Books by Trinka Hakes Noble. Oct 01, Acton added it Shelves: To ask other readers questions about The Orange Shoes , please sign up. We will try our Feb 05, Lisa Vegan rated it it was amazing Recommends it for:
Womens Orange Shoes Refine Results. Browse Related Browse Related. Also shop in Also shop in. You can expect superior quality with a reasonable price and ex New Jersey Sold by: Cool and comfortable these classic lace up sneakers will go with any outfit! Shoes available in 11 different colors. This classic sneaker can be worn year round with any casual outfit of choosing. It features soft cotton laces and assorted colors.
Pair with skirts, dresses, jeans, or shorts to fit your personal styl If you're looking for a comfy pair of aqua sock for your poolside activi Open toe, single band at vamp. Ankle strap with adjustable buckle. Due to the quality differentiation between different monitors, th The more energy you give, the more you get. Fold and Go for easy transport. Fit Flex sole is soft rubber, durable enough for outdoors. Form-fitting construction and ergonomic comfort. Our goal is to make sure that you can find exac Give your look a signature Ed Hardy edge in this neon sneaker.
Canvas fabric upper with Ed Hardy signature accent. Rubber outsole with Ed Hardy signature accen Cotton cloth Top, Thick Rubber Sole. Comfort, Quality and Light Weight. If the item is Broken or Defective. Canvas Upper, Rubber Outsole. Black, Red, Gray, Orange Red, Never fear, all ends well in this beautiful story, one that brought the tears to my eyes.
Apr 23, Savannah rated it really liked it Shelves: The reader first meets Delly Porter as she is happily walking barefoot to school. Once she gets to school a fellow classmates,Prudy, makes fun of Delly for not having shoes and tells her she is going to get frostbite in the winter. This makes Delly sad. On the same day the teacher announces that the school will be hosting a shoebox social to raise money for art supplies.
The only way the bidders will know who they are bidding for dinner with is by their shoes. This inspires Delly to come up with The reader first meets Delly Porter as she is happily walking barefoot to school.
This inspires Delly to come up with a creative solution once Prudy ruins her new shoes for the event. This story would be great for and second grade classroom and up. There are many words on each page and the message behind the words is powerful. Using this book in a classroom can help to teach about how the important thing in life is not about money but about how you treat others. This book will also teach about how beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
With these important messages in the book, using it in classroom as a read aloud would be very powerful. This book is a combination of powerful and uplifting. It is absolutely a wow book for how well it is written. The illustrations in this book are beautiful, colorful and inspiring.
This book is filled with good messages and a heartwarming ending. Feb 06, Dolly rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I am not sure if words can express how touched I was by this story.
It's a tale of a young girl who experiences such bliss in the simple things in life, a joie de vivre that money just cannot buy. It's a story of ingenuity and making do with the resources available.
And it's a story of sacrifice, one that shows how parents are often willing to do whatever they can for the benefit of their children. But it's also a story about bullying, snobbery and ignorance that shows that having money doe Wow! But it's also a story about bullying, snobbery and ignorance that shows that having money does not equate to having class. The illustrations are terrific and the story is one that I know will stay with us for a long time, especially my budding young artist.
It definitely earns a rare 5-star review from me. I heard about this book in a thread about bullying on the Children's Books group here at Goodreads. Dec 22, Barbara rated it really liked it Shelves: Adella Delly Porter knows that times are tough for her family, but she finds joy in the simple things and in knowing that her parents love her.
In fact, her positive attitude may be one of the best things about the young girl. Because money is tight, she's had to walk barefoot to school. But she doesn't really mind having to do so since it allows her to feel the texture of the dirt as she walks. She has artistic talent too, and is creative enough to make her own sketchbook from recycled envelo Adella Delly Porter knows that times are tough for her family, but she finds joy in the simple things and in knowing that her parents love her.
She has artistic talent too, and is creative enough to make her own sketchbook from recycled envelopes. When her teacher announces a fundraiser featuring a shoebox decorated by students at her school, Delly longs for her own pair of shoes, particularly an orange pair she sees in a store window. When her father manages to buy them, her jealous classmates ruin them. But the irrepressible Delly embellishes them with floral decorations to match the shoebox she paints.
The text and illustrations in this picture book simply shine with a positive message about acceptance and the love of a supportive family. The author captures the essence of Prudy Winfield, Delly's cruel classmate, perfectly here. While Prudy's family may have plenty of cash, their daughter has a cold heart and one that lacks compassion.
This is an excellent title for sharing along with others that will evoke empathy and understanding in the hearts of young readers. Having the right kind of shoes might seem like such a little thing, and the amount of the money raised might seem to be very insignificant, but not in the long run, of course. Wealth, after all, varies from individual to individual and family to family. I loved this story and will be interested to see how a modern audience used to privilege will react to it.
The subtle and not-so-subtle acts of cruelty and harsh words ring true here, and many readers are likely to have experienced the aggressive behavior of Prudy and her followers.
Dec 11, Kaylin Matejek rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Orange Shoes shares the story of Adella Porter who is a smart, talented young lady.
Delly needs new shoes, but doesn't seem to mind too much because she enjoys the silky dirt beneath her bare feet on the walk to school. Well, she doesn't seem to mind until another girl in her class says only poor kids go barefoot. This unfortunate comment sticks with Adella. Then one day their teacher, Mrs. Violet announces they will host a Harvest Festival and put on a Shoebox Social to raise money for new The Orange Shoes shares the story of Adella Porter who is a smart, talented young lady.
