Otto's Orange Day (TOON Level 3)
Title : Otto's Orange Day (TOON Level 3)
Author :
Rating :
ISBN : 0979923824
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 40 pages
Category : academic
Tags : fiction, politics, sci-fi, 2008, science-fiction, non-fiction

Public library Books Otto's Orange Day (TOON Level 3)

Otto s Orange Day

A high quality comic that is both loads of fun and easy to read S ure to engage a new generation in the art form kids will want to read it once, then return to it again and again Booklist starred review When Otto the cat meets a magical genie, he knows just what to wish for he makes the whole world orange At first, this new, bright world se

Otto s Orange Day

A high quality comic that is both loads of fun and easy to read S ure to engage a new generation in the art form kids will want to read it once, then return to it again and again Booklist starred review When Otto the cat meets a magical genie, he knows just what to wish for he makes the whole world orange At first, this new, bright world seems like a lot of fun, but when his mom serves orange spinach fo More at http://www.thephotoroll.com/php_uploads


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  • Chris
    Chris

    Cammuso, Frank Otto s Orange Day 2008 Otto sOrangeDay is a graphic novel for younger children about Otto, an orange cat who receives a mysterious lamp from his aunt When he rubs it a genie appears and grants Otto his wish that everything in the world be orange, Otto s favorite color Of course, this backfires, and Otto and his aunt realize that the only way to get the genie to reverse the wish is by doing something thoughtful for him The story itself is nothing new, be careful what you wish

  • Vicki
    Vicki

    Jay Lynch is from Orange, NJ He wrote this story and Frank Cammuso drew the pictures to this comic strip like story I love this story It is just perfect for little kids How many of you adults have tried reading the daily newspaper comic strips to your children They are so attracted to the illustrations but often they miss the funny part The humor is too mature a theme for them The daily newspaper comic strips are meant for Adults But really it s the kids who want to read them Thank God

  • Brenna
    Brenna

    I wish that everything was orange states Otto the cat to a bemused genie on the cover of Otto s Orange Day.And that s exactly what happens inside the pages, or less.The red yellow hue infatuated Otto has an aunt who sends him a dusty old lamp, out of the blue or is that the orange , which he commences to polish The prerequisite genie appears, offering a sole wish to the youngster apparently three wishes would have been too predictable Guess what happens And then guess what ha

  • Lydia Flores
    Lydia Flores

    The graphic novel Otto s Orange Day by Jay Lynch and Frank Cammuso is a book about a orange cat named Otto Now Otto s favorite color is orange so he always thought how awesome it would be for everything to be orange Otto is able to wish for one thing from a magical genie and you can only imagine what Otto wished for.The first thing that caught my eye about this book was the format of the book, it was written in the form of a comic book the way most graphic novels are written The book was real

  • Brooke King
    Brooke King

    The genre of this book would be fantasy fiction because it is a story that is made up The target audience of this book would be around 2nd grade because there are still quite a few words to keep the child s attention and but words than a beginners book Making Connections 1 Text to Self Reading this book made me think of my favorite color and why it is my favorite color My favorite color is green because it makes me think of spring with the grass and the flowers but I wouldn t want ever

  • Shel
    Shel

    Cammuso, F., Lynch, J 2008 Otto s Orange Day New York The Little Lit Library.9780979923821Otto the cat is at home coloring with his favorite color crayon, orange As he completes a picture of a lamp, he sings an ode to his favorite color This cat loves orange In the mail, Otto receives a package from from his aunt, inside is a mysterious orange lamp When Otto rubs it, a genie emerges, ready to grant Otto s wish And what does Otto wish for Why that EVERYTHING were orange, of cour

  • Zarina Brown
    Zarina Brown

    Otto s Orange Day is a graphic novel for ages around 5 7 It s the story about a cat that loves the color orange He receives a lamp from his aunt Sally Lee that has a Genie in it The genie grants Otto one wish, so he wishes for everything to be orange, his favorite color At first Otto loved how it all looked, until he got his dinner It was different foods, but they were all orange and tasted horrible Since the streetlights were all the same colors, it was causing wrecks It was also hard to

  • Rachel Devine
    Rachel Devine

    1 Awards none2 Grades Preschool 23 This book is about a boy named Otto whose favorite color is orange He gets a magic lamp from his aunt with a Genie inside He wishes that everything was Orange This created chaos and was boring so he and his aunt tried to fix it and once they did something nice for the Genie, the Genie put everything back to normal.4 I love this book it s cute, funny, and easy to read I love that the pictures are simple and very expressive just like regular comic book

  • Jenifer Ashby
    Jenifer Ashby

    Text SelfThis story reminds me of my little story when she really wanted a toy and then after awhile re gets bored with it and doesn t want it any and wants another one or something different Reminds me of when people always wanting and asking for things then after awhile they don t care about it and wish they could take it back I can relate to the genie cause I always feel like I am always giving things to other people and no one ever asks what I want and thats exactly what the genie said

  • Brandon Hardesty
    Brandon Hardesty

    Otto s Orange Day is a fantasy graphic novel meant for children around 6 10 The book tells the story of a cat named Otto whose favorite color is orange He loves orange so much that, when he encounters a genie and is given any wish he desires, he wishes that the entire world were orange The rest of the story involves Otto realizing that it may not have been such a good idea, and that the world needs every color and not just one The graphic novel format helps this concept tremendously It wo

Otto's Orange Day (TOON Level 3)