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Uncle Wille and the Soup Kitchen

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  • 5 Currently reading

Published by HarperTrophy .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English literature: fiction texts,
  • Fiction,
  • Social Issues - Homelessness & Poverty,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • Children: Grades 1-2,
  • Children: Kindergarten,
  • Juvenile Fiction / General,
  • General,
  • Soup kitchens

  • Edition Notes

    Reading Rainbow Book

    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7727059M
    ISBN 100688152856
    ISBN 109780688152857
    OCLC/WorldCa36801621

      The author/illustrator of City Green () and Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen () again celebrates community spirit, this time with a tale of a takecharge child who refuses to let her grandpa's corner grocery quietly disappear when a big supermarket opens down the street. Having already seen the neighborhood hardware store closed by competition, Lucy indignantly rejects the Author: Dyanne Disalvo-Ryan.


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Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen (Reading Rainbow Book) Paperback – Ap by Dyanne Disalvo-Ryan (Author)/5(27). Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen is a great children's book for the older crowd.

The story is relatively long which would make it difficult to keep the attention of younger children. The story is about a young boy who is following in his following in his uncle's footsteps and helping volunteer at a soup kitchen/5.

About the Author DyAnne DiSalvo-Ryan's books include Grandpa's Corner Store, A Castle on Viola Street, City Green and Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen. She lives in Philadelphia. DyAnne DiSalvo-Ryan's books include Grandpa's Corner Store, A Castle on Viola Street, City Green and Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen.5/5(1).

Uncle willie and the soup kitchen is a beautiful,wonderful book to read with a child. It presents a young boy and his Uncle willie as he gathers food to prepare at a soup kitchen in which he fact that Uncle Willie considers the denizens his guests, and not moochers or people looking for a handout is deeply moving/5(3).

A boy spends the day with Uncle Willie in the soup kitchen where he works preparing and serving food for the hungry. The book is a straightforward fictional view of an urban soup kitchen, as observed by a Uncle Wille and the Soup Kitchen book visiting it with his Uncle Willie, who works there every day.

Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen by DyAnne DiSalvo. Soup kitchens ; Juvenile Fiction | General + Show More - Show Fewer Details Explore Related Books by. Long Way Down. by Jason Reynolds. 55 Resources18 Awards.

The Hate U Give. by Angie Thomas. 54 Resources Soup kitchens; Fiction Description Learning from his uncle Willie that there are less fortunate people in the world and the importance of helping them, a young boy volunteers for a day's work at a soup kitchen and learns how he can make a difference.

Notable Children’s Book NCSS/CBC Children’s Books of the Year/The Child Study Book Committee “Based on the actual volunteer experience of the author, this picture book provides a look into the soup kitchen without an overly sentimental view of the hungry or a dose of pessimism for the reader.

Uncle Willie: “Lunchtime!” (Uncle Willie opens the doors, and people begin to come in. Johnny stands shyly just behind Uncle Willie.) “The soup is nice and hot right from the pot.” (Uncle Willie greets each person. He knows almost everyone by name. Some people try to shake hands with Johnny, but he remains removed from the Size: KB.

About the Author DyAnne DiSalvo-Ryan's books include Grandpa's Corner Store, A Castle on Viola Street, City Green and Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen. She lives in Philadelphia. DyAnne DiSalvo-Ryan's books include Grandpa's Corner Store, A Castle on Viola Street, City Green and Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen/5(27).

Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen. A boy is confronted with the social issues of poverty and the homeless when he spends a day helping his Uncle Willie in a soup kitchen.

Mulberry Books, - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages 2 Reviews Learning from his uncle Willie that there are less fortunate people in the world and the importance of helping them, a young boy 4/5(2). Uncle willie and the soup kitchen is a beautiful,wonderful book to read with a child.

It presents a young boy and his Uncle willie as he gathers food to prepare at a soup kitchen in which he fact that Uncle Willie considers the denizens his guests, and not moochers or /5(29).

"A straightforward fictional view of an urban soup kitchen, as observed by a boy visiting it with his `Uncle Willie,' who works there every difficult lives of those fed (including /5(4). Excerpt from Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen The boy and his uncle Willie see Frank “The Can Man” pushing his shopping cart in the street and Uncle Willie has a.

This book follows a young boy whose uncle operates a soup kitchen and invites the young boy to help serve the community for the day. This text is a great tool for teaching older children the importance of empathy and helping those in need.

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Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen (Reading Rainbow Book) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. The author uses developed language in developed sentence structure to tell the story.

The story follows the little boy as he visits the soup kitchen with his Uncle Willie, who helps prepare the food at the soup kitchen. The story deals with common social issues of hunger and homelessness. Uncle Willie invites him to the soup kitchen so that he can see what a soup kitchen is like.

The narrator encounters many different guests at the soup kitchen, and sees how serving people food can make a difference in their lives. This book is appropriate for older children in /5(8).

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Assesses Vocabulary, Comprehension, and Writing skills in a compact, easy-to-use, uniform format 3. Uses Who, What, Where, When, Why, Which /5(9). Inspired by her own experience of working in a soup kitchen, DiSalvo-Ryan’s Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen is a picture book that addresses the social issue of homelessness.

In the story, the narrator, a young boy, wonders why his Uncle Willie works every day at a soup kitchen/5(8). Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen I first read this book when it came home with my son in 3rd grade. I just loved the message it sent.

I also loved the illustrations and felt like I had been to this place before. So, I looked up the author, Dyanne DiSalvo online.

She has a wonderful webpage with all her books listed and the awards earned. Materials/Resources The book Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen by Dyanne Disalvo-Ryan (copies are available at your school library or the public library system).

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My Great- Aunt Arizona- has a sticker inside the front cover, a bent front cover corner, and some of the following pages have slightly bent corners too. Uncle Willie And The Soup Kitchen- These books have slightly worn covers, but are overall in great Rating: % positive. I will introduce the book “Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen” and ask the children to listen for examples of philanthropy as I read the book to them.

After I have read the story, I will ask the students to give examples of the philanthropy that they heard in the story. I will discuss the definition of the term common good.

I will File Size: KB. for Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen by DyAnne DiSalvo. To help put the right book in each reader's hands, consider the following comprehensive text complexity analyses within your instructional plans. View the Text Complexity Toolkit for help. DyAnne DiSalvo (DiSalvo-Ryan) is an American artist and author of children's literature, best known for her string of books which focus on building better communities, including City Green (HarperCollins, ) and Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen (HarperCollins, ).

The book, Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen by Dyanne DiSalvo Ryan, is a wonderful story that shows us how we can volunteer and serve those who are hungry and less fortunate. Uncle Willie is a volunteer at a soup kitchen in his community. In the story, he shows his nephew how volunteers throughout the community donate money, food, supplies, and their time to provide meals for those who need help.

A straightforward fictional view of an urban soup kitchen, as observed by the young narrator who accompanies his Uncle Willie one day, to volunteer and help. Grandpa’s Corner Store When a giant new supermarket moves into the neighborhood, Lucy’s grandpa plans to sell his store.

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