The Ice-Cream Cone Coot and Other Rare Birds

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The Ice-Cream Cone Coot and Other Rare Birds

The Ice-Cream Cone Coot and Other Rare Birds By Arnold Lobel The Ice Cream Cone Coot and Other Rare Birds Excerpt from book All the birds inside this book are very starnge and rate And if you travel to the zoo you will not find them there Don t look for them in nature books in parks or pet ship cages The

  • Title: The Ice-Cream Cone Coot and Other Rare Birds
  • Author: Arnold Lobel
  • ISBN: 9780819304438
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Ice-Cream Cone Coot and Other Rare Birds By Arnold Lobel Excerpt from book All the birds inside this book are very starnge and rate And if you travel to the zoo you will not find them there Don t look for them in nature books, in parks or pet ship cages The Drippet, Piffle and the rest live only on these pages.
    The Ice-Cream Cone Coot and Other Rare Birds By Arnold Lobel

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    1. Tina on said:

      Comfort food my favorite book from childhood, now long out of print Twisted in its own way, especially when the Jack Knife Niffies lop off children s noses I still have my old copy and guard it with my life.

    2. Karin on said:

      One of my FAVORITE books from childhood, I remember staring at the drawings for hours I have enjoyed reading this again as an adult and sharing it with my friend s children I had several books by Arnold Lobel as a kid My parents used to let me pick out my own books, from the sales every quarter and I always chose his books Something about the drawings really tickled my fancy.The bird with scissors who cuts off the little girl s nose really frightened me, though.

    3. Lisa on said:

      I prepared a lesson using this book with students in the first grade They had to describe and draw a bird of their own using items from the classroom One student made a very interesting one with a stapler

    4. Elle4 on said:

      My favorite book of all time I misplaced mine now that my daughter is old enough to enjoy it Question why is this Arnold Lobel book out of print With all the junk that is in print these days, how can such a beloved writer have an out of print book Is there any way to get these books republished

    5. Annette on said:

      This was one of my favorite books when I was a child Gets the imagination going and full of very interesting illustrations and creative verses Excellent book that I now share with my children.

    6. Jerri on said:

      I turned through the pages of this book probably daily for a portion of my childhood I read Frog and Toad books to my kids but lost track of this gem Just discovered that Arnold Lobel wrote this one Huge fan

    7. Rachel on said:

      Timeless Great rhymes and beautifully illustrated Stands the test of time.

    8. Josiah on said:

      I consider Arnold Lobel first a fine storyteller and only second a great artist, but the artwork in The Ice Cream Cone Coot and Other Rare Birds proves his illustrating talent doesn t lag behind other Caldecott Medal winners Take a look at his rendering of the Soupladle Larks, or the beautiful blue rain pelting the flock of Wetweather Wrens over the city, or the Key Cranes in flight through the evening sky The crowded picture at book s end of all twenty eight rare birds is a delightfully colorfu [...]

    9. Kimberly on said:

      While doing some research recently to try to find a copy of The Wuggie Norple Story, I stumbled across a wonderful blog called Vintage Kids Books my Kid Loves Many of the books sound wonderful, but are hard to find Only one of the list of ten or so books I jotted down is even in our county library system And because some of them are out of print, even used copies I ve found online can be very expensive So if you stumble across inexpensive copies of any of these in a thrift store or library used [...]

    10. Kristensilvermoore on said:

      Such a classic It was one of my favorite books as a child, and my daughter loves it as much as I did It s also one of the few books that I can read to her everyday, without feeling like I m going to lose my mind The only downside to the book is that it definitely references outdated gender roles indicating that women are the ones who do the sewing and sweeping It s not so egregious that I can t read it to my daughter, though I have mentioned to her that daddies can sweep and sew too

    11. Fred on said:

      I have very strong memories attached to this book, but they are curiously less that entirely warm The drawings of imaginary birds made up of household objects have a slightly creepy feeling that I remember finding a little uncomfortable Yet I know I had the book for years and read it over and over again Take from that what you will I evidently did.

    12. Thorny on said:

      I read this to Elijah last night I ve owned this book since I was little and am still disturbed by the odd creatures within I ll be curious to hear what he dreamed about last night after experiencing this book for the first time at bedtime.

    13. Laura on said:

      Oh, the memories My grandma had this book, and I made my aunts and uncles read it to me over and over.

    14. Aurora on said:

      Loved this book as a kid If I recall correctly, the copy we had was read so many times that the cover literally fell off Been looking for a copy of this for years.

    15. Vali on said:

      Freakishly imaginative, I read this book over and over when I was a kid.

    16. Peyton McFarlain on said:

      As a young child this was one of my favorite books I always got a good laugh out of it.

    17. Cheryl Richardson on said:

      This was my VERY favorite Book EVER as a child I still have it

    18. Timothy on said:

      I loved this book as a child and thought that the illustrations were wonderful and incredibly imaginative.

    19. Ksmom on said:

      Great Book Find it, read it to your kids Fantasy birds modeled after real life objects Another one I remember from childhood and my son loves.

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