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Rap A Tap Tap, Here's Bojangles - Think of…
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Rap A Tap Tap, Here's Bojangles - Think of That! (2003. Auflage)

von Leo and Diane Dillon (Autor)

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In illustrations and rhyme describes the dancing of Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, one of the most famous tap dancers of all time.
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Titel:Rap A Tap Tap, Here's Bojangles - Think of That!
Autoren:Leo and Diane Dillon (Autor)
Info:Scholastic, Inc. (2003), 32 pages
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Rap a Tap Tap: Here's Bojangles--Think of That! von Leo Dillon

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Bill “Bojangles” Robinson a famous tap dancer makes his way through his town. Dancing past many people and places, bringing joy everywhere. A lovely short story about African American tap dancer Bill Robinson. The illustration shoes movement and joy on each page. I enjoyed the rhyme and repetition, I believe young children would enjoy this as well. ( )
  slserpas | May 8, 2020 |
This Coretta Scott King Award lives up to it's hype. I love the repetitive nature of this book and the multicultural relevance. I love how after every phrase, it says "rap a tap tap--think of that!" which makes it predictable and entertaining! The illustrations are also very fun because the contrast of the images are complimented by a solid background. The illustrations show great movement in a unique 2-D way. I really like the fact that it is easy to read while learning about a key historical figure. ( )
  dbaldy1 | May 5, 2020 |
While I listened to this book I paid special attention to the illustrations because of the award this book won. I definitely can see why it won. I like this book because it says and shows that dancing is a form of art too just like painting or music. I think younger students would like this book because of the sound affects the teacher could make while reading and maybe they could join in. I noticed a repeated sentence structure and rhyming and it worked well in this book and parallel with the same dances the character did. It's typical for the main characters name to be said in the beginning and that's how I usually prefer it but I actually like that Bojangle wasn't said until the end here. It builds suspense and gave the author a chance to build his character before introducing him. ( )
  Haley_dennis | Apr 27, 2020 |
This joyful book is about a famous tap dancer, Bojangles. He brings happiness and joy for all people throughout the streets through his tap dancing eventually becoming famous. With his catchy phrase on every page, " Rap a tap tap" you can describe the sound that tap shoes make! ( )
  KPareti | Aug 21, 2019 |
RAP A TAP TAP is a book based on Bill Bojangles who was a famous tap dancer. The book tells the story of how Bill uses tap dancing in the streets to bring excitement and to make people happy. I like this book because it tells a true story of someone who had a positive impact on a community. I also like that this book shows diversity by focusing on an African American community. By putting the phrase RAP A TAP TAP on every page is a great way to describe tap dancing but is also very catchy and will help students to remember the book/story. ( )
  elunsf1 | Feb 22, 2019 |
Leo and Diane Dillon's picture book gives children a glimpse into the life of Bo Jangles as he dances for young and old, rich and poor. The bold colored pictures take up all of each page and depict Bo Jangles dancing for all types of people and in all different settings. One sentence or two per page in large print make it easy for children to read or follow along.
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