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eBook Bill and Pete ePub

by Tomie dePaola

  • ISBN: 0399206469
  • Category: Humor
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Tomie dePaola
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Putnam Juvenile (September 1, 1978)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1139 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1512 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 171

Description

But Pete gets caught by the Rich Lady and it's up to Bill to save the day. Kids and parents everywhere will love Tomie dePaola's hilarious new episode featuring the Egyptian pair's first visit to the United States.

But Pete gets caught by the Rich Lady and it's up to Bill to save the day.

Thomas Anthony "Tomie" dePaola /ˈtɒmi dəˈpaʊlə/ (born September 15, 1934) is an American writer and illustrator who has created more than 260 children's books such as Strega Nona. He received the Children's Literature Legacy Award for his lifetime contribution to American children's literature in 2011.

Tomie dePaola (ww. omie. com) is the acclaimed author and/or illustrator of more than 250 books for children. His books range from autobiographical stories to retellings of folktales and legends to original tales, such as the Strega Nona books. Tomie has received the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award, a Caldecott Honor for Strega Nona, and a Newbery Honor for his autobiographical chapter book, 26 Fairmount Avenue. The American Library Association said: His works reflect an innate understanding of childhood, a distinctive visual style, and a remarkable ability to adapt his voice to perfectly suit the.

This is the third book starring Bill and Pete by Tomie dePaola. I remember this one specifically from my childhood, especially the ending. Tomie dePaola and his work have been recognized with the Caldecott Honor Award, the Newbery Honor Award and the New Hampshire Governor's Arts Award of Living Treasure. Tomie dePaola (pronounced Tommy da-POW-la) is best known for his books for children.

Tomie dePaola has created two memorable friends in this wonderfully funny picture book. Bill, the crocodile, and Pete, his "toothbrush" bird friend, were inspired by the Egyptian plover, which does indeed act as a crocodile toothbrush

Tomie dePaola has created two memorable friends in this wonderfully funny picture book. Bill, the crocodile, and Pete, his "toothbrush" bird friend, were inspired by the Egyptian plover, which does indeed act as a crocodile toothbrush.

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But Pete gets caught by the Rich Lady and it’s up to Bill to save the day. Kids and parents everywhere will love Tomie . Kids and parents everywhere will love Tomie dePaola’s hilarious story featuring the Egyptian pair’s first visit to the United States. Also by Tomie dePaola. Kids and parents everywhere will love Tomie dePaola’s hilarious new episode featuring the Egyptian pair’s first visit to the United States. About Bill and Pete to the Rescue. Little Jane Allison Crocodile has been kidnapped by the Bad Guy’s Big Bad Brother from Louisiana! Stowing away on a ship bound for New Orleans, Bill and his bird buddy, Pete, head to the rescue. See all books by Tomie dePaola.

Bill and Pete to the Rescue by dePaola, Tomie -ExLibrary. Free US Delivery ISBN: 0613861892. 5 Tomie dePaola Books-Bill & Pete, 4 Stories for 4 Seasons, 3 Strega Nona.

Meet William Everett Crocodile, who spells his name Bill. Meet Pete, Bill's best bird friend and trusty toothbrush

Meet William Everett Crocodile, who spells his name Bill. Tomie dePaola has created two memorable friends in this wonderfully funny picture book.

The adventures of William Everett, a crocodile, and Pete, his bird friend, reveal how William came to be called Bill and include an amusing encounter with the Bad Guy from Cairo

Comments

Zeus Wooden Zeus Wooden
Tommie dePaola is one of our favorite author-illustrators of children's books, and the original "Bill and Pete" book is our favorite of his books (even more than "Strega Nona"!). His comical illustration of crocodile Bill climbing the wall of the Bad Guy's house never fails to get a giggle from my kids. Plus, my husband has created the most wonderfully silly voices for the unlikely heroes -- and for the villainous Bad Guy - such that even their recitations of the alphabet become BIG GIGGLY FUN.

So we were excited to find out that there were not one, but two more books in the series! This being one of them!

Alas, like the "Strega Nona" sequels, "Bill and Pete Go Down the Nile" suffers from sequelitis: a little contrived, with good characterizations in search of an equally good story, falling short with a predictable plot involving a field trip on Egyptian history complete with sphinx jokes and t.p. mummies and all the rest of it. Nothing as fun as the wry crocodile skin suitcase jokes of the original.

But who cares! We didn't -- well, not too much. This book was an excuse for hearing those silly voices again, and that was enough for us.
Agrainel Agrainel
This book is a recommended story in the Ancient Egypt Chapter 2 section of Story of the World. I bought it never having read it because it's Tomie dePaola.
It's a cute little story about a crocodile named Bill and his toothebrush Pete. They go on a class trip down the Nile to see the sights of Egypt, inuding the stinks (Sphinx, lol).
It is a little disjointed in the introduction of the "bad guy", but over all the story is cute without being overly long. It's a simple, short read meant for elementary school.
Alianyau Alianyau
This book is beyond fantastic. I found it by accident and have wondered ever since why it isn't hugely famous and on every kid's bookshelf. Or parent's bookshelf. Or anyone's. I keep buying copies for people when they have babies so they can read it to their children. And finally I realized I wanted one for myself (I'm past 50, to put it mildly). So I bought one just for me. The illustrations are hilarious. The story is sweet and funny. Bill and Pete are great friends. And Tomie de Paola is a wonderful illustrator.
Marelyne Marelyne
This is an excellent book to read to a child who is just beginning to write. It’s a fun read with Tommie’s wonderful illustrations. We found our son soon reading along with us. It has become a bedtime standard I out home with the kids looking forward to participate. If your family has as much fun as we did, look for the next book in the series, Bill and Pete Go Down the Nile.
Zyangup Zyangup
This wonderfully illustrated book continues the adventures of a young Nile crocodile and his toothbrush, Pete (a bird). This is the second of a Bill and Pete series but is a standalone adventure that brings in mummies and a museum caper. I love passing this book along to young children, partly because I am an archaeologist who has worked in Egypt.
Beanisend Beanisend
Bill and Pete are a crocodile child and his toothbrush. When William Everette keeps leaving letters out of his name as he learns to spell it Pete comes to the rescue. Later they team up to foil the Bad Man's plans to make Bill into a suitcase.

Tell me why I got rid of the books my children loved. Now I'm having to repurchase them so I can read them to my granddaughter. Not very good planning on my part.
Ieregr Ieregr
This is one of the cutest kids books I've read with my kids lately. It helps teach about ancient Egypt in a not so boring as a textbook way. Books like this get my son excited about what he is learning in history.
A great book for children learning about how the world works from Pete being a toothbrush for William and helping William at school.