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Phooey! Hardcover – Bargain Price, June 26, 2007
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In this whimsical picture book, illustrator Marc Rosenthal combines his quirky sense of humor with heartwarming drawings sure to please young readers. Fans of H.A. Rey's "Curious George" illustrations and Jean de Brunoff's "Babar" renderings will especially appreciate Rosenthal's work. "Sound effects" such as "Yowlll," "Zoop," "Boing," and so on add a bit of comic-book flare for further distinction.
This is a fun pick for preschoolers and early elementary students.
Reviewed by Christina Wantz Fixemer
4.5-Books on WUAT = 5-Stars on Amazon
Our hero is one bored kid. There is absolutely nothing going on around him so with an outraged, "PHOOEY!" he kicks an empty can of cat food. A can that, in turn, hits a cat upside the head, causing it to flump to the ground and be chased by a dog. As dog and cat run into a nearby zoo the boy meets up with a friend and complains loudly about the lack of excitement going on. "Nothing ever happens around here! No Way! No How!" Of course, his back is to most of the crazy stuff that's going on.Read more ›
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Very funny book, gr8 illustrations~~!! Happy w/purchase. Arrived quickly. Bookseller was very fast in filling order.Published 16 months ago by Sandi Manion
This is an excellent book and we have been asked to read it over and over for our kids. It is interesting to see the different viewpoints in this text and it teaches a lesson on... Read morePublished on November 29, 2010 by BPC