Again his sister came barging into his room to insist again that his Grandfather has died. Impossible, Gankum would never have gone away and left him, especially without saying goodbye.
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tao Again his sister came barging into his room to insist again that his Grandfather has died. Impossible, Gankum would never have gone away and left him, especially without saying goodbye.
Michael has a plan, he will make a baby brother or sister from a potato. He did hear Mama telling Nicole that special babies come from special potatoes.
Nicole can only roll her eyes at the suggestion. Gankum often comes to chat with Michael when the seven year old is alone in his room. Nicole warns Michael that the magic will only work if he follows the formula exactly, and, he must not spill any of it on anything. Michael is horrified to find a few drops of ttao formula has spilled on the mirror lying next to the container where he has placed his potato.
From there the story builds as Michael and Nicole and their parents cat caught up in the little boys imagination and surprising power. With the help of Tato, the potato being Michael has invoked, Michael and Nicole come to grips with life as tato chat is txto the need for acceptance of the death of a beloved grandfather.
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The action packed tale of Michael and Tato and how Michael is finally able to adjust to the death of his grandfather presents a of solid scientific facts. Habits of insects and spiders, and mirror image are compelling. The real is mixed with imaginary happenings. The tale presented in a fast paced setting where danger lurks at every turn.
I believe the book is better suited to chay 10 —13 market than younger children who may well be frightened by some of the chilling details of the mirror and critters tato chat.
The notion that a seven-year-old would be having problems dealing with the death of a beloved grandfather is credible, and the notion that the child sees himself as larger than life and able to overcome evil is a trait well developed in children this age. I was a little put off by the seeming fog the Tato chat parents operate in during the.
I like the notion of empowering children, however, seven-year-olds are often very unaware of their limitations and can be easily encouraged into dangerous situations in which they are not able to cope. I would like to see the author encourage the notion of power, but also keep it in the realm of this story is imagination, not as a mirror world that might actually take place.
The line between real and make believe may be blurry for a young. As parents we DO tease our children now and then about finding them under a rock, out in the cabbage patch, or maybe even developing them with a special formula from potatoes. On the other hand, thirteen-year-old Nicole and Mama chatting about potatoes and being overheard by Michael set in place the taro for the story to follow.
Yegods, it was her formula.
I would like to have seen the writer present the chat with some chuckles rather than in such a way that a seven-year-old might take it for fact. The issue of the notion of Santa Claus taho an untruth is also addressed in the work.
For this reason I will not use the book in my own fourth grade and cannot recommend for children K — 4. As a teacher I have found; the younger the child the more tato chat find belief in Santa, and even in my own fourth grade, 9 —10 year olds, last year the belief was split just about half… as a teacher that is an issue NOT for me to decide. Santa and other similar beliefs are between parent and child and not for me to agree or destroy. Recommended for the upper middle grade reader, not recommended for the 7 — 9 set.
Molly Martin 12th May Column Ends.