Abel's island

Author Steig, William.
Language English
Publisher
New York: Square Fish/Farrar Straus and Giroux, 2007




Annotation:

A wild August torrent sweeps Abel Mouse away from home, family, and familiar world to an uninhabited island where, between efforts to return home, he makes new discoveries about himself and the world.



Subjects :

  • Shipwreck survival
  • Fiction
  • Reading comprehension
  • Literature
  • Survival
  • Mice
  • Juvenile fiction
  • Readers (Elementary
  • Language arts (Elementary
  • Islands
  • Chinese language materials
  • Study and teaching
  • Children's stories
  • Stories
  • Newbery Medal books

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Best Books :

  • Recommended Literature: Kindergarten through Grade Twelve, 2002 , California Department of Education
  • Children's Catalog, Eighteenth Edition, 2001 , H.W. Wilson
  • Children's Catalog, Nineteenth Edition, 2006 , H.W. Wilson

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Awards, Honors & Prizes :

  • John Newbery Medal , Honor Book , 1977, United States
  • Phoenix Award , Honor Book , 1996, United States

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State & Provincial Reading List :

  • Maud Hart Lovelace Book Award; Nominee 1982-1983 Minnesota
  • Utah Children's Book Awards; Nominee 1980-1980 Utah

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Reading Measurement Programs:


0374400164, 9780374400163
Farrar Straus and Giroux (New York:) 1985.

Accelerated Reader
Interest Level Middle Grade
Book Level 5.9
Accelerated Reader Points 3

Lexile, MetaMetrics, Inc.

Lexile Measure 920
Accelerated Reader Points

Reading Counts-Scholastic
Interest Level 3-5
Reading Level 6
Accelerated Reader Points 5


9780374300104, 0374300100
Farrar Straus and Giroux (New York:) 1976.

Accelerated Reader
Interest Level Middle Grade
Book Level 5.9
Accelerated Reader Points 3

Lexile, MetaMetrics, Inc.

Lexile Measure 920
Accelerated Reader Points

Reading Counts-Scholastic
Interest Level 3-5
Reading Level 6
Accelerated Reader Points 5


999999
Square Fish/Farrar Straus and Giroux (New York:) 2007.

Accelerated Reader
Interest Level Middle Grade
Book Level 5.9
Accelerated Reader Points 3

Lexile, MetaMetrics, Inc.

Lexile Measure 920
Accelerated Reader Points

Accelerated Reader
Interest Level Middle Grade
Book Level 5.9
Accelerated Reader Points 3

Lexile, MetaMetrics, Inc.

Lexile Measure 920
Accelerated Reader Points

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Reviews :

Recorded Books (Recorded Books, LLC.)
Abelard Hassam di Chirico Flint--Abel, for short--is a rich and silly mouse. He spends most of his days just having fun, going to picnics with his wife, playing croquet with friends, and dancing at parties. Unlike most other mice, Abel has never had to work for anything. All that changes one blustery fall day when his wife s scarf flutters away in a gust of wind. Abel races off to rescue it and is swept away in a rainstorm. When the storm is over, Abel finds himself washed up a deserted island. To survive the winter, this pampered mouse will have to work hard at building a home and gathering food. Can he figure out a way to get off the island and return home--or is he stuck living by himself for the rest of his days? With warmth and wide-eyed enthusiasm, this Newbery Honor Book will delight young readers with an insightful tale of a mouse rising to the greatest challenge of his life. n.d., n/a, SteadyReader CD; C7016, $30.75. Ages 5 to 11.
(PUBLISHER: n/a SteadyReader CD; C7016 $30.75., PUBLISHED: n.d.)

