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by John Nickle,Judi Barrett
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  • Author:
    John Nickle,Judi Barrett
  • ISBN:
    0545144558
  • ISBN13:
    978-0545144551
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  • Publisher:
    Scholastic (2008)
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    1257 kb
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    4.2
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The combination of Judi Barrett’s humorous DO NOTs and John Nickle’s fantastic illustrations, this book just .

The combination of Judi Barrett’s humorous DO NOTs and John Nickle’s fantastic illustrations, this book just cracked me up! It is not only a perfect read aloud to suck students in, it is definitely a book that can be used in the classroom. First, each instance has something not to do (Never take a shark to the dentist) with cartoony illustrations, but doesn’t elaborate after that. What would happen? Why wouldn’t you ? A great cause and effect discussion.

Bestselling author JUDI BARRETT and imaginative illustrator JOHN NICKLE give us a raucous look at the perils of taking giraffes to the movies. And "Never take a goat with you to the library" is sure to get a laugh at storytimes

Bestselling author JUDI BARRETT and imaginative illustrator JOHN NICKLE give us a raucous look at the perils of taking giraffes to the movies. And "Never take a goat with you to the library" is sure to get a laugh at storytimes.

by Judi Barrett & illustrated by John Nickle

by Judi Barrett & illustrated by John Nickle. Nearly 40 years since Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothing (1970), Barrett is still dispensing similarly ageless wisdom-cautioning readers, here, against inviting ants to a picnic, shopping for shoes with a centipede, holding hands with a lobster and similar efforts to socialize with wild animals. Nickle’s sophisticated, precisely detailed illustrations exploit the droll possibilities of each apothegm.

Never Take a Shark to the Dentist (and Other Things Not To Do) (illustrated by John Nickle), 2008. Judi and Ron Barrett collaborated on the now-classic children’s book 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs,' but the long-divorced couple are no longer a team. The Marshmallow Incident (illustrated by Ron Barrett), 2009. The Complete Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (illustrated by Ron Barrett), 2009. Santa from Cincinnati (illustrated by Kevin Hawks), 2012. Planet of the Pies: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 3 (illustrated by Isidre Monés), 2013. "Judi Barrett (Official Publisher Page)". Simon & Schuster.

Barrett, Judi; Nickle, John, il. New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Simon & Schuster.

Barrett, Judi; Nickle, John, ill. Publication date. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

Illustrated by John Nickle. and other such silly stuff. Judi Barrett is the author of many beloved books for children, including the bestselling Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Pickles to Pittsburgh, Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothing, Lots More Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothing, Santa from Cincinnati, and An Excessive Alphabet.

This well-loved book by Judi and Ron Barrett shows the very youngest why animals' clothing is perf

This well-loved book by Judi and Ron Barrett shows the very youngest why animals' clothing is perf. Things That Are Most in the World. by Judi Barrett · John Nickle. In this charming sequel to the classic Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Kate and Henry eagerly await Grandpa's return from a vacation that his postcard says has been one of the best and most unusual ever. Thinking about that postcard Kate drifts off to.

Bestselling author JUDI BARRETT and imaginative illustrator JOHN NICKLE give us a raucous look at the perils of taking giraffes to the movies, goats to the library, and pigs out to lunch. FictionDB is committed to providing the best possible fiction reference information.

Nickle, John, Format: Book. Cloudy with a chance of meatballs, written by Judi Barrett ; and drawn by Ron Barrett. Why do you cry? : not a sob story, Kate Klise ; illustrated by M. Sarah Klise.

audio CD of the book by the same name. Contains two readings of the book: one with turn-the-page cues and one without the cues. Read by Karen Guilliam

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This read-aloud book has wacky, detailed illustrations that are certain to bring on the giggles. Kids will eat it up.

Each two-page spread has, on the left, straightforward advice on what not to do. On the right is a full-color illustration showing why the advice is good. For example, "Never go to the bank with a raccoon" is accompanied by an illustration of a crowded bank with everybody but the raccoon holding up their hands. All the bank patrons are looking on with horror at the little innocent raccoon, who of course looks like a robber with his black face mask.

Other spreads warn against sitting next to a porcupine on the subway, shoe shopping with a centipede, knitting a hat for a moose, inviting an ant to a picnic, taking a giraffe to the movies and more. The illustration of the giraffe in the movie theater is a foldout that shows the giraffe's long neck extending up and through the roof.

Much of the charm is in the details. In the giraffe illustration, the giraffe isn't only blocking everyone behind him with his neck, he is also slurping on a very, very long straw that is made up of normal-length straws slid together. In the centipede illustration, the bug is holding a tiny Visa card with her front foot.

Another reason the book will make you smile is that everyone in it is an animal, but doing human activities. Rabbits fill the movie theater, eating popcorn and drinking soda, watching two rabbits kiss on the big screen. Everyday scenes on a subway, in a cafeteria or in a mall are populated with animals acting and dressing like normal people.

It's all very silly, and sure to be a favorite at bedtime.
Marirne
The book is cute. I bought it for my grandchild’s birthday. It arrived in good time but it was not a new book as promised. First of all there was a piece of tape (hiding) a name someone had written on the inside front cover. Then a page had a huge rip in it. Pretty disappointing. Sending it back. I’ll have to replace it with something else.
AfinaS
what a fun book. have read it about 2 dozen times to my granddaughter. she loved it so much I bought one for her own.
Weernis
My 1 year old son pulls out this book every single night to read before bed. The illustrations are colorful, vivid, and entertaining for children and adults alike. The words are funny too and short enough to where your very young child won't get impatient and uninterested before you turn the page. It also allows for you to make silly comments/noises at certain parts. I still haven't gotten tired of reading this one nightly. You will LOVE IT, I promise!
Faulkree
So now if you ask my almost four year old twin grandsons if they should take a shark to the dentist, they shriek with laughter and say no. They loved this book and now want to read it all the time.
Daizil
Very funny book for kids that I have read multiple times and they keep pulling it out of the many books they have to read yet another time.very good visual pictures also.thanks.
Wen
So funny. Great story to use with students to teach meaning behind phrases. Good starting point for students to think of their own phrases and the meanings behind them.
As a grandmother and former teacher, I am always looking for new and clever children's books! This one is simply wonderful! So engaging and so clever! The illustrations enhance the wonderful and creative theme! BRAVO! Certainly a book I have earmarked for future gifts. My grandchildren adore it!