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by Randy Cecil
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Randy Cecil
  • ISBN:
    0763629529
  • ISBN13:
    978-0763629526
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Candlewick (March 13, 2007)
  • Pages:
    40 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1996 kb
  • ePUB format
    1786 kb
  • DJVU format
    1689 kb
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    953
  • Formats:
    docx doc lrf azw


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Lonely for laughter, a carousel animal goes on a courageous journey in Randy Cecil’s delightful new picture book.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Gator loves everything about being a carousel animal - the flashing lights.

Douglas by Randy Cecil, published by Candlewick Press, September 2019. Sail Away Dragon by Barbara Joosse, illustrated by Randy Cecil. Published by Candlewick Press, October 2017. Published by Candlewick Press, August 2016. Horsefly and Honeybee by Randy Cecil. Published by Henry Holt, March 2012.

The Definitive Guide to. Gator. Written and illustrated by Randy Cecil. Published by Candlewick Press.

A carousel alligator goes on a courageous journey to find a place with real alligators-and a wonderful, familiar sound-in this moving and modest story. The Definitive Guide to.

Lonely for laughter, a carousel animal goes on a courageous journey in Randy. Randy Cecil has illustrated many books for children, including LOOKING FOR A MOOSE by Phyllis Root, And HERE'S TO YOU! by David Elliott, He is also the author-illustrator of GATOR and DUCK. Randy Cecil lives in Houston. Books by Randy Cecil. Mor. rivia About Gator.

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6 Total Resources 16 Books. Author Interviews 2. Interview with Randy Cecil about Lucy. Created by Publishers Weekly. Created by All the Wonders. Books by Randy Cecil 16. Sort by. Number of Resources Number of Awards Book Title Year Published Word Count Reading Level: ATOS® Reading Level: Lexile®.

By Randy Cecil Illustrated by Randy Cecil. The creator of Gator presents an enchanting follow-up about a carousel animal who longs to fly - and a love that is bigger than the skies. By Randy Cecil Illustrated by Randy Cecil. Category: Children’s Picture Books. Feb 12, 2008 ISBN 9780763630720 3-7 years. Duck is a carousel animal who longs to fly. She spends her days watching real, flying ducks, and her nights dreaming of soaring among them.

Arnie Gator and Cecil Magpie is an American hand-drawn animated comedy short series produced by Power Bulldog Cartoons. The series follows two best frenemies, a gator named Arnie and a magpie named Cecil in several misadventures. Arnie Gator (voiced by TBD) - a gator who. Cecil Magpie (voiced by TBD) - a magpie who. (voiced by TBD) - a hamster who. (voiced by TBD) - a hunter dog who. (voiced by TBD) - a badger who.

Lonely for laughter, a carousel animal goes on a courageous journey in Randy Cecil’s delightful new picture book.Gator loves everything about being a carousel animal — the flashing lights, the calliope music, and most of all, the laughter. But day by day, week by week, fewer and fewer people come to the amusement park, until one day, no one comes at all. And so begins an extraordinary odyssey,as Gator leaves behind the only life he’s ever known and sets off through some deep, dark woods to a place with REAL alligators — and a wonderful, familiar sound. Illustrator Randy Cecil puts on his author’s hat for this moving story of a modest carousel alligator who finds what he’s looking for and becomes a hero along the way.

Tiv
This is a wonderful, sweet book. It should be more popular. There is a hole in my heart because it seems to be out of print.
Chinon
My six-year-old and I love reading this story along with Randy Cecil's follow-up, Duck. Both involve animals on one particular carousel. The illustrations are muted but contain a subtle humor and charm. The stories are sweet and whimsical. I loved Gator but I have an especially soft spot for Duck.
great ant
Fun
Munimand
A house favorite.
BroWelm
We love the companion book, Duck, so we decided to get Gator. It is just as great and has a nice story line. My daughter enjoys it, and the illustrations are great.
Watikalate
I bought this book three years ago for my son who was two at the time. I bought it while away in New Orleans for a few days, so it was already kind of a special one. But we read it quite a few times. It’s a great story for kids and adults. Over the years it would sit on the shelf for long periods, and then we’d get it back out and enjoy it some more. Just the other day we introduced my younger son who is now two to it, and it has started another revival. As someone else said, I think it might be even more enjoyable for adults, but the kids love it too.
Zyniam
We read probably 50 picture books per week in our household and this is a true standout, though I should confess that my husband and I love it more than my 3.5 yo son (who certainly likes it but is too young to appreciate its emotional depth).... which is to say that this is one of those books that appeals to both adults and children but for different reasons. Kids see it as a funny story about an a carosel gator, adults see it as a gentle and sweet book about change, loss, and new beginnings. This is more or less a modern take on the Velveteen Rabbit. It makes both my husband and I tear up.
I was at Border's this afternoon and happened to see this book displayed on a table (I was drawn to it because of the cover - the illustrations are GREAT). I sat down and read it while my daughter was running around in the the kids section. This is such a sweet, cool story! I love the idea of the carousel animal hopping down to check out the world when kids stop coming around, I love the hole in his heart idea, and the duck with the wings up at the end was the final clincher. I would recommend this book to any parent, or if you are looking for a great book to give as a gift - this is the one!