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by Rosemary Wells

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ISBN:
0744589266
Author:
Rosemary Wells
Language:
English
Publisher:
Walker Books (April 8, 2002)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1810 kb
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1579 kb
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1632 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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481


Felix Feels Better book. Best-selling author and illustrator A New York Times Bestseller! The best-selling Rosemary Wells offers the cure for a childhood fear.

Felix Feels Better book. Felix ate too many chocolate blimpies, and he doesn't feel well. Not even Mama's dose of sugared prunes helps him feel "perkier. So off to Doctor Duck he must go. "Don't be afraid, my little moonbeam," says Mama.

Acclaimed author-illustrator Rosemary Wells offers a spoonful of picture book pleasure that will have everyone feeling better! Felix ate too many chocolate blimpies, and he doesn't feel well. Not even Mama's dose of sugared prunes helps him feel "perkier". "Don't be afraid, my little moonbeam", says Mama.

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A New York Times Bestseller! The best-selling Rosemary Wells offers the cure for a childhood fear. Felix ate too many chocolate blimpies, and he doesn’t feel well. Not even Mama’s dose of sugared prunes helps him feel "perkier". "Don’t be afraid, my little moonbeam", says Mama.

Rosemary Wells (born January 29, 1943) is an American writer and illustrator of children's books. She is well known for the Max & Ruby series, which follows the everyday adventures of sibling bunnies, curious three-year-old Max and bossy seven-year-old Ruby. Wells has also written Noisy Nora (1973), Yoko (1998), the Voyage to the Bunny Planet series, a Christmas book called Morris's Disappearing Bag (1975) and a collected book of illustrations of Rodgers and Hammerstein songs.

Опубликовано: 27 мар. 2015 г. Felix Feels Better By RoseMary Wells.

Title: Felix Feels Better. Authors: Wells, Rosemary. We take pride in serving you. Binding: Hardcover. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Felix Feels Better by Wells Rosemary (Hardback, 2001). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Published 2002 by Scholastic in New York Felix feels bad and does not want to eat or play, so his mother takes him to Doctor Duck, who makes everything better.

Published 2002 by Scholastic in New York. Felix feels bad and does not want to eat or play, so his mother takes him to Doctor Duck, who makes everything better.

Felix ate too many chocolate blimpies and now he doesn't feel well. So off to Doctor Duck he must go. "Don't be afraid, my little moonbeam," says Mummy. But Felix is afraid. He's afraid the doctor will ask his mummy to leave the room. But Mummy stays with Felix the whole time while the doctor examines him. Then Felix is given two spoonfuls of Happy Tummy and he gradually starts to feel better. The book ends with Felix back to his old self and planning all the fun that he and his mummy will have the following day. This reassuring story is a spoonful of pleasure that will make everyone feel much better!
  • Karg
Classic Rosemary Wells! The drawings are beautifully, lovingly rendered. The story is endearing and speaks to real life kid(and parent) experience of ups and downs of growing up.
  • Galanjov
My son Felix loves this book and it is great to find something with his name that he can enjoy.
  • Jaiarton
We checked this cute book out of the library and fell in love with it! The author's choice of words matches the adorable illustrations. We have adopted the phrase, "Not feeling perkier" when anyone is sick at our house.
  • Whitecaster
We rented it from the library initially, but he continued to ask for it after we returned the book. He is thrilled to have his very own copy!
  • Maman
Felix is adorable. There is just no way around this truth. Rosemary Well's drawings of this little critter are just so cute.

That said the story is a little bland. Essentially it is a reworking of the `classic' theme of child-who-ate-to-much-junk food- and who is now paying-the-price. In this case a dose of prunes and a visit to the doctor.

Still, despite having seen this idea before, my children (boy and girl) love this book. Ms. Wells' drawings brings it all off with such sensitivity and humor that one can't help but sympathize with Felix and his mom.

Four Stars. Adorable `Rosemary Wells' drawings. I think this would be a book I would recommend to a parent who had a child who was nervous about doctor visits. In general though most of the charm is in the drawings. The text is fairly mundane.
  • funike
Very cute. Felix eats too much chocolate and goes to bed too late and the next day does not feel well. His mother tries several cures, but finally takes him to the doctor. My favorite part is when she bundles him up and takes him outside and puts him on his motorcycle to get some fresh air. But she doesn't hear Felix make any motorcycle noises so she knows something is not right! Wow, does Rosemay Wells know kids, or what? They end up going to Dr. Duck which seems like it might be a little scary... but it isn't.

My three-year-old asks me to read this one again and again.
  • Fenrinos
In addition to telling the story of Felix's visit to the doctor, the pictures and narration have some quirkiness to it that makes it comical for kids and grown-ups.