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10 thoughts on “Belinda

  1. says:

    My son and I read this he was not well and this story just hit the spot for comfort he read one page and I would read the next, and we would bet defore we turned the page who would have to read Loved the tale, simple, cute and jst right for the moment.


  2. says:

    One of my fave books from my childhood


  3. says:

    Belinda is an excellent story about a simple couple who live in the country and grow their own vegetables and collect their own milk from their cow, Belinda This would be a great story for teaching students that vegetables and milk do not simply come from the supermarket they typically come from farms in the country Bessie and Old Tom do not run a farm as such that provides for people like a big farm would that specialises in growing a type of fruit or vegetable, or a dairy farm However, students can still learn from this story that some people in the country might grow their own vegetables and produce their own milk The story is fairly simple to understand and is humorous, so I think that it would be best enjoyed by 5 8 year olds.Allen frequently uses onomatopoeia throughout her story, with words like moooooooo , mooing, trotting, and squirt I like the way she writes mooooooooo because there is a shape to how it appears on the page When reading this story aloud, this shape is very helpful to know when to change the pitch of the long moo, as the o s move up and down I also like the way she writes squirt as squirt , which appears when Old Tom is milking Belinda and he is collecting the milk in his bucket Reading squirt aloud as squirt effectively captures the sound of milk pinging in the bucket.Rhyming and alliteration are briefly used in this story, and repetition is also used Rhyming appears a couple of times with a thud in the mud Alliteration is used when Allen describes some of the vegetables that Old Tom grows in his garden He grows cucumbers and carrots He grows pumpkins and parsley He grows beetroot and beans Repetition is also used in this section, with he grows being repeated Two other sections where repetition is obvious are Mooing and trotting, mooing and trotting, around and around and around they went and He thought and thought and thought and thought and thought I think that this repetition with the last two examples can help students to understand the length of time that Old Tom spent chasing Belinda and thinking about how to catch her.


  4. says:

    This is one of my favourite books of Pamela Allen 22 month old Little AJ is obsessed with this book for the last 3 months he still is This book has all the things Little AJ loves a dog, a cat, a pig, a cow, and milk Bessie milks the cow Belinda every morning But one day Belinda went to the city to stay with her daughter So old Tom needed to milk the cow But Belinda refused to allow him to get near and gave old Tom a big kick What follows is a series of hilarious events old Tom ran after Belinda, old Tom attempted to lure Belinda with a carrot and rope, old Tom sat on the stool and thought, and finally Old Tom dressed up as Bessie to fool Belinda The story is too cute and too funny Little AJ giggles, does the moo sound, says milk , and points at all his favourite animals This is a book that brings us lots of laughter and smile Blog review here


  5. says:

    Pamela Allen, the kids author who nearly every Aussie child knows writes about the cow named Belinda Somewhat entertaining yarn.


  6. says:

    When it comes to Pamela Allen books, there are others I rate highly That said, I and my Little One appreciated the humour and absurdity of the situation poor Old Tom finds himself in.


  7. says:

    Book 9, Day 9 Mini Family Classics from News Limited.Author Illustrator Pamela AllenFirst Published 1992Award Winner of Australia Book of the Year Award Children s Book Council CBC Picture Book Section, 1993.The second book by Pamela Allen in the News Ltd Promo first being Who Sank the Boat , Belinda tells the story of Old Tom and his attempts to milk Belinda the cow Beautiful, creative, intelligent, funny illustrations with a sweet story of Old Tom thinking outside the box Eminently re readable and an old favourite in our house.As part of Patch Theatre s performance of Allen works Mr McGee and The Biting Flea , they put together a pdf learning prompt using Belinda They discuss how adventures appear when we break routine, and using this as a starting point for writing exercises For younger children, the pdf also explores extending vocabulary and palette from Old Tom s garden.There s even a wiki page for Belinda Age taking into account comprehension, concentration, language Read aloud 3 Read yourself 6 challenging vocabulary ISBN 9327014001238


  8. says:

    Summary When it s time for Old Tom to milk Belinda the cow, who is usually milked by Tom s wife, Old Tom comes up with a surprising and hilarious solution.Written and Illustrated by Pamela AllenAudience K 2ndTopics Farm animals, cows, and farm lifeLiteracy elements third person point of viewIllustrations The illustrations were very simplistic.Usage I would use this particular book as a independent reading in my classroom.Thanks GoodReads


  9. says:

    A wonderful story and beautiful illustrations by Pamela Allen Playful and fun story that will keep kids entertained and guessing what happens next Recommend it for Kindergarten classes, up to year one.


  10. says:

    Belinda the cow won t let the old farmer milk her his wife is out of town , so he has to resort to cross dressing wearing his wife s dress and hat in order to trick her Milk crisis barely avoided


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