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Smoky Night

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Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English


  • Classics,
  • Lifestyles - City & Town Life,
  • Social Issues - Violence,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • California,
  • Fiction,
  • Interpersonal relations,
  • Los Angeles,
  • Neighborliness,
  • Riots,
  • Children: Grades 1-2

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatSchool & Library Binding
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9349446M
ISBN 100613182790
ISBN 109780613182799

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Children's Book Review: Smoky Night by Eve Bunting, Author, David Diaz, Illustrator Harcourt Children's Books $17 (40p) ISBN Bunting addresses urban violence in this. Smoky Night is a story about cats — and people — who couldn't get along until a night of rioting brings them together. SAVE TO LIST Other Books You Might Like. Smoky Night led a young reader to remark in an review, “This is a story about a boy named Daniel. He lives in a bad neighborhood with lots of rioting.” In , Dan Hade gave a talk at a children’s literature conference. Smoky Night. by Eve Bunting and David Diaz. A young African-American child describes a night of fear when rioting occurs in his read more. A young African-American child describes a night of fear when rioting occurs in his city neighborhood. "Rioting can happen when people get angry," his mother explains to .

Smoky Night By Eve Bunting Mama and I stand well back from our window, looking down. I’m holding Jasmine, my cat. We don’t have our lights on though it’s almost dark. People are rioting in the street below. Mama explains about rioting. “It can happen when people get angry. They want to smash and destroy. They don’t care anymoreFile Size: 78KB. We read Smoky Night by: Eve Bunting, a very thought provoking story about tragedy, race riots, negative judgment, and bonding. While reading this book, the material is so dense and deep that we had a hard time choosing one particular theme to focus on. I believe that Smoky Night is the perfect book to teach young students about the importance of accepting one another and also exploring social issues and how people react when they are angry. Below is a summary of each activity with a rationale for each.   Smoky Night is one of those picture books that always make me cry. The story deals with the difficult subject of hatred and rage and intolerance, yet in a subtle and evocative manner. Bunting first sets the stage with the broader picture of an out of control riot, as seen through the fearful eyes of a 4/4(44).

Smoky Night by Eve Bunting is a book unit. It includes Common Core Aligned before, during and after reading comprehension and vocabulary activities for the book unit, Smoky Night. You may use it for whole class or small group reading instruction, depending on your students’ needs. This book describes in an eloquent and matter-of-fact manner what was happening during the Los Angeles riots. Bold and powerful illustrations depict the scene as a mother and son witness and try to understand the events that are taking place just below their window. Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs for this book. A noted author (Fly Away Home, ) brings all her empathy and creative skill to another timely topic: an inner-city riot. Standing well back from their window, Daniel and his mama watch looters steal TVs and break into Kim's market. When it quiets down the two fall asleep, only to be roused: their building is burning, so they escape, through ravaged streets, to a shelter. Though Bunting.   Smoky Night written by Eve Bunting, is a children's book about a boy named Daniel and his mother watching rioting and looting in the streets below them. Daniel and his mother then both go to bed assuming the riots are over, but they quickly learn that their building is then on fire and have to quickly evacuate/5(30).