eBook No, No, Jack! download
by Pierre Pratt,Ron Hirsch
Author: Pierre Pratt,Ron Hirsch
Publisher: Dial (March 18, 2002)
ePub: 1284 kb
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Category: Children's Books
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The acrylic paints have brilliant colors with interesting, soft-edged images.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Ron Hirsch has been added to your Cart. Ron Hirsch has been writing song lyrics since he was thirteen years old. This book is full of over one hundred and twenty songs. The songs are divided up in chapters such as recorded songs. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0803726120. Dewey Decimal Classification Number: 21. Personal Name: Hirsch, Ron. System Control Number: (Sirsi) 9235375. Library of Congress Call Number: PZ. 597935 No 2002. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Dial Books for Young Readers, (c)2002. Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ;, 22 cm. Summary, etc.
Every day Jack sends our family on a treasure hunt - for our own things! Hey! Why is Jack waiting beside that closet door? Hmmm.
Hirsch's tale fully engages readers, encouraging them to hone rudimentary deductive reasoning skills. He presents a simple scenario in which a specific object is needed to complete a task: mother needs something to bang the nail in the wall, Andy has to transport sand to the sandbox, and baby needs something to cover its bare tush. Readers can guess the answers and then open the flap of the closet door to discover the appropriate item
Ron Hirsch, No, No, Jack!, Dial Books for Young Children (New York, NY), 2002. For The Magic Boot Pratt and Simard create a picture book that explains why the land mass of Italy looks like a boot when viewed from above.
Ron Hirsch, No, No, Jack!, Dial Books for Young Children (New York, NY), 2002. François Gravel, David et la maison de la sorcière, Dominique et Cie. (Saint-Lambert, Quebec, Canada), 2002. Little Pipo's feet are too big for any boots made, so a good fairy gives him a pair of magic boots that will grow every time they are watered.