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Best Frints in the Whole Universe Yelfred and Omek have been best frints since they were little blobbies They play and snack and sometimes they even fight all in a language similar to but slightly different from English When Omek d

  • Title: Best Frints in the Whole Universe
  • Author: Antoinette Portis
  • ISBN: 9781626721364
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Best Frints in the Whole Universe By Antoinette Portis, Yelfred and Omek have been best frints since they were little blobbies They play and snack, and sometimes they even fight, all in a language similar to but slightly different from, English When Omek decides to borrow Yelfred s new spaceship without asking and then crashes it , it sparks the biggest fight yet Can these two best frints make up and move on Award winning pYelfred and Omek have been best frints since they were little blobbies They play and snack, and sometimes they even fight, all in a language similar to but slightly different from, English When Omek decides to borrow Yelfred s new spaceship without asking and then crashes it , it sparks the biggest fight yet Can these two best frints make up and move on Award winning picture book creator Antoinette Portis delivers a new universe of cleverness and imagination in this hilarious, sweet, and otherworldly book about friendship.

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    1. There s some fun wordplay here that I think would go over well for storytimes and or class visits It s really different from Antoinette Portis other books, but still pretty good The two alien frints are pretty feisty, but with the classic storybook human ideas of being fair, sharing, etc I like that she took her talents to space, and I m always looking forward to her next book Sidenote since I mostly do baby storytimes, I don t really have to worry about concepts like sharing That kind of perspe [...]

    2. Two alien best friends have a fight when one friend breaks another friend s toy that was taken without permission.I just couldn t get past all the made up language I am not the right reader to appreciate this book Pencil, charcoal illustrations finished digitally PreK 2.

    3. On another planet, not at all like Earth, two best friends have a spat and make up Yelfred and Omek have known each other every since they were little ones growing up They cherish their friendship, but sometimes it can be hard to get along, especially when something that belongs to the other friend is shmackled broken The friends blame each other and fight rather fiercely, even engaging in name calling But as cool as a spossip the damaged vessel might be, nothing can compare with a true friendsh [...]

    4. For those studying space sciences there is an entirely different set of theories about space, space travel and life on other planets than for those fans of science fiction television shows, movies and books We can boldly go where no man has gone before by watching Star Trek, wish for the Force to be with us as we travel with the characters in Star Wars, or heed the advice of Robot in Lost in Space, Danger, Will Robinson, danger We can travel beyond the boundaries of Earth s gravity in books such [...]

    5. Best Frints in the Whole Universe is written and illustrated by Antoinette Portis an award winning author Kids and adults who have a lively sense of humor will love this book Portis has a wonderful grasp of wordplay She uses words that are spelled and pronounced differently but are easily translated into our everyday language The illustrations are bold, bright, and hysterical The theme is friendship, but sometimes these friends don t always get along A poke in the eye, a bite on the tail, some a [...]

    6. Kept this one for a few weeks after checking it out at the library My 6 year old kid was apprehensive at first because he thought it might be too cutesy As I read it to him, he started to enjoy it and then at the end we went over the words He s a great reader and smart enough to know the difference but I had to do the parent thing and make sure After going over it and reading the book to him, I then had him read it.I think it s important to make sure your kids understand the real word as versus [...]

    7. Friendship is explained through the eyes and actions of a couple of spherical extra terrestrial kids Portis created a few alien words, based closely on English, such as frint for friend , frow for throw, glume for glue, plus several others The illustrations, created with pencil, charcoal, a Cintiq drawing tablet, and colored digitally, are cute and cartoon like Colors are bright, and with small, background dots, illustrations look textured in places This would be a good story time book for frien [...]

    8. I m going all in on this one because it had me chuckling through the whole thing The plot involves two frints, Yelfred and Omek, and the things that sometimes happen between frints This book is kind of wacky, but I liked the way it kept me a little off base through the whole thing while still ending up in a good place.

    9. On Boborp, frints share their blurfday gifts Yahoopy I got a spossip Loved this spilly blook and the frints who splabble and make up, much like frints on planet Earth Can t wait to pread this with some blobbies at the limmary.

    10. Learn a whole new language while reading about best fronts Omek and Yelfred Using context clues, picture clues, and similarity to English, new words are easy and fun to learn The story about friends who have a fight and eventually make up is almost secondary to the fun of learning new words.

    11. This book made me laugh so much while I was reading it to Catherine It reminds me so much of how my sister and I talk to each other The funny words for things hits close to home Can t wait to read it again, this time with alien voices D

    12. Hilarious Wish I still worked at the library so I could read this with a group of preschoolers and watch them roll around on the floor

    13. Very silly but I think most kids will find it entertaining Best frints from the planet Boborp have hours of fun togetheruntil they get in an argument I like that the made up words are easy to figure out from context and there is a visual dictionary included and I appreciated that humor is used to gently point out that maybe sometimes tempers are short, friends make mistakes and upset us, sometimes people use their teeth or fists to solve disagreements but that friendships can be repaired.

    14. So confusing I get what the author was trying to do, but it s obviously supposed to be for 2 4 year olds I am okay with an occasional word being mispronounced, but everything I couldn t even read the crap.

    15. Funny little aliens use the language of planet Boborp to tell a story about friendship Kids will love the silly word play without missing the message.

    16. Don t let the simplicity of this story concept fool you into thinking there s not much to it Just watch a kid read it And get it And see the humor in it On their own The word play is amazing, and especially funny for a child round about a first grade reading level They know what the language is supposed to say and how silly it is that these aliens have their own funny language Brilliant.

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