Time-Out for Sophie

Time Out for Sophie Sophie means to be a good little mouse but she just can t resist testing the limits with her patient parents and grandmother Eat supper More fun to throw it on the floor Fold the laundry More fun to

  • Title: Time-Out for Sophie
  • Author: Rosemary Wells
  • ISBN: 9780670785117
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sophie means to be a good little mouse, but she just can t resist testing the limits with her patient parents and grandmother.Eat supper More fun to throw it on the floor.Fold the laundry More fun to knock over the pile.Read with Grandma More fun to steal her glasses.And then it s time out for Sophie Rosemary Wells has created a memorable new character, ready to take heSophie means to be a good little mouse, but she just can t resist testing the limits with her patient parents and grandmother.Eat supper More fun to throw it on the floor.Fold the laundry More fun to knock over the pile.Read with Grandma More fun to steal her glasses.And then it s time out for Sophie Rosemary Wells has created a memorable new character, ready to take her place next to Max and Ruby, Yoko, and Noisy Nora Sophie s adorable antics will strike a chord with children and parents alike.

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    1. Oh those mischievous two-year-old. You know, the ones who push your buttons on purpose? Rosemary Wells has brought us just such a child in Sophie. She throws her food on the floor, not once but twice and gets a time out from Mom. She "helps" fold laundry by throwing it on the floor and Dad puts her in a time out. But Granny has other ideas when Sophie takes her glasses. Sneaky Granny.

    2. Sophie misbehaves. Gets a time out. Does it again, and another time out. Then does it to Grandma. She says time out for her, but Sophie doesn't want a time out or for grandma to stop reading. So she gives grandma back her glasses. Good Sophie.

    3. Oh my gosh! This is the best book ever! Sophie is maybe the sassiest mouse in the world. she steals her grandma's glasses and throws them on the ground, just like I do.

    4. Sweet toddler picture book about a typical two-year-old who pushes the limits. Rosemary Wells illustrations are a-dorable, I especially like Sophie's (and her grown-ups') facial expressions. I like the organization of the background colors -- green for the macaroni incident, yellow for the laundry, purple for grandma's glasses -- with time-outs in between on plain white backgrounds. Even Granny's clever time-out is on white. Endpapers are fun, with macaroni spilled across the front, laundry scat [...]

    5. Rosemary Wells is a genius, pure and simply. No one understands kids quite like she does. I read this aloud to my preschoolers and they were glued. No one understands a "time out" quite like a preschooler! The pictures with Sophie in a time-out are outstanding. The way that Well's conveys Sophie's sullenness with a few simple strokes of her pen is the work of a master at the top of her craft.Essential purchase, preschool-2nd grade.

    6. Adorable new book by Rosemary Wells. Sophie is a toddler who keeps getting put in time out. First by her mom, then her dad, but it's grandma's version of time out that really makes Sophie behave. I LOVED this. I thought that the ending was clever and Sophie's actions that get her into time out are misbehavior that isn't overtly naughty, but still needs the corrective lesson of time out. Wells's bunny illustration are just too cute, too!

    7. If your child likes "Max and Ruby" this book is similar to the antics Max gets himself into. Sophie continues to be 'naughty' and gets 'time out' she does this to Granny as well but Granny just smiles and reads to her. Many adults will just think this is a cute book, but I have never enjoyed watching 'spoiled' children that didn't mind. And in my opinion Sophie is one of them. So having a child read about a child doing these things they could do the same. Not a good example in my opinion.

    8. Rosemary Wells has a magical way of capturing early childhood on the page, and Time-Out for Sophie is a delightful example. With Macaroni flying off the borders of the page (and spilled all over the front endpapers) it's no wonder that it's Time-Out for Sophie. I absolutely love Sophie's expressions, and the way she interacts with her parents and Grandmother.

    9. Sophie is an adorable mouse, who likes to test the limits of her parents and grandma. Her parents take the standard approach to her bad behavior: sending her on a time-out. Sophie's grandma, on the other hand, puts herself in a time-out. Sophie doesn't like that, and decides to cooperate willingly with her grandma. So cute.

    10. I love Rosemary Well's grandmother characters. Love. This title is short and sweet. I bumped it up to 4 stars from 3 because of the clever grandmother and how Wells portrays the situation so clearly and succinctly. If the current strategy isn't working, try something a bit different. Will it work? Maybe!

    11. Not a Rosemary Wells fan. Baby misbehaves and has a consequence, but not before misbehaving again (I'm sorry, if Sophie was at my house and she threw her food on the floor, I would not be making her more!). But Grandmother has it all figured out.

    12. Sophie is a adorable 2 year old who wants to help, she really does, but she keeps getting into trouble and trouble means time out. Wells' captures the perfect expression of dismay and surprise when Sophie is in timeout. It takes Granny to tame Sophie's terrible twos. Reviewer 15

    13. I enjoy reading picture books and I love them even more with the name Sophie.If I ever have a daughter her name will be Sophia, but I will call her Sophie-because I love both names so much. Lol.Cute book, about the terrible two's.

    14. A cute book about the trials of a toddler in the throes of the terrible twos. :-p I like that it seemed like Sophie started to understand that actions carry consequences throughout the story - so that little readers might also start putting it together that there are ways to *avoid* Time-Outs!

    15. Rosemary Wells churns out another cute-ish book, this time about manners. I'm glad to see Sophie has parents, but I question the practise of putting a child on time out between the sofas and at the top of a long set of stairs LOL!

    16. A reassuring board book about a lovable toddler who loves to push the boundaries. I especially appreciated the grandmother's reaction to Sophie's antics. The comforting text and illustrations will make this a popular lap book.

    17. Nice toddler story about getting in trouble - and a nice twist at the end. Would work well in storytime.

    18. This book explains behavior cause and effect in a simple, gentle way, using language and examples perfectly aimed at the most appropriate developmental level.

    19. This is an easy to read nicely illustrated book on behavior for very little ones. I especially like the expressions on Sophie's face when she gets a time out.

    20. This didn't appeal to me, till I got to the last page where it is clear that Sophie is related in some way to Wells' immortal Max. Until then it felt like an attempt at biliotherapy for toddlers.

    21. A young mouse tests her parents and grandmother with bouts of naughtiness and gets put in time-out repeatedly.

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