Published September 1994
by Progeny Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
A New Coat for Anna hits all my criteria for a good book right on the head. It never talks down to a child (and they pick up on that a LOT more than many adults think); it educates; it teaches patience, appreciation, love, and gratitude without ever being preachy; and it brings today's children to understand that there were times when necessary Cited by: 4. New Coat for Anna Harriet Ziefert, Author, Anita Lobel, Illustrator Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author. This beautifully illustrated picture book opens with an illustration of the skeletal buildings of a post-World War II German city. When the text begins, the reader realizes that it is winter and the child in the story, Anna, needs a new coat for the winter/5. A New Coat for Anna Ziefert, Harriet Winter had come and Anna needed a new coat. The fuzzy blue coat that she had worn for so many winters was no longer fuzzy and it was very small. Last winter Anna’s mother had said, “When the war is over, we will be able to buy things again and I .
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Jan 5, - This Pin was discovered by Little Learning Lane. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. A New Coat for Anna by Harriet Ziefert. At the end of World War II, Anna needs a new winter coat, but her mother has no money. They use valuable possessions to barter for the goods and services needed to produce the coat. Classroom Tip: This book is good to read during Lesson 1. Before money was invented, people traded to get the things they. This A New Coat for Anna: Tiered Sequence Lesson Lesson Plan is suitable for 3rd Grade. Third graders read "A New Coat for Anna" and answer sequencing questions. In this reading comprehension lesson, 3rd graders recall the events in "A New Coat for Anna." Students compare to Charlie Needs a Cloak.4/5. A moving picture book, A New Coat for Anna follows Anna and her mother as they try to get Anna a new wool coat post-World War II. Anna's mother goes through the village, trading her valuables for the services of a spinner, a weaver, and a tailor. With brilliant pictures that capture the aura of the era, as well as the colors that go into making something beautiful in a dark time, this /5(2).