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by Axel Scheffler
Download Super Scooter fb2
  • Author:
    Axel Scheffler
  • ISBN:
    0857630059
  • ISBN13:
    978-0857630056
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Nosy Crow (April 1, 2011)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1309 kb
  • ePUB format
    1102 kb
  • DJVU format
    1595 kb
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    776
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Axel says: The idea for these books came about when my daughter was at a similar age as Pip and Posy

Axel says: The idea for these books came about when my daughter was at a similar age as Pip and Posy. They are meant to reflect the emotional drama of the everyday life of toddlers - the ups and the downs, and an up (of course!) at the end. All the stories follow a similar pattern with an' OH DEAR' and a 'HURRAY' moment. I had some help from my daughter doing the drawings that are supposed to be by Pip and Posy - she also once pointed out that I had forgotten to give Posy a tail on one of the drawings in "A Snowy Day".

Axel Scheffler (Illustrator) Axel is best known for his partnership with Julia Donaldson, on books including Room on the Broom and The Gruffalo. For Nosy Crow, Axel has illustrated a number of other highly successful titles, including the Pip and Posy series, The Grunts and the bestselling Flip Flap series.

Full of interest, bright colours and expressive faces, this is an ideal book to read to young children - As well as enjoying the story, children will like noticing all the extra details. And with its padded cover and sturdy binding it is a book that wil last as well as a story that will endure. The Scotsman "Full of lovely detail, this is a delightful story about being brave and taking turns.

The Super Scooter book. Posy decides all she’s ever wanted at that moment is to ride Pip’s very fun scooter, but what she doesn’t do is ask Pip if she can or if he will help her learn to use it.

In Axel Scheffler’s sweet story, a rabbit named Pip is zipping through the park on his scooter when he meets his mouse friend, Posy, who wants to try Pip’s scooter

In Axel Scheffler’s sweet story, a rabbit named Pip is zipping through the park on his scooter when he meets his mouse friend, Posy, who wants to try Pip’s scooter. The distress we see on Pip’s face will resonate with any child who has ever been in his position: Your friend may really like your toy, but you really, really don’t want her to take it! The final scenes of reconciliation bring these stressful events to a gentle, age-appropriate conclusion. The Wall Street Journal. The delightful Pip and Posy picture books deal with the dramas of toddler life

Explore our range of cheap books by Axel Scheffler. In Pip and Posy and the Super Scooter, Posy snatches Pip's scooter and tries to ride it, but she falls off and hurts her knee.

Explore our range of cheap books by Axel Scheffler. Born in Hamburg, Germany in 1957, Axel Scheffler moved to England in 1982 and the author, illustrator and animator is now best known for his work with Julia Donaldson on a series of bestselling picture books. The duo first worked together with 1993’s A Squash and A Squeeze and followed this up with many more children’s favourites including the 1999 classic, The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom.

Axel Scheffler (born 1957) is a German illustrator and animator based in London. He is best known for his cartoon-like pictures for children's books, particularly The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo's Child, written by Julia Donaldson

Axel Scheffler (born 1957) is a German illustrator and animator based in London. He is best known for his cartoon-like pictures for children's books, particularly The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo's Child, written by Julia Donaldson. He has also the Pip and Posy series of books for children. Scheffler was born in Hamburg, Germany, in 1957

Axel Scheffler is a star illustrator whose instantly recognisable, warm and witty illustrations have achieved worldwide .

Axel Scheffler is a star illustrator whose instantly recognisable, warm and witty illustrations have achieved worldwide acclaim and numerous awards. He is best known for his partnership with Julia Donaldson, including A Squash and the Squeeze and The Gruffalo.

Pip and Posy are typical toddlers: they are best friends and they have fun ...but sometimes, just like any other toddler, they get cross and sad, so sometimes it takes friendship, sharing and understanding - and a cuddle - to make things better. In Pip and Posy and the Super Scooter, Posy snatches Pip's scooter and tries to ride it, but she falls off and hurts her knee. Though Pip was very cross, he comes running to help her. Posy says sorry, and Pip forgives her before they all build a sandcastle in the sandpit where it's nice and soft.

Fesho
Checked this book out at library. 2 yr old identified with the story--a little girl falls off her scooter and gets a boo boo on her knee. So, we ordered a copy. She looks at this book almost daily. It's a book i don't mind reading repetitively.

I narrate the book a little different than the words because the book states Posy takes the scooter from Pip and then later, apologizes to Pip for taking his bike. This is the mainstream attitude towards toddlers and sharing; that there's a victim and a bully. Unfortunately, this is an adult projection. With toddlers, it's all just learning. So, I use my own narration. "Pip had the bike...now Posy has it...Pip seems upset about that." Learn more about toddlers and not labeling them or forcing sharing by googling "Janet lansbury sharing."
Bulace
Lovely series for 2 - 3 years old. Not too lengthy and fun plot
Yanki
Great condition.
Faehn
I bought the book when I purchased a scooter for my 3 yr old. My baby likes it so much
Risky Strong Dromedary
My grandson loves it!!
Tetaian
My two year old loves the book, can relate to it and has even learned to say kind words as result of the book!

We have read it over and over and over....
Frostdefender
Grandson was excited with the book, having to read it almost immediately.
He is familiar with the characters. Comparable to other books received.
My son loves these books. Easy reads. Cute