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Author: Janet Perlman
ISBN: 0590211757
Publisher: Scholastic (1996)
Rating: 4.5
Formats: mobi lit txt lrf
FB2 size: 1599 kb | EPUB size: 1200 kb | DJVU size: 1928 kb

In this book, you learn about an Emperor Penguin who is obsessed with fashion and wearing a new outfit . Perlman retells the classic tale with humor and penguins.

In this book, you learn about an Emperor Penguin who is obsessed with fashion and wearing a new outfit every hour. The Emperor is info about the magical cloth and pays the weavers to make him clothes the magical cloth. Later in the story, the Emperor wears the magical cloth and a very young penguin points that he isn't wearing any clothes.

Books related to The Emperor Penguin's New Clothes. Janet Perlman's illustrations are wonderful, charming and quirky. Her sense of humour and ease of delivery refresh the story. by Lauren Davidson on December 27, 2016. The Emperor Penguin's New Clothes. The Emperor is info about the magical cloth and pays the weavers to make him clothes the magical cloth

In this book, you learn about an Emperor Penguin who is obsessed with fashion and wearing a new outfit every hour. Later in the story, the Emperor wears the magical cloth and a very young penguin points that he isn't wearing any clothes

This much-loved Hans Christian Andersen classic is repopulated with a cast of penguins, and the Emperor is the best dressed of them all. When two scoundrels convince him that they can make him a suit of magic cloth, it’s not just the Emperor’s vanity that is showing when he wears it in the grand parade for all to see! Recommended reading ages 4 - 8. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

I read a book called The Emperor Penguins New clothes by janet perlman. The story is about penguin Emperor getting new clothes and he has to get them by the time the parade starts. The Emperor finally found 2 cloth pretend makers which actually were not cloth makers

I read a book called The Emperor Penguins New clothes by janet perlman. The Emperor finally found 2 cloth pretend makers which actually were not cloth makers. They started making imaginary cloth. The next day he grew tired of waiting for the new clothes so he immediately went to the room where the.

Are you sure you want to remove The Emperor Penguin's new clothes from your list? . Penguins populate this retelling of the familiar tale about two scoundrels who fool a vain emperor and most of his subjects into thinking that they are creating a magical cloth

Are you sure you want to remove The Emperor Penguin's new clothes from your list? The Emperor Penguin's new clothes. Penguins populate this retelling of the familiar tale about two scoundrels who fool a vain emperor and most of his subjects into thinking that they are creating a magical cloth. A penguinized retelling of the much-loved Hans Christian Andersen classic tale about two scoundrels who fool a vain emperor and most of his subjects into thinking that they are creating a magical cloth.

She has previously reinterpreted two other fairy tales with penguins, "Cinderella Penguin, Or, the Little Glass Flipper" and "The Emperor Penguin's New Clothes

She has previously reinterpreted two other fairy tales with penguins, "Cinderella Penguin, Or, the Little Glass Flipper" and "The Emperor Penguin's New Clothes. In her most recent book, she gives the classic "Princess on the Pea" a new penguin spin. While Perlman overall stays true to Hans Christian Andersen's tale, she adds some modern twists including an extra night in which the princess sleeps horribly on what mattress covering a cabbage

Janet Laurie Perlman (born September 19, 1954) is a Canadian animator and children's book author and illustrator whose work includes the short film The Tender Tale of Cinderella Penguin.

Janet Laurie Perlman (born September 19, 1954) is a Canadian animator and children's book author and illustrator whose work includes the short film The Tender Tale of Cinderella Penguin, which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 54th Academy Awards and received a Parents' Choice Award. Her 13 short films have received 60 awards to date. She was married to the late animation producer Derek Lamb.

Janet Perlman (b. 1954) is an animator who has worked extensively for the National Film Board of Canada, including the Oscar-nominated short The Tender Tale of Cinderella Penguin (1981). She animated twelve inserts for Sesame Street, including one in which an elephant (voiced by Marshall Efron) asks a man for directions, but can't remember the details. First: Episode 1631).

Comments (3)
Androrim
I read a book called The Emperor Penguins New

clothes by janet perlman.The story is about penguin

Emperor getting new clothes and he has to get them by

the time the parade starts.The Emperor finally found

2 cloth pretend makers which actually were not cloth

makers.So one day he ordered them to make cloth out of some golden string and paid them gold to spin the

string,but the Emperor didn't know they were thieves

so of course they just kept the string.They started

making imaginary cloth.The next day he grew tired of waiting for the new clothes so he immediately went to the room where the thieves were working. He told them to work faster but he was in luck.They were making cloth. He looked at the cloth but there was nothing to be seen. He didn't want to be dishonest and simple minded and he thought it would be terrible to b, so he made them dress him in it. Finally they were done.The parade started and the brave penguin walked out.Everyone was very astonished but then someone started clapping Dan then they all joined in. Suddenly one little boy said something very embarrassing. He said "Hey!" that guy has no clothes on at all. Everyone was silent for a moment. Then they started whispering and saying that he really didn't have any clothes on but the Emperor knew he had to go on. So he did and with that the thieves were never seen in town again.

I liked this book because I like tricksters and the thieves in the story tricked the emperor.

The theme and the message in the story is to never listen to people you don't know, because they could be planning something. The word choice in the story is very good because it makes me feel like I am really in the story. The conflict was nice and I liked it because it was person vs person. The illustrations were very good because they had lots of details. My favorite picture with lots of details. My favorite picture with lots of details was the one with the parade.

The characters in the story were always suprised. The other version of the story i didn't like because it was old fashion and the pictures were ugly. I think somebody who likes this book should read it like kids because they are more interested.
Phenade
This is a very cute re-telling of the classic fairy tale The Emperor's New Clothes. Two scoundrels come into town saying they can make cloth that can't be seen by the dishonest and simpleminded when they really can't do anything of the sort. They trick the emperor into buying a suit of clothes of this imaginary cloth. Emperor wears the suit in a parade and gets heartily embarrassed when it is pointed out that he has nothing on.
What makes this story unique is the use of penguins and the wonderful illustrations that are also bold and colorful. I never get tiered of seeing all the neat clothes that the penguins wear, from capes with fringe to billowing skirts, to sailor boy costumes, to clown suits. Also seeing penguins with hair and moustaches is really very cute. This author also wrote another book using the penguin idea. It is called 'Cinderella Penguin or, the Little Glass Flipper'.
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Landaron
This retelling of the famous fairy tale, "The Emperor's New Clothes" has a joke. I guess the author picked a penguin for this story for two reasons: 1)because of the species of penguin called an emperor penguin and 2)because there is a famous joke that penguins never need new clothes because of the, "tuxedo" they supposedly wear. So in response to the quote that the emperor "had no clothes" I guess he actually did have on the "tuxedo" that penguins are said to wear.