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by Lisa McCue,Lisa Schroeder

eBook Little Chimp's Big Day download ISBN: 1402749678
Author: Lisa McCue,Lisa Schroeder
Publisher: Sterling (September 7, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 24
ePub: 1425 kb
Fb2: 1243 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: rtf mbr mobi rtf
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Lisa Schroeder is an award-winning author. Visit her online at ww. isaschroederbooks.

Lisa Schroeder is an award-winning author. Lisa McCue has illustrated more than 175 children's books and her art has frequently been selected for exhibition by the Society of Illustrators. As a parent it seems like kids always pick the books that aren't fun for the parents to read. And Lisa McCue is the best illustrator! These pictures are so cute!

Little Chimp's Big Day book.

Little Chimp's Big Day book. In the jungle, in a treeSits a little chimpanzee. Nov 01, 2011 Beth rated it really liked it.

Author Lisa Schroeder and illustrator Lisa McCue collaborate in this playful tale of a young chimpanzee’s solo adventure through the . Little Chimp’s Big Day is another beautifully produced high quality picture book from Sterling.

Author Lisa Schroeder and illustrator Lisa McCue collaborate in this playful tale of a young chimpanzee’s solo adventure through the jungle. Schroeder‘s popular bed-time tale Baby Can’t Sleep is adored by parents for its lilting rhyme and humorous take on counting sheep.

Four best friends, one lucky bracelet, and an utterly charming new middle-grade series! Caitlin would stay at summer camp forever if she could. Juliet has just moved to a beachside town with her newly separated mother and her moody older sister. When she meets their new neighbor, Emma, the girls form an instant bond.

Fans of Lisa's first book should know that we get to see Ava briefly in Chasing Brooklyn. I hear that you've got another picture book coming out soon: Little Chimp's Big Day, illustrated by Lisa McCue, due out in Fall, 2010. In your second YA novel, Far From You, Alice has lost her mother to pancreatic cancer; she begins the novel in a sulky, angry sort of place with much of her anger directed toward her father, stepmother and baby half-sister. What can you tell us about this little guy? And when can we expect to see what he looks like? Little Chimp is adorable!

Little Chick leaves the safety of her mother's nest to explore the big, wide world and meets other animals as she wanders about the barnyard.

Lisa McCue’s gorgeous acrylic and watercolor illos, featuring realistic animals with child-friendly personalities, are a joy .

Lisa McCue’s gorgeous acrylic and watercolor illos, featuring realistic animals with child-friendly personalities, are a joy to behold. Her visual canvas showcases beautiful birds and butterflies, lush greenery, exotic flowers, interesting insects and reptiles, and day-to-dusk skies in blues and violets - all of which will engage young readers and likely pique their curiosity about jungle habitats. I love Little Chimp’s facial expressions, which perfectly convey his curiosity, wonder, delight and amazement.

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Author of 20+ books for kids/teens Подписчиков: 9 тыс.

Author of 20+ books for kids/teens. SEE YOU ON A STARRY NIGHT, Scholastic. I believe in the power and beauty of ar. одписчиков: 9 тыс.

In the jungle, in a treeSits a little chimpanzee.Mother said she'd be right backBut now the branch snaps with a crack…And in a SNAP, Little Chimp is off on a big adventure-taking a watery ride atop a hippo, swinging on vines, and munching bunches of bananas. But as he goes bumping, jumping, and racing across the jungle, he never stops wondering: “Where could Mother be?” Little Chimp may not know, but sharp-eyed kids will see that mommy has an eye on him all the time! An enchanting text filled with rhythm and rhyme, and sweetly charming illustrations. 
Comments: (3)
Bulace
This is hands down my favorite children's book this year and perhaps EVER. As a parent it seems like kids always pick the books that aren't fun for the parents to read. This is one my kids love AND I love! Lisa Schroeder may be one of my favorite authors for her young adult books, but she is now one of my favorite children's book authors as well. And Lisa McCue is the best illustrator! These pictures are so cute!
This book is a joy to read as it rhymes so it's fun and easy because of the lovely flow. But the kids love it because of all adventuresome things that Little Chimp does. It's also an easier one to memorize so they can 'read' along with you.
The book has the message that even when your parents let you run and have grand adventures they are always watching over you, even if you don't know it.
The illustrations are great because you can see that the whole time Little Chimps mother is hiding but still watching him. Each page also has a caterpillar for you to find. So it's very interactive and the kids love looking for the mother and the caterpillar. The pictures are also vibrant and colorful. I wish I could get Lisa McCue to come paint a mural in my playroom!

I highly recommend this book and it's a great Christmas gift! I'm thinking of buying one for all of my nieces and nephews.
Conjulhala
I tried to borrow this from the library, but they didn't have it. I ordered instead and it is a favorite for me and my 2 yr old daughter! Mom chimp is hiding and watching on each page and it's a lovely, sweet ending!
Doath
What-if Curious George had NOT met the Man in the Yellow Hat?

A sweet faced baby chimp explores the jungle, seemingly alone for the first time, while wondering "where could Mother be?" The chimp rides on a hippo's back, finds bananas to eat, swings on vines to escape a jungle cat then settles down to sleep after his busy day. Mother is there and has been all along, hidden but watching over her child on each page.

The action sequences are described in groups of rhyming gerunds,
"bumping, chasing, jumping, racing" and " roaring, gripping, soaring, zipping." Even though the story is pitched towards little guys, the book would be useful for illustrating gerunds.
McCue excels at lovable, furry-fuzzy animals. Her chimpanzee is expressive and endearing.