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Buford the Little Bighorn ePub download

by Bill Peet

  • Author: Bill Peet
  • ISBN: 0395340675
  • ISBN13: 978-0395340677
  • ePub: 1792 kb | FB2: 1564 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Animals
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin (1967)
  • Pages: 48
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 493
  • Format: mbr docx lit lrf
Buford the Little Bighorn ePub download

Buford the Little Bighorn book. Bill Peet’s story about how Buford has to struggle with his enormous horns is heartwarming and dramatic at the same time as children will feel sympathetic for Buford’s ordeal

Buford the Little Bighorn book. Buford's giant horns cause him all sorts of problems and. Bill Peet’s story about how Buford has to struggle with his enormous horns is heartwarming and dramatic at the same time as children will feel sympathetic for Buford’s ordeal. However, the story teaches children that even though some children have a disability, they must always accept who they are and sometimes, a child’s disability could be their advantage in life.

Buford's giant horns cause him all sorts of problems and even force him to leave his mountainside home, but eventually they make him a hero on the . Bill Peet Books are the Best! By Thriftbooks. com User, September 14, 1999. I remeber my dad reading these stories to me.

Buford's giant horns cause him all sorts of problems and even force him to leave his mountainside home, but eventually they make him a hero on the ski slopes.

Buford was ""a scrawny little runt of a mountain sheep"" whose horns grew .

Buford was ""a scrawny little runt of a mountain sheep"" whose horns grew longer and longer until they curved around back past his front legs. Buford was ""a scrawny little runt of a mountain sheep"" whose horns grew longer and longer until they curved around back past his front legs. Buford could be the new Rudolph (and Bill Peet couldn't be better).

Buford the Little Bighorn. 2 people like this topic. There's no doubt," grumbled the little ram, "but that these horns will be my downfall. One of these days they'll cause me to stumble and off the mountain I'll g. And sure enough the horns did cause him to stumble and he toppled off a ledge to go tumbling down the mountainside with overgrown horns. They grew all the way around his back and they curled all the way down past his hind legs and all the way up past his front legs under his chin

Buford's giant horns cause him all sorts of problems and even force him to leave his mountainside home, but eventually they make him a hero on the ski slopes.
Darkshaper
Excellent throwback to my childhood! Like "Mog The Forgetful Cat" by Judith Kerr (I'm Japanese-American, born in 1973 in Seattle, to show you where, when, and how I grew up), I recalled reading a book about a ram named Buford. Specifically, a scene where other rams were helping him up a ledge. Well, thanks to the internet, I can now type in some key words, and more often than not, I get a hit! For a very affordable price, I bought this book, fascinated to re-visit it. It was very refreshing to see how Buford defeated the hunters, after all, "nobody roots for Goliath." And, I was reminded at the end, how Buford was EMBRACED by the skiiers who met him; they even had the ski resort build a special "lift" for Buford. But, you know what really added to it? I have become more fascinated with Canada, and recently traveled through Banff, Alberta. Well, this book referenced BANFF, as a place where people came from, to visit Buford! Just a wonderful return to my happy childhood days!
Hǻrley Quinn
Bill Peet is one of my favorite kids book authors. I read these as a kid, got them for my kids, nieces and nephews and have put away a set for for my grandchildren someday. The stories and characters are always well designed and draw kids in. The illustrations are bright and colorful while still being somewhat simplistic giving them a lovable cartoon appearance. The stories have great moral and life lessons told in a fun way. These stories have stood the test of time and have been loved by many in my family
Gavikelv
This is one of my all-time favorite books from my childhood. The story is charming and original, the writing is delightful, and the illustrations are so cute. I would absolutely recommend this to any child; I actually bought this one as a gift for a friend's baby shower.
Bluddefender
This book was a favorite of my brother-in-law's so I bought it on his recommendation. My kids loved it!

I thought it would be too long for my younger ones, but they enjoyed the pictures, and the action keeps everyone involved.

I even took this book to read to my son's first grade class. The students paid attention the whole time I was reading. At the end they wanted to ask questions and talk about sweet Buford.

It has a great message of helping others, putting others first, and looking on the bright side of things. What Buford thought of as an affliction turned out to be of great benefit (and fun!).
Era
If you haven't discovered Bill Peet yet, you're really missing out. Someone recommended this book to me. The rhyming has a nice flow. Great vocabulary experience. Fun art by Mr. Peet who worked for Disney. My most wiggly, sometimes moody 2nd grade grandson read all the way thru, never lost interest and we both laughed. What more can you ask for?
Nuadora
Buford was a classic when I was a kid. Lovely to see that he holds up! I read his story to my kids, and they loved him as much as I did. Happy to hae this story in our family library!
Briciraz
The book is a bit long for the younger kids, but the story is a good one. Imagine the small Big Horn as he works through being small, teased, and has giant horns. But when Buford takes to the ski slopes differences become positive and we all grow. A good story.
I’ve loved Bill Peet books ever since I was a little kid. None of the local libraries here have his books, nor do the local book stores. I was pretty excited to find a bunch of his books on amazon.
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