(Bookbird Reviews)
This is the remarkable and humorous robinsonade of a well-to-do mouse on an uninhabited island. The poetic and slightly ironic spoof received the fine translation it deserves. Abel's place in his familiar, mouse world has always been secure; he had an allowance from his mother, a comfortable home, and a lovely wife, Amanda. But one stormy August day, furious flood water carry him off and dump him on an uninhabited island. Despite his determination and stubborn resourcefulness, he tried crossing the river with boats and ropes and even on stepping-stones--Abel can't find a way to get back home. Days, then weeks and months, pass. Slowly, his soft habits disappear as he forages for food, fashions a warm nest in a hollow log, models clay statues of his family for company, and continues to brood on the problem of how to get across the river--and home. Abel's time on the island brings him a new understanding of the world he's separated from. Faced with the daily adventure of survival in his solitary, somewhat hostile domain, he is moved to reexamine the easy way of life he had always accepted and discovers skills and talents in himself that hold promise of a more meaningful life, if and when he should finally return to Mossville and his dear Amanda again. One summer day, newlywed mice Abel and Amanda are out for a picnic in the woods when they are caught in a sudden storm--a "full-fledged, screaming hurricane" to be precise. As they take refuge in a cave, a wind scoops up Amanda's scarf, and Abel foolishly lunges from safety to retrieve it. So begins William Steig's Newbery Honor Book Abel's Island, the ensuing adventures of this rather foppish mouse as he comes head to head with nature. Amazingly, Abel is swept up in a stream, then a river, then eventually marooned on an island (about 12,000 tails long). He is sure that his rescue is imminent: "It's certainly gotten around that Abelard Hassam di Chirico Flint, of the Mossville Flints, is missing," the society mouse speculates. But he is not so lucky. What will this intelligent, imaginative rodent do to get off the island and back to his beloved Amanda? He busies himself with finding ways to get to shore (including bridges, boats, catapults, stepping stones, and gliders); figuring out what he should eat (everything from mulberries to roasted seeds); and investigating where he should take shelter (in a rotten log). As the weeks and months go by, he misses his books, his paintings, his comfortable stuffed chair, his stylish clothes (now damp, torn, and lumpy), but above all his precious wife Amanda, whom he thinks about constantly. As the mouse faces his new life Robinson Crusoe-style, Abel discovers what it's like to be in tune with the natural world as well as his true nature, and what it's like to return, fortified, to his real home and to the arms of the one he loves. Along the way, readers can't help but rediscover the joys of being alive.
(PUBLISHER: New York Farrar 119 pp Ages 08 to 12., PUBLISHED: 1976)

(Bookbird Reviews)
The winner of the 1970 Caldecott Medal, equally adroit with words and drawings, continues his exploration of the literary possibilities of anthropomorphic animals. Abel and Amanda were two newly-married mice, elegant in dress, manners and style of living. Caught in a drenching rainstorm during a picnic, Abel was separated from Amanda; and holding on to a nail in a board, he was washed ashore on an Island isolated by rushing waters. Falling in his ingenious attempts to cross the stream, the somewhat pampered, over sophisticated mouse had to spend a Crusoe-like year on the island. He learned to fend for himself, and in his leisure moments, finding some clay, he turned to sculpture; finding a book, he read. Abel finally escaped from the island during a season of drought and, after a fur-raising adventure with a cat, finally returned to his beloved Amanda. Despite the deceptively simple flow of the language, the author makes no concessions in his diction: Drugged with the aroma of rotting wood, he lost consciousness. There was a din of cricket outside, and the pauseless roar of the long it was dark and hushed, like a crypt. Over and above the imperturbable dignity of the style, there are moments of compensating wit, as when we are told that Abel had studied mushrooms in Souris s Botany at home or that he estimated the island to be about 12,000 talls long, 5,000 wide. The line drawings washed with gray faithfully and delightfully record not only the rigors of Abel s experiences but the refinement of his domestic existence.
(PUBLISHER: New York Farrar 119 pp Ages 08 to 12., PUBLISHED: 1976)

(Bookbird Reviews)
This is the remarkable and humorous robinsonade of a well-to-do mouse on an uninhabited island. The poetic and slightly ironic spoof received the fine translation it deserves.
(PUBLISHER: New York Farrar 119 pp Ages 08 to 12., PUBLISHED: 1976)

