2013 Sakura Medal Books

One by Kathryn Otoshi

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5 thoughts on “One by Kathryn Otoshi

  1. When I read “One” I thought it’s interesting. There was red and blue. I can’t remember other color but red is kind of angry color and blue is cooler color. I like that meaning. Because It’s correct meaning. I thought color is just color, before. Then I also thought color don’t have any meaning. But now I got it from this book. I think it’s interesting book.^^

  2. I thought it was good because red was picking always on blue. Blue always felt sad. Also yellow, green, purple, and orange were sad. Red was still mean but it stopped when 1 came. 1 was funny and made the colors laugh. So red got angry and said “Stop laughing.” But 1 said “No.” So the red went away. So the yellow came 2, green came 3, purple came 4, orange came 5, and blue came 6!!! And at last red felt that he was out from the group so he became 7!!!!
    It was very fun.

  3. I liked how all the colors (Yellow, Green, Purple, Orange) liked Blue. I felt sad for blue because Red always picked on Blue. Also because all the colors never said, “stop picking on Blue.” But at last all the colors (including red) had fun with One.

  4. I thought this was a good story because the narrator describes the different colors – for example, red is a hot and angry color when blue is a calm, cool color.
    But for me, I’m a fifth grader and I felt that the book was a bit too kiddish.

  5. Yeah. I thought that this was a good book aswell. I thought that the narrator describes the different colors (like you said) and the colors feeling (such as red is a angry and rough color) inside the colors characteristics. I also thought that it was a little too easy but I thought that it was still a great book. Even if the book might be a little easy, I would recommend this book to you.

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