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by Blair Lent,Bruce Goldstone

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ISBN:
0805067094
Author:
Blair Lent,Bruce Goldstone
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
Square Fish; 1st edition (July 2001)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1926 kb
FB2 book:
1605 kb
DJVU:
1278 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
446


The Beastly Feast was my first kid’s book. When I wrote it, I was part of a musical theater workshop and thinking a lot about lyrics and rhymes. On the train one day, I began to brainstorm a list of rhyming animals and foods.

The Beastly Feast was my first kid’s book. I read the story aloud to try to find pleasing rhythms and sounds. When I was a kid, I read Fox in Socks so many times that I still know most of it by heart.

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In his picture-book debut, Goldstone serves up a grand meal of rhymes garnished by a colorful salsa of animal prints by Lent. Animals arrive at a feast, every one bearing a food that rhymes-or almost rhymes-with its name. Parrots bring carrots, antelopes bring cantaloupe, and mosquitos bring burritos. In his picture-book debut, Goldstone serves up a grand meal of rhymes garnished by a colorful salsa of animal prints by Lent.

The Beastly Feast book

The Beastly Feast book. The beasts are having a feast. Blair Lent, Caldecott Honor and Medal recipient, has created unique, texture-filled The beasts are having a feast. Bruce Goldstone is the author of several books, including 100 Ways to Celebrate 100 Days, Great Estimations, Greater Estimations and The Beastly Feast. He has worked in educational publishing for nearly twenty years.

The beasts are having a feast. This delightfully illustrated story will appeal to children aged two to five. The first time we read it together, my daughter and I giggled at the clever rhymes, frenzied pace, and sudden ending. The animals get together for a feast, and all the foods they bring are vegetarian. Moose bring juice and mice bring rice. Fleas bring peas and flies bring pies.

Blair Lent, a children’s book author and award-winning artist whose detailed work illustrated beloved books like . Dayrell; Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Match Girl (1968); and The Beastly Feast (1998) by Bruce Goldstone

Blair Lent, a children’s book author and award-winning artist whose detailed work illustrated beloved books like Tikki Tikki Tembo, The Funny Little Woman and Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky, died Jan. 27 in Medford, Mass. He was 80 and lived in Cambridge. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Dayrell; Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Match Girl (1968); and The Beastly Feast (1998) by Bruce Goldstone. Most of his artwork was donated to the Kerlan Collection at the University of Minnesota and the Mazza Museum at the University of Findlay, in Findlay, Ohio. Mr. Lent's eye-catching art, combined with a story that is perfect for reading aloud, make The Beastly Feast an ideal and amusing introduction to animals and food. parrots bring carrots. This title has Common Core connections.

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The beasts are having a feast. Animals from everywhere are bringing their favorite foods to a picnic. Young readers will love identifying each creature and guessing what tasty treat they have to share. "Bears bring pears . . . parrots bring carrots . . ." What will the antelope bring?

Blair Lent, Caldecott Honor and Medal recipient, has created unique, texture-filled illustrations for this irresistible, rhyming poem. Mr. Lent's eye-catching art, combined with a story that is perfect for reading aloud, make The Beastly Feast an ideal and amusing introduction to animals and food.

This title has Common Core connections.

  • Nawenadet
Such a great book for little ones not quite old enough for a story line. Sing song rhyming with bright, fun pictures.
  • Anayalore
Very cute book!
  • Ytli
Book was well written and very appropriate for both my 3 year old and 4 year old prekindrgarten classes.
  • Billy Granson
This book enhances children's awareness of rhyme (important reading skill) in a novel little story. I've used it as a teaching school in an elementary school, and am now purchasing it for my grandchildren. I highly recommend it!
  • thrust
Any teacher who is teaching students to rhyme, this is a great book. It also has a multicutural theme to it. You will enjoy it.
  • Dianantrius
This delightfully illustrated story will appeal to children aged two to five. The first time we read it together, my daughter and I giggled at the clever rhymes, frenzied pace, and sudden ending. The animals get together for a feast, and all the foods they bring are vegetarian. "Moose bring juice and mice bring rice. Fleas bring peas and flies bring pies." The story goes faster and faster, the rhyme almost becoming a tongue twister and the food flying around the table. Finally, at the end, the animals collapse into a pile to take a nap! This fun book requires at least two readings in a sitting. Enjoy! -Reviewed by Melanie Wilson
  • The Apotheoses of Lacspor
No one can resist this charming tale of animals preparing for a feast. Children love the clever rhymes, fun story, and beautiful illustrations. I have given this book to nieces, nephews, and friends' children, in addition to my own son, and it has been a favorite every time. Bruce Goldstone is a genius! This book will not disappoint you!