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Author: John Kanzler,Frank Asch
ISBN: 068984655X
Language: English
Pages: 96 pages
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing (June 1, 2003)
Rating: 4.5
Formats: lrf doc txt mobi
FB2 size: 1971 kb | EPUB size: 1300 kb | DJVU size: 1187 kb
Sub: Kids

Frank Asch was born on August 6, 1946, in Somerville, NJ. In 1969 he graduated from Cooper Union in. .In 1996, their first book, Sawgrass Poems, was named to the John Burroughs List of Nature Books for Young Readers. Like a Windy Day was released in fall 2002

Frank Asch was born on August 6, 1946, in Somerville, NJ. In 1969 he graduated from Cooper Union in New York City with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts. Since then he has taught in both the United States and abroad. He has also organized art, writing, puppetry, and creative dramatics workshops for children all over the country. Like a Windy Day was released in fall 2002.

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Frank Asch, a graduate of Cooper Union, has written and illustrated more than eighty children’s books, among them the bestselling classics featuring Moonbear and Baby Bear, Russian National Book Award recipient Here Comes the Cat, and Oppenheimer Toy Portfolio Golden Award winner Like a Windy Day. Mr. Asch lives in Hawaii. About The Illustrator. John Kanzler, his wife, Diane, and their five cats live on a small farm in Greenfield, Massachusetts, which is also home to many, many mice. Publisher: Aladdin (June 24, 2014).

Illustrated by John Kanzler

Illustrated by John Kanzler. Frank Asch, a graduate of Cooper Union, has written more than eighty children’s books, among them the bestselling classics featuring Moonbear and Baby Bear; Russian National Book Award recipient Here Comes the Cat; and Oppenheimer Toy Portfolio Golden Award winner Like a Windy Day.

Battle in a Bottle book. Asch published his first picture book, George's Store, in 1968. It's late at night and Big Gray, the monster cat, is on the prowl. The following year he graduated from Cooper Union with a BFA. Since then he has taught at a public school in India, as well as at a Montessori school in the United States, conducted numerous creative workshops for children. He has written over 60 bo Frank Asch is an American children's writer, best known for his Moonbear picture books.

by Frank Asch & illustrated by John Kanzler

by Frank Asch & illustrated by John Kanzler. Set in the friendly and familiar confines of a classroom, Asch’s tale turns confusing when he introduces more characters than the average new reader can keep up with: Gino, the ghost hamster with X-ray vision; Gerald, the hermit crab; Peaches, the current pet mouse; Prince and Princess, the lovebirds; and Big Gray, the cat who terrorizes all of them

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Frank Asch is the author of many picture books aimed at young readers. Battle in a Bottle, illustrated by John Kanzler, Simon & Schuster (New York, NY), 2003. Also author of play Solarfest.

Frank Asch, Battle in a Bottle, Simon & Schuster (New York, NY), 2003. In addition to picture books, Kanzler also illustrates books for beginning readers. Among these are Whose Feet? by Nina Hess, in which Kanzler portrays all sorts of animal feet, from those of moles to those of orangutans. The Big Rock Candy Mountain, Mondo (New York, NY), 2004. Susan Ring, Safari Sounds, Innovative Kids, 2004. He has also illustrated Diane Namm's series of easy-reader adaptations of Hugh Lofting's classic children's novel Doctor Dolittle, as well as a lift-the-flap book titled Safari Sounds, in which he matches humorous riddles by Susan Ring with pictures chock full of noisy animals.

Frank Asch (Author), John Kanzler (Illustrator). I really enjoyed this book and how it was about friendship. Mainly, it focused around the survival of friendship and the love one has for their family. Book 3 of 3 in the Class Pets Series. I am sure that any child that enjoys reading about adventures and closeness to one’s family with some added animals as the characters for entertainment reasons, could get a lot out of this book. It’s well written as are the previous two and it’s a very nice story that I found really enjoyable.

As Molly the mouse builds her nest in Miss Clark's classroom, her sibling Jake, who has no interest in nest-building, is overtaken by curiosity and finds his life in danger at the paws of bully cat Big Gray until a boy named Robin rescues him, showing Jake the benefits of being a class pet.
Comments (2)
Gavirgas
{My Thoughts} – Molly and Jake had decided it was a good idea to make P.S. 42 their new home. They had enjoyed their first night. They liked all the other animals that lived in the school and decided it was time to make the wall that they’d chosen to live in more home like to them. That meant that it was time for them to build some nests so that they’d both have a soft, cozy and wonderful place to rest when they wanted to sleep.

In the previous book Jake had a run in with a cat named Big Grey. Big Grey comes back again to help liven the story within the book. Jake ends up going on another adventure thanks to Big Grey and ends up getting trapped inside a bottle. The question is, “Will Jake get free?” or “Will he become kitty chow?” The only way to find out is to read the book.

Jake finds out that Big Grey is out to get him, and now has to worry about the fallback for the choices he made that involved the car. Molly and the other animals work on the nests and by the end of the book…. Naw, I’m not going to tell you what happens, what fun would that be?

I really enjoyed this book, it is a great addition to the first. I like how it continued right where the last one had left off, but this one is more geared on friendship and acceptance then the last one was. I love how there is always something new that can be learned by reading a book!
Ginaun
i think this is a really great book everybody that reads it will get into the book really fast if u like animals and fights. you have to read it and maybe share it with your friends. i hope you read it its a really great book and is funny on some parts of it.