Harriet Dancing

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Harriet Dancing
  • Ruth Symes
  • English
  • 22 June 2017
  • 9780545032049

10 thoughts on “Harriet Dancing

  1. Kathryn says:

    This is probably a three star book, really, but it includes two of my favorite things in the world, hedgehogs and dancing so, I was predestined to like it The illustrations are adorable although the text is just so so Little Harriet hedgehog sees the butterflies dancing on the air and she decides to dance, too, feeling so very happy But the butterflies don t like her joining in THEIR dance yes, I think these are the rudest butterflies in literature , so she feels very sad until her friend offers to dance with her yay, friendship and then other creatures want to dance with her and finally, yes, those nasty ol butterflies give in and dance with them Typical, typical, typical but the illustrations and idea of hedgehogs dancing still give me warm fuzzies.

  2. Laura McLoughlin says:

    Featured in a dance themed story time I attended with my 2 year old

  3. Dewey says:

    The illustrations are adorable, and the story is cute This would work well for a storytime about feelings or being kind, too.

  4. Laura says:

    Dancing is for everyone It s a lot fun w others no one should ever be told only like dances w like.

  5. Keri Rohr says:

    Harriet Dancing is a modern fantasy appropriate for grades K 2 I think that children would enjoy this book, therefore I would recommend it for a classroom, but I did not find interest in the book.

  6. Quillbert says:

    In accordance with the FTC, I would like to disclose that I purchased this book after it was released by a library and that I did not steal it The opinions expressed are mine and no monetary compensation was offered to me by the author, illustrator or publisher.Harriet is on her way to visit her best friend, Ivor, when she happens upon dancing butterflies She is inspired to dance, only to have her dreams shot down Will Harriet dance again Harriet is one of the best hedgehog protagonists I have come across She is lovely and full of life She is also incredibly sociable for a hedgehog Not only is her best friend another hedgehog, but she greets all of the animals she meets Harriet is obviously well liked, as each animal happily greets her in turn.Then she comes across the bigoted butterflies When Harriet is moved to dance while watching them, the butterflies tell her the butterfly dance is only for butterflies not hedgehogs and butterflies only dance with butterflies Dejected, Harriet runs off, only to find solace in her friends, who encourage her to dance again.One thing I really like about this book is that Harriet is given a name It may seem like a small thing, but a lot of books about hedgehogs just give their protagonist the name Hedgehog or Hedgie My prickly point is that I wish the other animals in the books were extended the same courtesy Instead they are referred to as Frog, Mole, etc.This story has multiple themes One is about following your dreams in the face of rejection and adversity Another is about being inclusive and kind to those who are different from yourself These are shown in the contrast of the snooty and elitist butterflies to the diverse array of animals that encourage and support Harriet.This is an uplifting story that I recommend to readers of all ages I do not know why a library released my copy for sale No child should miss out on Harriet Dancing From my blog Quill Caf

  7. Rachel says:

    I originally picked this book up to possibly read for a Toddler Storytime on Prickly Things, but decided it was too long It would work for a Preschool Storytime, though My son and I enjoyed the book, and thought it was a cute story.Harriet the hedgehog is going to her friend Ivor s house and on the way she says hello to all the animals She sees a group of butterflies dancing and cheerfully joins them dancing all around until she realizes that they ve stopped They only want to dance with other butterflies, hedgehogs aren t allowed She is very sad at this news and leaves to find her friend One the way, she trips and falls down a hill and is covered with the petals of flowers When she arrives at Ivor s door, she tells him about what happened and he says she looks like a flower, which makes her so happy that they both start dancing, and eventually all of her friends, and even the butterflies, join in Recommended for ages 3 6, 3 stars.

  8. Elizabeth Bartos says:

    This book is a great story to share when discussing social emotional issues in your classroom or with your child It is a simple narrative that addresses friendship and diversity and the importance of embracing all people creatures regardless of their differences The author, Ruth Symes, has created a very likable main character named Harriett who is kind to all the creatures she meets during her morning stroll to a friends house However, Harriett becomes sad when a group of butterflies tell her she is not welcome because she is not a butterfly Symes does a great job addressing this issue with simplicity that a child will understand and in a positive light The illustrations of the book are bright and colorful and grab the reader as the pictures almost dance around the page themselves In an era of education that deals with bullying on a daily basis, this book is a great read for all classrooms It is a great way to start a very important conversation with your children.

  9. Jackie says:

    Harriet, the hedgehog, loves to dance and dancing with the butterflies is even better But, the butterflies said, Butterflies only dance with butterflies Harriet was heartbroken, but her best friend, Ivor told her he would dance with her Soon their enthusiam is infectious and the butterflies want to join in Harriet says, Of course, Dancing s for everyone, Big and Small Dancing s for sharing with one and all Used for An Actor s Life for Me Sing, Act, Dance Storytime October, 2010

  10. Aileen Stewart says:

    Harriet Dancing by Ruth Symes is a sweet book with wonderfully cute illustrations Harriet the Hedgehog is extremely happy dancing until the butterflies tell her she can not dance with them Harriet s other friends offer to dance with her causing her to rejoice once again And before you know it, those silly selfish butterflies change their minds and want to dance with Harriet too

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