Roller Coaster

Roller Coaster

Marla Frazee / Jun 20, 2019

Roller Coaster Clickity clackity Clickity clackity The roller coaster car is going up up up to the highest spot And at least one of the people in the car has never ridden on a roller coaster before ever Wheeeeee

  • Title: Roller Coaster
  • Author: Marla Frazee
  • ISBN: 9780152057442
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Paperback
  • Clickity, clackity Clickity, clackity.The roller coaster car is going up, up, up to the highest spot And at least one of the people in the car has never ridden on a roller coaster before ever Wheeeeeeee Get ready to experience the thrill of riding a coaster for the very first time in this vibrant new adventure from acclaimed picture book creator Marla Frazee.

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        Marla Frazee Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Roller Coaster book, this is one of the most wanted Marla Frazee author readers around the world.


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    1. Check out more Picture book reviews @ Perspective of a WriterPeople line up to ride a roller coaster and the reader gets to follow a little girl as she goes through the whole process. We picked this book up because of the topic and the cover art was cute. We arrive at the amusement park where the roller coaster dominates the scene. A little girl and her dad are the focus of the book as she has never ridden on a roller coaster before. There is this subtle sense of anticipation that is also tinged [...]


    2. So cute! I love Marla Frazee's illustrations and her penchant for detail, humor, warmth and diversity is all on display here as a little girl prepares for her first ride on roller coaster. It's great how the story focuses on her, yet you also get to experience how many other people approach a ride on the roller coaster. (I got a chuckle out of the buff, manly-man chickening out at the last minute; and loved the adorable elderly couple and the sweet young Asian couple on the roller coaster ride). [...]


    3. All the fun of riding a roller coaster! I have been dragged kicking and screaming onto many coasters in my life (figuratively speaking, of course!) and I really do find the story kind of coaster much more fun! This was a fun book for both roller coaster enthusiasts and anyone looking forward to being old enough or tall enough to ride one. Lots of action in this story; the illustrations capture the excitement of the hills, turns and loops very well! This book really brings back the feeling of bei [...]


    4. I love Marla Frazee! I first encountered her work in _A Couple of Boys Have the Best Week Ever_ (Caldecott Honor Book), which was a wry, humorous look at sleepaway camp, and just today have read _Hush, Little Baby_ and this one. The story is simple--a brave little girl and her Dad get on a roller coaster along with a bunch of other people. But the design of the book is splendid: without setting foot in an amusement park you feel the swirls and whirls and swoops of the roller coaster and by the e [...]


    5. This is right up there with the best visual work I've seen from Marla Frazee. She isn't at her strongest when she's in charge of both words and pictures, but her best visual strengths are clear for me in this book. A cinematic, almost IMAX picturebook! In her first two pages she gave me no less than sixty-nine unique figure drawings. On the next page turn, she pulled out all the stops and gave me the expanse of a full coaster filling the spread. The back and forth between the figures and the dyn [...]



    6. I've long used this book to connect with young students - it shows/tells of a very similar and engaging experience for them - and then get them thinking of the physics behind such a fun and frightening adventure. We spend time within our standards on forces and motion, and of course, gravity, and this fun tale gets the topic up for discussion in exciting ways. As a picture book. this one has wonderful, witty details. This one can certainly be enjoyed and discussed without reading any text. I als [...]


    7. Genre: Children's Picture Book (MAISA Mentor Text)Unique feature: This book is great for adding sound words to our writing. The book also plays with the positioning and sizing of the words to keep the attention of the students (they thought it was fun). Grade level suggested: 1-3



    8. Used to teach writing in a third grade class that I was observing, this book is heavy on onomatopoeias and is a personal narrative about a first roller coaster ride.


    9. This is the perfect book to give kids afraid to ride roller coasters. Easy to understand and it details the fears, ride, etc. A fun read for the theme-park-going families.




    10. I love this book. And yes, after reading it, I wanted to find the nearest roller coaster and ride a few times! Wonderful illustrations that tell the story along with the words.


    11. Great details in the art, fun to read aloud, and a nice implication that (sometimes) scary things turn out to be your favorite!


    12. DRA Level:18Lexile: AD490LApplicable Traits: word choice and presentation.This book is a cute book that would get students from pre-k to first or second grade interested in books because of the fun way the words are shown through out



    13. Frazee, M. (2003). Roller Coaster. New York: Harcourt, Inc.0152045546As a picturebook, Roller Coaster introduces its reader to the process of riding a roller coaster, from waiting in line before, to the rules about height, to the decision over whether to scream and hold up your arms, to having wobbly legs after. While a number of different types of people choose to ride the roller coaster (and some decide not to at the last moment), the reader is most closely positioned with a young girl who is [...]



