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eBook Blueberry Pie Elf download

by Seymour Fleishman,Jane Thayer

eBook Blueberry Pie Elf download ISBN: 1930900384
Author: Seymour Fleishman,Jane Thayer
Publisher: Purple House Press; Reprint edition (December 1, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1515 kb
Fb2: 1821 kb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: lit mbr mobi lrf
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Fiction and Fantasy

Seymour Fleishman - who collaborated on other books by Woolley, including the "Gus the Friendly Ghost" series - illustrates the book.

In this endearing book, Elmer, an impish, wee elf, gets into the blueberry pie and simply swoons with delight till his tummy swells with excess. Seymour Fleishman - who collaborated on other books by Woolley, including the "Gus the Friendly Ghost" series - illustrates the book. With a sense of humor Fleishman has created a petite elf with choppy hair, a long nose and toothpick legs - a creature that will win your heart with his earnest antics.

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The Blueberry Pie Elf is a children's courtesy book that was written by Jane Thayer and illustrated by Seymour Fleishman. Originally released in 1961 by Oliver & Boyd in the UK and William Morrow in the US, the story, written in prose, follows a little elf who is desperately trying to get a family to bake more of the blueberry pie that he loves so much. Elmer is an elf who lives with a family of bakers. One day the family bakes a blueberry pie, which Elmer proceeds to jump into and eats his fill.

The Blueberry Pie Elf book. She chose Jane Thayer, her grandmother's name, for the many picture books she wrote

The Blueberry Pie Elf book. Seymour Fleishman's charming illustrations transform our familiar household world into the tiny world of elves. She chose Jane Thayer, her grandmother's name, for the many picture books she wrote. For her older readers, she used her real name on books such as the ''Ginnie and Geneva" series about the adventures of two young girls.

Jane Thayer, Seymour Fleishman. One day the people who live with Elmer, who was a little elf, baked a blueberry pie. The minute Elmer had a chance he jumped right into that rich, melting pie and ate till his elfin stomach bulged

Jane Thayer, Seymour Fleishman. The minute Elmer had a chance he jumped right into that rich, melting pie and ate till his elfin stomach bulged. It was delicious, and Elmer wanted another one right away. But nobody can see an elf, or hear an elf, or feel an elf, so none of his people knew he was trying to tell them something. Then, when Elmer was unhappily sampling cherry pie, he had an inspiration! But, dear reader, we can't give the ending away

Seymour Fleishman - who collaborated on other books by Woolley, including the "Gus the Friendly Ghost" series - illustrates the book.

Jane Thayer; Seymour Fleishman. Let's just say that Elmer's ingenious solution satisfied his craving for blueberry pie, and being a polite elf, he thanked his people. Book Format: Choose an option. Elmer hs been the most appealing and industrious elf around for nearly fifty years, and he'll continue to delight children for generations to come.

Pictures by Seymour Fleishman. Gus the Friendly Ghost. Wild Animals, A Rand McNally Elf Book By Anna Ratzesberger, Illustrated by J. Postage Gus Was a Friendly Ghost, by Jane Thayer, vintage Halloween storybook, 1962.

Seymour Fleishman was born in 1918. He did the drawings for almost 100 books, about 80 of them for children including The Blueberry Pie Elf and the books starring Gus the ghost written by Jane Thayer. He graduated from the Art Institute of Chicago. During World War II, he served in the . Army in Australia and New Guinea, working as a cartographer and sometime illustrator of newsletters and officers' menus. He wrote and illustrated several books including Where's Kit, Four Cheers for Camping, and Gumbel, the Fire-Breathing Dragon. He died after a brief illness in May 2012 at the age of 94.

One day the people who live with Elmer, who was a little elf, baked a blueberry pie. The minute Elmer had a chance he jumped right into that rich, melting pie and ate till his elfin stomach bulged. It was delicious, and Elmer wanted another one right away. But nobody can see an elf, or hear an elf, or feel an elf, so none of his people knew he was trying to tell them something. Then, when Elmer was unhappily sampling cherry pie, he had an inspiration! But, dear reader, we can't give the ending away. Let's just say that Elmer's ingenious solution satisfied his craving for blueberry pie, and being a polite elf, he thanked his people. Elmer hs been the most appealing and industrious elf around for nearly fifty years, and he'll continue to delight children for generations to come. Seymour Fleishman's charming illustrations transform our familiar household world into the tiny world of elves.
Comments: (7)
nailer
This was my favorite book as a child. It got too expensive to buy a copy because it was out of print and apparently lots of people's favorite book! But now that it's reprinted, I am happy to get a new copy that has the exact same illustrations and even the same dust jacket as the original! Perfect!

It's the story of a sweet elf who lives with a family and does things to help them, but since no one can see an elf and no one can hear an elf, they don't know it. Then they make a wonderful blueberry pie that he samples, and he is so happy! But after that, no more blueberry pie. He does lots of things to try and get them to make a blueberry pie, but nothing helps until...read it and see!

Adorable vintage illustrations and good manners taught to children with humor and fun on every page.

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Chilldweller
This was my absolutely favorite story as a child. When my children were young it was, unfortunately, out of print. Now that they are grown up and I am ready for grandchildren (though I only have a grand-niece so far), I was delighted to find this beautiful hardcover version to share! The pictures are exactly as I remembered them and I have given a couple as gifts and, of course, purchased one for myself! Recommend to anyone who loves to share an engaging story with a littler person in their life!
Ubranzac
This was my favorite book as a child, so I was anxious to share it with my own children. I'm glad to see that there haven't been any major changes done to the book over time - it's just like I remember it. It doesn't have the exciting, vibrant pictures that most current children's books do, but the story is so fun. My daughter loved it! The price was great too - I've been searching used book shops/sites and the only copies I could find cost at least 3 times as much. I am very happy with my purchase
Isha
This is possibly the best children's book of all time! I was so glad to see it in print again, as the original I had was lost somewhere along the way! It's a simple, but beautiful story of a little elf, who learns, through trial and error, how to communicate with those who don't even know he exists!
Gaiauaco
I have always loved the blueberry pie elf since I was a child. My Father had a small shelf of books for me and my sisters in his study. It was always a thrill to go in there and pick out a book. This was always one of my favorites. I think I liked it because the elf is so cute and the story is simple and easy to read. It is actually a good book for beginning readers and more experienced ones.
Ubrise
I don't remember where or when I bought a Parent's Book Club copy of "The Blueberry Pie Elf", but all of our four girls have loved that book with the soft pastel colors and the story line of the little elf who craved blueberry pie so much that he worked hard all around his people's home until they finally noticed. You see, nobody can see an elf, hear an elf, or feel an elf, so only his footprints.... I can't give away the rest of the story.
We read it so frequently to our girls and then to our oldest grandson who also loved it that the dust jacket tore, and the book was getting really worn. When I realized that it had been republished exactly as the original, I bought five copies, enough for all four of our girls and one for me. Now all five of our grandchildren will have the joy of knowing Elmer, "The Blueberry Pie Elf"!
lets go baby
His Grandma had the original book and read it to my son when he was a very young child. He wanted this book for his children so I bought it for him to share with his children. I bought them for all the small children also. We love it.
My brother and I loved this book when it was 1st published. It was the 1st book that I could read completely on my own. I was delighted to find this now in reprint so my granddaughter can enjoy what we so loved. Very cute story with adorable illustrations.