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pdf Leo the Magnificat, ebook Leo the Magnificat, epub Leo the Magnificat, doc Leo the Magnificat, e-pub Leo the Magnificat, Leo the Magnificat f51d1e32b80 One Day, A Cat Wandered Into The Garden Of A Church And Changed The Lives Of Everyone There The Children Named Him Leo The Magnificent, And Leo Made The Church His Home He Joined In At Choir Practice, Attended Every Covered Dish Dinner Leo Loved To Eat , And On Sundays, He Took His Favorite Seat In The Front Row


10 thoughts on “Leo the Magnificat

  1. says:

    Mommy s review from 8 10 11 This is a beautiful book I d recommend it to anyone Animal lovers will especially love it but really I can t imagine anyone who wouldn t love this.When I got to the end and saw that Leo was a real cat who lived at a church in Kentucky, I loved it all so much The author even thought to include an actual photo of Leo That went along way with me because the next time I read it I was able to picture the real Leo instead of the fictional cat pictured in the illustrations.Leo s adventures are a big part of his story some of the parts of this book are true and some are made up but all add to this beautiful story


  2. says:

    This is a neat book to read here because the story is local A cat wanders into the church yard and is adopted by the people there He lives a long and happy life at the church, but all good things must come to an end Leo ages and eventually passes away, though all who knew him recall him fondly I thought the art was beatiful and the story made me tear up


  3. says:

    Lovely, heart warming, heart wrenching story lovely illustrations.


  4. says:

    Leo the Magnificat by, Ann Martin1 Brief Summary One day, a cat wandered into the garden of a church and changed lives of everyone there The children named him Leo the Magnificat, and Leo made the church his home He joined in at choir practice, attended every covered dish dinner and on Sundays, he took his favorite seat in the front pew Years passed, and Leo grew old And when the time came to say good bye, the church found a special way to remember him 2 Potential Audience Topic, genre, reading level The topic is about losing someone or something close to you Genre is fictionalReading level is early transitional3 Specific Curricular Uses Read Aloud, because of it s touchy subject Teachers can answer unpredictable questions about the topic as they arise.Independent reading for a child who has recently lost a loved one and has questions about death.4 Social Issues the book addresses DeathTogetherness5 Specific Literary Elements the book demonstrates The book displayed internal conflicts and also had embedded stories within It touched on friendships, togetherness and honoring 6 Interactions and Counteractions of text and image How does the illustration help tell the story The illustrations clearly displayed what was happening in the text A young reader could understand the book by depicting the illustrations.


  5. says:

    1 Summary One Sunday, a cat wanders into a church garden The children name him Leo the Magnificat, and for many happy years he makes the church his home When the time comes to say good bye, everyone gathers to remember their magnificent friend.2 The topic is about losing someone or something close to you 3 Genre is fictional.4 Reading level is early transitional5 Specific Curricular Uses Read Aloud, because of it s touchy subject Teachers can answer unpredictable questions about the topic as they arise.Independent reading for a child who has recently lost a loved one and has questions about death.6 Social Issues the book addresses DeathTogetherness7 Specific Literary Elements the book demonstrates The book displayed internal conflicts and also had embedded stories within It touched on friendships, togetherness and honoring 8 Interactions and Counteractions of text and image How does the illustration help tell the story The illustrations clearly displayed what was happening in the text A young reader could understand the book by depicting the illustrations.


  6. says:

    Leo the Magnificat is a wonderful book It is the story of a cat named Leo who wonders into a church garden and never leaves This church becomes his home and all the visitors become his family The touches so many peoples lives and he loved everyone that he encountered I think children will love this book because Leo is such an inspiration He loves everyone no matter their differences I have always loved animals so this was the perfect book for me when I was little I loved this book when I was a kid and i know other kids will enjoy it as well Morgan SwansonRealistic Fiction My Genre


  7. says:

    I used to read this book aloud to my daughter when she was younger We both enjoyed the book as we are cat people and love these enchanting, graceful creatures The only problem with the book is that I can never complete it without crying, so every time I read it with my daughter, we had to stop so I could compose myself So you have fair warning This is a warm, loving story of a stray cat who wandered into a church one day and attached himself to the church and it s members Leo assisted with all church activities and even tried his paw at matchmaking The story is based on a real cat and a photo of him is included in the book.


  8. says:

    This was a sweet story about a cat who adopts a church and the community who adopts the cat It s adorable, the illustrations of the black and white cat are beautiful a note the Leo on whom the story was based was a Siamese cat , it s not overtly religious, and the story is a good way to introduce kids and kids at heart to the understanding of the lifespan of a pet The book does cover Leo s death and, than that, celebrates how Leo impacted people s lives for the better Which is what our animals and hopefully we do.


  9. says:

    Lindsey says Leo liked to eat and so do I The end was sad and on the last page it said it was a true story of a church cat and that made me real sad.


  10. says:

    I love cat stories and Leo s tale is one of the best ones I ve read I was a little saddened by the ending, but otherwise the story and pictures are brilliant


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