyme “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.” Next all different kinds of animals are looking up at the star around the world, mentioning how it shines over the environment they live in. The book then ends with the start looking over the entire earth, and more specifically, a mother and her child. 4 - This book carries a lot of wonderful teaching aspects. It incorporates rhyme, various animals, and various diff [...]

    • Jake Delaney says:

      This nursery rhyme is appropriate for children between the ages of 2 and 5. It has not won any awards. It is about someone looking into the night sky. The person is fascinated by the stars and is curious about them. The person says that the stars twinkle as if they were diamonds. I enjoy this nursery rhyme because it encourages curiosity in young children. It has them wonder about the stars in the sky and what they really are. It also encourages imagination because it makes children think about [...]

    • Samantha Beaujour says:

      1. None.2. Pre k- Kindergarten.3. A twist on the classic song takes readers all around the world. Parents and their baby animals look up at the stars above and point out the ones they love. A great bedtime story. 4. Once again a classic rhyme that almost every child knows. Perfect for introducing early readers rhyming.5. Look up and research different types of stars, analyze all the rhyming words.

    • Brianna Osborne says:

      I think Bede liked the illustrations okay, but it was too long and repetitive for him. Cute to see each of the animals and then the mom and baby at the end.

    • Kelly Scott says:

      Cute. Artwork is really beautiful. My 2 year old liked it.

    • Ashley Polansky says:

      Title: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little StarAuthor: Jane Cabrera Illustrator: Jane Cabrera Genre: Nursery RhymesTheme(s): Environment, world around us, family, life, loveOpening line/sentence: Twinkle, twinkle, little star,How I wonder what you are.Brief Book Summary: This book is about a little start, and how no matter where you are in the world you can always see it. From the dessert, to the mountains, to the lakes, to the jungle to ones home everyone sees the star. This book is a story about parents [...]

    • Jianna Balascio says:

      Awards:N/aGrade levels:PreK-1Summary:Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star illustrates the familiar children's song with adorable pictures.Review:The children already know the words to this song, so this book helps with site words. The pictures are really cute, and it serves a good purpose. In class uses:Site words, song

    • Lucy Hall says:

      Title: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little StarIllustrator: Jane CabreraGenre: Nursery RhymeTheme(s): beauty, parent and child's love.Opening line/sentence: Twinkle, twinkle. Little Star,how I wonder what you are.Up above the world so high.Like a diamond in the sky!Brief Book Summary: This book shows a longer version of the very well known nursery rhyme song “Twinkle, twinkle. Little star.” I uses other words to replace the word twinkle, in this case we can say that all the words used to describe the s [...]

    • Lauren Moses says:

      Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star is an early childhood book selection. This book plays of the original nursery rhyme twinkle twinkle little star but instead this book focuses on all the different places you can see a star from. It takes you on an adventure with each illustration of an animal in its own living environment. This book is very cute by the way it depicts parent and baby relationships. Each page features a baby animal with its parent. One aspect I feel that could be changed about this bo [...]

    • Katie Fitzgerald says:

      Various animals and their babies admire a bright star shining over their habitats as they prepare for sleep.Jane Cabrera’s bold colorful pictures are perfectly eye catching, especially for babies whose eyesight is still developing and toddlers who are so easily distracted. The star is drawn with concentric circles of dots surrounding it that help it stand out against the skies in every scene, regardless of the background color (which ranges from black to orange.) The animals are appropriately [...]

    • Mackenzie Mericle says:

      This week I picked out a nursery rhyme that was one of my favorites from my childhood. This is one of the many versions of "Twinkle, Twinkle" but I still really enjoyed reading it. In this version, each page has a different animal in it and where they live. All of them say the rhyme, "twinkle twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are" but each animal is looking at the star from a different place on Earth. I loved this version of the nursery rhyme because it had awesome illustrations would b [...]

    • Maria says:

      1. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star is appropriate for ages two to five years old. Often times read as a bedtime story. 2. Twinkle, Twinkle. Little Star is a nursery rhyme that follows the life of a star in the sky. The animals which range from the cold winter poles, to the warm hot deserts are all ready for bed, the Owl takes her baby in her arms, the Lion grabs the cub, which are illustrated in beautifully descriptive scenes as they all swing the favorite bedtime song Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Sta [...]

    • Tamara says:

      When reading Twinkle Twinkle Little Star by Jane Cabrera the readers are met with a familiar rendition of the nursery rhyme Twinkle Twinkle Little Star but left with a portrayal of what the star means all over the world. The explanation of how the star shines all around the world and the illustrations of the native animals to each country, links to how the star over looks everything and everyone during the night. The use of animals and geographical references makes it a fun and worthwhile read t [...]

    • Marissa says:

      This book is appropriate for ages 18mos to 4 years old."Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" features twinkling stars that light up the night sky. Various animals all over the world, see the same star and admire them with the people they love. Whether you're an owl, a fox, or a kangaroo, we all have someone we love that we can share the beauty of the night sky with.This book is great for young minds. The simplicity of the drawings make this book easy for children to understand and the repetition makes [...]

    • Alyssa Williams says:

      "Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star" is a classic poem that originated years ago. Jane Cabrera uses a beautiful picture book to communicate with children. As a child, this was my favorite poem and nursery rhyme. The song, "Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star" is used in all education systems across the world. It is an enjoyable book for students, as early as Kindergarten, to enjoy. This book would be important for teachers to keep in their class library because it is very much enjoyed by children and could e [...]

    • Kelsey says:

      The book features the traditional melody and then transfers it to other situations. It describes the stars as flickering, glistening and shimmering as they shine over deserts, jungles and the arctic. Each page features an illustration of a parent and a baby animal. The colorful and endearing illustrations will delight children. The book provides a great way to promote phonological awareness. It would also be appropriate for teaching vocabulary because it includes so many synonyms for the ways st [...]

    • Maddypictures says:

      Just beautiful! Cabrera extends the traditional song into many new verses. The pictures are colorful and appealing. There's a hint of gold foil on the cover, which I know always catches children's attention. End pages include a silhouetted forest of animals and sheet music for the song. I have not felt quite confident enough to sing this one in storytime - I think for the right group, especially babies or smaller size groups this would go over very well indeed. The pace of the song would seem to [...]

    • Dolly says:

      This is a short and simple book that is great for bedtime. With a rhyming narrative that follows the melody of the lullaby and soothing, colorful pictures that depict an evening setting with animals and their babies, this book is sure to be a hit with the toddler/preschool set. Our girls are getting a bit old for books like this, but I couldn't resist the adorable owl on the cover. We enjoyed reading this book together and we liked the creative lyrics to the classic tune.

    • Meg McGregor says:

      One of the most beautiful and lyrical books I have read in a long time.The stars do cover our entire earth and it is wonderful to see animals from different countries of the world staring up at the sky and wonder what Lexi and I think about a lot. What are the stars? Why are they there? Why do they twinkle like they do?Jane Cabrera is one of my favorite children's authors and illustrators!Definitely a book no home should be without!

    • Lynn says:

      Great for preschool-first grade. Combines rhyme, alliteration, and animals. Animal parents sing this lullaby to their young, showing the universality of a parent's love for his or her child. Brightly colored adorable animals are shown in their homes. The illustrations are riveting. Cabrera follows the standard verse with new ones, in which the star sparkles, flickers, and shimmers over different parts of the earth, such as forest, ocean, and desert.

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