    14. This book explains the experience which people get when they go on a roller coaster. The narrator gives a detailed synopsis of what people feel during a roller coaster, the sounds people hear during a roller coaster, and the rules of the roller coaster. This book is very detailed and the language which the author uses makes the book seem like a reliable source if someone wanted to know what riding a roller coaster might be like. The book uses different sounds to describe the motion of the roller [...]


    15. A ride on a roller coaster complete with the anxious anticipation and thrilling sensations is vividly portrayed, along with the varied reactions of its riders in this colorful picture book.The sound effects, music and Rubinate’s chipper narration are an excellent complement to Frazee’s bright and vigorously composed and detailed graphite and watercolor illustrations. On the double page spread where the entire roller coaster is first seen (1:30 into the 2d track, 6th and 7th page), the narrat [...]


    16. Most everyone has experienced the thrill of riding a roller coaster. At the same time, everyone's experience with riding a roller coaster, whether for the first or hundredth time, is all their own. In this story, one little girl takes her first ride, along with a handful of a variety of ridegoers, with mixed results.Marla Frazee's first book was actually not a baby book (though that was how we first discovered her). This short and funny journey of a group of roller coaster riders is a great illu [...]


    17. The text of this book uses easily understood language and takes us through all the steps of riding on a roller coaster. Our main character is a young girl, riding for the first time. The author doesn't focus or even identify her until the very end. We get to live, through the illustrations, all the different experiences that people have. As the ride gets going, the illustrations make you feel part of the ride. Be sure to note the expressions on all the rider's faces; I love the older couple!This [...]


    18. Roller Coaster by Marla Frazee follows a girl and her dad through their experience of riding a roller coaster. It is an excellent mentor text to use for teaching writing skills including BME, sequence, voice and sentence fluency. For younger students I would read aloud this book to have students identify and give the main idea of the beginning, middle and end of the story. To demonstrate voice, I would have the students pay attention to the facial expressions and body language in the illustratio [...]


    19. RealisticPreschool - 1st/2nd gadeThis is the story of a little girl who works up the courage to ride a roller coaster for the first time. The illustrations and text do a great job of taking the reader on the roller coaster ride along with the little girl. I love how Frazee has the text hang in the air like a car waiting to go over the edge. And, her illustrations race along and capture each moment perfectly. For an older group I might ask the kids to design/draw a roller coaster, name it, and wr [...]


    20. This book will either be mirrored or looked through a window from the children. This book has great details and is entertaining if you have ridden a roller coaster before or if you have not. It discusses the different emotions and how different people feel before riding the roller coaster. This book is about going to the amusement park and explains how in each line there is at least on person who has not ridden the roller coaster before. This a great book to read to the children because it is fu [...]


    21. Not only is Roller Coaster a terrific book to use with children, I've used it in professional development. It's a great story to use to illustrate letting go and taking a risk. With Common Core standards, there are some practices we need to let go. and just jump on and ride. Remember, there are others riding with you! Kids and adults love this book. Rollercoaster was Frazee's first book she authored and illustrated and she does an excellent job of telling the story in pictures and in words. Use [...]


    22. • Students learn about Onomatopoeias, and use it in their writing • They learn to use descriptive words• New Vocabulary WordsTEKS:(21) Oral and Written Conventions/Conventions. Students understand the function of and use the conventions of academic language when speaking and writing. Students continue to apply earlier standards with greater complexity. Students are expected to:(C) distinguish among declarative and interrogative sentences(19) Writing. Students write about their own experien [...]


    23. Summary: A girl rides a roller coaster for the first time in her life. She is scared at first, but by the end of the ride, she wants to go on it again.Uses: great read-aloud story, a good example for onomatopoeia in literature, recommended independent reading for early readers, recommended for students who like or are interested in roller coasters Literary Devices: onomatopoeia and imagery Social issues: overcoming your fearsOther: fun illustrations, a good example of ways to make predictions be [...]


    24. 25 months - O loves to ask for a Roller Coaster ride which in her opinion is sitting in her stroller or on her trike and having some one push her in a jerky side to side motion going fast. Almost colliding into things and veering away at the last second. So I thought this book would be great for her to experience what a real coaster was without taking a ride. Very well written and great graphics. There is a build of anticipation and feelings as the cars slowly hit the top then the long pause and [...]


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