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A young lemming is haunted by doubts about the purpose of the great march westward to the sea.
|Statement||by Alan Arkin ; illustrated by Joan Sandin.|
|Contributions||Sandin, Joan, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A687 Le 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||89007418|
The lemming condition by Alan Arkin; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Lemmings, Fiction. The Lemming Condition by Arkin, Alan/ Sandin, Joan (Ilt) Spurred on by Crow's unsettling questions, a young lemming named Babber presses his fellows with his own disconcerting questions about their regular march westward and leap into the sea.
The Lemming Condition: Moral Asynchrony and the Isolated Self. Tolan, Stephanie S. Roeper Review, v20 n3 p Feb Discusses gifted children whose moral development is out of step not only with age peers but with contemporary culture. Discussion focuses on the children's book, "The Lemming Condition," by Alan Arkin. Excerpts from the Cited by: 6. The Bubber book series by Alan Arkin includes books The Lemming Condition and The Clearing. See the complete Bubber series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.
Academy Award-winning actor and author, Alan Arkin, tells a brilliant tale in this young adult novel, The Lemming story is an allegory on conformity, as Bubber, a lemming, is faced with following his entire race to self-induced extinction. The Lemming Condition was a cute children's book about a bunch of furry, cuddly little lemmings. For me, the intrigue of this book was in the cute allegorical portion of this story didn't really catch my attention, and, because of that, I tend to think of this as purely a children's story/5(6).
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The Lemming Condition delivers a subtle lesson that all children should learn and all adults should reconsider. This is fantastic book for 6th grade and up and would make a marvelous read aloud and open class discussion piece.
Anyone with a half hour to spare should grab this flag Like see review/5. The Lemming Condition Paperback – Octo by Alan Arkin (Author)/5(25). Academy Award-winning actor and author Alan Arkin tells a brilliant tale in this young-adult novel, The Lemming Condition.
The story is an allegory on conformity, as Bubber, a lemming, is faced with following his entire race to self-induced extinction/5(25). The Lemming Condition. by Alan Arkin. We'd love you to buy this book, and hope you find this page convenient in locating a place of purchase. Select a Bookseller - Direct Link to Buy.
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I think that The Lemming Condition is a great book because it has a lot to do with doing what you want to. This book is also very dramatic at The lemming condition book end, but you will have to read the book to figure out why.
It also has a good amount of facts about lemmings which the author, Alan Arkin, Brand: HarperCollins Publishers. The lemming condition is written like a Children's story but it is not.
the message in it is for more adults than Kids. if read in schools I suggest above sixth grade, it is not descriptively Violent, it just is very unnatural for a book written like it to contain the things it does, most children will not expect such a ending do to it is a fairy 5/5(5). Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs The Lemming Condition.
By Joan Sandin, Alan Arkin. Grades. Genre. Fiction The wonderful story of Bubber the Lemming that teaches everyone something about conformity and individual values.
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Arkin implies that there's more on his mind than Disneyfying the death instinct. He aspires. Summary: A plain report on the book, The Lemming Condition, by Alan Arkin.
The Lemming Condition is by Alan Arkin and is about a little lemming called Bubber. Something was troubling Bubber one morning, but he didn't know what it was.
He asked his sister, and her answer made him feel very forgetful. Paperback. Condition: VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp (s).
Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller 1. This was one of the most important books of my childhood. Bubber is a young lemming who questions the unquestionable - the instinctual urge felt by all around him to conform and follow the majority, even to mass suicide.
As Bubber looks for answers, he becomes more and more an outsider, even to his friends and family.4/5(1). Alan Arkin was born in New York and attended Los Angeles City College and Bennington College.
He is an award-winning actor and author who has starred in films, plays, and television shows. His books include: The Lemming Condition, The Clearing, and Some Fine Grandpa.
He lives in Weston, : A young lemming is haunted by doubts about the purpose of the great march westward to the : The satire in Arkin's fable about a young lemming who questions and eventually escapes his species' periodic mass suicide is obvious and his implicit message commonplace, but Arkin has such a light touch and a sharp ear that he more than gets away with it.
The popular book, The Lemming Condition, must make educators wonder if today's teachers aren't just like lemmings. What do you think. Award-winning actor and author, Alan Arkin, tells a brilliant tale in his young adult novel, The Lemming Condition. The story is an allegory on conformity, as Bubber, a lemming, is faced with following his entire.
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