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ISBN:093866316X
Author: David Clark,Barry Louis Polisar
ISBN13: 978-0938663164
Title: The Snake Who Was Afraid of People (Rainbow Morning Music Picture Books)
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Rainbow Morning Music (March 1, 1994)
Pages: 32

The Snake Who Was Afraid of People (Rainbow Morning Music Picture Books) by David Clark,Barry Louis Polisar



Afraid of snakes, Lenny has to endure a field trip to the zoo's snake house. He encounters taunts from his bullying classmates and little sympathy from his teacher and guidance counselor. Ships from and sold by Prominent Books. Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items.

Pub~shed by Rainbow Morning Music 2UI Fairland Road Silver Spring, MD 20904. About Barry Louis Polisar "He's a one-man symphony of comic anarchy. At a time when vast numbers of our kids see school as endless drudgery, Polisar says otherwise. Peculiar Zoo. Old Dogs, New Tricks: Songs about Animals. The Snake Who Was Afraid of People. Snakes! And The Boy Who Was Afraid of Them. Juggling Babies: Songs about Babies. The Trouble With Ben.

This book reveals the deep-rooted feelings of a snake who is afraid of people. Library descriptions. Leo the snake's fear of humans proves well-founded when a boy takes him for his science project.

Rainbow Morning Music is a publisher of children's books and young adult books. Some of the books published by Rainbow Morning Music include Telling. Author: Barry Louis Polisar Illustrator: David Clark. Published March 1st 1994 by Rainbow Morning Music (first published December 31st 1988). I'm hoping David Clark illustrates for more than just these two books also because he really brings much to the story with his funny drawings. Dec 06, 2010 Peacegal rated it really liked it. Shelves: humane-education, library-gifts. This book is all kinds of awesome, and I highly recommend it to all humane educators.

Find nearly any book by Barry Louis Polisar. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Songs for Well-Behaved Children. by Barry Louis Polisar.

This witty, silly, humorous collection of some of Barry Louis Polisar's best-loved song lyrics, accompanied by imaginative full-color drawings, brings to life the often comical reality of childhood. Filled with pesky siblings, terrifying teachers, and tormented babysitters who won't return, not to mention various monsters, a boy who has lost his pants, and a young child with a dog named Cat, the illustrated poetry will delight youngsters of all ages as well as their parents.

Author : Barry Louis Polisar,David Clark,(Illustrations). Publisher : Rainbow Morning Music Alternatives. A humorous guide to misbehaving properly introduces kids to manners with totally absurd examples-such as How to Play with Your Food and Rules for Scaring Your Grandparents-and sends a sensible, warm-hearted message beneath the fun. IP. " Users who liked this book, also liked.

Barry Louis Polisar is an author and singer-songwriter who writes children's music and numerous children's books, poems and stories. Polisar has traveled throughout the United States and Europe as a visiting author in schools and libraries. He is a five-time Parents' Choice Award winner and has performed in The White House, The Smithsonian and The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Rainbow Morning Music Picture has 7 entries in the series. Barry Louis Polisar Author David A. Clark Illustrator (2013). Rainbow Morning Music Picture (Series). Barry Polisar Author David Clark Illustrator (2001). Barry Polisar Author David Clark Illustrator (1993). Don't Do That! Rainbow Morning Music Picture (Series). Barry Polisar Author David Clark Illustrator (1995). Rainbow Morning Music Picture.

This book reveals the deep-rooted feelings of a snake who is afraid of people. His fears prove well-founded when he is captured by a school-aged child and held captive in a jar with little air. The snake manages to escape and goes into hiding, aided by a group of beret-wearing reptiles who are really operating underground.