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Author: Tracey Campbell Pearson
ISBN13: 978-0374399573
Title: Bob
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Language: English
Category: Animals
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR); 1st edition (September 25, 2002)
Pages: 32

Bob by Tracey Campbell Pearson

BOB, written and illustrated by Tracey Campbell Pearson, Published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux Fall 2002, Hardcover ISBN 0-374-39957-3 Summary: "Bob," Henrietta said, "you are not a chicken. You need to stop clucking and learn how to crow so you can wake up the girls every morning. That's what roosters d. Inspired by this bit of advice from Henrietta (a cat), Bob flies the coop to find his true rooster voice. Bob ­Inspired by his friend Henrietta (a cat), Bob (the rooster) flies the coop to find his true rooster voice. That night, Bob has an urgent reason to try out his new crow before daybreakbut cockadoodledoo may not be enough to do the tric. nterior Images.

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Title: Bob Author: Tracey Campbell Pearson Date of Publication: 2002 Genre: Fiction/Picture Book Annotations: Bob the rooster doesn’t know how to crow. He takes a journey meeting other animals and the sounds they make until he comes by another rooster that teaches him how to crow. The pictures and layout of text in this book are really nice and easy to follow along with. Tracey Campbell Pearson was born in Norwalk, Connecticut. The youngest of four children, her family moved to neighboring Wilton when she was eight years old. While attending Parsons School of Design, she studied with Maurice Sendak and discovered her love for creating children's books. After her graduation from Parsons in 1978, -she began her career as a staff artist at American Greetings Corp. in Tracey Campbell Pearson was born in Norwalk, Connecticut.

Tracey Campbell Pearson is the author and illustrator of many books for children, including Myrtle and Where Does Joe Go? She lives in Jericho Center, Vermont.

by Tracey Campbell Pearson. Publication date 2002. Topics Roosters - Fiction. Animal sounds - Fiction. no page number in the book. Identifier bob00pear. Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t70w0699j.

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A rooster learns his sound(s)Inspired by a pep talk from a cat, a rooster named Bob who's been spending his days merely clucking and never crowing flies the coop to find his true voice. Along the way, he meets many animals who teach him their sounds - but unfortunately not the one he's looking for. Away from the farm all night long, Bob is greeted early in the morning by just the right noise. It's dark by the time he gets back to the henhouse, and when a dangerous fox intrudes, Bob has an urgent reason to try his new crow before daybreak - but "cock-a-doodle-do" alone may not be enough to do the trick. The tongue-in-cheek text and lively pictures will make this book a perfect story-time selection.
Reviews: 7
This book is funny. My girls loved it and I love it. I get books from the library that have some level of educational value to it, and I also make sure to get books that are just for fun. And this book is fun. This is the first book that i have ever checked out from the library and loved so much that I wanted a copy of our own. If you are looking for a book with loads of "educational value", you might want to look else where. But if you want an entertaining book that you won't mind reading to your kids over and over, look not further. :-)
I gave this as a going away gift for a guy named Bob. It was a great hit.
For those that love chicken books! You will love this one! One of life's lessons!!
really love this book and my grandson was very happy with it. Very fast service
My granddaughter who is 4 1/2 years old really enjoys this book. The story is cute and the pages are lit with color.
Speaking truthfully one day, Henrietta informs Bob that he is not a chicken but a rooster, therefore he needs to stop clucking and learn to crow! Will she teach him, he asks? No! She kindly explains that she is a cat and only teach him how to meow. SO Bob learns to meow but then goes off in search of a rooster. Along the way he meets a variety of creatures who all teach him how to make their sound but not how to crow.

Finally Bob meets Fred, a fine looking rooster who does indeed show him how to crow. Bob can now return to the chicken coop. Too excited to sleep, he is awake when the "stranger" comes. Who is it? Will Bob be able to protect his girls? If so, how?

This book is a fun read and has an amusing ending. Very enjoyable for youngsters.
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We have been reading this book to my 3 year old for at least a mom has it at her house for him, AND he still grabs it every time we visit the library and he happens to catch it in the corner of his eye! It's a great story too about try and try again until you get it right - some times it is not easy to find what you are looking for AND of tolerance towards those that are different than yourself! Everyone (every animal...) has something to teach if you take the time to listen! Also...Bob is an interesting rooster who uses his learnings...although a little save the day & brighten it in the mean time too!
We got this book in paperback as a gift when our little one was 7 months old. He's now 2 years old and it is still one of his favorite books. Excellent for reading aloud for learning animal sounds. There are also motions for when your little ones get older - learning to "woof and wag" (tail) for example. Our little one liked the owl and how Bob whispers "Bob, Bob, Bob." This book is a lot of fun for all and will grow with your little one. I recommend it for all - yourself, your classroom, your friends. Enjoy.