A little girl answers and Ignacia shows her the beautiful picture and tells her all the things she can do for her. Paula rated it it was amazing Mar 03, Want to Read saving…. Amazon Kindle 0 editions. It was a little difficult to be engaged in the story having to read it online.

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Vizcarra, Natasha. Ang Itim na kuting The Black Kitten. She becomes very sad, but decides to draw and color pictures to prove her worth to someone who will accept her. She meets a girl at the end of the street and immediately begins to persuade the girl to take her in, and provides her with many, many things that the kitten can do for the human.

The girl agrees to take in the black kitten out of love, not because of the things that kitten can do for her. The girl and the kitten are both happy at the end. The pictures and the words were successful at making the reader really connect with the way the kitten is being treated.

It was a very sweet story. Payama Feb 9, Vizcarra, Natasha. The Black Kitten. Philippines: Adarna House, Inc. This story is about a black kitten named Ignacia that is unwanted by the people in her neighborhood because she is a black kitten. She meets different people and tries to convince them that she is a good kitten and should be given a chance.

She finally meets a little girl that accepts her for who she is. It was a little difficult to be engaged in the story having to read it online. The illustrations looked good but it was also difficult to appreciate them fully being that they were online. The basic story premise of acceptance was good but I never fully appreciated it.

In this picture book, Ignacia the kitten is saddened when she is shooed away by all the humans. This shunning is because Ignacia is a black kitten and, according to superstition, black cats bring bad luck. Ignacia decides that the only way to stop this prejudice is to introduce herself to the next person she meets so that they will see she is not bad luck.

Ignacia prepares a speech highlighting all of her good qualities and why a person should adopt her for a pet. When Ignacia meets a little girl, she delivers her speech and finds a new home. This story encourages the reader to accept people for who they are and not to believe in stereotypes or prejudices. Nobody liked the little kitten because they believed she was bad luck even though not one single person took the time to get to know her. This book encourages people to get to know a person before passing judgment.

The Black Kitten would be an excellent tool in an early elementary school classroom. It can be used to teach about acceptance of different people. An activity the class could do is to have all the students write down some of their good qualities and then share it with the class.

This will allow the students to see that everyone has something that is good about them. This could be an excellent activity to have at the beginning of the year for students to get to know each other.


Ang Itim Na Kuting (The Black Kitten)

The E-mail Address es field is required. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. Adarna House, Characters: It can be used to teach about acceptance of different people. Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. It was a very sweet story. Citations are based on reference standards.



In one house, they called her, "Spook! I am a black kitten. Someone sweeping at one house screamed: "Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! A cat! She thought and she planned. Finding a crayon and a big sheet of paper she wrote, she drew, she colored.

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