(Bookbird Reviews)
A lengthy summary of the text. And the delights of the text are further enhanced by his black-and-white drawings. Abel's place in his familiar, mouse world has always been secure; he had an allowance from his mother, a comfortable home, and a lovely wife, Amanda. But one stormy August day, furious flood water carry him off and dump him on an uninhabited island. Despite his determination and stubborn resourcefulness he tried crossing the river with boats and ropes and even on stepping-stones-Abel can't find a way to get back home. Days, then weeks and months, pass. Slowly, his soft habits disappear as he forages for food, fashions a warm nest in a hollow log, models clay statues of his family for company, and continues to brood on the problem of how to get across the river and home. Abel's time on the island brings him a new understanding of the world he's separated from. Faced with the daily adventure of survival in his solitary, somewhat hostile domain, he is moved to reexamine the easy way of life he had always accepted and discovers skills and talents in himself that hold promise of a more meaningful life, if and when he should finally return to Mossville and his dear Amanda again. Abel's Island is a 1976 New York Times Book Review Notable Children's Book of the Year and Outstanding Book of the Year, and a 1977 Newbery Honor Book. One summer day, newlywed mice Abel and Amanda are out for a picnic in the woods when they are caught in a sudden storm--a "full-fledged, screaming hurricane" to be precise. As they take refuge in a cave, a wind scoops up Amanda's scarf, and Abel foolishly lunges from safety to retrieve it. So begins William Steig's Newbery Honor Book Abel's Island, the ensuing adventures of this rather foppish mouse as he comes head to head with nature. Amazingly, Abel is swept up in a stream, then a river, then eventually marooned on an island (about 12,000 tails long). He is sure that his rescue is imminent: "It's certainly gotten around that Abelard Hassam di Chirico Flint, of the Mossville Flints, is missing," the society mouse speculates. But he is not so lucky. What will this intelligent, imaginative rodent do to get off the island and back to his beloved Amanda? He busies himself with finding ways to get to shore (including bridges, boats, catapults, stepping stones, and gliders); figuring out what he should eat (everything from mulberries to roasted seeds); and investigating where he should take shelter (in a rotten log). As the weeks and months go by, he misses his books, his paintings, his comfortable stuffed chair, his stylish clothes (now damp, torn, and lumpy), but above all his precious wife Amanda, whom he thinks about constantly. As the mouse faces his new life Robinson Crusoe-style, Abel discovers what it's like to be in tune with the natural world as well as his true nature, and what it's like to return, fortified, to his real home and to the arms of the one he loves. Along the way, readers can't help but rediscover the joys of being alive.
(PUBLISHER: New York Farrar 119 pp Ages 08 to 12., PUBLISHED: 1976)

Recorded Books (Recorded Books, LLC.)
Abelard Hassam di Chirico Flint--Abel, for short--is a rich and silly mouse. He spends most of his days just having fun, going to picnics with his wife, playing croquet with friends, and dancing at parties. Unlike most other mice, Abel has never had to work for anything. All that changes one blustery fall day when his wife s scarf flutters away in a gust of wind. Abel races off to rescue it and is swept away in a rainstorm. When the storm is over, Abel finds himself washed up a deserted island. To survive the winter, this pampered mouse will have to work hard at building a home and gathering food. Can he figure out a way to get off the island and return home--or is he stuck living by himself for the rest of his days? With warmth and wide-eyed enthusiasm, this Newbery Honor Book will delight young readers with an insightful tale of a mouse rising to the greatest challenge of his life. n.d., n/a, SteadyReader Cassette; 79665, $25.75. Ages 5 to 11.
(PUBLISHER: Recorded Books (Prince Frederick Md.:), PUBLISHED: p1998.)

Susan B. Stravopoulos (Audiofile, January 1996)
While attempting to retrieve his wife's scarf, the wealthy, indolent Abel is carried away in a flash flood. He finds safety on a little island which, for the next year, becomes a place of endeavor and self-discovery. Steig's classic fable of Abelard Hassam di Chirico Flint, a stuffy, smug mouse, makes marvelous reading aloud. As read by the ever-talented Guidall, it's superb. Steig's vocabulary is considerable and, while some of the concepts may escape a younger audience, Guidall's smooth rendition, perfectly accented, propels the adventure forward with magical consistency, never losing sight of the protagonist's character. No one could read it better. This is a joy for all ages. S.B.S. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine Unabridged. 1994 (orig. 1976), Recorded Books.
(PUBLISHER: Recorded Books (Prince Frederick Md.:), PUBLISHED: p1994.)

Recorded Books (Recorded Books, LLC.)
Abelard Hassam di Chirico Flint--Abel, for short--is a rich and silly mouse. He spends most of his days just having fun, going to picnics with his wife, playing croquet with friends, and dancing at parties. Unlike most other mice, Abel has never had to work for anything. All that changes one blustery fall day when his wife s scarf flutters away in a gust of wind. Abel races off to rescue it and is swept away in a rainstorm. When the storm is over, Abel finds himself washed up a deserted island. To survive the winter, this pampered mouse will have to work hard at building a home and gathering food. Can he figure out a way to get off the island and return home--or is he stuck living by himself for the rest of his days? With warmth and wide-eyed enthusiasm, this Newbery Honor Book will delight young readers with an insightful tale of a mouse rising to the greatest challenge of his life. n.d., Recorded Books, Unabridged Cassette - Library Edition; 94368, $20.75. Ages 5 to 11.
(PUBLISHER: Recorded Books (Prince Frederick Md.:), PUBLISHED: p1994.)

