Anatole

Anatole Anatole is a most honorable mouse When he realizes that humans are upset by mice sampling their leftovers he is shocked He must provide for his beloved family but he is determined to find a way to ea

  • Title: Anatole
  • Author: Eve Titus Paul Galdone
  • ISBN: 9780375839016
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Anatole is a most honorable mouse When he realizes that humans are upset by mice sampling their leftovers, he is shocked He must provide for his beloved family but he is determined to find a way to earn his supper And so he heads for the tasting room at the Duvall Cheese Factory On each cheese, he leaves a small note good, not so good, needs orange peel and siAnatole is a most honorable mouse When he realizes that humans are upset by mice sampling their leftovers, he is shocked He must provide for his beloved family but he is determined to find a way to earn his supper And so he heads for the tasting room at the Duvall Cheese Factory On each cheese, he leaves a small note good, not so good, needs orange peel and signs his name When workers at the Duvall factory find his notes in the morning, they are perplexed but they realize that this mysterious Anatole has an exceptional palate and take his advice Soon Duvall is making the best cheese in all of Paris They would like to give Anatole a reward if only they could find him

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    1. Anatole lives in a mouse village near Paris with his mouse family. Every night he goes to find scraps from the human houses to bring home to his family. Overhearing a human's conversation one night, he realises that mice are viewed as a nuisance and seen as taking food that isn't theirs. Anatole then seeks to find a way to do a job for humans that is valued and earns food for his family doing a job he enjoys. The illustrations are lovely, some black and white, the addition of blue and red to som [...]

    2. Anatole is a badass fucking mouse, and he knows his cheese. If your cheese sucks, he will tell you. You're lucky to have him around.

    3. It's been more than 50 years since Eve Titus published Anatole, in three-color printing. Which makes sense, given that this tale is set in France, where the colors of the flag are blue, white, and red. Anatole lives in a suburb of Paris (in a lovely little mouse town), an honorable mouse horrified to realize he's considered to be no better than a thief and a vandal by the people whose houses he collects food from. But what is a mouse to do? He's got to make a living somehow!He goes with his stre [...]

    4. Anatole by Eve Titus is a Caldecott Award winner written in 1956. It is a charming book about a self-respecting French mouse that goes out to prove to humans that mice are not "a disgrace to all of France". The author characterization of the mouse is well developed. We get to know what kind of mouse Anatole is through his actions and words. It is very interesting to see the difference between the illustrations of a book written 50 years ago and those available now. Only black, white, red and blu [...]

    5. Anatole is a mouse with a conscience. Instead of stealing, he wants to earn his cheese. The plan he comes up with is clever and shows some wonderful traits about honesty and work ethics that children today need just as much as the readers of 50 years ago (if not more!) Highly recommended!

    6. Caldecott 1957 book.This is a sweet story. But it's hard to put into words why. It's about a mouse that doesn't need recognition for something good he's doing. Maybe that's why I like it. Too many people are always needing validation and recognition.

    7. This story is absolutely delightful! One night while Anatole is out with the other mice gathering food for his family he overheard humans complaining about how awful the mice are. Shocked and ashamed, he vows to earn his food rather than steal. He begins working in secret at a cheese factory as a taster, leaving helpful notes about improvement. He helps the business become so successful he is named the First Vice-President of Cheese Tasting and is allowed to take all the cheese he needs. •I lo [...]

    8. Anatole / by Eve Titus; illustrated by Paul Galdone -- New York : Alfred A. Knopf, c1956, 1984. (32 pages) [50th Anniversary Edition] RANGE 3 -- PICTURE BOOKSSUMMARY: Considered a classic in Children's Literature, Anatole first appeared in 1956. The story is about an mouse of action, a mouse of honor, a French mouse magnifique who decides to earn his food for his family by supplying advice to the Duval Cheese Factory on the quality of their cheeses after hours when everyone else has left for the [...]

    9. • 1957 Caldecott Honor Book •This book is so cute! I’ve been reading the Caldecott books, and the best part is finding books like this gem, that I’d never heard of and are so charming. I really enjoyed this! I especially love the use of color. Some of the pages are in black and white, but they just really highlight Galdone’s beautiful illustrations!Materials used: unlistedTypeface used: unlisted

    10. Positively charming! This mouse tale is a winner. You and your children are sure to love this; and the illustrations are splendid!Ages: 5 - 8Cleanliness: it says "heaven knows how dirty their paws are!"

    11. Adorable illustrations accompany a story that encourages readers to earn their way in the world and to do what one loves as their chosen profession, even if it requires creating their job themselves.

    12. Story about a mouse who lives in Paris. Each night the male mice go into the city to go to homes and bring back cheese for their families. One night Anatole overhears the couple in the house he's getting food from. He learns that the people do not like the mice at all. This greatly disturbs Anatole who decides to do something about this. The next night he sneaks into a cheese factory and tastes every cheese. As he tastes them, he leaves a sign rating their flavor. Well, the factory owners love t [...]

