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  • Author:
    Ruth Belov Gross,Jack Kent
  • ISBN:
    0808563858
  • ISBN13:
    978-0808563853
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  • Publisher:
    Turtleback Books; Bound for Schools & Libraries ed. edition (January 1, 1992)
  • Subcategory:
    Arts Music & Photography
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The Bremen-town musicians consist of a donkey, dog, cat, and a rooster on their way to Bremen-town to become musicians.

The Bremen-town musicians consist of a donkey, dog, cat, and a rooster on their way to Bremen-town to become musicians. The Bremen-town Musicians is an easy-to-read folktale from Scholastic that belong in every child's library. It is a classical story of four animals that travel to the town of Bremen with the hope of becoming a musician. The story is as enjoyable as ever and the book is designed in such a child friendly way.

The Bremen Town Musicians Ruth Belov Gross,Jack Kent Metin Parçacığı görünümü - 1974. Jack Kent wrote and drew the 1968 syndicated Christmas cominstrip, Why Christmas Almost Wasn't. The Bremen Town Musicians Ruth Belov Gross,Jack Kent Önizleme Yok - 1992. Yazar hakkında (1979). Jack Kent was born in 1920 in Burlington, Iowa. Jack Kent and his wife named their home on the banks of the San Antonio River King Aroo's Castle. Jack Kent's book, Just Only John, received awards from the Chicago Graphics Associates and the Children's Book Clinic.

Gross, Ruth Belov; Kent, Jack, 1920-1985. No longer wanted by their masters, a dog, a donkey, a cat, and a rooster set out for Bremen to become musicians. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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The Bremen-town Musicians is a good book for children ages 5-8. Ruth Gross does a good job retelling the tale and Jack Kent's illustrations help tell the story as well. He uses bright cartoon characteristic pictures. This is a great book to start children out on Folklore. Four abandoned/runaway animals gather together to become musicians to get away from their terrible homes. Leaving the old robbers frightened.

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The Bremen-town Musicians retold by Ruth Belov Gross ~ illustrated by Jack Kent Scholastic, 1974

The Bremen-town Musicians retold by Ruth Belov Gross ~ illustrated by Jack Kent Scholastic, 1974. I've loved your focus on Jack Kent this week. Before discovering your blog, his name was unfamiliar to me. Now I'm on the lookout for his work.

Jack Kent's book Just Only John received awards from the Chicago Graphics Associates . 5018The Bremen-town Musicians retold by Ruth Belov Gross.

Jack Kent's book Just Only John received awards from the Chicago Graphics Associates and the Children's Book Clinic. The New York Times named his Mr. Meebles outstanding picture book of the year 1970. At the University of Minnesota, the collection Jack Kent Papers spans the years 1953 to 1985 and includes 50 pencil sketches, nine photocopies, 182 blue line illustrations, 251 ink illustrations (some with holograph, paste-ups, separations), two paste-ups for table of contents, eight pencil illustrations with holograph, three ink illustrations with color indications and three watercolor illustrations.

Ruth Belov Gross, illustrates by. Jack Kent (1982, vintage Scholastic). SweetPuppyVintage The Bremen-Town Musicians - retold by Ruth Belov Gross - 1974 Vintage Books - Children’s Books - Kid’s Books. The Bremen-Town Musicians - retold by Ruth Belov Gross - 1974 Vintage Books - Children’s Books - Kid’s Books.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. No longer wanted by their owners, an old donkey, dog, cat, and rooster make their way toward Bremen with the intention of becoming town musicians.

Haralem
It is a classical story of four animals that travel to the town of Bremen with the hope of becoming a musician. I remember my mom reading me this story when I was 5 or 6. Somehow I saw it in amazon the other day and decided to buy for my two children (3.5 years old and 1.5 years old). The story is as enjoyable as ever and the book is designed in such a child friendly way.

Younger children like mine, can enjoy both being read and shuffling the pages themselves. It is light weight and has wide pages almost fully covered with pictures. The script is kept at minimum and the pictures are well made so that even my younger one can distinguish the animals and the items in it.

For the price ($3.26) it offers a good fun for your kid.
MrDog
Classic book. I've been looking for this version of the Bremen-town Musicians as this is the one I remember as a kid. Other versions of the story by other author/illustrator combos do not compare to this version. Jack Kemp's pictures are endearing and make you laugh out loud. Glad to see his books making a slow comeback.
GoodLike
I loved this story as a child, and was so glad to see the book with the same illustrations that my book had so many years ago. Item in great condition. Recommend seller.
Ieslyaenn
One of my favorite if not my absolute favorite book from my childhood. I am so thrilled they make it in a paperback. Took it to my daughter's class and not one child had heard the story. They loved it!
doesnt Do You
The book arrived a little bent because of packaging, but our daughter liked it anyway. I would suggest more protective packaging for bendable books such as this.
thrust
This was the book I used for years and misplaced it last year. I purchased other books but it just wasn't the same. I was in Bremen over the summer and there were statues everywhere! When I returned from Germany I found this version of the story and was glad to use it again.
Mojind
Always like this animal story, regardless of which version it is. Our granddaughters were not familiar with it, so purchased this one for them.
used to have my grandmother read as a child and it stills warms my heart to read