Recorded Books (Recorded Books, LLC.)
Abelard Hassam di Chirico Flint--Abel, for short--is a rich and silly mouse. He spends most of his days just having fun, going to picnics with his wife, playing croquet with friends, and dancing at parties. Unlike most other mice, Abel has never had to work for anything. All that changes one blustery fall day when his wife s scarf flutters away in a gust of wind. Abel races off to rescue it and is swept away in a rainstorm. When the storm is over, Abel finds himself washed up a deserted island. To survive the winter, this pampered mouse will have to work hard at building a home and gathering food. Can he figure out a way to get off the island and return home--or is he stuck living by himself for the rest of his days? With warmth and wide-eyed enthusiasm, this Newbery Honor Book will delight young readers with an insightful tale of a mouse rising to the greatest challenge of his life. n.d., Recorded Books, Unabridged CD - Library Edition; C2120, $25.75. Ages 5 to 11.
(PUBLISHER: Recorded Books (Prince Frederick Md.:), PUBLISHED: p1994.)

(Bookbird Reviews)
This is the remarkable and humorous robinsonade of a well-to-do mouse on an uninhabited island. The poetic and slightly ironic spoof received the fine translation it deserves. Abel's place in his familiar, mouse world has always been secure; he had an allowance from his mother, a comfortable home, and a lovely wife, Amanda. But one stormy August day, furious flood water carry him off and dump him on an uninhabited island. Despite his determination and stubborn resourcefulness, he tried crossing the river with boats and ropes and even on stepping-stones--Abel can't find a way to get back home. Days, then weeks and months, pass. Slowly, his soft habits disappear as he forages for food, fashions a warm nest in a hollow log, models clay statues of his family for company, and continues to brood on the problem of how to get across the river--and home. Abel's time on the island brings him a new understanding of the world he's separated from. Faced with the daily adventure of survival in his solitary, somewhat hostile domain, he is moved to reexamine the easy way of life he had always accepted and discovers skills and talents in himself that hold promise of a more meaningful life, if and when he should finally return to Mossville and his dear Amanda again. One summer day, newlywed mice Abel and Amanda are out for a picnic in the woods when they are caught in a sudden storm--a "full-fledged, screaming hurricane" to be precise. As they take refuge in a cave, a wind scoops up Amanda's scarf, and Abel foolishly lunges from safety to retrieve it. So begins William Steig's Newbery Honor Book Abel's Island, the ensuing adventures of this rather foppish mouse as he comes head to head with nature. Amazingly, Abel is swept up in a stream, then a river, then eventually marooned on an island (about 12,000 tails long). He is sure that his rescue is imminent: "It's certainly gotten around that Abelard Hassam di Chirico Flint, of the Mossville Flints, is missing," the society mouse speculates. But he is not so lucky. What will this intelligent, imaginative rodent do to get off the island and back to his beloved Amanda? He busies himself with finding ways to get to shore (including bridges, boats, catapults, stepping stones, and gliders); figuring out what he should eat (everything from mulberries to roasted seeds); and investigating where he should take shelter (in a rotten log). As the weeks and months go by, he misses his books, his paintings, his comfortable stuffed chair, his stylish clothes (now damp, torn, and lumpy), but above all his precious wife Amanda, whom he thinks about constantly. As the mouse faces his new life Robinson Crusoe-style, Abel discovers what it's like to be in tune with the natural world as well as his true nature, and what it's like to return, fortified, to his real home and to the arms of the one he loves. Along the way, readers can't help but rediscover the joys of being alive.
(PUBLISHER: Square Fish/Farrar Straus and Giroux (New York:), PUBLISHED: 2007 c1976.)

(Bookbird Reviews)
The winner of the 1970 Caldecott Medal, equally adroit with words and drawings, continues his exploration of the literary possibilities of anthropomorphic animals. Abel and Amanda were two newly-married mice, elegant in dress, manners and style of living. Caught in a drenching rainstorm during a picnic, Abel was separated from Amanda; and holding on to a nail in a board, he was washed ashore on an Island isolated by rushing waters. Falling in his ingenious attempts to cross the stream, the somewhat pampered, over sophisticated mouse had to spend a Crusoe-like year on the island. He learned to fend for himself, and in his leisure moments, finding some clay, he turned to sculpture; finding a book, he read. Abel finally escaped from the island during a season of drought and, after a fur-raising adventure with a cat, finally returned to his beloved Amanda. Despite the deceptively simple flow of the language, the author makes no concessions in his diction: Drugged with the aroma of rotting wood, he lost consciousness. There was a din of cricket outside, and the pauseless roar of the long it was dark and hushed, like a crypt. Over and above the imperturbable dignity of the style, there are moments of compensating wit, as when we are told that Abel had studied mushrooms in Souris s Botany at home or that he estimated the island to be about 12,000 talls long, 5,000 wide. The line drawings washed with gray faithfully and delightfully record not only the rigors of Abel s experiences but the refinement of his domestic existence.
(PUBLISHER: Square Fish/Farrar Straus and Giroux (New York:), PUBLISHED: 2007 c1976.)

