Jack and the Night Visitors

Jack and the Night Visitors Join the adventures of Jack and the freckle faced boy in this charming wordless pictorial narrative that s perfect for prereaders Jack and the boy receive a late night visit from very unique guests b

  • Title: Jack and the Night Visitors
  • Author: Pat Schories
  • ISBN: 9781932425338
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Join the adventures of Jack and the freckle faced boy in this charming wordless pictorial narrative that s perfect for prereaders Jack and the boy receive a late night visit from very unique guests, but no one would ever believe the story The boy tries to trap one, but it s clear that his guests do not want to stay This compelling book introduces preliterate children toJoin the adventures of Jack and the freckle faced boy in this charming wordless pictorial narrative that s perfect for prereaders Jack and the boy receive a late night visit from very unique guests, but no one would ever believe the story The boy tries to trap one, but it s clear that his guests do not want to stay This compelling book introduces preliterate children to elements of story such as character, setting, and action enabling them to better understand language when they begin to read words.

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    • Beginning immediately on the cover and cover pages, this wordless picture book tells the tale of a Jack the dog, and a little boy who have night visitors from outer space. These aliens, who are more like robots, play with the things in the little boy’s room. Soon, they become hungry, and the boy shares a snack with them. Eventually, it is time to go, and the boy attempts to keep one of the robots in a jar as a keepsake. Nonetheless, Jack steps in to rescue the robot, and allows him to return t [...]


    • This is a wonderfully expressive story and it is easy to forget that there are no words! Jack (a dog) and his boy wake to find a spaceship of aliens on the roof. As the story progresses, the reader can follow the boy's feelings as they go from alarm to disbelief to excitement. The illustrations of Jack and the tiny aliens are just as evocative of a range feelings. This book will appeal to toddlers and pre-schoolers. Jack and the Night Visitors is the third in a series of wordless booksP Summary: [...]


    • Jack and the Night Visitors by Pat Schories is a wordless picture book telling the story of Jack, a dog and his boy. One night there a little robot visitors that come through the boy’s window in a small flying ship. They come into the boy’s room to play. Seeing that one of their other worldly guest is hungry, Jack and the boy sneak downstairs to get them some snacks. While they play, the boy decides that he would like to keep one of the visitors, so he puts him in a jar, causing mass confusi [...]


    • Genre:Wordless Picture BookAwards: noneJack and the Night Visitors is a wordless picture book with great illustrations that tells the story of some little aliens that come to visit Jack one night. It begins when Jack and his dog see a bright light outside the bedroom window. A group of tiny, happy aliens park their space ship on the roof, hop in Jack's room, and begin playing with all of his toys. Jack likes the aliens so much that he decides he wants to keep one. He empties out a jar on his des [...]


    • What a cute little story. I like that it was all told through the pictures. An alien space shit is coming down out of the sky. Jack is sleeping, when a strange light suddenly awakes him in his room. He goes to the window with his dog and they see aliens. They come into his room and start playing with his toys. One motions that he is hungry so Jack rushes downstairs and brings back cereal and a bowl. The aliens eat the cereal and continue to play and relax. He wants to keep one so he empties the [...]


    • Using an engaging wordless style, Jack and the Night Visitors tells the story of friendly but mischievous creatures from space visiting a boy and his trusty canine Jack. When the boy wants one of the visitors to stay Jack comes to the rescue. Children will enjoy the humor and detail in the colorful illustrations. This book would be useful for pre-readers to tell the story in their own words. Jack and the Night Visitors is the third book that follows Jack and his boy—interested readers would al [...]


    • My five-year-old son picked this book out from the library last week. This house looked so much like ours, right down to the green kitchen and the sleeping grey cat, we knew that the little boy's name must have been Thomas. Thomas (my Thomas) loves all things robots and space related, and he very often does not fall right to sleep at night. He had no difficulty in relating to this adorably-drawn wordless picture book.


    • Pat Schories wordless picturebook Jack and the Night Visitors is a delightful book for preschool to kindergarten students. The story centers around Jack and his cute puppy that are visited one night by tin robots from space. Hilarity ensues as the night visitors get into everything from Jack's drawers to food, leading Jack to try and capture one of the night visitors to keep as a pet. The illustrations add to this wordless book and it is a must have for a primary school class library.


    • There's not much this book couldn't be used for in any classroom! Introduce/teach/review story elements, use of details (in illustrations) to generate meaning and imagery. Older students could write dialogue to go with the pictures or write the "next chapter."


    • This wordless picture book is excellent for my boys who aren't yet reading. We can change the story up every time we read it to create something new. I felt the illustrations were very good and expressions on the faces of the characters conveyed feeling and meaning quite handily.




    • Tiny spacemen visit Jack and his boy. Things are going swimmingly until the boy goes all lightning-bug-in-a-jar with one of the aliens. If you love something . . . set it free, boy. Even Sting knows that.


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