    13. One of my all time favourites from my childhood. This delightful picture book is about a French mouse called Anatole who lives with his wife Doucette and their six children: Paul and Paulette, Claude and Claudette, Georges and Georgette in a little village near Paris.The father mice of the village ride out every evening on their bicycles to forage for food for their families. One night Anatole and his partner Gaston overhear some humans complaining about ‘terrible mice’ stealing their food. [...]

    14. Anatole lived happily and contentedly in a small mouse village near Paris, France, with his loving wife, Doucette, and their six children. Until one night when he’s foraging for food from the human houses. There he hears the humans complain about dirty mice that steal food, “They are a disgrace to all France.” Anatole is greatly upset by this and yearns to be able to give something back to the humans from which he steals food. So he types up signs that say, “Extra ‘Specially Good,” [...]

    15. This book has a cute story line. It also has some french in it. (requires some practice before reading to a class) Im not sure if i would read this to my class. However, I would ave this in my classroom library.Grade level: k-2Genre: Modern Fantasy

    16. Considered a classic in Children's Literature, Anatole first appeared in 1956. The story is about an mouse of action, a mouse of honor, a French mouse magnifique who decides to earn his food for his family by supplying advice to the Duval Cheese Factory on the quality of their cheeses after hours when everyone else has left for the day. The failing cheese factor takes his advice and soon becomes "the cheese factory" in Paris.I remember this story from my childhood. Anatole was one of those that [...]

    17. Anatole is a conscientious Parisian who is horrified when he hears how disgusted humans are by the way mice get their food. Anatole wants to do something nice in return for his food gathering, and he has just the idea. He takes little signs with him to a cheese factory, labels the samples with "Very Good", "Not So Good", etc. and writes little hints of how to make each cheese better. The cheese factory isn't doing so well, so the owner decides it couldn't hurt to try the suggestions of his myste [...]

    18. Such a disgrace, these mice! What I love most about this book is that Anatole took what he knew the most about and made something out of it. Instead of feeling sorry for himself and having a pity party, instead of being a burden, instead of causing havoc, he rose to the occasion and made something out of himself. We all know that mice love cheese and we also know that mice are sneaky little guys so when Anatole decides that his family must eat and he must also be respectable, he takes matters in [...]

    19. Ode to capitalism.It presupposes a world where mice are intelligent and humans exist but don't realize that the mice are intelligent, which is kind of a difficult world to live in when you realize that we kill mice for pretty trifling things. But, you know.A mouse named Anatole lives in a mouse village in France, and the mice generally go steal food from people's houses. Anatole finds out that people don't like the mice to steal food from them, and also don't really like mice, in general. He's u [...]

    20. Anatole by Eve Titus is a story about a mouse that finds out that humans think mice are pests for stealing their food. Anatole feels bad and wants to give something back to the humans in exchange for food. Thus, he starts critiquing the cheese and leaving signs in the cheese telling what needed to be fixed to improve them. When the restaurant owner follows the advice, he is surprised to find his business booming. Though Anatole is never revealed to the humans, he is offered all the cheese he wan [...]

    21. My niece and I read Anatloe tonight. We read Anatole and the Cat the other night, and we enjoyed that, so I thought we'd try this first book tonight.My niece said that she enjoyed Anatloe as much as she enjoyed Anatole and the Cat, and she thought that she'd probably give this one four stars as well. Well I didn't like this one *quite* as much as Anatole and the Cat. I just thought that story was more interesting, somehow, and Anatlole's determination and spirit just came through more crisply in [...]

    22. I had never heard of this book before I saw it on Elizabeth Bird's compiled list of her readers' All-Time Favorite picture books ( href="slj/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/SLJ_Fuse8_Top100_Picture.pdf)It's the cutest thing! Anatole is quite honorable, and his helpful signs are wonderful. (Wouldn't it be nice if we all had a little knowledgable someone who would leave us notes telling us how we could improve our lives? Oh, wait--that's God and the Bible.) Anyway, I can just imagine a classroom of kid [...]

    23. 1957 Caldecott Honor; Favorite Illustration: the two page spread where Anatole is leaving little notes on all of the cheese. So cute!Anatole is a mouse who lives outside of Paris. Every night, he travels into the city to find food for his family. One evening, he overhears some humans talking about how horrible mice are for their thieving ways. Anatole is hurt that he is viewed as a thief and sets off to find a new way of providing for his family, while also helping the humans as well.This is a c [...]

    24. I loved this. The illustrations on every other page alternate between black/white and colors. The story is cute- if I were in a classroom, I would try and do a couple of stories realted to this, perhaps even a movie. Ratattouille would be perfect to use with this. This book, specifically, has a couple of different messages. First, in the middle of the book, there is a message about friendship (that friends are never insulted, they always have faith). There is another message that can be extracte [...]

    25. 1957 Caldecott HonorFavorite line: Anatole on discovering mice are disrespected--'But I never dreamed they regarded us this way,' cried the unhappy Anatole. 'It is horrible to feel scorned and unwanted. Where is my self-respect? My pride? MY HONOR?'Favorite illustration: Anatole typing his cheese tasting notes on a type-writer. Thoughts: I thought this was very cute and it reminded me a lot of the movie Ratatouille. A mouse with refined taste goes out to get food for his family and provides some [...]

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