And he probably won't wake up for a long time.
This fun book shares a how big fish reacts to small fish stealing his hat through the unreliable narration of small fish.
This is Not My Hat was written and illustrated by Jon Klassen and published in 2012. This book won the Caldecott Award in 2013. The book tells a story through the unreliable narrator small fish—the small fish shares how he steals a big fish's hat. As you read you uncover how trouble soon lies ahead for the small fish.
The illustrations in this book are my favorite part of the book. we see a little fish traveling after possible stealing a hat. The ending is unexpected, but funny. The illustrations also follow along well and add to the text.
This book would be good in a prek to 3rd grade class room. It is funny with good art.
“I know it's wrong to steal a hat. I know it does not belong to me. but I am going to keep it.“
This is a cute book I would recommend for a younger audience. It is about a small fish stealing a hat off a larger fish who is sleeping. A crab witnesses the scenario go down and the big fish goes out to find the little fish. The little fish claimed he knew it was wrong but he believed that the hat was too small for the larger fish so he wanted to take it. This story won the Kate Greenaway Award and was published in 2012.
This book is written and illustrated by Jon Klassen. It is about a little tiny fish who decides to steal a bog fishes hat while he is sleeping. He thinks the big fish will not notice, and if he does, he will not know it was the little fish, but if he does know it was little fish, he will not be able to find him. Little fish runs away to go find big plants to hid in where he can not be seen, on the way he tells one crab, who he thinks will not tell
Caldecott award winning picture book, published 2012. This book is an easy read with very cool illustrations. This book told the story of a fish who stole a hat and thinks he will get away with it, even though the whole time the big fish who he stole the hat from is following him. He still stole the hat after he knew it was wrong. This story is great to use with young children when teaching not to steal from people.
This is Not My Hat is a great MF book to teach students about honestly, good decision making, and inferencing. During a RA, students can stop and discuss with one another what they infer is going to happen next in the story; aligning with EL strategy 10- teach think, pair and share strategies in cooperative groups. After reading the story, students can work to create their own ending of what they believe happened to the fish, using this resource:
This MF (animal fantasy) book is so cute and I thought it was kind of funny! It‘s a Caldecott Award winner. I think it is great to teach kids about honesty! #UCFLAE3414SP21 I think a great activity would be to turn this book into a play! I got the idea from https://www.teachingideas.co.uk/library/books/this-is-not-my-hat
A tiny fish has #found a hat. Though he knows it belongs to someone else—it does fit him perfectly, and such a #vibrant shade of blue...Perhaps he can get away with it! ❤️Jon Klassen!
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