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Author: Johnny Gruelle
ISBN: 1417907096
Language: English
Pages: 96 pages
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Publisher: Kessinger Pub Co (December 30, 2004)
Rating: 4.8
Formats: mobi docx lrf rtf
FB2 size: 1814 kb | EPUB size: 1849 kb | DJVU size: 1939 kb
Sub: Kids

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In addition to the Raggedy Ann books, Gruelle continued to write and illustrate other works for children that included . Raggedy Ann's Wishing Pebble (1925). Johnny Gruelle, Creator of Raggedy Ann and Andy.

In addition to the Raggedy Ann books, Gruelle continued to write and illustrate other works for children that included Friendly Stories (1919), another volume of his fairy stories. During the 1920s and 1930s he wrote and illustrated The Magical Land of Noom (1922), published by P. F. Volland Company, and the Orphant Annie Story Book (1921) and Johnny Mouse and the Wishing Stick (1922) for Indianapolis-based publisher Bobbs-Merrill Company. Raggedy Ann's Alphabet Book (1925). Beloved Belindy (1926).

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Raggedy Ann’s Wishing Pebble’ is written and illustrated by Johnny Gruelle

Raggedy Ann’s Wishing Pebble’ is written and illustrated by Johnny Gruelle. Gruelle (1880 – 1930), was an American artist and political cartoonist, as well as a children’s book illustrator and author. The books of ‘The Raggedy Ann Series’ all feature their central protagonist, with red yarn for hair and a triangle nose – charting her considerable adventures. Gruelle created Raggedy Ann for his daughter, Marcella, when she brought him an old hand-made rag doll

Gruelle created Raggedy Ann for his daughter, Marcella, when she brought him an old hand-made rag doll. He drew a face on it, and from his bookshelf, pulled a book of poems by James Whitcomb Riley, combining the names of two poems, 'The Raggedy Man' and 'Little Orphant Annie.

Gruelle created Raggedy Ann for his daughter, Marcella, when she brought him an old hand-made rag doll. From this moment on, the much-loved children's series went from strength to strength.

Raggedy Ann's Wishing Pebble book. Johnny Gruelle was an American artist, political cartoonist, children's book author and illustrator (and even songwriter)

Raggedy Ann's Wishing Pebble book. Johnny Gruelle was an American artist, political cartoonist, children's book author and illustrator (and even songwriter). He is known as the creator of Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy. He had such confidence in his design that often he would create the final ink work without first sketching in pencil. Other books in the series. Raggedy Ann and Andy (1 - 10 of 136 books). Books by Johnny Gruelle

Raggedy Ann's wishing pebble. Raggedy Ann's wishing pebble. by. Gruelle, Johnny, 1880-1938.

Raggedy Ann's wishing pebble. Indianapolis : Bobbs-Merrill Co.

One day Raggedy Ann and Andy are playing by the Looking Glass Brook when Raggedy Andy discovers a round white pebble.

Raggedy Andy discovers a magic wishing pebble The dolls wish for a magic soda-water fountain for their friends, but when a trickster steals the pebble, the fountain disappears. It's up to Raggedy Ann and Andy to get the magic pebble back - and to teach the trickster a valuable lesson about kindness.

1925. A story of Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy, the two little rag dolls who are very quiet little creatures; stuffed with nice white cotton, with bright shoe button eyes and cheery, happy smiles painted upon their rag faces.
Comments (6)
Cyregaehus
Nice
Lucam
My sister and I read this book many times in our childhood and we adore this story. Our book became lost over the years and we longed to have this story again. I bought this book for my sister and another for myself. Thank you Amazon for offering this book from this wonderful seller.
Faezahn
We didn't get to read this one this year - time constraints - but looking forward to putting it at the top of the list for next year. My students enjoy having a "theme" that our stories revolve around for the week - even though we're not supposed to "teach themes" anymore...(don't get me started). I would actually say these would be good for K-2 as read-alouds. There looks to be a lot of text for my 3-5 year old SpEd kids...their attention span isn't as long. I'm all for introducing kids to the classics - and Raggedy Ann & Raggedy Andy stories fit the bill really well! Great additions to any teacher's personal library - great for parents & grandparents too!
Alsanadar
I surprized my daughter with this book two weeks ago and now we read it almost everyday. She brings up the character's names throughout the day and has grown very attached to her Raggedy Ann doll. I love the illustrations as much, if not more, than she does. I've already purchased two more "My First Raggedy Ann" books for her upcoming birthday. The story of a wishing pebble and especially the character Minky fasinate her.
Mallador
The illustrations, animal friends and Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy make this an appealing story. I don't know how much my 3 yr old grandson really understands the moral of the story. He enjoys having it read to him.
Mmsa
Nice book for young children. The illustrations are clear and colorful as well as the simple story is a good one.