Use Your Imagination

Use Your Imagination Rabbit is bored What shall he do Luckily Wolf has the perfect solution Why not write a story he suggests Rabbit thinks this is a great idea And so Wolf teaches Rabbit to use his imagination to create

  • Title: Use Your Imagination
  • Author: Nicola O'Byrne
  • ISBN: 9780763680015
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Rabbit is bored What shall he do Luckily, Wolf has the perfect solution Why not write a story he suggests Rabbit thinks this is a great idea And so Wolf teaches Rabbit to use his imagination to create the perfect story with lots of exciting props and interesting characters Rabbit is desperate to know what happens next when it suddenly becomes clear that Wolf is veRabbit is bored What shall he do Luckily, Wolf has the perfect solution Why not write a story he suggests Rabbit thinks this is a great idea And so Wolf teaches Rabbit to use his imagination to create the perfect story with lots of exciting props and interesting characters Rabbit is desperate to know what happens next when it suddenly becomes clear that Wolf is very hungry uh oh, so that s how the story ends But Wolf hasn t reckoned on Rabbit s excellent imagination

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    • Nicola O'Byrne

      Nicola O Byrne was banned from watching Saturday morning television by her parents and she has been drawing ever since She grew up in Singapore surrounded by the vibrant colors of the tropics and had not even heard of illustration as a career before she discovered the Illustration course at Edinburgh College of Art She has a masters in printmaking from Camberwell College of Art Nicola O Byrne gets most of her ideas for children s books when she should be working on something else, and bases all of her characters on people she knows She lives in England.

    556 thoughts on “Use Your Imagination

    • Rabbit is bored and wishes something would happen. As luck would have it, a 'librarian' wolf suggests they make up a story using their imaginations. However, every time rabbit comes up with a suggestion, the wolf tries to change it to the way he wants. Just as things look dire, the rabbit suddenly realises he can use his imagination to change the story. What happens to the wolf? Well you'll just have to fold out the quadruple-page spread towards the back of the book to see.This was a charming bo [...]



    • In today's world of electronics everything is preprogrammed with little room for imagination. This work uses animal characters and simple artwork in an attempt to teach children how to use their imaginations. A handy tool for anyone with children.



    • "Varför skriver du inte en saga?" sa Vargen. Jag är bibliotekarie, förstår du, och vi bibliotekarier vet massor om sagor.""Du ser inte ut som en bibliotekarie", sa Kaninen. "Vilka stora öron du har!""Det är för att jag ska kunna höra på sagor lilla vän", sa Vargen. "Och vilka stora ögon du har!" sa Kaninen."Det är för att jag ska kunna läsa lilla vän", sa Vargen. "Hm, jag är säker på att jag hört något liknande förut", sa Kaninen. "Bry dig inte om det", sa Vargen snabbt. "Nu [...]



    • Pleasant story about a wolf and a rabbit, one of which uses imagination to turn the tables. Useful for programming for K regarding imagination.




    • Another innovative book from Nicola O'Byrne. This book is PERFECT for our Unit of Inquiry into Stories: read on as the tricky wolf ("I'm a librarian!" "BUt what big eyes you have" "All the better to read with") attempts to hoodwink the resourceful rabbit into another story with BITE. Luckily, the rabbit has plans of their own. A great way to introduce the idea of imagination, where stories come from, and creating your own stories. This would make a great companion read with Just Imagine.


    • When Rabbit decides to write a story, he does so with the help of Wolf, who is masquerading as a librarian. The story starts off well, but quickly results in Rabbit scurrying through the woods with Wolf at his heels. But the quick thinking and imagination of Rabbit keeps him from becoming Wolf's dinner. The mixed media illustrations are lively, engaging, and fun for readers to manipulate, especially when they see where Wolf goes and note the images at the story's conclusion. Young readers will s [...]


    • Rabbit really wants there to be rockets in his story, but Wolf doesn't like where Rabbit's imagination take him.This fractured-esque fairy tale is another meta-fictive picturebook that is bound to get lost with all the rest. The illustrations are crisp and well-rendered in mixed media--colorful and enticing with plenty of white space. Yet, the font design is ineffective and instead of coming across as whimsical, it rather gives me a headache.There are better "break-the-fourth-wall" books and boo [...]


    • Good book for preschoolers. My kids are at an age where they are getting scared of things like monsters and waking up to bad dreams. I like how rabbit realizes that he is the hero of his own story and takes matters in to his own hands. My kids were very excited about the idea of managing their own fears and sending them off in a rocket. It was also nice to keep repeating "Use your imagination," to let them know that they can change what will happen if they want/need to. I would definitely recomm [...]


    • I am unsure of this book. I would want to read it with kids as it is a little slow to get off the ground and a little scary at the end. A rabbit is encouraged to use his imagination to tell a story from a "librarian" wolf who turns out cannot be trusted, but is actually very limiting until the rabbit uses his imagination to shoot him off to the moon. A little too weird.


    • Weer een heerlijk prentenboek van O'Byrne (Pas op! Dit boek bijt!) Geschikt voor kinderen tot en met groep 4 ( en verder iedereen die van prentenboeken houdt En van sprookjes :-) )Ik ga bedenken of we hier niet een bieb bezoek of iets dergelijks omheen kunnen bouwen.Nederlandse titel: Gebruik je fantasie! (Maar pas op met WAT je verzint!)


    • Great story based around little red riding hood.Repeated phrase - "Use your imagination"Clear but cute pictures to support the text.Use of different fonts - that I actually like! They support the suprasegmentals of the sentences.Worked well at storytimes, even though I thought it would be too wordy. Got the children to repeat the line "use your imagination".


    • Brilliant read book, for encouraging children to think about how they can create there own story. This is great as you can have a Wolfe voice & a sweet rabbit voice when reading aloud. Illustrations are superb and really add to the story. The fold out page is a great surprise.


    • About rabbit who is bored, and is helped to write a story by Wolf, a Librarian. Rabbit is told to "use your imagination".A bit long for storytimes, but a good Y1-3 read aloud about writing stories.Reminds me of Emily Gravitt.


    • Loved that the bad wolf pretends to be a librarian to trick the rabbit. But of course the rabbit is the hero and has a few tricks of his own. Encourages kids to use their imagination to make up stories - what could be better than that?


    • I'm not sure that I would've picked this one based on the title, but it was in the new section at the library and we decided to try it. I liked this book and the kids liked the book. It has a little humour for the adults and my son requested to have it read to him again.


    • Bored rabbit creates a story with Wolf, who tells him to use his imagination frequently! Fractured fairy tale, but seems more a lesson in writing. Story has a twist and interesting page at the end. Hope students won't feel it's too young for them. Geared to ages 3-7.



    • Excellent! A clever remix of Little Red Riding Hood! I loved how the little brown, furry rabbit "hoodwinked' the sly fox by using his imagination!



    • Such a fun picture book. Use Your Imagination uses Red Riding hood as a jumping off point for its own story. The rabbit is bored, and the wolf suggests that he use his imagination to tell a story.


    • Very unattractive artwork for a picture book about using the imagination. The story is a bit timeworn, too, with its bad wolf and naive hare, but the message about creativity is useful.


    • How can you not like a picture book, or any book really, that takes a traditional story line and, as the title suggests, uses imagination to rewrite it? This gives me ideas for writing pieces.


    • This would be good to read to a class during a writing unit. I love all of the pictures, and the different situations the wolf and rabbit get into.



    • A great read aloud for primary grades, especially when teaching about the writing process and story elements.


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