HERMAN AND ROSIE ACTIVITIES
Gus Gordon - Gus Gordon Resources - Herman and Rosie
When Herman and Rosie was selected as 2013's Read for Australia book, a national event where a chosen book is read simultanously on July 21st in schools across the country as part of National L iteracy & Numeracy Week (NLNW), they put together an enormously comprehensive resource of teaching notes, plans and activities for teachers and students
Example of a Unit Plan - Shannon Arfaras and Shannon Holden
We have created a unit that centers around Gus Gordon’s “Herman and Rosie”, which tells the story of two people that live in New York City, who eventually meet and become friends. We believe that this book is great, not only for its usability for spelling and vocabulary development, but for the potential to link it to other content areas.
Gus Gordon - Herman and Rosie
'Hipster parents who name their kids after jazz singers will love “Herman and Rosie” – but then so will lots of others. Gus Gordon’s ode to two musicians (an alligator and a deer) in the city (populated only by animals) celebrates the power of music, as singer Rosie and oboe player Herman finally find each other after a lonely spell.
"Herman and Rosie" and Earth Day freebies
Earlier this year I blogged about picture books to support Jazz Appreciation Month. Check it out here. Well, excitement plus!!! The focus for National Literacy and Numeracy Week (NLNW) 2014 in Australia includes free teaching notes and activities for using "Herman and Rosie" in the classroom.
Herman and Rosie by Gus Gordon - Children’s Library Lady
Herman hears Rosie singing from the street and Rosie hears Herman playing the Oboe from the building next door. Soon Herman loses his job and Rosie’s club closes down. “Days and nights and weeks inched by. Rosie lost her voice to the sounds of the city and Herman lost the urge to play his oboe.” One day they felt different.
Herman and Rosie by Gus Gordon - Penguin Books Australia
But most of all, it's the tale of Herman and Rosie. 'Herman and Rosie is a beautiful, funny and quirky story of two unique souls who are destined to meet.' Manly Daily 'A beautiful, soulful and quirky tale, romantic and hopeful, with a big heart.' Newcastle Herald
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Herman and Rosie - YouTube
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Herman & Rosie – becoming miss hattle
Activities that you can do with Herman & Rosie in the classroom using iPad apps 'Explore Everything' and iBooks. Herman and Rosie are two creatures living in New York. Herman liked playing the oboe, the smell of hot dogs in the winter, and watching films about the ocean. Rosie liked pancakes, listening to old jazz
Herman and Rosie - Story Box Library
Herman and Rosie is beautifully read by actor Melissa Bergland. Having spent time living in New York herself, Melissa’s memories of the subway smells and the sounds of the late night jazz clubs – the very same that our heroine, Rosie, sings in – are clearly conveyed through the emotion of