1 edition of The Giant Jumperee found in the catalog.
The Giant Jumperee
Written in English
A baby frog scares the other animals.
|Statement||written by Julia Donaldson ; illustrated by Helen Oxenbury|
|Contributions||Oxenbury, Helen, illustrator|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.D71499 Gg 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 volume (unpaged)|
|LC Control Number||2016016406|
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In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. It is a truly magical book with the stand out character being 'Mama Frog' who is braver than them all and willing to come face to face with the 'Giant Jumperee'. It has become a favourite in our house leading to some amazing imaginary play outside!
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Praise for The Giant Jumperee * "Oxenbury is in fine form here Donaldson’s spare text is perfect for read-alouds, and the title character’s dialogue is full of catchy rhymes.
Little ones will clamor for this one again and again. A lovely option for storytime or one-on-one sharing."/5(47). Book Author: Julia Donaldson. See More Books from this author. Teaching Ideas and Resources: English. Think of some thought bubbles to accompany the illustrations.
Create a new page for the story in which a different animal hears about the Giant Jumperee and goes to the burrow to investigate. The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom are the staple of every parents bookcase for younger children, and in my case for the book basket for work.
I love how easy it is to read these books, and how quickly the children pick up on the repetitiveness of it, so when I saw The Giant Jumperee on NetGalley I knew The Giant Jumperee book had to read it. The story itself follows a rabbit who is scared of this mysterious Giant /5.
The story is written as a rhyming/non-rhyming hybrid with only the Giant Jumperee’s dialogue The Giant Jumperee book in rhyme. The plot and repetitive text are for perfect for engaging a young audience as children try to predict what the Giant Jumperee will look like.
About The Giant Jumperee. Two of the world’s most celebrated picture book creators, Julia Donaldson and Helen Oxenbury, team up for the first time in this jaunty animal fable for fans of Room on the Broom and We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Rabbit arrives home one.
When one of the best children's authors in the business teams up with one of the best illustrators in the business you just know they're going to create a masterpiece and The Giant Jumperee certainly doesn't disappoint.
Oxenbury's drawings are as charming as always and the non-rhyming text actually makes for a refreshing change from Donaldson/5(62). "I'm the Giant Jumperee and I'm scary as can be!" shouts the stranger. Rabbit's friends Cat, Bear, and Elephant come to help, but they're no match for the mysterious, booming voice.
But who is the Giant Jumperee. Find out in this new read-aloud classic from internationally bestselling author Julia Donaldson, beautifully brought to life by award Brand: Penguin Young Readers Group. The Giant Jumperee is a beautiful picture book with a simple story supported by wonderful images of its cast of 6 animals.
The story shows animals of increasing sizes, each with characteristics its pre-school target audience will recognise, in fear of the unseen creature which is claiming to be a giant Jumperee. The Giant Jumperee book. Two of the world’s most celebrated picture book creators, Julia Donaldson and Helen Oxenbury, team up for the first time in this jaunty animal fable for fans of Room on the Broom and We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Rabbit arrives home one day to hear a loud voice coming from inside his burrow: “I’m the Giant Jumperee and I’m scary as can be!” shouts the stranger/5(2).
The Giant Jumperee Author Julia Donaldson History Julia Donaldson was born in She grew up in London and studied at Bristol University. She worked for a few years in publishing and as a teacher, while also writing and performing songs and street theatre with her husband Malcolm, and writing and directing two musicals for children/5(76).
Who's in Rabbits burrow. Find out now. Mama Frog uses a technique that many preschoolers will recognize: she counts to three to make the Giant Jumperee leave Rabbit’s burrow. The gleeful, unrepentant culprit is sure to make children giggle—then pause with Mama Frog’s response.
The text’s tone, plot, and repetitions are perfect for the youngest readers. The Giant Jumperee ~ Read Along With Me Story Time - Duration: Storytime Bunnies 7, views. This Book Will Not be Fun | Kids Books Read Aloud - Duration: "A more perfect book does not exist.
A favorite of mine for springthis book is ideal for ages years old. All the animals try their hand (paw) at getting the Giant Jumperee to come out of the burrow, with no results until Mama Frog comes along.
Children's Book Week Read-Aloud: The Giant Jumperee. DeForest Area Public Library. May 5 at AM Continuing our celebration of Children's Book Week, Christa, our assistant director, reads The Giant Jumperee by Julia Donaldson and Helen Oxenbury.
Related Videos. Read to a Dog--With a Twist. I’m the Giant Jumperee!”), elated and unapologetic at having snookered the grownups. It’s as slight as a story can be, but Donaldson knows that less really can be more, and her.
Two of the world's most celebrated picture book creators, Julia Donaldson and Helen Oxenbury, team up for the first time in this jaunty animal fable for fans of Room on the Broom and We're Going on a Bear HuntRabbit arrives home one day to hear a loud voice coming from inside his burrow:"I'm the Giant Jumperee and I'm scary as can be!" shouts the stranger.
Rabbit's friends Cat, Bear, and. The Giant Jumperee by Julia Donaldson is a fun story about a rabbit who returns home to his burrow only to find that the loud and scary Giant Jumperee is inside. Rabbit is afraid to enter, so he enlists his friends to try to get the Giant Jumperee to come out of the burrow, but each in turn is frightened away.
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