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eBook The Day My Runny Nose Ran Away ePub

by Ethan Long,Jason Eaton

  • ISBN: 0525470131
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Ethan Long,Jason Eaton
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dutton Juvenile; First Ed 1st Printing edition (September 16, 2002)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1767 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1718 kb
  • Other: azw docx lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 722

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Jason Eaton (Author), Ethan Long (Illustrator). Eaton's first outing is a nervy, wordy parody of swashbuckling rescue tales

Jason Eaton (Author), Ethan Long (Illustrator). Eaton's first outing is a nervy, wordy parody of swashbuckling rescue tales. Grade-schooler Jason wakes up without a nose one morning and a note from the nose, which is fed up with being wiped on Jason's sleeve: "You're a good kid, but I'd prefer we just be friends. Jason's face is round and doughy, and his hair looks like chocolate icing; the nose (which looks too mature for his face anyway) is not an alarming loss.

Jason Eaton, Ethan Long (Illustrations). This was a fun book to read to 2nd graders. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. It is a bit on the long side, so I planned to break it up by putting it down halfway through and doing the tootie-ta, but the kids did not want me to stop reading. They were very quiet throughout most of the book, which made me think they hated it as they usually laugh at everything. I guess they didn't hate it.

The Day My Runny Nose Ran Away by. Jason Eaton, Ethan Long (Illustrations). Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

One morning, Jason wakes up to find something missing-his nose One morning Jason wakes up to a dilemma - his runny nose feels unappreciated, and has run away entirely

One morning, Jason wakes up to find something missing-his nose. According to a note left on his pillow, the nose ran off in protest. One morning Jason wakes up to a dilemma - his runny nose feels unappreciated, and has run away entirely. Jason must follow his nose across the country all the way to Nose Island where he discovers a revolution is brewing. Can he stop it? Good reading skills will lend to appreciation of this zany adventure.

Her nose ran away The next day, some of the girls were talking about Isis’s party. Samantha said: I’m not sure what colour dress to wear, but I think I might go in pink.

And then all sorts of things started to happen at her school when the other children caught sight of it. It’s all very strange indeed. The next day, some of the girls were talking about Isis’s party.

Jason Carter Eaton is the author of the peculiar young adult novel The Facttracker and the utterly bizarre picture book The Day My Runny Nose Ran Away ritten for such diverse venues as McSweeney’s, Cartoon Network, MGM, and BBC Radio and has done extensive work.

Jason Carter Eaton lives in Westchester, New York, with his wife, two kids, dog, cat, and pet steam engine.

as Jason does in this hysterical children’s picture book, The Day My Runny Nose Ran Away (This book was published by Dutton Books in 2002, and was illustrated by Ethan Long.

But be careful – you could end up facing the same situation as Jason does in this hysterical children’s picture book, The Day My Runny Nose Ran Away. This book was published by Dutton Books in 2002, and was illustrated by Ethan Long. Related Blogs: Five Ways to Prepare for Cold and Flu Season.

Ethan Long (ww. thanlong. com) has illustrated several picture books, including The Day My Runny Nose Ran Away, by Jason Eaton. He lives in Orlando, Florida, with his wife and three children.

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One day a most peculiar thing happened to Jason: Montague, his nose, left him a note on his pillow informing him that the mistreatment had to stop (blowing on scratchy paper . by Jason Eaton & illustrated by Ethan Long.

One day a most peculiar thing happened to Jason: Montague, his nose, left him a note on his pillow informing him that the mistreatment had to stop (blowing on scratchy paper towels, squishing against windows) and he took off. Jason can't smell, his glasses keep slipping, and a sneeze is just plain nasty. His mom is unsympathetic (wiped his nose on his sleeve too many times) and his class stares and calls him No-Nose.

When he wakes up one morning to discover that his nose is missing from his face and that it left in protest, Jason sets off to Nose Island to locate it and bring it back where it belongs, despite his nose's high-ranking position as king of the nose revolution.

Comments

Marilore Marilore
Finally...a book that you don't mind reading over and over again to your child! Smart and funny, and very original. My then 5 year old daughter loved it...and I have to think that it helped her begin to appreciate good humor...not just "stupid funny". The illustrations are big, bright, colorful, and goofy, too. This book is a keeper!
Faulkree Faulkree
Starts off well ends pretty dumb
Zonama Zonama
Great read. Our whole family loves this book. My wife and I can read this every night and it never feels repetitive.
Ce Ce
My four year old has asked me to read her this book five times already, and we've had it for less than two days. The last time she did this was with Where the Wild Things Are. This is a truly fun book with wonderful art. The amazing thing is that I'VE enjoyed reading it each and every time.
An interesting, exciting book that I recommend to anyone with kids who like to laugh!