Titch ePUB Ú Paperback

Titch ePUB Ú Paperback


  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Titch
  • Pat Hutchins
  • English
  • 15 January 2019
  • 0689716885

10 thoughts on “Titch

  1. Hilary Hilary says:

    Titch has a brother and sister who are both bigger than him They are faster than him and beat him at games and races When they plant some seeds Titch finds he excels at last and his plant just keeps on growing.My feelings about this book are mixed with memories of an animated series of this book from several decades ago, it always had a depressing feel to it where 90% of things Titch couldn t do or things went wrong for because he was too small and the book gave me a similar feeling This migh Titch has a brother and sister who are both bigger than him They are faster than him and beat him at games and races When they plant some seeds Titch finds he excels at last and his plant just keeps on growing.My feelings about this book are mixed with memories of an animated series of this book from several decades ago, it always had a depressing feel to it where 90% of things Titch couldn t do or things went wrong for because he was too small and the book gave me a similar feeling This might be a book small children who feel powerless and left out can empathise with or it might perpetuate the you re too small mentality towards little ones Read on openlibrary


  2. Yashpreet Yashpreet says:

    Titch is a story about a little boy who possesses things that are little This big brother and sister possess things that are big During the story Titch has a small seed which he puts in his sister s big pot After a while the seed grew bigger and bigger and bigger I liked this story because it has educational themes which can directly relate to themes taught in the EYFS but it can be a bit boring to readthen twice to the class The story enabled children to really understand the concept Titch is a story about a little boy who possesses things that are little This big brother and sister possess things that are big During the story Titch has a small seed which he puts in his sister s big pot After a while the seed grew bigger and bigger and bigger I liked this story because it has educational themes which can directly relate to themes taught in the EYFS but it can be a bit boring to readthen twice to the class The story enabled children to really understand the concepts of what big and small, high and low means It also relates to growth, the life cycle of a plant can be discussed after this story which has been illustrated throughout this book The topic of growth can lead to how children grow themselves and how they have changed themselves I believe this book lacks excitement but it has very good educational themes


  3. Lynn Davidson Lynn Davidson says:

    Titch is small, smaller than his older sister and brother He is always having less important things to do, until they decide to do some planting Titch plants the seed And look what happens when something small grows.


  4. Ali Hussein Ali Hussein says:

    My favourite book as a child Ah the memories.


  5. Neelam Neelam says:

    Titch is a story about a boy who is the youngest and the smallest His elder siblings Pete and Mary are seen to be bigger and better than him Throughout this story we are shown how Titch and his siblings are compared to one another and this ends up making Titch feel very sad and small Titch has a seed and plants it in the ground and it ends up growing into something bigger and better than his siblings could every do Titch is presented with an opportunity to beimportant and symbolically Titch is a story about a boy who is the youngest and the smallest His elder siblings Pete and Mary are seen to be bigger and better than him Throughout this story we are shown how Titch and his siblings are compared to one another and this ends up making Titch feel very sad and small Titch has a seed and plants it in the ground and it ends up growing into something bigger and better than his siblings could every do Titch is presented with an opportunity to beimportant and symbolically bigger than either of his siblings There is educational theme to this book where children find out that we all start off small and grow into something big Pat reinforces the value and comparison of the words such a little, big and bigger It is a really good book for young children to learn and visually see the comparison between the words It uses simple characterisation and illustration to capture young readers I think children in reception and KS1 will be able to read this book on their own by sounding out the word as well as using the pictures to help them


  6. Farhana Begum Farhana Begum says:

    This book is a pleasant read about a little boy called Titch who has an older brother and a sister Titch s siblings are not only older than him but they are taller too Titch found himself the smallest in every game or activity they did together On day, Titch had the responsibility of growing a tiny seed which soon turned out to grow into a huge plant surpassing the height of his siblings Titch finally knew how it felt to be the biggest.Eventually, Titch and his sibling s soon realise that be This book is a pleasant read about a little boy called Titch who has an older brother and a sister Titch s siblings are not only older than him but they are taller too Titch found himself the smallest in every game or activity they did together On day, Titch had the responsibility of growing a tiny seed which soon turned out to grow into a huge plant surpassing the height of his siblings Titch finally knew how it felt to be the biggest.Eventually, Titch and his sibling s soon realise that being the smallest isn t such a bad thing Not only, does this book make children realise that size does not matter, it also cleverly describes the life cycle of plants growing New readers are able to read this book as it uses simple text The illustrations fill the entirety of the pages allowing children to clearly see the on going activities of Titch and his siblings A great book to add to any book shelf collection


  7. Serina Kwan Serina Kwan says:

    Titch by Pat Hutchins is a story about a little boy who has everything that is little His brother and sister have things that are bigger, bigger bicycle that goes faster and bigger kite that flies up higher However, Titch has a tiny seed To everyone surprises, this tiny seed grows bigger and bigger everyday Eventually, it turns into something that is much bigger than anything his brother and sister has This story is wonderful for children in EYFS It is good for introducing mathematical c Titch by Pat Hutchins is a story about a little boy who has everything that is little His brother and sister have things that are bigger, bigger bicycle that goes faster and bigger kite that flies up higher However, Titch has a tiny seed To everyone surprises, this tiny seed grows bigger and bigger everyday Eventually, it turns into something that is much bigger than anything his brother and sister has This story is wonderful for children in EYFS It is good for introducing mathematical concept of big and little, high and low to children as the illustration are very clear in displaying the contrast Besides, it is also a great book about growth It shows the life cycle of plant and it can be easily linked to the life cycle of human and how children are growing themselves Nevertheless, one drawback of the book is that it is a little plain and unexciting It is good for introducing the concept, but children might find it boring if this story is revisit a few times in the week


  8. Zee Zahri Zee Zahri says:

    This book describes the way children feel as they watch the older children experience things first very well Whether is it a year 2 class who are upset that the Year 3 class are allowed to go swimming, or the youngest in the family watching their elder sibling get their first real bike A very good book to teach patience to children.


  9. Josiah Josiah says:

    This is one of the most memorable pictures books I have ever read, and Pat Hutchins strikes just the right chords in delivering her worthy message.


  10. Sonia Sonia says:

    Older siblings who get everything that is bigger and then the youngest gets a seed A seed that will grow bigger than anything the two older siblings will ever have


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Titch[Reading] ➶ Titch By Pat Hutchins – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk A boy discovers that being little can mean big things in this charming story by author illustrator Pat HutchinsTitch is little Everything he has is little, from his little pinwheel to his little tricy A boy discovers that being little can mean big things in this charming story by author illustrator Pat HutchinsTitch is little Everything he has is little, from his little pinwheel to his little tricycle His brother Pete and his sister Mary are big Everything they have is bigger and better than what Titch has Their kites fly high above the houses and trees, and their bicycles are large and fast But when Titch plants a little seed, it begins to grow and grow and grow.


About the Author: Pat Hutchins

Pat Hutchins is an English illustrator and writer of children s booksShe won the Kate Greenaway Medal from the Library Association, recognising the year s best children s book illustration by a British subject The work was The Wind Blew, a picture book in rhyme which she also wrote It shows how a crowd of people anxiously chase their belongings in the wind.