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eBook No, No, Jack! download

by Pierre Pratt,Ron Hirsch

eBook No, No, Jack! download ISBN: 0803726120
Author: Pierre Pratt,Ron Hirsch
Publisher: Dial (March 18, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 24
ePub: 1284 kb
Fb2: 1446 kb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: txt mobi lrf azw
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals

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The acrylic paints have brilliant colors with interesting, soft-edged images.

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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.

Jack the dog is an unintentional troublemaker as his game of hiding items, such as slippers and the baby's nappies, causes the family to have to go on a daily hunt to locate the missing goods, in an amusing tale with full-color illustrations.
Comments: (6)
Lianeni
We love this book! This book was a favorite of my granddaughter when she was young. I read it countless times to her and each time we delighted in the story.
When our veterinarian was expecting her first baby, I purchased this copy to take for her when I took my own dog in for a visit. I was surprised to learn that my vet had not even thought about reading to her baby! I thought EVERYONE knew how important it is to read fun, repetitive stories to babies!
I have purchased other copies to give as gifts as well. We love this book!!
Xirmiu
Jack, a playful black and white dog that looks like a cross between a Jack Russell terrier and an anteater loves to hide his family's stuff in the closet, much to their dismay. Daily, Jack waits by the closet door to help them retrieve what might be misplaced. The family tries to correct Jack's errant ways by saying, "No, no, Jack!" But he continues hiding things until one day he hides a treasure that pleases all the family, especially Jack. This colorful book with bright acrylic artwork that moves the eye from left to right to the door will peak the curiosity of young readers from three to five years old as they try to guess what Jack might have placed in the closet. This chance to predict before lifting the flap to see will help the young reader pay attention to the text as well as the illustrations.
Budar
My 2 year old daughter loves this book. She loves predicting what Jack has hidden in the closet and then lifting the flap to see. The illustrations are charming and she continually discovers more in each picture.
Xanzay
One of the first books I buy just about every kid in my life - this book is visually interesting and fun to read!
happy light
A sweet, charming book about Jack, a dog who is always getting in trouble for hiding the necessities his family needs. Friendship reigns at the end! The preschoolers I read with love this book!
Kahavor
No,No,Jack is definitely a 5 star hit with our five year old grandaughter, Shannon. We have lots of children's books that she likes but she always goes first to No, No, Jack and it's a must for bedtime reading. When she brings her little friends, it's the first thing she shows them at Grandma's house. I suspect the appeal lies in the fact that little kids like the idea of hiding things, including themselves. Also, after a couple of readings, they feel as though they can read it themselves. I hope we will see many more books from Mr. Hirsch.