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by Jane Kohuth

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ISBN:
0803737122
Author:
Jane Kohuth
Category:
Arts Music & Photography
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dial Books (May 10, 2012)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1909 kb
FB2 book:
1518 kb
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1502 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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287


In the charming "Duck Sock Hop," a brace of brightly colored ducks pull out an appealing assortment. Jane Kohuth is also the author of the early reader, Ducks Go Vroom, one of Parents Magazine's 20 Best Books of 2011, and the picture book Estie the Mensch, a PJ Library.

In the charming "Duck Sock Hop," a brace of brightly colored ducks pull out an appealing assortment. Jane Kohuth is also the author of the early reader, Ducks Go Vroom, one of Parents Magazine's 20 Best Books of 2011, and the picture book Estie the Mensch, a PJ Library Selection. She lives in Holliston, Massachusetts. Jane Porter lives in the United Kingdom.

Jane Kohuth engages readers and listeners alike on a variety of levels. First we get the rhythmic text about ducks who like to wear socks and dance, with playful, spot-on, finger- snapping, toe-tapping rhyme. On second look, the parent reader can point out a variety of concepts: shapes, colors, opposites (right/left, high/low) numbers three ducks boogie, one duck rocks. Two ducks stop and trade their socks

By Jane Kohuth Illustrated by Jane Porter. In this tongue-twisting, toe-tapping picture book, ducks grab socks from a big sock box and head on down to the duck sock hop.

By Jane Kohuth Illustrated by Jane Porter. Category: Children’s Picture Books. May 10, 2012 ISBN 9781101647264 3-5 years. In socks with stripes and socks with spots, socks with squares and socks with dots, these brightly, boldly illustrated ducks dance until their socks go rip; and ducks teeter, tumble, twist, and trip. But not to worry; in this preschool-perfect read-aloud, when one sock hop ends, the countdown to the next one begins. So, prepare for a feel-good, giggle-inducing read.

Duck Sock Hop is on the School Library Journal/Fuse Production Blog's list of 100 Magnificent Children's Books of 2012. Great ones like Duck Sock Hop by Jane Kohuth, illustrated by Jane Porter. With each spread, the dancing ducks get livelier and more animated, until the music stops and they all need new socks. Best of all the book scans when it rhymes so reading it to the masses works. This is the book that introduced me to the idea that the phrase 'sock box' is fun to say. - -Betsy Bird, A Fuse Production.

by Jane Kohuth & illustrated by Jane Porter. Duck Sock Hop comes once a week. The music starts, and hree ducks boogie, one duck rocks A webbed-foot folly that makes a tale most jolly. The music starts, and hree ducks boogie, one duck rocks. Two ducks stop and trade their socks. The bright colors of the illustrations paint different patterns on each duck, entirely separate from their wild and crazy socks. A webbed-foot folly that makes a tale most jolly. Pub Date: May 10th, 2012.

Jane's first two books, DUCKS GO VROOM and ESTIE THE MENSCH were published by Random House in 2011, and her picture book DUCK SOCK HOP was published by Dial in 2012. Her early reader ANNE FRANK'S CHESTNUT TREE was published by Random House in the fall of 2013. Her new picture book, WHO'S GOT THE ETROG, a Sukkot holiday story set in the Abayudaya Jewish community in Uganda, will be published by Kar-Ben in the fall of 2018.

Duck Sock Hop comes once a week! The mood is high, the sun is low, the music starts, get ready, go! In this tongue-twisting, toe-tapping picture book, ducks grab socks from a big sock box and head on down to the duck sock hop. In socks with stripes and socks with spots, socks with.

Duck Sock Hop - Ebook na isinulat nina Jane Kohuth. Basahin ang aklat na ito gamit ang Google Play Books app sa iyong mga PC, android, at iOS device. I-download para sa pagbabasa offline, mag-highlight, mag-bookmark, o magsulat ng mga tala habang binabasa mo ang Duck Sock Hop.

