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eBook The Snoops download

by Delphine Durand,Miriam Moss

eBook The Snoops download ISBN: 184011004X
Author: Delphine Durand,Miriam Moss
Publisher: Templar Publishing (January 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1600 kb
Fb2: 1904 kb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: doc txt lrf lrf
Category: Children's Books

text: Miriam Moss - illus: Delphine Durand - GAUTIER LANGUEREAU(FR) 1998 - French translation of "THE SNOOPS" Templar books (UK) 1997.

text: Miriam Moss - illus: Delphine Durand - GAUTIER LANGUEREAU(FR) 1998 - French translation of "THE SNOOPS" Templar books (UK) 1997. text: Miriam Moss - illus: Delphine Durand - GAUTIER LANGUEREAU(FR) 1998 - French translation of "THE SNOOPS" Templar books (UK) 1997.

text: Miriam Moss - illus: Delphine Durand TEMPLAR books (UK). Taken on November 18, 2007.

Not your typical children’s book, The Snoops follows the prying, spying, nosy antics of a family that observes everyone’s business, from theft to fender benders to adultery. The pictures are original and a little disconcerting. The text is fun to read, for an adult, but not as easy to follow for a young child.

uk's Miriam Moss Page and shop for all Miriam Moss books. Her fiction includes picture books, novelty books, poetry and short stories

uk's Miriam Moss Page and shop for all Miriam Moss books. Check out pictures, bibliography, and biography of Miriam Moss. Her fiction includes picture books, novelty books, poetry and short stories. Her novel, Girl on a Plane, is published in the UK, and is publishing in the US in September 2016. She was born in England but also grew up in Africa, The Middle East and China.

ISBN13: 9781840111460.

Delphine Durand (Author). Miriam Moss (Author). This devilishly funny story about a family of Peeping Toms is custom-made for the debut of Delphine Durand's edgy, funky style of illustration that perfectly captures every hilarious detail. Delphine Durand (Illustrator). These are the most recent 10 blog posts about The Snoops in JacketFlap's Children's Publishing Blog Reader. Peeking and prying busybodies, the Snoops know everything about everybody who lives on Keyhole Place-they see Miss Spankie (who lost her hankie) wiping her nose on her sleeve; Loco Louie painting Mr. Cramp's.

Miriam Moss and Delphine Durand tackle the uncomfortable issue of head lice in this straightforward and very silly picture book. Miss Calypso and her class become the unsuspecting hosts of a family of those pesky parasites, but fortunately, the principal knows how to handle them. Moss (previously teamed with Durand for The Snoops) includes plenty of solid information as well as loopier touches (as the louse lays eggs, it sings, "Watch the teacher scritch and scratch, When my creepy, crawly babies hatch"). Durand's cartoon humans have Mr. Potato Head features and toothy, ear-splitting grins.

The Snoops, illustrated by Delphine Durand, Templar (Dorking, England), Dutton Children's Books (New . SIDELIGHTS: Miriam Moss is the prolific author of nonfiction and fiction books for children, publishing books for preschoolers to adolescents.

The Snoops, illustrated by Delphine Durand, Templar (Dorking, England), Dutton Children's Books (New York, NY), 1997. Arctic Song, illustrated by Adrienne Kennaway, Frances Lincoln (London, England), Bridgewater Books (Mahwah, NJ), 1999. Take a Walk on a Rainbow, Hodder (London, England), 1999. In a career that has spanned nearly two decades, she has written over a dozen stand-alone titles and has contributed to a handful of series about such far-flung topics as nature, health and nutrition, fashion, and history.

Read online books written by Miriam Moss in our e-reader absolutely for free. Books by Miriam Moss: Girl On a Plane. Author of Girl On a Plane at ReadAnyBook.

This is a wacky story about a very nosey fam ily. It has quirky illustrations and comes complete with a k eyhole concertina so the readers can do some snooping themse lves '
Comments: (2)
Tcaruieb
I thought the book was very cute, though I must admit I loved the illustrations more than the text. I absolutely love Delphine Durand's illustrations!

The story is cute, and the topic of "Snoops" is one that's funny and not overdone. But something about the text: the word choices, meter, etc., was a bit awkward to me. I couldn't tell whether this book was supposed to rhyme or not. It certainly seemed like it was intended to rhyme (in the sense that the word choices were sometimes very awkward), but it did not rhyme. Perhaps it was written in another language besides English, and translated without rhyme? That would explain things.

Overall, I'd still very much recommend the book.
Moogura
My son loves this book! He is now 4, but he first fell in love with this book at 2yrs. Unfortunately then he also tore the accordion-style pop up at the end but we are very careful now. The unusual cartoon-ish illustrations are artfully done, but still vey much appeal to the toddler/preschool set as well as parents. The rhymes are fun, and he really likes each "suspicious and secretive" deed that the Snoops discover. This would be a nice gift for the child who is learning about secrets, is learning hide and seek or is starting to find mysteries fun.