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by Paul Hess,Sam McBratney
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  • Author:
    Paul Hess,Sam McBratney
  • ISBN:
    0750027096
  • ISBN13:
    978-0750027090
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Hodder Wayland (September 30, 1999)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Animals
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Once There Was A Hoodie book. In addition to authoring many books for children, Sam McBratney has also written radio plays for adults and a prize-winning collection of short stories

Once There Was A Hoodie book. In addition to authoring many books for children, Sam McBratney has also written radio plays for adults and a prize-winning collection of short stories. He received a degree in history and political science from Trinity College, Dublin, and worked for many years as a teacher. Married, with three grown children, Sam McBratney lives in Northern Ireland. Books by Sam McBratney

A superbly illustrated picture book about friendship. Sam McBratney is the best-selling author of Guess How Much I Love You? and numerous other books.

A superbly illustrated picture book about friendship. He has taught in both primary and secondary schools and lives in Northern Ireland. He won the Association of Illustrators Award for Best Unpublished Illustration in 1992 and won the Sydney Morning Herald Award for Best Portrait in a Photographic Competition in 1978. Country of Publication. Once There was a Hoodie is an odd little book much like the Hoodie itself. Sam McBratney has a special gift for writing books that touch a young one's heart and Paul Hess's glowing illustrations are a brilliant match. The Hoodie tries to make friends with the sheep, the cows, and the children, but they all run away. Finally he meets another Hoodie and they live happily ever after. The Hoodie looks like a combination of a rutabaga and a carrot. The story ends with the Hoodies sleeping under their hill for one hundred years. There really isn't much to the story.

McBratney, Sam; Hess, Paul, 1961- il. While trying to make friends, a Hoodie manages to scare off some sheep, cows, and children, before finding the one thing that will make him truly happy. No page number in the book.

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Sam McBratney (born 1943) is a writer from Northern Ireland

Sam McBratney (born 1943) is a writer from Northern Ireland. McBratney was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1943.

Once There Was a Hoodie. Written by. Sam Mcbratney. Just for kids (45 items) list by HCLC. Published 8 years, 3 months ago. View all Once There Was a Hoodie lists. Manufacturer: Hodder Children's Books Release date: 15 January 2004 ISBN-10 : 0340878533 ISBN-13: 9780340878538. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed.

It wasn't the white-and-woollies that bolted when they saw him coming, it wasn't the black-and-whites that crashed through the nearest hedge when they saw him coming. Can you guess what it is ...?

Exellent
Once There was a Hoodie is an odd little book much like the Hoodie itself. The Hoodie tries to make friends with the sheep, the cows, and the children, but they all run away. Finally he meets another Hoodie and they live happily ever after. The Hoodie looks like a combination of a rutabaga and a carrot. The story ends with the Hoodies sleeping under their hill for one hundred years.

There really isn't much to the story. It's basically a lonely Hoodie looking for friend. It could stimulate some discussion on how we judge others by their appearances. Mostly, though, it's just a bit of silliness. The narration has a rhythmic chatty tone that would be fun to read aloud.

The illustrations by Paul Hess have an other world quality to them. The bug-eyed cows running from the Hoodie are funny and the Hoodie himself is a combination of bizarre and humorous.
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My son, who is now 7, discovered this book at the library when he was about 3. We checked it out so many times I lost count. My son never, EVER bored of this sweet story so one Christmas, he finally received it as a gift from a grandparent. 4 years after the initial discovery, even though he is now a "big boy", he still loves this beautiful book about a gentle giant who is only looking for some fun and love! Sam McBratney has a special gift for writing books that touch a young one's heart and Paul Hess's glowing illustrations are a brilliant match.