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7 edition of Mama zooms found in the catalog.

Mama zooms

by Jane Cowen-Fletcher

  • 275 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by Scholastic Inc. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wheelchairs -- Fiction.,
  • People with disabilities -- Fiction.,
  • Mothers and sons -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    A boy"s wonderful mama takes him zooming everywhere with her, because her wheelchair is a zooming machine.

    Edition Notes

    Statementwritten and illustrated by Jane Cowen-Fletcher.
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.C8358 Mam 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1713390M
    ISBN 100590457748
    LC Control Number92015553
    OCLC/WorldCa25832766

    Don't let this happen to you, read your kid this book instead. My 2yo was at the grocery store and saw someone using a motorized wheelchair. He asked me what it was and I told him a wheelchair like in Mama Zooms. He asked the person "can you go really fast?" Thanks to this book for making my kid think wheelchairs are fun and cool/5(23). Buy Mama Zooms Bound for Schools & Libraries ed. by Cowen-Fletcher, Jane (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(28).

    Tags: Mama Zooms Race Horse ship race car airplane train wagon wave spaceship Pictures to go with the book Mama Zooms by Jane Cowen-Fletcher Share This Material. Cowen-Fletcher (Mama Zooms), who served in the Peace Corps in Benin, West Africa, offers an affecting interpretation of a Benin proverb, ``It takes a village to raise a child.'' As a mother carries.

      out of 5 stars mama zooms Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 January I am a registered childminder and got this book for the pre-school children in my care they really loved is a light hearted book that gets the message across about people that use wheelchairs in a way that children understand would highly recommend!/5(28). Mama Zooms Written & Illustrated by Jane Cowen-Fletcher. The little boy loves his parents and loves that he can zoom with his mama. Review: This is a quick story that portrays a family with a mother who is handicapped. However, this does not stop her and her little boy from spending time with each other and having great adventures together.


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Mama zooms by Jane Cowen-Fletcher Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book connects to what toddlers love best; mommies and pretend play. The love of a mother and her child "zooms" right off the page and into the hearts of it's readers. The illustrations convey such warmth and affection of the family/5(20).

Mama Zooms book. Read 40 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A boy's wonderful mama takes him zooming everywhere with her, because he /5.

In this remarkable book, a little boy makes the world a place full of excitement. After all, his mother's wheelchair as he sees it, is a "zooming machine," a vehicle capable of carrying him and his mother as far as his imagination will morning his father sets him in his mother's lap, and with her strong arms pushing away, the two of them are off.

The Paperback of the Mama Zooms by Jane Cowen-Fletcher at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. because Mama has a ``zooming machine''--a wheelchair that transports mother and child to work and play and, best of all, far away realms of the imagination.

youngsters will warm to this unusual and commendable book--an unaffected /5(6). Mama zooms book Zooms Jane Cowen when ``Mama is just my mama, and that's how I like her best.'' youngsters will warm to this unusual and commendable book--an. Explain that in Mama Zooms a boy likes to ride with his Mama in her “zooming machine.” Set a focus for children by having them look for all the places the boy and his Mama go—and to notice the hills and ramps they climb up and zoom down.

Say, As you look at the pictures, tell me if you see Mama zooms book that looks like a ramp. Before You Read. In this remarkable book, a little boy makes the world a place full of excitement. After all, his mother's wheelchair as he sees it, is a "zooming machine," a vehicle capable of carrying him and his mother as far as his imagination will allow.

Every morning his father sets him in his mother's lap, and with her strong arms pushing away, the two of them are off on their latest adventure.

The love of a mother and her child "zooms" right off the page and into the hearts of it's readers. The illustrations convey such warmth and affection of the family. My son loves reading it over and over while pretending to do all the things the mama and little boy are doing.

This book is a TREASURE!/5. Mama Zooms Early Childhood Intervention Scholastic big books Scholastic cassettes: Illustrated by: Jane Cowen-Fletcher: Publisher: Scholastic Incorporated, ISBN:Length: 32 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan4/5(15).

In soft color pencil and pastel art that gleams with cheerful good health, an upbeat portrayal of the pleasures of having a mother in a wheelchair.

The simple text, narrated by the preschooler in Mama's lap, tells what the child is pretending as Mama zooms along (``she's my racehorse she's my ship at sea'') while, in the pictures, he's appropriately dressed for his role as an aviator, Author: Jane Cowen-Fletcher.

Extension activity for Mama Zooms by Jane Cowen-Fletcher. Cowan-Fletcher, Jane. Mama Zooms. New York: Scholastic. This picture book is a positive portrayal of a mother with a physical disability, yet does wonderful fun things with her little boy, even "zoom him to the stars".

The father is involved and facilities their pretend activities of a racecar, airplane, and train, even a space ship/5(5).

Mama Zooms is a sweet book about a little boy, we are never told his name, who describes the many adventures he and his mother go on while "zooming" on his mother's wheelchair.

I enjoyed this book, it shows the love between a mother and son, and you can tell how much "zooming" with his mother means to him/5(43). In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read.

Get this from a library. Mama zooms. [Jane Cowen-Fletcher] -- A boy's wonderful mama takes him zooming everywhere with her, because her wheelchair is a zooming machine. Trade book: Cowen-Fletcher, Jane. Mama Zooms, New York: Scholastic, (ISBN: ) Summary: Every morning Daddy puts the boy on Mama’s lap and she “zooms” him everywhere in her zooming machine and the child’s imagination.

The author slowly reveals that Mama’s zooming machine is a wheelchair. The site navigation utilizes tab and enter key commands. To scroll page, use up and down arrows.

The slideshow and carousels can be controlled using tab, left, and right arrow keys. Title: Mama Zooms Author: Jane Cowen-Fletcher Illustrator: Jane Cowen Fletcher ISBN: Readability Formula: Spache Readability Level: Summary: Citation: Additional Tags: Disability. In this remarkable book, a little boy makes the world a place full of excitement.

After all, his mother's wheelchair as he sees it, is a "zooming machine," a vehicle capable of carrying him and his mother as far as his imagination will allow. Every morning his father sets him in his mother's lap, and with her strong arms pushing away, the two of them are off on their latest adventure/5.

Mama zooms. [Jane Cowen-Fletcher] -- A boy's wonderful mama takes him zooming everywhere with her, because her wheelchair is a zooming machine. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jane Cowen-Fletcher. Find more information about: ISBN:. This little boy has a most remarkable mama.

She zooms and she takes him with her. As they travel in her zooming machine, she can be all sorts of things, but most of all she's his wonderful mama.

Zoom along with this joyous pair, and share the vitality and warmth of a very special relationship between a little boy and his mother, who happens Price Range: $ - $Read and Discuss: Mama Zooms Mama’s wheelchair zooms everywhere.

Print Activity. Materials. Mama Zooms by Jane Cowen-Fletcher; Science Concepts. A ramp is a surface with one end higher than the other. Both rolling and sliding .Show children the cover of Mama Zooms by Jane Cowen-Fletcher and read aloud the title.

Ask a volunteer to locate the author’s name. Read the name aloud. Have children look at the cover illustration and describe what Mama and the boy are doing with their arms. Encourage children to mimic the action with their own arms.