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by Arnold Lobel,Nathaniel Benchley

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ISBN:
0060204710
Author:
Arnold Lobel,Nathaniel Benchley
Category:
Animals
Language:
English
Publisher:
HarperCollins Children's Books; First Edition edition (1966)
Pages:
64 pages
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1386 kb
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Arnold Stark Lobel (May 22, 1933 – December 4, 1987) was an American author of children's books, including the Frog and Toad series and Mouse Soup.

Arnold Stark Lobel (May 22, 1933 – December 4, 1987) was an American author of children's books, including the Frog and Toad series and Mouse Soup. He both wrote and illustrated those picture books, as well as Fables, for which he won the 1981 Caldecott Medal recognizing the year's best-illustrated . Lobel also illustrated the works of other writers, including Sam the Minuteman by Nathaniel Benchley, published in 1969.

Nathaniel Benchley (Author), Arnold Lobel (Illustrator). Nathaniel Benchley lived by the motto: "A craftsman is one who does what he is given to do better than others feel is necessary. He died in Boston, MA, in 1981.

Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Nathaniel Benchley: Red Fox and His Canoe (1964). Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Peggy Parish

Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Nathaniel Benchley: Red Fox and His Canoe (1964). The Strange Disappearance of Arthur Cluck (1967). Sam the Minuteman (1969). Written by Peggy Parish. Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Peggy Parish: Let's Be Indians (1962). Let's Be Early Settlers with Daniel Boone (1967). Dinosaur Time (1974). Written by Lilian Moore. Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Lilian Moore: The Magic Spectacles and Other Easy-to-Read Stories (1965).

By: Nathaniel Benchley. Arnold Lobel (1933-1987) was the award-winning author and illustrator of many beloved children's books, including the classic I Can Read books about Frog and Toad, and the Caldecott Medal winning Fables. Illustrated By: Arnold Lobel, Nathaniel Benchley. More in I Can Read! Series.

With the aid of a friendly beaver, a daring little otter saves himself.

OSCAR OTTER by Nathaniel Benchley Illustrations by Arnold Lobel An I CAN READ book Harper and Row, 1966 HB, 64pp Edgewear on covers . by Nathaniel Benchley. Illustrations by Arnold Lobel. Harper and Row, 1966.

Oscar Otter, By Nathaniel Benchley, Illustrated by Arnold Lobel, a Paperback title from HarperCollins, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers

Oscar Otter, By Nathaniel Benchley, Illustrated by Arnold Lobel, a Paperback title from HarperCollins, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. A parable about a headstrong little otter who saves himself from a hungry fox with the help of a friendly beaver, learning in the process the value of his father's advice. No one can bother him there. But Oscar doesn't know he is in danger. His enemy, the fox, is watching.

by Nathaniel Benchley. illustrated by Arnold Lobel. Library of Congress Children’s Books. 0scar Otter builds his very own slide, far up in the mountains.

Nathaniel Benchley worked as a freelance writer –and painter- for the next 36 years. Much of his material was drawn from his life in New York and Nantucket, MA, where the family had a summer home.

With the aid of a friendly beaver, a daring little otter saves himself from being eaten by a hungry fox and learns the wisdom of listening to his father's advice.

"Best of the Best" Books 1966-1978 (SLJ)Children's Books of 1966 (Library of Congress)

  • lolike
The art work stood out to me as a child so i had to purchase for my daughter. She loves it!
  • Usaxma
My son loves me to read this to him. It is one of the few books where he is enthralled and has a great smile - sortof like when he is watching other children play.
The story line is an child Otter that loves to slide down into the pond decides to venture into the mountains to make a really big, great slide and gets chased by a wolf - but keeps his wits about him. There are morals to the story, when the parent warns you of danger there is a reason; and be resourceful when faced with a challenge.
The State of California, Dept of Education, has this book on their reccomended "level 1" readers list. It deserves it.
  • Bluddefender
excellent book; a crowd pleaser!
  • FailCrew
A childhood favorite... Our son is now reading the book we read to him to his children.
  • Seevinev
wonderful classic and new favorite of another generation
  • Lightwind
My first graders really liked this story.
  • Stonewing
good
Love these books, my 1st grader devoured these books and the stories are perfect for this age group. Just enough of a challenge and not to easy.