Mrs. Katz and Tush (Reading Rainbow Book) by Patricia Polacco

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Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL7521218M
ISBN 100440409365
ISBN 109780440409366

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Katz and Tush is a childrens book by Patricia Polacco which is about an old Jewish woman named Mrs. Katz whose husband had died recently and she ends up making friends with a young African-American boy named Larnel and a stray cat named Tush. Mrs. Katz and Tush is a truly wonderful tale about the importance of true friendship that children will /5.

As with many of Patricia Polacco's books, Mrs. Katz & Tush starts with a friendship, adds a simple story line, seasons it with an understanding look at a particular culture or two, adds a dash of humour, and ties it all together with illustrations that enrich the story (other examples, among many: Babushka Baba Yaga, Just Plain Fancy and Chicken Sunday).Cited by: In this special Passover story, Larnel Moore, a young African-American boy, and Mrs.

Katz, an elderly Jewish woman, develop an unusual friendship through their mutual concern for an abandoned cat named Tush. Together they explore the common themes of suffering and triumph in each of their cultures. Get e-Books "Mrs Katz And Tush" on Pdf, ePub, Tuebl, Mobi and Audiobook for FREE.

There are more than 1 Million Books that have been enjoyed by people from all over the world. Always update books hourly, if not looking, search in the book search column. Enjoy % FREE. Get this from a library. Mrs. Katz and Tush. [Patricia Polacco] -- A long-lasting friendship develops between Larnel, a young African-American, and Mrs.

Katz, a lonely Jewish widow, when Larnel presents Mrs. Katz with a scrawny kitten without a tail. Mrs. Katz and Tush is a book featured in Five in a Row, a literature-based unit study curriculum. Many families use FIAR for all but the grammar/reading and math, and others use it.

Mrs. Katz and Tush is a model story for the theme of accepting others. It begins with a simple gesture of kindness as Larnel presents Mrs. Katz with Tush, and continues throughout the book to make the development of Mrs. Katz and Larnel’s friendship believable.

The two share stories, celebrate Passover, and looking for Tush when she gets lost. As with many of Patricia Polacco's books, Mrs. Katz & Tush starts with a friendship, adds a simple story line, seasons it with an understanding look at a particular culture or two, adds a dash of humour, and ties it all together with illustrations that enrich the story (other examples, among many: Babushka Baba Yaga, Just Plain Fancy and Chicken Sunday)/5.

Mrs. Katz agrees on one condition: that Larnel helps her take care of the kitten she names Tush. When Larnel starts spending more and more time with Mrs. Katz to help with Tush, Mrs. Katz tells him stories about coming to America from Poland and about the /5(15).

In Mrs. Katz and Tush, she makes the statement, “our people are alike”. The Jews were enslaved in Egypt, and murdered in the Holocaust. The blacks taken into slavery, both banned from various places at different points in history.

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Katz feels fulfilled, a bubee (grandmother) at last. The final illustration shows an adult Larnel with Mrs. Katz holding his baby, and the story ends with him and his family visiting the woman's grave. Mrs. Katz's dialogue reflects her Yiddish background without being obtrusive.

As with many of Patricia Polacco's books, Mrs. Katz & Tush starts with a friendship, adds a simple story line, seasons it with an understanding look at a particular culture or two, adds a dash of humour, and ties it all together with illustrations that enrich the story (other examples, among many: Babushka Baba Yaga, Just Plain Fancy and Chicken Sunday)/5(47).

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Mrs. Katz agrees on one condition: that Larnel help her take care of the kitten she names Tush. When Larnel starts spending more and more time with Mrs. Katz to help with Tush, Mrs. Katz tells him stories about coming to America from Poland and about the good times she spent with her late husband.

A boy Larnal Gives Mrs. katz tush. Then MRS. katz tells larnal about her life. After that They lost tush but They found her. Then MRS. katz and went to her Husband's grave. They put stones on Mrs katz husband's grave.

Then Larnal had Hanukkah with MRS. katz. Five Stars Recommended by: Max C., 3rd grader, Kentucky USA ***** This is a unique story of the special bond that develops 3/3(1). The first book, Mrs. Katz and Tush is written by Patricia Polacco that was published in This book is a great example of multicultural because it shows true.

About Mrs. Katz and Tush. Friends from different backgrounds come together in a heartwarming picture book that is perfect for Passover, from beloved children’s book author Patricia Polacco. Larnel doesn’t know his neighbor, Mrs. Katz, very well, until he asks her to adopt an abandoned kitten.

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The tasks provided for students in this. Description of the book "Mrs Katz and Tush": In this special Passover story, Larnel Moore, a young African-American boy, and Mrs.

Katz, an elderly Jewish woman, develop an unusual friendship through their mutual concern for an abandoned cat named Tush. An elderly widow and a scrawny, abandoned kitten provide each other with love and comfort in this gentle picture book. Lonely after her husband's death, Mrs. Katz appreciates the frequent visits from.

Mrs. Katz agrees on one condition: that Larnel helps her take care of the kitten she names Tush. When Larnel starts spending more and more time with Mrs. Katz to help with Tush, Mrs.

Katz tells him stories about coming to America from Poland and about the good times she spent with her late husband.

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Mrs. Katz and Tush touches upon the relationships that are established between generations, and the importance of learning from one another and building on that. Mrs.

Katz is significantly older than Larnel, and throughout the book as she shares the different types of traditions with Larnel, Larnel makes it a point to not just understand but to.

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