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eBook The Adventures of Isabel (A Poetry Speaks Experience) ePub

by Bridget Taylor,Ogden Nash

  • ISBN: 1402210272
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Bridget Taylor,Ogden Nash
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Jabberwocky (April 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1468 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1673 kb
  • Other: rtf azw lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 925

Description

Ogden Nash (Author), Bridget Taylor (Illustrator). Accompanied by an audio CD of Nash reading the verse, this book will slide neatly onto poetry shelves and into collections of contemporary fractured fairy tales. Preschool-Grade 2. -Hazel Rochman.

Ogden Nash (Author), Bridget Taylor (Illustrator).

Isabel met an enormous bear, Isabel, Isabel, didn't care; The bear was hungry, the bear was ravenous, The bear's big mouth was cruel and cavernous.

Ogden Nash (August 19, 1902 – May 19, 1971, New York, United States). Isabel met an enormous bear, Isabel, Isabel, didn't care; The bear was hungry, the bear was ravenous, The bear's big mouth was cruel and cavernous. The bear said, Isabel, glad to meet you, How do, Isabel, now I'll eat you! Isabel, Isabel, didn't worry. Isabel didn't scream or scurry. She washed her hands and she straightened her hair up, Then Isabel quietly ate the bear up. Once in a night as black as pitch Isabel met a wicked old witch. the witch's face was cross and wrinkled, The witch's gums with teeth were sprinkled.

Adventures of Isabel book

Adventures of Isabel book. Meet Isabel, a remarkable girl (based on Ogden Nash's own daughter) who encounters four fearsome foes and doesn't worry, scream or scurry. Beautiful watercolor paintings bring The Adventures of Isabel vividly to life, while the audio CD of Ogden Nash reading his Meet Isabel, a remarkable girl (based on Ogden Nash's own daughter) who encounters four fearsome foes and doesn't worry, scream or scurry.

The Adventures of Isabel (A Poetry Speaks Experience) Bridget Starr Taylor and her husband have two sons, a daughter, and very recently twin grandchildren.

The Adventures of Isabel (A Poetry Speaks Experience) ) . As a bonus on audio CD, Ogden Nash reads The Adventures of Isabel Ogden Nash was born in New York in 1902 and wrote The Adventures of Isabel in the 1930s. He published hundreds of poems, many of them for his two daughters, Linell and Isabel. They occasionally appeared as characters in his poems, as Isabel does in The Adventures of Isabel. Bridget Starr Taylor and her husband have two sons, a daughter, and very recently twin grandchildren. She and her family live in New York and spend summers and weekends at her farm in Connecticut.

A biography, Ogden Nash: the Life and Work of America's Laureate of Light .

A biography, Ogden Nash: the Life and Work of America's Laureate of Light Verse, was written by Douglas M. Parker, published in 2005 and in paperback in 2007. The book was written with the cooperation of the Nash family, and quotes extensively from Nash's personal correspondence as well as his poetry. His daughter Isabel was married to noted photographer Fred Eberstadt, and his granddaughter, Fernanda Eberstadt, is an acclaimed author. Nash had one other daughter, Linell Nash Smith.

Informationen zum Titel The Adventures of Isabel von Ogden Nash aus der Reihe A Poetry Speaks Experience . Nash died in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1971. Bridget Starr Taylor and her husband have two sons, a daughter, and very recently twin grandchildren

Informationen zum Titel The Adventures of Isabel von Ogden Nash aus der Reihe A Poetry Speaks Experience Series Nash died in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1971. Bridget rides a bike wherever she goes and plays tennis, most often in polka-dotted shorts! (20080701).

Ogden Nash's poetry has enjoyed a resurgence as poetry for children in the nineties. Sumptuously illustrated by various illustrators, these are a joy to read to your kids. His trademark wit and wordplay lend themselves well to be read aloud. A whole new generation can enjoy the 'Nashisms'. Nash was very fond of his two daughters ( The Adventures of Isabel was written for his eldest) and as he was freelancing mostly when they were born, he was able to spend a lot of time with them in their formative years. He felt this kept him happy and cheerful

Comprehensive information about Ogden Nash including biographical information, facts, literary works .

