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ISBN:0333454545
Author: David Small
ISBN13: 978-0333454541
Title: Imogen's Antlers
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books (October 15, 1987)
Pages: 32

Imogen's Antlers by David Small



Imogene's Antlers book. David Small is the recipient of the Caldecott Medal, a Christopher Medal, and the E. B. White Award for his picture books, which include Imogene's Antlers, The Gardener, and So, You Want to Be President? He lives in Mendon, Michigan. Books by David Small.

Imogene's Antlers, . This is a borzoi book published by alfred a. knopf. Published in the United States by Alfred A. Knopf, an imprint of Random House Children’s Books, a division of Random House LLC, a Penguin Random House Company, New York. David Small, Imogene's Antlers. Thanks for reading the books on GrayCity. Other author's books: Imogene's Antlers.

Imogene awakens one morning to find she has grown antlers. Although David always dreamed of being an artist, it was not until he was in his late thirties and had several works published that he began to say, proudly, I am an artist. David and his wife, Sarah Stewart, now live in Mendon, Michigan, a town so small that you can whisper something on one side and be heard on the other. What Our Readers Are Saying.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. One day Imogene wakes up to discover that she has grown antlers!! A fun story with lovely illustrations - this book is sure to please Item is in good condition, but has been used by the previous owner. May include some wear and creases. A usable reading copy. Will meet or exceed The Marketplace guidelines for “Good†condition. All items ship Monday - Friday - Fast shipping in a secure mailer.

The family doctor, the school principal, and even Imogene's know-it-all brother, Norman, fail to resolve her dilemma. M1 Paperback 1985 . 0X7. 20 Children story with very FUNNY pictures.

Imogene’s Antlers was chosen because of the story and the pictures. We at Reading Rainbow like the book especially because it’s a wacky giggle of a book which shows what fun it is to imagine waking up and finding yourself wearing antlers or other surprising animal attire. When you watch the program on television that uses this book, you’ll see a retelling of Imogene’s Antlers by David Small, narrated (read) by Imogene Coca. You'll visit the Philadelphia 200, along with host LeVar Burton, and get a close-up look at a variety of animal fashions.

Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion. This new version of the Caldecott-winning classic by illustrator David Small and author Judith St. George is updated with current facts and new illustrations to include our forty-second president, George W. Bush. There are now three Georges in the catalog. The Mouse and His Child.

About Imogene’s Antlers. The family doctor, the school principal, and even Imogene’s know-it-all brother, Norman, fail to resolve her dilemma.

Reviews: 7
Llallayue
This book was given to me as a child (I am now 33) and it is by far one of my favorites. It resonated with me so much, it's one of the only children's books from my past I kept. I am saving it for my own children. I also buy it for all of my friend's children. I love that she's quirky (different) and how some people in her life (mostly the servants) show her that it's okay buy making use of her uniqueness (antlers). Even at a young age, my take away was that it's okay to be different, and even more, it's great to be different.
Sermak Light
A fun and whimsical type book about a girl who wakes up with antlers and has to adjust to her new headpiece, while her parents fret about what to do about them. Great, imaginative story for children, probably best suited for 3-5 year olds, though our 20mo also enjoys it!
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A witty story that is perfect for K-2 grade students.
Kulabandis
My 5-yr-old remembers this from her Pre-K class and requested for me to read it to her again. She loves it so much I went ahead and bought the kindle version (she is now in Kindergarten). We both love the silliness of this book and the ending gets us giggling every time. It is a very short book and it kept the
attention of 26 Pre-K students plus my daughter has talked about this book ever since I read it to her Pre-K class.
Kefrannan
This is an older story from my own childhood. Truthfully, it may only be worthy of four stars, but nostalgia earns it a fifth. The art is whimsical as it is from long before digital art swept the children's literature scene and the story is playful and fun.
LivingCross
Loved this story as a child! Was very excited to purchase it for my own children. I was very disappointed however, in the condition of the book. If I remember correctly, it said used, good condition. Some of the pages were wrinkled and I can't even read the last few sentences of the last page due to water damage! I have to rely on my memory to finish the story when I read it to my kids. Again, great story but poor condition.
Nuliax
My daughter started telling me about a book called "A Bad Case of Stripes" and I immediately knew why the story was so familiar. Imogene is awesome, she just kind of goes with the flow, even though she woke up with antlers and her mother is fainting every time she sees them. Imogene's Antlers was one of my favorites as a child. My daughter gets a big kick out of it every time she reads it. My 8 year old was able to read this without a problem.
Was in PERFECT condition! Gave it to our grandniece for Christmas!