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Download The Book of Boys (for Girls) & The Book of Girls (for Boys) eBook
ISBN:
0316362107
Author:
David Greenberg
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; 1 edition (July 27, 2005)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1496 kb
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1565 kb
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1846 kb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
641


A children's book for 6-8 year olds that would embarrass middle school students. From blaming flatulance on members of the opposite sex to pointing towards their lack of hygiene, Greenberg gives voice to both sides of the story

A children's book for 6-8 year olds that would embarrass middle school students. From blaming flatulance on members of the opposite sex to pointing towards their lack of hygiene, Greenberg gives voice to both sides of the story. 3 people found this helpful.

The left side of each spread describes girls for boys, and then the right side answers with the girls' takes on boys

The left side of each spread describes girls for boys, and then the right side answers with the girls' takes on boys.

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A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys (1851) is a children's book by American author Nathaniel Hawthorne in which he retells several Greek myths. It was followed by a sequel, Tanglewood Tales. The stories in A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys are all stories within a story, the frame story being that a Williams College student, Eustace Bright, is telling these tales to a group of children at Tanglewood, an area in Lenox, Massachusetts, where Hawthorne lived for a time

With uncommon superficiality, Greenberg develops the familiar "What are little girls/little boys made of?" rhyme into a back-and-forth between the sexes

With uncommon superficiality, Greenberg develops the familiar "What are little girls/little boys made of?" rhyme into a back-and-forth between the sexes. In alternating verses, two trios of ly posed in contemporary clothes and settings-display supposedly characteristic behavior while dissing each other: "They're made from sparkly fingernails.

PreSchool-Grade 2–In this playful picture book, boys and girls go toe-to-toe in rhyming couplets. Each group is thoroughly offended by the other, and what begins with general disdain quickly–and predictably–deteriorates. By the sixth spread, the gloves are off, and both teams break out the potty humor. Boys cause girls to fight/Though they'll whine that it's not true/They'll fart out loud like dynamite/and blame the fart on you.

The book is a how-to guide for childhood that inspires fantasies for his youngest son, Wyatt (Gabriel Bateman). After Wyatt flames out trying to talk to his fifth grade crush, he turns to Patrick and The Dangerous Book for help on how to talk to girls

The book is a how-to guide for childhood that inspires fantasies for his youngest son, Wyatt (Gabriel Bateman). While in his fantasy world, Wyatt reconnects. After Wyatt flames out trying to talk to his fifth grade crush, he turns to Patrick and The Dangerous Book for help on how to talk to girls. Meanwhile, Dash and Terry attempt to bond over a video.

this is the book of boys. i you like this book maybe I'll make a book about girls.

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Inspired by the classic rhyme: ``What are little girls made of?'' and ``What are little boys made of?'' David Greenberg has supplied his own take on the matter, celebrating the differences between boys and girls. The left side of each spread describes girls for boys, and then the right side answers with the girls' takes on boys. Greenberg's text is both gross and hilarious. Joy Allen's expressive illustrations are full of clever details. This humorous, reassuring blend of insights and insults is perfect for raucous read-alouds between boys and girls.
  • Malarad
Review by Christine Louise Hohlbaum, author of Diary of a Mother: Parenting Stories and Other Stuff and SAHM I Am: Tales of a Stay-at-Home Mom in Europe

At first glance this book seems as non-politically correct as one can get. In fact, it was with great hesitance that I finished reading the book to my daughter. I'm glad I did.

Given the contemporary climate of speech control and the like, broaching the subject of gender differences is a dangerous thing. David T. Greenberg does it with grace, humor, and a necessary amount of tongue and cheek. Using language a child would, he mimicks what is said on playgrounds and in school halls and in the minds of girls and boys.

From blaming flatulance on members of the opposite sex to pointing towards their lack of hygiene, Greenberg gives voice to both sides of the story. Children will laugh, grin, and agree that boys and girls are different, but they can be cool, uproarious, glorious and wondrous, too.
  • Arlelond
Clever premise, charming art...but who can you read this to? Certainly not a public school class! One reference to flatulance using the "f" word could be disguised or read around...but without exaggerating much the word appears, reappears, and reappears again...too bad...a potentially useful effort ruined by poor judgment on the part of the writer. A children's book for 6-8 year olds that would embarrass middle school students. Or should.