Comprehensive information about Ogden Nash including biographical information, facts, literary works, and more. Frederic Ogden Nash (August 19, 1902 – May 19, 1971) was an American poet best known for writing pithy and funny light verse. At the time of his death in 1971, the New York Times said his "droll verse with its unconventional rhymes made him the country's best-known producer of humorous poetry". This educational Ogden Nash resource has information about the author's life, works, quotations, articles and essays, and more.

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Adventures of isabel Nash, Ogden Неизвестно 9781402210273 : Meet Isabel, a remarkable girl (based on Ogden Nash& own daughter) who encounters four fearsome foes and doesn& worry, scream or .

Meet Isabel, a remarkable girl (based on Ogden Nash's own daughter) who encounters four fearsome foes and doesn't worry, scream or scurry. Courage, spunk and a lot of humor help make Isabel's adventures something you'll share over and over again. Beautiful watercolor paintings bring The Adventures of Isabel vividly to life, while the audio CD of Ogden Nash reading his classic poem will let everyone follow the amazing exploits of Isabel! As a bonus on audio CD, Ogden Nash reads The Adventures of IsabelOgden Nash was born in New York in 1902 and wrote The Adventures of Isabel in the 1930s. He published hundreds of poems, many of them for his two daughters, Linell and Isabel. They occasionally appeared as characters in his poems, as Isabel does in The Adventures of Isabel. Nash died in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1971.Bridget Starr Taylor and her husband have two sons, a daughter, and very recently twin grandchildren. She and her family live in New York and spend summers and weekends at her farm in Connecticut. Bridget rides a bike wherever she goes and plays tennis, most often in polka-dotted shorts!

Comments

Kitaxe Kitaxe
Though I don't like the violence (fairy tale style,) this is a rare sort of book that uses rhyme in a clever and child-centered way AND has an empowered female main character. There are few books on my quality children's literature list that favorably meet either one of those qualities, let alone too. My next criterion is artwork. The illustrations in "The Adventures of Isabel" are bright, colorful, playful and engaging.

When I first introduce this book, my preschoolers think they are going to be frightened. I encourage them to see it through, and they always come back for more, delighted by the unexpected outcomes. It is short and sweet, so it is appropriate for young children. Although the scenarios are thoroughly make-believe, this is a great story to use to present the potentiality of for shifting our relationship with fear when meeting new or dangerous circumstances in the world. The final illustration shows a possibility that takes the narrative even further - representing the formation of a new, healthy relationship with medicine.
Iraraeal Iraraeal
I first read this poem when I was in the 3rd grade. I remember that I would always go to the station that had the book just so I can listen to the audio. I fell in love with the name "Isabel" since, and knew that one day I would name my child after this book, and sure enough, I had my first child, and I named her Isabel, so now that she's around the age of when I first read the book, I decided to purchase the book for her! She loved it! Even my boys love to read it! It's a great book!
Tygokasa Tygokasa
My twin daughters and I used to read this book when they were in elementary school. They loved it. Love the use of big words and the potential for expanding vocabulary. I now read this with my grandchildren, and they love the words as well.
Granirad Granirad
Love the story, hate the illustrations. I wish I'd found a copy with the original illustrator. I bought this for classroom use and will not use this. Could be just me.
Olma Olma
Bought for a teacher friend of mine. She was very pleased that I had found her a copy of this poetry and that it was in such good condition. thank you!
Kirinaya Kirinaya
I loved this book when I was a little girl. My Grandaddy would read this edition to me, which was my mother's when she was little. I searched forever because I couldn't remember the name and then had to search for this edition. I'm so glad I found it. I have a six year old boy and he was a little concerned at first since the main character is a girl, but now he loves it! He picked it every night for a week straight!
Legend 33 Legend 33
Just not quite what I was expecting. I liked the other book so much more.
Item is on wonderful shape and included the CD. So happy with my purchase.