(Bookbird Reviews)
This is the remarkable and humorous robinsonade of a well-to-do mouse on an uninhabited island. The poetic and slightly ironic spoof received the fine translation it deserves.
(PUBLISHER: Square Fish/Farrar Straus and Giroux (New York:), PUBLISHED: 2007 c1976.)

(Bookbird Reviews)
A lengthy summary of the text. And the delights of the text are further enhanced by his black-and-white drawings. Abel's place in his familiar, mouse world has always been secure; he had an allowance from his mother, a comfortable home, and a lovely wife, Amanda. But one stormy August day, furious flood water carry him off and dump him on an uninhabited island. Despite his determination and stubborn resourcefulness he tried crossing the river with boats and ropes and even on stepping-stones-Abel can't find a way to get back home. Days, then weeks and months, pass. Slowly, his soft habits disappear as he forages for food, fashions a warm nest in a hollow log, models clay statues of his family for company, and continues to brood on the problem of how to get across the river and home. Abel's time on the island brings him a new understanding of the world he's separated from. Faced with the daily adventure of survival in his solitary, somewhat hostile domain, he is moved to reexamine the easy way of life he had always accepted and discovers skills and talents in himself that hold promise of a more meaningful life, if and when he should finally return to Mossville and his dear Amanda again. Abel's Island is a 1976 New York Times Book Review Notable Children's Book of the Year and Outstanding Book of the Year, and a 1977 Newbery Honor Book. One summer day, newlywed mice Abel and Amanda are out for a picnic in the woods when they are caught in a sudden storm--a "full-fledged, screaming hurricane" to be precise. As they take refuge in a cave, a wind scoops up Amanda's scarf, and Abel foolishly lunges from safety to retrieve it. So begins William Steig's Newbery Honor Book Abel's Island, the ensuing adventures of this rather foppish mouse as he comes head to head with nature. Amazingly, Abel is swept up in a stream, then a river, then eventually marooned on an island (about 12,000 tails long). He is sure that his rescue is imminent: "It's certainly gotten around that Abelard Hassam di Chirico Flint, of the Mossville Flints, is missing," the society mouse speculates. But he is not so lucky. What will this intelligent, imaginative rodent do to get off the island and back to his beloved Amanda? He busies himself with finding ways to get to shore (including bridges, boats, catapults, stepping stones, and gliders); figuring out what he should eat (everything from mulberries to roasted seeds); and investigating where he should take shelter (in a rotten log). As the weeks and months go by, he misses his books, his paintings, his comfortable stuffed chair, his stylish clothes (now damp, torn, and lumpy), but above all his precious wife Amanda, whom he thinks about constantly. As the mouse faces his new life Robinson Crusoe-style, Abel discovers what it's like to be in tune with the natural world as well as his true nature, and what it's like to return, fortified, to his real home and to the arms of the one he loves. Along the way, readers can't help but rediscover the joys of being alive.
(PUBLISHER: Square Fish/Farrar Straus and Giroux (New York:), PUBLISHED: 2007 c1976.)

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New York: Square Fish/Farrar Straus and Giroux, 2007

Media Type: Language Material
117 p.:
PZ7.S8177 ([Fic])
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Prince Frederick Md.: Recorded Books, 1998

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Recorded at a 10%- 15% slower pace.
An unabridged recording of the book.
In container (23 cm.).
Prince Frederick Md.: Recorded Books, 1994

Media Type: Nonmusical Sound Recording
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In container (23 cm.).
[China: s.n.] ;, 1990

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119 p.:
(LMC/F/Ste)
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1989

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Camera F-Stop Studios Gary Becker ; editor Gregory Perler ; music Arthur Custer.
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Based on Abel's island / William Steig.
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Issued with instruction sheet including suggestions for classroom discussion and follow-up activities.
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New York: Farrar Straus and Giroux, 1976

Media Type: Language Material
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A dramatized reading of the Newbery Honor book about Abel the mouse.

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