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eBook Duck, Duck, Goose!: (A Coyote's on the Loose!) ePub

by Jose Aruego,Ariane Dewey,Karen Beaumont

  • ISBN: 0060508027
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Jose Aruego,Ariane Dewey,Karen Beaumont
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins; First Edition edition (February 3, 2004)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1221 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1745 kb
  • Other: mbr azw lrf lrf
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 310

Description

Only 4 left in stock (more on the way).

Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). Veteran illustrators Aruego and Dewey, whose stock-in-trade is chipper, cartoonlike artwork for preschoolers, capture the story's humor with their startled-looking, amorphously shaped barnyard animals.

Duck, Duck, Goose! book. Karen Beaumont's cumulative verse and Jose Aruego and Ariane Dewey's brilliant illustrations will have readers laughing all the way to the surprise ending.

A coyote's on the loose! Goose, goose, pig. well, they aren't quite sure what it is, but it be a coyote.

A Coyote's on the Loose!) Author: Beaumont, Karen Aruego, Jose (Ilt) Dewey, Ariane (Ilt). NOTE: This title is a Bargain Book Copy, purchased direct from the publisher or distributor as excess inventory or a store return. The book is in new condition and will, in most cases, have a small dot or line on the edge of the book. It may also have a price sticker on it from the original store it was returned from. In a rare case the actual cover for a book might not match the one in the display picture. For more information please refer to the information page Our Product.

Duck, duck, goose convince themselves that there is a coyote on the loose when they discern a pair of eyes peering from beneath a moving pile of twigs, leaves, and muck. Duck and goose hare off to warn the other members of the farmyard community. And he's really, really big!, Pig, pig, pup. He is going to eat us up!" One and all are alerted, a great cast of creatures, all dolled up in party colors and with looks of alarm washing across their pusses, courtesy of Aruego and Dewey's sharp, comical artwork. Duck, duck, goose! (A Coyote’s on the Loose!) by Karen Beaumont & illustrated by Jose Aruego & Ariane Dewey.

A coyote's on the loose!Goose, goose, pig. Duck, Duck, Goose! by Karen Beaumont. illustrated by Jose Aruego, Ariane Dewey

A coyote's on the loose!Goose, goose, pig. illustrated by Jose Aruego, Ariane Dewey.

A good blend of musicality, movement and suspense-all pegged for the preschooler’s ear-in this cumulative rhyme-along from Beaumont.

com/?x ine-prezzo-più-basso Join this wacky group of farm animals as they run from what they imagine is a coyote lurking beneath a pile of leaves and debris. A good blend of musicality, movement and suspense-all pegged for the preschooler’s ear-in this cumulative rhyme-along from Beaumont. The plot of this read-aloud will hold up under repeat performances.

Duck, duck, goose . . .A coyote's on the loose!Goose, goose, pig . . .And he's really, really big!

Follow a gang of wacky farm animals as they run from a...well, they aren't quite sure what it is, but it be a coyote. Karen Beaumont's cumulative verse and Jose Aruego and Ariane Dewey's brilliant illustrations will have readers laughing all the way to the surprise ending.

Comments

Androwyn Androwyn
She loves this book and has several of Karen Beaumont's other books...so well,written with language and word choice that's appealing and easy to remember so the book can be shared even in the car going somewhere.
Sironynyr Sironynyr
A very simple children's book with good illustrations. I am using it for an activity in my music classroom. Good for Pre-K or Kindergarten level.
Zahisan Zahisan
Picked it up randomly at my local library, baby cried when it was due so I bought our own copy. He loves the animals, illustrations and rhyme. There is little content for adults and not much moral value, it is not a classic book, but it is fun for younger children!
Gosar Gosar
A fun story with lots of repetition to get early readers involved quickly and easily. Great illustrations too!
Zeli Zeli
My son quickly fell in love with this book. At first he assumed the coyote was actually the big bad wolf, but after a couple of readings he had the story memorized and anticipated each transition. I highly recommend this as it has become a bedtime staple in our home.
Karon Karon
My daughter never seems to tire of this one and I'm trying to pinpoint exactly why.

I think the main reason my daughter enjoys this book is because the rhymes are not only catchy, but they also really help move the little plot along. It goes from from "Duck, duck, goose, a coyote's on the loose!" to "Goose, goose, pig, and he's really, really big!" to "Pig, pig, pup, he's going to eat us up!" etc, etc. Each page these new animals are added to the group who are running away from the "coyote." In the end turns out that the "coyote" is only a friendly bunny covered in leaves who is running after them because he wants to play.

There is just the right amount suspense and silliness, created by the chase and crazy stuff the animals do to try to escape, for a toddler/young preschooler to enjoy. And because the rhymes lead from one to the next, my daughter memorized the entire text very quickly (not just the ending words that rhyme).

I have to give this author lots of credit for writing a nicely-paced story for very young children. And the illustrator did a nice job of giving the appropriate clues on each page to help a child follow the rhymes and learn the story.

This was a hurried, random pull off the library shelf but I was very pleased with the result!
Venemarr Venemarr
Oh NO! There is a wild animal loose on the farm! The animals think it might be a coyote but they can't tell because it's covered in leaves! What ever it is they all try and run away from it. In the end the animal catches up with the gang and she's really only a playful rabbit looking for a friend!

The books illustrations were neat. I read this to my 1 ½ year old sister and they kept her attention well.

I would recommend this book to be read aloud to preschoolers and younger. They will enjoy the surprise ending!
My two kids (ages 2 and 1) absolutley love this book. They love it so much that it literally got me through a 2 hour flight with no tears or fussing. We just kept reading it over and over and over. It's the first book my son wants to read in the morning.