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eBook Guess Who's Just Moved in Next Door ePub

by Colin McNaughton

  • ISBN: 1564026019
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Colin McNaughton
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Candlewick; 1st U.S. pbk. ed edition (March 7, 1996)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1928 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1676 kb
  • Other: rtf mbr lrf mobi
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 940

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McNaughton's watercolor cartoons abound with puns, sight gags, and touches of whimsy.

McNaughton's watercolor cartoons abound with puns, sight gags, and touches of whimsy. With few exceptions, everything mentioned in the text-and more-appears in these delightful illustrations. The newcomers, of course, turn out to be normal humans-parents, kids, and pets-who seem incredibly strange to the longtime residents.

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A one-idea story with a predictable conclusion but lots of intriguing details: As the reader progresses along a street of oddly shaped row houses inhabited by figures from folklore, storyland, and popular culture, sprightly verse enumerates the prese.

A one-idea story with a predictable conclusion but lots of intriguing details: As the reader progresses along a street of oddly shaped row houses inhabited by figures from folklore, storyland, and popular culture, sprightly verse enumerates the present neighbors and reiterates a refrain: & they seen who's just moved in/Next door to us?'' A concluding foldout reveals the new neighbors, a stereotypical nuclear family startled to find themselves surrounded by pirates, three pigs, King Kong, monsters, etc. Good pore-over fun. (Picture book.

Author: Colin McNaughton; Illustrator: Colin McNaughton; Publisher: Dial Books. next door - 1 adverb 1 in the house, room etc next to yours or someone else s: the boy next door the people who ve just moved in next door Her office is just next door

Author: Colin McNaughton; Illustrator: Colin McNaughton; Publisher: Dial Books. Little Goal!: A Preston Pig Toddler Book; Author: Colin McNaughton; Publisher: Red Wagon Books. next door - 1 adverb 1 in the house, room etc next to yours or someone else s: the boy next door the people who ve just moved in next door Her office is just next door. 2 next door to a) next to another building, room etc: He runs that small restauran. Longman dictionary of contemporary English. Who Wants to Be a Superhero?

An assortment of monstrous neighbors becomes increasingly apprenhensive about the strange new family that's just moved into the neighborhood.

Select Format: Hardcover. An assortment of monstrous neighbors becomes increasingly apprenhensive about the strange new family that's just moved into the neighborhood. ISBN13:9781564026019. Release Date:March 1996.

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April 30, 2011 History. Guess who's just moved in next door? Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Guess who's just moved in next door? from your list? Guess who's just moved in next door? by Colin McNaughton. Published 1991 by Random House in New York. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

His Walker titles include, Giant, Who's That Banging on the Ceiling? We're We're Off to Look for the Aliens, The Aliens Are Coming and Not Last Night But the Night Before and Have You Ever Ever Ever? Colin lives in London, E1. Country of Publication.

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The book is called ‘Guess Who’s Just Moved in Next Door?’ It’s by Colin McNaughton and it features tons of great . as well as a chart of several hidden objects. I think definitely monster themed – a party at Dracula’s castle

The book is called ‘Guess Who’s Just Moved in Next Door?’ It’s by Colin McNaughton and it features tons of great monster drawings ) as well as a chart of several hidden objects. I think definitely monster themed – a party at Dracula’s castle. Every page was a different room in the castle – one Mummy themed, one Frankenstein themed, etc.

We're a lovely bunch of people on our street - King Kong lives at number fifty, the churchyard is full of ghosts and ghoulies, and there's a houseful of pirates at number ninety-four.

An assortment of monstrous neighbors becomes increasingly apprenhensive about the strange new family that's just moved into the neighborhood.