Hooway for Wodney Wat

Hooway for Wodney Wat Poor Rodney Rat can t pronounce his R s and the other rodents tease him mercilessly But when Camilla Capybara joins Rodney s class and announces that she is bigger meaner and smarter than any of the

  • Title: Hooway for Wodney Wat
  • Author: Helen Lester Lynn Munsinger
  • ISBN: 9780618216123
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poor Rodney Rat can t pronounce his R s and the other rodents tease him mercilessly But when Camilla Capybara joins Rodney s class and announces that she is bigger, meaner, and smarter than any of the other rodents, everyone is afraid It seems she really is bigger, meaner, and smarter than all of the rest of them Until our unwitting hero, Wodney Wat, catches Camilla outPoor Rodney Rat can t pronounce his R s and the other rodents tease him mercilessly But when Camilla Capybara joins Rodney s class and announces that she is bigger, meaner, and smarter than any of the other rodents, everyone is afraid It seems she really is bigger, meaner, and smarter than all of the rest of them Until our unwitting hero, Wodney Wat, catches Camilla out in a game of Simon Says Read along with Wodney as he surprises himself and his classmates by single handedly saving the whole class from the big bad bully Children will delight as shy Rodney Rat triumphs over all and his tiny voice decides the day, R s or no R s.

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    1. I have a major problem with this book. I read it for a conference I will attend this Fall. It's part of a group of books on the theme of bullying. I think children's books about bullying are used to serve two main purposes. One is to teach the lesson that picking on each other is wrong and the other is to help kids who are bullied feel like they're not the only ones, and learn strategies to help them cope with bullies. Hooway for Wodney Wat sends a message that doesn't suit either of those purpo [...]


    2. American Library Association Notable Book Award (2000)Monarch Award (2005)I truly enjoyed Hooway for Wodney Wat. Helen Lester always entertains young readers. Wodney Wat has a problem. He pronounces Rs like Ws. The other rodents ruthlessly tease him. One day, a new student-a very large rodent, named Camilla Capybara, barges into class. All the rodents are frightened by this larger and smarter rodent. When Wodney Wat is named the leader in Simon Says, his speaking deficit becomes his greatest str [...]


    3. Hooway for Wodney Wat by Helen Lester is a book about bullying, concerning someone with a speech impediment. Rodney is teased by other rodents because he can't pronounce his R's. When Camilla Capybara joins Rodney's class and announces that she is bigger, meaner, and smarter than any of the other rodents, everyone is afraid. Rodney manages to outwit her during a game of Simon Says, saving the day. Hooway for Woodney Wat has plenty of humor. Everyone is happy to see the underdog, er underrat, tri [...]


    4. Wodney suffers from a common problem - he says w instead of r. That in and of itself should have been okay, but he's shown being teased mercilessly by the other students. No adult notices and steps in, even when he's unable to speak up in class and either totally ostracised or - slightly better - so shy from this treatment that he avoids the other rodents entirely and never even pokes his head out of his jacket.This is realistic enough - unfortunately - but that doesn't make it pleasant for me t [...]


    5. Hooway for Wodney Wat has won countless awards for its exceptional story. The story teaches children about empathy for differences amongst their peers. In this story, we have Rodney Rat who can not pronounce the letter ‘r’. He pronounces his name as Wodney Wat due to his inability to pronounce the ‘r’. His classmates tease him continuously because of his speech impediment making Rodney Rat feel miserable and friendless. His status amongst his classmates changes when he is able to outsmar [...]


    6. I have a little cousin who has a hard time pronouncing his C's. This story is so empowering for children like him who may have some type of speech impediment. This story could also provide a lesson in bully prevention.


    7. I have loved this book for a long, long time. It is perfect and beautiful. It also leads to fantastic conversations about character and bullying. Plus, it's fantastic to read aloud.



    8. How many times to do we have students in our classroom who have been bullied? Who are the shy type, without a voice in the room?In Hooway for Wodney Wat, Rodney Rat is just that: quiet, unassuming, and because he cannot pronounce the letter R, bullied by his classmates. Just when it cannot get any worse, a large, boisterous rat by the name of Camilla Capybara moves into the classroom, who is loud, mean, and very obnoxious. One day, Rodney, with his speech problem, is picked to lead the class in [...]


    9. This book so well reviewed that I had high expectations for it. When I finished I was so unsettled by the treatment of the "villain" if you can even call her that. She's just an over confident child with a know it all attitude and intimidation factor. What did she really do that was so evil that warranted all the kids driving her out of town, aside from the first scene where she stepped on tails and bumped people? And is Wodney truly a hero for stooping to the class's level? Why are the students [...]


    10. In this story Rodney the rat has a little problem, he can't pronounce his r's. His classmates make fun of him and tease him for this little problem, which causes Rodney to sink into his jacket and hide. When a new classmate arrives who is extremely large, loud, and smart, he is even more afraid. Until the day he gets picked to lead Simon Says. Camilla Capybara can't understand Rodney and does many things she's not supposed to, like wake the leaves instead of rake the leaves. She pouts and leaves [...]


    11. "Hooway For Wodney Wat" is a fictional children's book about a rat with a speech impediment; however, Rodney or "Wodney" refuses to let his disability define him. When a big and mean bully arrives in his class, Wodney learns to overcome his fears and his embarrassment of his speech impediment in order to take a stance for himself and for his peers. "Hooway For Wodney Wat" is an adorable and funny children's book that shows the reality that students with disabilities typically get bullied or pick [...]


    12. This book is about a rat who has trouble pronouncing words. He cannot say his "r's" properly and gets teased as a result. When a bigger rodent, Camilla, joins the class and intimidates everyone, no one in the class knows how to deal with how mean she is. Then Wodney is able to outsmart her and protects the rest of the class from her bullying wrath. He is then seen as a classroom hero as he scares off the Camilla from class. The theme of this book is confidence and believing in yourself when othe [...]


