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ISBN:0517590301
Author: M.K. Brown
ISBN13: 978-0517590300
Title: Let's Go Swimming with Mr. Sillypants: (Reading Rainbow Book) (Dragonfly Edition)
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Dragonfly Books (July 7, 1992)

Let's Go Swimming with Mr. Sillypants: (Reading Rainbow Book) (Dragonfly Edition) by M.K. Brown



Let's Go Camping with Mr. Sillypants by M. K. Brown (1997-05-03). Excellent reading for the very young, this book focuses on fears and dreams in a pleasant and hilarious way. Mr. Sillypants muses aloud for the reader his fears and expectations for his presence in an upcoming swimming class.

Start by marking Let's Go Swimming with Mr. Sillypants as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book would probably be good for late 1st grade-early 2nd graders. The words used in the book are not for beginning readers, but by the end of 1st grade and into 2nd grade, children should be able to at least read the book and comprehend i. .This is a book with fun illustrations to follow. It's about a man named Mr. Sillypants, who has a fear of swimming since he doesn't know how, so he signs up for swimming lessons, but as it gets closer, he gets more and more scared.

Let's go swimming with Mr. Sillypants Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Let's go swimming with Mr. Sillypants from your list? Let's go swimming with Mr. Sillypants. 1st ed. by M. Brown. Published 1986 by Crown Publishers in New York. Sillypants worries so much about his swimming lesson that he has a dream in which he turns into a fish.

View on the Mobile Site. Let's Go Swimming with Mr. Sillypants ~~ Mary K. When Mr. Sillypants, a funny-looking fellow wearing a funny-looking pair of pants, decides to take swimming lessons, he gets a case of last-minute jitters and must be persuaded.

Sillypants worries so much about his swimming lesson that he has a dream in which he turns into a fish.

Book cover of Aunt Mary's Cook Book. Brown contributed various strips to National Lampoon magazine, "Aunt Mary's Kitchen" featuring regularly from the early '70s into the early '80s, often in multi-page full color spreads. In 1983 Collier Books published the "Aunt Mary's Kitchen" cookbook of 140 recipes gathered by . Big Goof and Little Goof/Three Short Stories. Sillypants - Crown, 1986. Aunt Mary's Kitchen Cookbook (1983 by Collier Books).

Reading Rainbow Theme Song. Produced by Steve Horelick. Reading Rainbow Theme Song Lyrics. Reading Rainbow! Butterfly in the sky, I can go twice as high Take a look, it's in a book, A Reading Rainbow! I can go anywhere Friends to know, and ways to grow A Reading Rainbow! I can be anything Take a look, it's in a book A Reading Rainbow Reading Rainbow! Ooooooooooh. About Reading Rainbow Theme Song. Reading Rainbow was on television from June 6, 1983 to November 10, 2006 and is the fourth-longest running children’s show on PBS. During its span of 21 seasons and 155 episodes, Reading Rainbow won over 200 broadcast awards, including a Peabody Award as well as 26 Emmy Awards. Reading Rainbow Theme Song" Track Info.

When Mr. Sillypants, a funny-looking fellow wearing a funny-looking pair of pants, decides to take swimming lessons, he gets a case of last-minute jitters and must be persuaded. Reprint. Reading Rainbow.
Reviews: 4
Porgisk
My husband remembered this book from when he was little and wanted to have it again for our son. Our son is 2 1/2 and asks to read this book at naptime and bedtime pretty often. The story is basically a quirky dream sequence and Mr. Sillypants overcoming his fears about learning to swim; there isn't a lot of text and it's relatively short.
The illustrations have thought put in them that you don't always see in children's books: The front cover and title page show why Mr. Sillypants wanted to learn to swim, and the back cover shows him up to his neck in water actually swimming; also as his dream is ending the background starts to shift back to the familiar objects in his bedroom. I like when kids books have these details you can look for while reading the words you've read dozens of times already.
Morlurne
This is a delightful book about a man who is afraid to swim. I really like the message and the illustrations are very bright and colorful. It keeps my toddler engaged through to the end.
Jaberini
My 3 year old daughter loves this book as much as I did as a child. Cute, funny and easy to follow for young children.
Nuadora
Excellent reading for the very young, this book focuses on fears and dreams in a pleasant and hilarious way. Mr. Sillypants muses aloud for the reader his fears and expectations for his presence in an upcoming swimming class. Join him as he eats a Dagwood- style midnight snack sandwich, then dozes off for a dream adventure that incorporates his emotions and recent food experience that takes unexpected turns, then ultimately allows Sillypants to emerge victorious and ready to face his lesson! The illustrations are fabulous and reminiscent of the quirky yet hilarious Aunt Mary cartoon strip from National Lampoon Magazine. Share your love of humor and reading as you join your child on this Sillypants adventure!