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by Dusan Petricic,Hélène Desputeaux,Robert Munsch

eBook Where is Gah-Ning? (Munsch for Kids) download ISBN: 1550379836
Author: Dusan Petricic,Hélène Desputeaux,Robert Munsch
Publisher: Annick Press (May 1, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1842 kb
Fb2: 1825 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Munsch for Kids) (9781550379822) by Robert Munsch and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible . 3. Where Is Gah-Ning? Robert n. munsch, helene desputeaux

3. munsch, helene desputeaux. Published by Firefly Books Ltd September 1994 (1994). ISBN 10: 1550379828 ISBN 13: 9781550379822.

Robert Munsch, Dusan Petricic, Helene Desputeaux. Gah-Ning wants to go to Kapuskasing, that bustling hub of Northern Ontario civilization. But her father doesn't want her to go. He knows what happens to people when they go there they shop until their money runs out but she decides to go anyway. First she tries to go by bike, then on roller blades, but each time her father finds out and takes her back home. Then she meets a clown who is giving out balloons show more.

Robert Munsch is the author of more than 25 books for children including The Paper Bag Princes and Stephanie's Ponytail. He was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and studied to be a Jesuit priest before deciding to work with children instead

Robert Munsch is the author of more than 25 books for children including The Paper Bag Princes and Stephanie's Ponytail. He was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and studied to be a Jesuit priest before deciding to work with children instead. He taught in a variety of nursery schools and daycare centers while he earned an MA in Early Childhood Education.

Where is Gah-Ning? by. Munsch, Robert . 1945-; Desputeaux, Hélène, ill. Publication date. Her father says, "No way," but Gah-Ning tries anyway, first on her bike, then on rollerblades. Both times, her father catches her and takes her home. She succeeds the third time, though, floating all the way there with the help of 300 balloons.

Illustrated by. Hélène Desputeaux. Robert Munsch Hardcover Books. Robert Munsch Paperback Books. Robert Munsch Fiction & Literature Books in English. Robert Munsch Hardcover Fiction & Literature Books in English. Robert Kirkman Books.

Similar books to Mud Puddle (Munsch for Kids). Originally published in 1979, Munsch’s classic story of splashy muck gets great new illustrations that show a small kid’s standoffs with a sly mud puddle. How to Be a Good Creature: A Memoir in Thirteen Animals" by Sy Montgomery This is a beautiful book - essential reading for anyone who loves animals and knows how much they can teach us about being human. After her mother brings Julie Ann clean new clothes, she buttons them up carefully and walks outside, where a mud puddle jumps on her––from a tree, a gutter-again and again.

Desputeaux has produced more than 100 children's books. Purple, Green, and Yellow (1992), text by Robert Munsch.

Desputeaux has produced more than 100 children's books Desputeaux and the publisher Éditions Chouette went to court to resolve a dispute over the ownership of the Caillou character. A Quebec artitrator found that the character was jointly owned. Caillou, la petite soeur and Caillou, le petit pot, text by Joceline Sanschagrin, received the Mr. Christie's Book Award in 1993. Where is Gah-Ning? (1994), text by Robert Munsch.

Another little gem by Robert Munsch, with another new illustrator - Helene Desputeaux. Having been to both Hearst Ontario and Kapuskasing Ontario (northern towns on highway 11), I really appreciated the illustrations of the moose and coniferous forests. Litlle Gah-Ling is a pretty adventurous and determined character who, having made the decision to go to Kapuskasing, will find a way no matter what. My favourite illustations are of the 300 balloons, of all different colours and shapes. What a Another little gem by Robert Munsch, with another new illustrator - Helene Desputeaux.

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Gah-Ning wants to go to Kapuskasing, that bustling hub of Northern Ontario civilization. But her father doesn’t want her to go. He knows what happens to people when they go there—they shop until their money runs out—but she decides to go anyway. First she tries to go by bike, then on roller blades, but each time her father finds out and takes her back home. Then she meets a clown who is giving out balloons. She takes 300 of them and begins floating off down the highway in the direction of ...
Comments: (7)
Andromakus
My daughter (6 1/2) loved this story. She laughed out loud and made me read it 5 times the day we got it. I think this will be one of her favorite Munsch books! I highly recommend. For adults, I don't find these that funny, but this author definitely knows what the kids like!
Perongafa
Fun book, you'll enjoy reading it to your kid. No consequences for the little girl repeatedly disobeying her parents, though. Lost a star for not having a moral. The only lesson to be learned here is do whatever you want, it'll be OK.

Also by R. Munsch:
Try Smelly Socks & Stephanie's Pony Tail, too.
Skip A Promise is a Promise & also I love You Forever.
Trex
I really enjoyed reading this book to my granddaughters.
Very Old Chap
Excellent!
Adrielmeena
This is my favorite children's author, I used to read this book to my sons, now my grandsons enjoy the books and the Robert Munsch collection I bought for them. These books are timeless.
JoJosho
I am a Munsch fan. We love this as much as the other more popular titles.
Shalinrad
I've enjoyed Robert Munsch's books since I was a little kid and this "Where is Gah-Ning?" has always been one of my favorites. I bought this gift for a Kapuskasing-born friend's baby girl. It's hard to find such fun and cute books that use Northern Ontario as a setting!
I love Robert Munsch books, and always enjoyed reading them to my classes. Now that I'm retired and substitute, I decided to add a few of his books to my sub bag. They are always well-loved by the kids (I ham it up, too, when I read, which doesn't hurt!); I think a lot of teachers now forget about Munsch's treasures! Cute story with a good moral.