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Fleas! #2020

Fleas From the whimsical world of Steig When Quantz stops to pet a big red dog what does he get for his efforts FLEAS And those fleas are itchy So he trades them for a talking uncle but that uncle just ta

  • Title: Fleas!
  • Author: Jeanne Steig Britt Spencer
  • ISBN: 9780399247569
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fleas! By Jeanne Steig Britt Spencer, From the whimsical world of Steig When Quantz stops to pet a big red dog, what does he get for his efforts FLEAS And those fleas are itchy So he trades them for a talking uncle, but that uncle just talks too much, so Quantz is happy to give him up for a huge wheel of limburger cheese But that cheese is too heavy, so he trades it for a beat up banjo then an auburFrom the whimsical world of Steig When Quantz stops to pet a big red dog, what does he get for his efforts FLEAS And those fleas are itchy So he trades them for a talking uncle, but that uncle just talks too much, so Quantz is happy to give him up for a huge wheel of limburger cheese But that cheese is too heavy, so he trades it for a beat up banjo then an auburn wig a tiny pet rabbit a dried up bone and finally a big red dog who becomes a fast friend This wonderfully Steigish tall tale concludes with a flea circus you ll never forget With whimsical, retro illustrations and a hilarious text, Fleasis a book children will be itching to hear again and again

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      Published :2019-07-05T14:26:36+00:00

    1 thought on “Fleas!

    1. This book is unique and unlike anything I have ever read I still cannot decide if this is a good thing The book was visually appealing and I felt that the illustrator did a fine job portraying the different characters in a way that reflected their personalities the same way as I saw them The illustrations were colorful and humorous, but the end pages were plain white I feel that children would enjoy this book because of its goofy nature, but I do not think that they could relate much to the char [...]

    2. Great art work Great story Nothing is worse than fleas, except maybe mosquitos and the author turned a bad situation into a riotous adventure.

    3. Steig, Jeanne Fleas Illustrated by Britt Spencer PICTURE BOOK Philomel Penguin , 2008 Quantz good deed giving a dog a scratch leaves him with a reward of fleas When Quantz trades his fleas for an annoying uncle, his problem continues to get worse and worse, in an Old Lady Swallowed a Fly manner, until it reaches a very pleasant conclusion Vivid pictures an a quirky story with a very satisfying ending will delight children of many ages EL ESSENTIAL.

    4. This book uses the familiar technique of having a character trade one item for another, seeing both the positive and negative in each trade until all comes together at the end The trades are what make the book interesting a wig, a talkative uncle, a bone, etc The illustrations are vibrant and fun, adding immensely to the enjoyment of the story.

    5. A fun little story about trading one trouble for another It s fun to see how the characters are willing to trade their problems for someone else s problems.The illustrations are great, so much fun to look at

    6. This story was just okay It starts with a man who gets fleas from a dog and trades them for a talkative uncle He continues to trade everything he gets The story ends with all the characters coming together enjoying the items they received in trade.

    7. Quantz gets fleas from a dog Luckily he is able to trade them off quickly His bartering keeps him busy all day until his rejoins everyone for a big surprise This book would have been sweeter with less text, but it is still enjoyable.

    8. Loved the storyline and resolution of this picture book It had very detailed illustrations and kept every page engaging Great for 2nd and 3rd grade.

    9. Perfect, Perfect, Perfect Said Quantz Quirky book that goes full circle I liked how it rhymed when ever the characters spoke but not during the narration Fun illustrations.

    10. Long, long, long Between the stunning illustrations and the sweet story, it was worth it Excellent use of vocabulary I d recommend for 5 6 yesr olds.

    11. Fun book about bartering I really enjoyed it and I can see that elementary aged kids would find it very entertaining.

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