    13. Rodney Rat could not pronounce his R's so he pronounced his name, Wodney Wat. He was mercilessly teased by his classmates because of this. One day a new rodent join the class and she said she was bigger, meaner, and smarter than any of them. When Rodney is chosen as game leader for Simon Says, his inability to pronounce "R" comes in handy. His classmates understand what he means, but the new rodent doesn't so does everything wrong. An example is "read the sign", which she thought was "weed the s [...]


    14. As an elementary school librarian, I like promoting books in which a child's disability actually turns into a gift. Here poor picked-upon Wodney, who hides his head inside his jacket at recess, becomes the hero of his class by inadvertently driving the new bully away.This story reminds me of "Gerald McBoing Boing," by Dr. Seuss, which is about a boy who can't talk, but only makes sounds.Wodney Wat is sure to encourge many kids, with or without disabilities, for many years to come! (Written March [...]


    15. Pretty funny story! Poor Wodney has a speech impediment. all his classmates tease him about it and he's so shy. Then a big capybara shows up in class. She's a loud mouthed little know it all who is also a bully. But Wodney can help get rid of her during recess with the help of his speech impediment and his classmates who understand him. I loved the illustrations, too!


    16. I gave this book a 5 because I like how they topic of bullies or that one mean kid in the school and put a fun spin on it. Rodney's problems with pronouncing his R's end up saving his whole class from being bullied anymore.


    17. A great book to make little kids laugh and to let the one that can't do "r's" have a chance to read out loud! The word-play is fun as is the situation and resolution.





    18. Poor little Rodney Rat just couldn’t pronounce his R’s. The other rodents in his classroom teased him about it constantly. One day a big, mean bully named, Camilla Capybara joined Rodney’s class and everyone is afraid. Everyone is so intimidated by Camilla until one day shy, little Rodney Rat beats Camilla at a game of Simon Says and the whole class is overjoyed. My response to this book is that I really like it. I think it is super cute and very funny. I would love to have this book in my [...]


    19. This book was about a little rat boy named Rodney who was made fun of at school because he couldn't pronounce his r's. One day, a new student came to school who was a big mean bully to everyone and bossed them around. Rodney was the leader outside one day and the bully didn't know he couldn't pronounce his r's, so every time he gave am order that the other kids could understand bjt the bully couldnt, she would do crazy things. The other kids laughed at her and she left the school. The kids didnt [...]


    20. Poor little Wodney Wat could not pronounce his R's, he couldn't even say his real name Rodney Rat. Everyone at P.S 142 Elementary School for Rodents made fun of Wodney. "What's another name for bunny?" they would ask Wodney and he would reply "Wabbit." Everyone poked fun at poor little Wodney that he was the shyest rodent in elementary school. He as lunch alone and would hide in his jacket at recess not playing with any of the other students. Until one day Camilla Capybara came to school. She wa [...]


    21. "Hooway for Wodney Wat" is a charming story about a young rat who has a speech impediment. Rodney is the main character and he can't pronounce his Rs. All of the children tease him for his problem and he becomes very shy. One day a new student named Camilla joins the class. She is the biggest rodent at the school and the meanest bully. All the students are afraid of her. Rodney is chosen to lead the games at recess and he makes his limitations his strengths when he gets rid of Camilla once and f [...]


    22. "Hooway for Wodney Wat" is a wonderful book about a small rat named Rodney who is attending school at PS 142 Elementary School for Rodents. The only thing is, Rodney cannot pronounce his "R"s and all of the other kids give him so much trouble about it. They trick him into using words that use r's like train, which for Rodney comes out as "twain'. Poor Rodney is so sad and alone at school from being bullied by his peers. But one day, PS 142 receives a new student, Camilla Capybara. She is bigger, [...]


    23. Genre: Picture book Reading Level: Early- transitional 5-8 Topics and Themes: Bullying, overcoming obstacles. Wodney is subjected to daily bullying because of his speech impediment, but ends up saving all of his classmates from an even bigger bully.Curricular Use: Read-AloudSocial: Deals with the issue of bullying. The students pick on Rodney until an even bigger bully comes to the school and picks on everyone. When Rodney runs off the bully during a game of Simon says all the other children rea [...]


    24. Hooway For Wodney Wat is about a rat named Rodney who cannot pronounce the letter "r." The children at school make fun of him for this and Rodney feels very left out from all the activties that the other kids in his class do. One day a new student comes to class named Camilla Capybara who thinks that she is bigger, smarter and meaner than all of the other kids in the class. Rodney is scared of her, but when he becomes leader of Simon Says one day, Camilla does not understand that Rodney can't sa [...]


    25. I think Hooway for Wodney Wat is a great book to help teach about differences. It is the story of Rodney Rat who can’t pronounce his r’s. This means poor Rodney is Wodney Wat the Wodent. He is often teased in school and for this reason is very shy&doesn’t “squeak” up very often. Until one day when a new student came to class, Camilla Capybara. Camilla is big and she is mean. At recess Wodney’s name gets drawn to lead Simon Says. Everyone else in the class is use to Rodney’s spe [...]


    26. Hooway for Wodney Wat by Helen Lester is a wonderful read aloud book for children in all elementary grades.Wodney (Rodney) has a speech impediment and cannot pronounce his r's correctly. All of his classmates constantly make fun of his for it and pick on him. That is until a new, very mean student comes to town and Wodney ends up saving the day. Then all the kids love Wodney and never pick on him again. This book is great for children of all ages because it teaches them that not everyone is the [...]


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