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by Johnny Gruelle

ePub Raggedy Ann and the Camel with the Wrinkled Knees download
Author:
Johnny Gruelle
ISBN13:
978-0001204430
ISBN:
0001204432
Language:
Publisher:
HarperCollins Distribution Services (March 1977)
Category:
Subcategory:
Classics
ePub file:
1834 kb
Fb2 file:
1573 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
618

Johnny Gruelle eventually created over forty Raggedy Ann and Andy books, all capturing his unique . The story is very sweet; Raggedy Ann and Andy set off to rescue a doll and also end up rescuing a little boy, all with the help of a good fairy, of course

Johnny Gruelle eventually created over forty Raggedy Ann and Andy books, all capturing his unique version of childhood. The story is very sweet; Raggedy Ann and Andy set off to rescue a doll and also end up rescuing a little boy, all with the help of a good fairy, of course. The pop-ups are delicate enough that I wouldn't leave the book lying around the house in case my one year old might find it. But an older child can be taught to open and close the pages with care. 7 people found this helpful.

Raggedy Ann tales, written and drawn by Johnny Gruelle, have been entertaining children since 1918. Gruelle (1880 - 1930), was an American artist and political cartoonist, as well as a children's book illustrator and author. The books of 'The Raggedy Ann Series' all feature their central protagonist, with red yarn for hair and a triangle nose - charting her considerable adventures. Gruelle created Raggedy Ann for his daughter, Marcella, when she brought him an old hand-made rag doll

Raggedy Ann and Andy and the Camel with the Wrinkled Knees (Raggedy Ann). When the French Doll is kidnapped by pirates, Raggedy Ann and her brother Andy go to rescue her with the aid of a Camel, a Horse, and a little girl.

Raggedy Ann and Andy and the Camel with the Wrinkled Knees (Raggedy Ann). 0689813503 (ISBN13: 9780689813504). Loosely adapted in 1977 into "Raggedy Ann & Andy's Musical Adventure". My mother bought the Raggedy Ann and Andy book series for my younger sister as an enticement to read.

The books of ‘The Raggedy Ann Series’ all feature their central protagonist, with red yarn for hair and a triangle nose – charting her considerable adventures. Gruelle created Raggedy Ann for his daughter, Marcella, when she brought him an old hand-made rag doll

The books of ‘The Raggedy Ann Series’ all feature their central protagonist, with red yarn for hair and a triangle nose – charting her considerable adventures. Gruelle created Raggedy Ann for his daughter, Marcella, when she brought him an old hand-made rag doll. He drew a face on it, and from his bookshelf, pulled a book of poems by James Whitcomb Riley, combining the names of two poems, ‘The Raggedy Man’ and ‘Little Orphant Annie. From this moment on, the much-loved children’s series went from strength to strength.

Johnny Gruelle was an American artist, political cartoonist, children's book author and illustrator (and even songwriter). He is known as the creator of Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy. He had such confidence in his design that often he would create the final ink work without first sketching in pencil.

The toy camel helps Raggedy Ann and Andy find their friend, the missing doll, Babette, and vanquish some pirates in the process. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio). With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart.

Johnny Gruelle eventually created over forty Raggedy Ann and Andy books, all capturing his unique version of childhood.

From beginning to end, this beloved tale is told with pop-up scenes, giving the timeless adventure story a new twist that will enchant for years to come. Johnny Gruelle was an extremely talented cartoonist, illustrator, and storyteller. Johnny Gruelle eventually created over forty Raggedy Ann and Andy books, all capturing his unique version of childhood. Publisher: Little Simon (November 1, 2003). Gruelle created Raggedy Ann for his daughter, Marcella, when she brought him an old hand-made rag doll

  • The original was broken into chapters, so it was easy to read as a bedtime story. This has the original story as well as the beautiful illustrations, and the pop-ups are really neat, but takes awhile to get through the whole thing, as you can't tell a four year old you are stopping in the middle of a book.

  • My kids, ages three and five, absolutely love the book and listen to the whole thing beginning to end with no problem. They love the story and the pictures both.

    The story is very sweet; Raggedy Ann and Andy set off to rescue a doll and also end up rescuing a little boy, all with the help of a good fairy, of course.

    The pop-ups are delicate enough that I wouldn't leave the book lying around the house in case my one year old might find it. But an older child can be taught to open and close the pages with care.

  • Ordered to go with a Raggedy Andy Doll. Perfect gift

  • What a lovely way to share an old classic with a new generation! The illustrations are totally in keeping with the era in which stories of Raggedy Ann and Andy originated, and the writing itself is, of course, charming. The only reason I gave it four stars instead of five is that the small pages within the larger ones contain almost identical pop-up mechanisms and very similar illustrations. I found that somewhat disappointing. The book will certainly remain in my collection in spite of that minor flaw!

  • Again, proof will come when presented to 3-yr-old granddaughter. These classics are the best in providing real story situational delight. I find my grandies really respond with excitement at having the classics shared with them. We don't do electronics at such an early age, so just nice to catch them in these wonderful tales for them to think about the ordinary joys and situations. Stretches their minds to think beyond the loud blinks and decision-making juice of the electronic stimulation I feel too overwhelming for their level of development. Read a story - kick back and re-read in their head. There is the thinking process so valuable and personal to their self esteem!

  • Description accurately described the product - I got what I expected.

  • What a wonderful book, and in fantastic condition. I will share it with my daughter and my twenty year old granddaughter but keep it for my seventy nine year old selfish self.

  • They loved the book. It brought back many memories. My 97 yr. old mother purchased it for her great grandchildren. She found it in a magazine and I got it cheaper on Amazon. I order everything for her.