Good Enough To Eat ePub download
by Brock Cole
- ISBN: 0374327378
- ISBN13: 978-0374327378
- ePub: 1498 kb | FB2: 1553 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
- Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR); 1st edition (September 18, 2007)
- Pages: 32
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 706
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Good Enough To Eat is an admirable heroine, who uses her wits to save herself from a mess of a situation. Brock Cole is one of the best children's book authors out there. When I discovered this title I was excited because I'd never seen it before
Good Enough To Eat is an admirable heroine, who uses her wits to save herself from a mess of a situation. When I discovered this title I was excited because I'd never seen it before. Alas, it is not on par with Alpha and the Dirty Baby, The Giant's Toe or The King at the Door.
Good Enough To Eat book. GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT One of the many modern-day original fairytales written and illustrated by Brock Cole--I LOVE THEM ALL! I can't get over the originality, the voice and for sure, the gorgeous images he creates. I've become a genuine fan of this talented man's picture books :D.
Cole writes in a beguiling mix of rhythmic prose and snatches of verse, paired to equally beguiling watercolor scenes of rumpled-looking figures in a medieval setting
Cole writes in a beguiling mix of rhythmic prose and snatches of verse, paired to equally beguiling watercolor scenes of rumpled-looking figures in a medieval setting. Viewers who linger over the pictures will be rewarded with plenty of comical side details, but also come to appreciate the artist's genius for conveying character through subtleties of posture and expression. Fine fare for reading alone or aloud. Like Larky Mavis (2001) but sans the metaphysics, this folklorish original tale gives a poor, scorned orphan a chance to show her inner stuff, and to make a fresh start.
Good enough to eat. by. Cole, Brock. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).
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Good Enough to Eat. A penniless, homeless girl sells paper birds and stale buns in the village. In the process, she also gains dignity and a proper identity in Brock Cole’s humorous picture book that delivers a delicious dose of comeuppance in the girl’s triumph over those who dismiss her, or never really see her at all. (Ages 5–8). of Wisconsin - Madison, 2008. 1 Total Resources 1 Awards View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity.
Good enough to become a classic fairy tale. Parents need to know that this clever fairy tale includes a maiden-eating ogre and the maiden who cuts her way out of the ogre's belly, slashing his black heart. This bit of violence is told in prose and doesn't look gory on the page. If kids are fine with the darker moments of Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales, they'll be OK with this one.
BROCK COLE is the author of several highly acclaimed novels as well as the author and illustrator of many picture books, including Good Enough to Eat, Buttons, and Larky Mavis. He lives in Buffalo, New York.
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