Violet announces they will host a Harvest Festival and put on a Shoebox Social to raise money for new art supplies. Adella absolutely loves to draw and is so ecstatic by the news! However, Delly discovers how tough live can become when surrounded by people who try to tear you down instead of lift you up. Trinka Hakes Noble has written a warmhearted, sincere book that I feel is a must read.
The Orange Shoes is a "story of a young girl who learns the most precious things in life are not measured in dollars and cents but by the warmth of one's heart. In addition to incredible words, Doris Ettlinger has created remarkable pictures to go along with the story. These illustrations only increased my enjoyed of this book, and I would love to read another book by this duo. Oct 03, Kati rated it really liked it.
What a lovely little story about how a true artist will find any means necessary to beautify their world. Delly comes from a poor family who knows the value of family and love and encouragement, and when a cruel classmate tries to tear Delly down, she finds the means, the heart, to prove to the world and her mean-spirited classmate that she's above such low-class behavior. I love that this story makes it clear that being financially disadvantaged does not equate to poverty of spirit, and that t What a lovely little story about how a true artist will find any means necessary to beautify their world.
I love that this story makes it clear that being financially disadvantaged does not equate to poverty of spirit, and that true class comes from within, not from the financial means of one's family.
Mar 20, Donna Mork rated it really liked it. Very wordy but good. A story about a girl who had no shoes. Another girl makes fun of her. Then they have a show box special to raise money for art supplies.
The girl with no shoes is worried but her dad buys her new shoes. Then her friends, so called, stomp on them and ruin them. The girl works on them, painting them so they are even prettier than they began. She raises the most money of the group. And now all the kids have art supplies because of her and her dad. Oct 25, Kristi rated it it was amazing Shelves: Dolly Porter and her family are poor, although when the reader meets Delly, she is grateful to be walking barefoot to feel the dirt beneath her feel--the smooth places, the rough places, and everything in between.
Delly is bright and loves to draw and uses the resources she has to do so. She takes the inside of envelopes and sews them together to use it as a sketch pad. Delly and her family do what is necessary to get by. When her teacher announces they will have a shoebox social to raise Money Dolly Porter and her family are poor, although when the reader meets Delly, she is grateful to be walking barefoot to feel the dirt beneath her feel--the smooth places, the rough places, and everything in between.
When her teacher announces they will have a shoebox social to raise Money for art supplies, Delly knows getting a new pair of shoes may be impossible. Plus, the class bully and rich girl, Prudy Winfield, makes fun of Delly. When Delly explains the project to her parents and her mom tells her dad she really needs a new pair of shoes for winter, Daddy explains his truck needs new tires, which are more important than shoes so he can work to put food on the table.
Delly realizes daddy's truck needs "new shoes" more than she does. Daddy figures a way to only get two new tires so he has extra money two get Delly the orange shoes she dreams of. Delly makes a terrible decision and must fix it before the auction.
Between the jealousy of her classmates and bullying from Prudy, Delly rises above and raises the most money at the auction. This is a touching story of sacrifice, love, and accepting responsibility for one's actions. Great lessons for anyone of any age. Feb 23, Erin Feller rated it really liked it Shelves: I really enjoyed this book and believe students would as well!
It is a fantastic story on prejudice and differing economic status. This is an awesome story in overcoming bullies and staying true to yourself. I also enjoyed the illustrations in this book, they are warm and inviting with varied perspective, which truly add to the plot. This book would be great for discussing prejudices and self worth. The imagery in this book is great and a Personal review: The imagery in this book is great and adds to the overall effect of the story. This story is also great for teaching setting because it takes place in the past.
Students will be able to learn what it was like to go to school in a one-roomed school house with all ages of children where everyone walked to school. Oct 01, Acton added it Shelves: In The Orange Shoes, one of the main lessons is that a great artist always knows where to look.
Delly starts off not having any shoes. Then Delly and her family go to the city and her dad gets her new orange shoes. She goes back to school wearing her orange shoes because she thinks it will make everyone else happy, also. Then Prudy Winfield, the meanest girl in the class, says, "Delly can't have better shoes than us," and all the other girls join her to ruin Delly's orange shoes.
After school is In The Orange Shoes, one of the main lessons is that a great artist always knows where to look. After school is over, Delly's mom makes her new paints, and Delly goes upstairs and has a wonderful idea: At the shoebox social, her box makes the most money. This was a great book because I learned that anything that is messed up, you can always turn into something even better.
Jul 29, Sandybear76 added it. I loved this longer picture book. Delly must start wearing shoes as winter is coming but money is very tight at her house. The teacher has decided to have a fundraiser for art supplies. The students will decorate a shoebox and fill it with dinner. Then the shoeboxes were be bid on at the fundraiser.
Delly's dad buys her a pair of shoes that she loves. But the first time she wears the orange shoes to school, the ot I loved this longer picture book. But the first time she wears the orange shoes to school, the other girls are mean and stomp on her new shoes and ruin them. Delly doesn't want her folks to get mad about the damaged new shoes.
Orange Shoes Sale: Save Up to 50% Off! Shop oraplanrans.tk's huge selection of Orange Shoes - Over styles available. FREE Shipping & Exchanges, and a % price guarantee! Free shipping and returns on Women's Orange Shoes at oraplanrans.tk Online shopping for Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry from a great selection of Sandals, Boots, Pumps, Fashion Sneakers, Footwear & more at everyday low prices.