The Listening Story

The Listening Story No one ever listens to me No one at all no matter what it s about Did you ever just want people to stop and listen to what you are saying That s what Emma wants but she feels like no one will pay at

  • Title: The Listening Story
  • Author: Jack Thompsen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • No one ever listens to me No one at all, no matter what it s about Did you ever just want people to stop and listen to what you are saying That s what Emma wants, but she feels like no one will pay attention to what she has to say because she is younger and smaller than everyone around her She has lots of good ideas, but no idea how to get her parents, her sister, an No one ever listens to me No one at all, no matter what it s about Did you ever just want people to stop and listen to what you are saying That s what Emma wants, but she feels like no one will pay attention to what she has to say because she is younger and smaller than everyone around her She has lots of good ideas, but no idea how to get her parents, her sister, and grownups to HEAR what she is saying Using critical thinking skills, Emma is able to help others and get grownups to hear her small, but powerful voice This is a great teaching tool for children who struggle to make their voice heard or who feel left out Fully illustrated for early readers, this is a great teaching tool for children who struggle to make their voice heard or who feel left out FREE to read with your Kindle Unlimited subscription

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    1. Emma is a little girl with a lot of big ideas! Trouble is, most people older than Emma (family included) never seem to pay attention to the things she has to say, leaving her in doubt of if her thoughts even mattering that much. This story teaches a great message for children of the need to speak up and will inspire them to fight the discouragement of being unheard by persistently sharing their ideas. I especially enjoyed Emma’s personality: Innovative, thoughtful, and a little indignant.One t [...]

    2. The Listening Story is a great way to help a little child who feels like no one is listening to what they say. Grownups sometimes get busy and don’t take the time needed to really listen. At the same time, it’s easy for kids to get upset and frustrated if they are not understood. This story shows what can happen if you just keep trying. Emma learns that not only do grownups hear her, but also that her voice really is important. She can help! When she stops thinking about how sad she feels, s [...]

    3. Great short book!Love the illustrations. The story is short, concise and easy to understand for young readers (or listeners!). Definitely recommend this story book.

    4. In the book we meet young Emma who feels like nobody listens to her, but soon she learns the joy of helping and listening to different people in her neighborhood.I liked how Emma is portrayed as a resourceful, intelligent girl wearing jeans and a shirt, not the typical frilly-dressed girly wannabe-princess. In the first picture of the book, Emma is seen at the front porch feeling upset, and in the last picture, Emma is seen at the same place feeling happy and excited. This was a nice visual touc [...]

    5. Lovely story about a little girl frustrated that she wasn't being heard. She eventually learnt to listen herself and found this was she was able to give better advice and she started feeling valued. A really important message in this book for both children and parents about the importance of communicating. Well written in rhyme with beautiful illustrations.

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