Duck Sock Hop,’ ‘Get Dressed!’ and More. Illustrated by Jane Porter. By PAMELA PAUL JUNE 1, 2012. Picture book; ages 3 to 6). Why oh why are socks so much easier to pull off than to put on? With no forcible way to get a 3-year-old to please just get them on already, perhaps it’s better to win him over gently to the sock’s allure. This naturally leads to a dance: Three ducks boogie.

A rollicking, rhyming read-aloud that will knock your socks off! Warm-up, wiggle, stretch your beak. Duck Sock Hop comes once a week! The mood is high, the sun is low, the music starts, get ready, go! In this tongue-twisting, toe-tapping picture book, ducks grab socks from a big sock box and head on down to the duck sock hop. In socks with stripes and socks with spots, socks with squares and socks with dots, these brightly, boldly illustrated ducks dance until their socks go rip; and ducks teeter, tumble, twist, and trip. But not to worry; in this preschool-perfect read-aloud, when one sock hop ends, the countdown to the next one begins. So, prepare for a feel-good, giggle-inducing read.
  • Sermak Light
We got this book a week ago and all week long my kids ask for it on repeat. Fortunately I enjoy this book so it's great to read. I have a 3.5 year old and an 18mo old and this book is our favorite story time book. The illustrations and rhyming (but not tongue-twisting) text are very well done.
  • Άνουβις
This book is a lot of fun. We read it from the library and it was such an instant hit, I decided to get it for my 1.5-year-old for Christmas. It's simple but not dull for the reader :-)
  • Adokelv
My 3 yr old daughter loves this book. I would say it is probably her favorite. We actually checked this out of our local library and after renewing it a couple times decided we just needed to buy it. Very cute and funny. You can't go wrong.
  • Wafi
Cute book for young kids. My boys both liked it, but only for a couple days when it was still new to them. Not as rhymy or flowy as I prefer.
  • Asher
Darling book. Great quality.
  • Karg
Once a week, ducks grab a bunch of socks from the sock box and head over to dance at the sock hop. They dance and wear all sorts of fun socks that they get from the sock box. Naturally, the party gets a little out of control, but it all ends well, and the ducks get ready for the next sock hop.

The illustrations are fun; cartoon-style and outlined in black with textured with hand-printed patterns on both the socks and the ducks are interesting to look at, and younger readers get a little lesson in shapes as the story describes the exciting socks found in the sock box: socks with squares, dots, moons, cars and spoons! The story is told in rhyme and allows for a fun, movement-oriented read-aloud once the sock hop gets underway as the ducks teeter, tumble, twist and trip their way through the dance. The story font is a bold, rounded font that curves around the pictures, creating further interest.
  • Ndlaitha
Okay, I'll admit that just the image of a duck wearing socks makes me giggle. Yes, giggle. I was destined to love Duck Sock Hop! It also helped that the rhymes are so whimsical and well done, and that these are some pretty cute ducks. They start out with a Duck Sock Box! Cue the giggles... We get a close up look at all the different socks in all their patterns and colors, and then the ducks start picking their favorites. When the dancing starts, the fun really begins as the ducks trade their socks, kick their feet, and wiggle their duck behinds. Of course, tragedy must strike at some point, and after all that dancing, socks do get loose, juice gets spilled, and holes begin to form. Never fear! A trip to the duck sock shop will have our ducks all ready to go for the next sock hop.

The ducks are all done in different patterns and colors, and when you combine these bold-lined fowl with all those different colored socks, you get a real visual treat! Make no mistake; it will take a bit of practice if you are going to read this aloud to a group - the wordplay turns into a true tongue twisting challenge on more than one occasion. The ensuing giggles will be worth it, and even if you stumble, kids are sure to delight in all of these dancing, sock wearing ducks. An enthusiastic recommend for any story time or personal collection.
Adorable rhyming book. My two year old loves the silly story and I love the silly pictures. It is a simple story that somehow manages to reference colors, shops and numbers with being "too educational". Fantastic!