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Moses Goes to a Concert von Isaac Millman
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Moses Goes to a Concert (2002. Auflage)

von Isaac Millman (Autor), Isaac Millman (Illustrator)

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Moses and his schoolmates, all deaf, attend a concert where the orchestra's percussionist is also deaf. Includes illustrations in sign language and a page showing the manual alphabet.
Mitglied:CCVI-Library
Titel:Moses Goes to a Concert
Autoren:Isaac Millman (Autor)
Weitere Autoren:Isaac Millman (Illustrator)
Info:Square Fish (2002), Edition: First, 40 pages
Sammlungen:Deine Bibliothek
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Tags:Sighted, English, deaf, school, representation, diversity, differently abled, disabled, music, instruments, sign language, activity, friends, vibration, balloon, concert, perform, perseverance, determination, red, white

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Moses is student who is deaf; he attends a school with all deaf students. He uses American Sign Language to communicate. Moses’s teacher takes him and his classmate on a field trip to a concert. One of the performers were also deaf. She uses her feet to feel the vibration of the music. I really like this book; the picture also shows sample to signing. This would be a great introduction to American Sign Language. ( )
  mollydang318 | Oct 6, 2020 |
Moses Goes to a Concert is a light hearted story about a group of deaf children going to a orchestra. There they learn that even deaf people can be musicians. While light hearted there is still a fairly important message, that disabilities do not define who you are. Anyone can overcome there disabilities and achieve their dreams with proper motivation. As for the illustrations they were very animated. the reader could easily see the motion that was trying to be conveyed on each page. Overall Moses Goes to a Concert is fun book, with a strong message for anyone. ( )
  rtl5624 | Oct 5, 2020 |
Moses Goes to a Concert was an absolute treat! Moses and his classmates go on a field trip to see a concert. However, they're all deaf. When they get to the concert, they realize the percussionist in the orchestra is also deaf! She's able to hear and perform the music by feeling the vibrations through her socked feet. Shocked and delighted, the kids are given a ballon so they'll be able to feel the vibrations of the music playing. In the end, Moses decides he wants to become a percussionist when he grows up. I loved everything about this book, but most of all, how the author and illustrator included excerpts of Moses signing words and phrases as part of the illustration. The ASL alphabet is also included at the end of the book. The message behind this story is an uplifting one: no matter what disability you may have, if you set your mind to it and work hard, you can do anything. ( )
  RaquelRomero | Oct 4, 2020 |
Moses Goes to a Concert is about a boy named Moses and his classmates going to a concert. The twist to this story is that they are deaf. What makes this story so beautiful is that the percussionist who is performing is also deaf; she gives the students each a balloon so that they can feel the music vibrating. I absolutely loved this book. It shows readers that if there is a will, there is way. Just because you are deaf does not mean you need to miss out on concerts. ( )
  aengolia | Apr 28, 2020 |
This is a great book because it teaches children about what the deaf community has to face when they go to a concert. This story is about Moses and his classmates going to a concert. Even though they won't be able to hear at the concert, they have another way of enjoying it. When they arrive at the concert, they notice the percussionist not wearing any shoes. She is deaf, and she doesn't wear shoes because she feels the music with her feet. The percussionist gives all the students balloons to hold in their lap so they can feel the music vibrating. When the concert is over, the percussionist let the children play with her instruments. The central message of this story is, being deaf doesn't stop you from going places. I know the children would love this story. ( )
  EveYoung | Apr 23, 2020 |
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