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ISBN:0385512929
Author: Katherine Couric
ISBN13: 978-0385512923
Title: The Blue Ribbon Day
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Doubleday (October 19, 2004)

The Blue Ribbon Day by Katherine Couric



About The Blue Ribbon Day. Everybody’s a star, a brilliant creation. About Katherine Couric. KATIE COURIC has been a coanchor of NBC News’s Today since 1991, and in that position she has covered a variety of national and international events and fascinating people. She is also a contributing anchor for the newsmagazine Dateline NB. .More about Katherine Couric. Category: Children’s Picture Books.

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The Blue Ribbon Day book. In 2006, she made a highly publicized move from NBC to CBS, and on September 5, 2006 she became the first solo female anchor of the weekday evening news on one of the three traditional .

The Blue Ribbon Day" could have been a moralistic lesson in life were it not for Katie Couric's wit and "cool" verse as well as her understanding of pre-teen lingo. This is the second children's book by Newswoman NBC-TV's Katie Couric. Her writing reflects her bubbly, warm, no-nonsense TV personae. Best friends Ellie and Carrie try out for the school soccer team. The two girls are very disappointed when Carrie is not selected along with Ellie

Author : Katherine Couric. Publisher : Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. The trouble is finding the right constellation! Ellie McSnelly and Carrie O’Toole, the winning pair of friends from The Brand New Kid, are back in a new adventure.

2004) Release of her book, The Blue Ribbon Day. com/KatieCouric –. Katie Couric TM. om TMZ – celebrity news, entertainment news, celebrity gossip, Hollywoo. ur NYC camera guy spotted Katie Couric while she was on the phone with anothe. ww. com/tag/katie+couric –. Katie Couric – TIME Katie Couric. By James Poniewozik Sunday, Apr.

Katherine Anne Couric. 1957-01-07) January 7, 1957 (age 62). Arlington, Virginia, . Couric hosted or worked on a number of news specials, like Everybody's Business: America's Children in 1995. Similar entertainment specials were Legend to Legend Night: A Celebrity Cavalcade in 1993, and Harry Potter: Behind the Magic in 2001. Couric, Katie (2004). The Blue Ribbon Day. New York: Doubleday.

Everybody’s a star, a brilliant creation. The trouble is finding the right constellation!Ellie McSnelly and Carrie O’Toole, the winning pair of friends from The Brand New Kid, are back in a new adventure. Ellie and Carrie decide to try out for the school team in their favorite sport, soccer. But when only one of the girls is selected, the inseparable pair faces a challenge(what do you say when your best friend is terribly disappointed?But while some disappointments can’t be avoided, Carrie learns (with some help from her mother and her old friend Lazlo) that while she may not be good at everything, she has undiscovered talents waiting to bloom, if she has the courage to try something new.For every reader who has ever set his or her heart on joining a sports team, getting a part in the school play, or winning a class election, and been let down, Katie Couric’s reassuring and inspiring story gives a charming lesson in confidence.
Reviews: 7
Hadadel
This is a book I must have read about 300 times to my son. It is SO well told, so beautiful to look out and the sound and cadence of the poem, just ethereal. We knew it by heart and enjoyed bantering it about. It is great for boys and girls.
Super P
I love this book. I bought it for my daughters when they were in kindergarden/1st grade. It was one of my favorite books to read to them back then and here I am 14 yrs later buying two more as christmas gifts for a couple young kids we know... the 1 star ratings below sound very bitter and personal against the author. Most people buying a book on this level could care less about who the author is. Its simply a really good fun uplifting well written kids book.
Worla
With a granddaughter in primary school, I am always on the lookout for books that will encourage a love of reading and spark her curiosity about the wonderful adventures that await in the world of books. To this end, I have found that rhyming stories add more fun to early reading.

Couric uses this technique to tell of the latest adventures of Ellie McSnelly and Carrie O'Toole, as the two friends try out for soccer together. Unfortunately, only one of the girls excels in the sport and is chosen for the team. Not to worry; Couric has plans for Carrie and an important life lesson as well. With a little help from her friend Lazlo and her mother, Carrie learns to appreciate her own special talents, in this case a successful effort at an academic school competition.

There is much to be learned in this lighthearted romp through the joys of girlhood; mostly, that each child is blessed with her own special gifts. The girls share in each other's endeavors and realize that different talents make life more interesting for both.

The illustrations are bright and full of energy, the perfect complement to the optimistic rhymes that propel the story. Little girls are constantly beset with choices while making a place in the society of young girls. This enthusiastic approach to problem solving is a delightful read, with subtle lessons of acceptance for differences. Ellie McSnelly and Carrie O'Toole are perfect role models who take on the world hand in hand. Luan Gaines/2004.
Inertedub
Very nicely done and the lesson it teaches is an excellent spirit lifter. Fail at one thing, win at another. This is something all our children should learn as competition becomes increasingly tough. Even if you fail at something, remember "You couldn't feel good if you never felt bad".

A very good lesson -- even for adults.
Modimeena
Love this book written by Katie Couric! The kids really love the story and are able to relate to the characters. It has been a great addition to my school counseling library!
Laitchai
I have to agree with the one-star, terse review...I cannot separate the author from her on-air ramblings.
She makes my pancreas ache.
Thetalen
I wouldn't waste any amount of money buying this book for a child unless I wanted them to grow up to become a Paris Hilton wannabe, who's probably an idol to the author of ths book. The author is one of the biggest egomaniacs on television today. I'm sure she'll be wasting the airtime of the 'Today' show to promote the pile of garbage to the viewing public as much as she likes to tout her 'Exclusive' interviews she manages to obtain. Why the network insists on keeping her as an anchor is beyond me. Her journalism skills are a joke. She needs to get a job with 'Entertainment Tonight' or 'Extra' because she's all about 'shock value' journalism. Just listening to her speak is like listening to a pack of hyenas or wolverines mate.