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by Dick Bruna

ePub Miffy at the Zoo (Miffy (Big Tent Entertainment)) download
Author:
Dick Bruna
ISBN13:
978-1592260010
ISBN:
1592260012
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Publisher:
Big Tent Entertainment; 1 edition (January 1, 2010)
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Subcategory:
Activities Crafts & Games
ePub file:
1432 kb
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1420 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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752

Series: Miffy (Big Tent Entertainment). Board book: 24 pages. I have the original version of Miffy at the Zoo, published in 1965, and printed in Holland. I have recently bought the updated version,owing to wear and tear on the first copy

Series: Miffy (Big Tent Entertainment). I have recently bought the updated version,owing to wear and tear on the first copy. I am quite disappointed that the text has been changed, as my 15 month old grand-daughter was becoming so familiar with the original.

Miffy at the Zoo Hardcover. Grade Level: Preschool - Kindergarten. Series: Miffy (Big Tent Entertainment). Looked all over for the original Miffy book for my pre-schooler great nieces.

Miffy at the Zoo book. When Miffy visits the zoo, she sees parrots, zebras, kangaroos, and more. Published January 1st 2010 by Big Tent Entertainment (first published 1963). Find out what animal gives Miffy a special ride. In Miffy at the Zoo, children learn the names of different animals and can dream about their own trips to the zoo after reading this book.

Miffy (Dutch: Nijntje, pronounced ) is a small female rabbit in a series of picture books drawn and written by Dutch artist Dick Bruna

Miffy (Dutch: Nijntje, pronounced ) is a small female rabbit in a series of picture books drawn and written by Dutch artist Dick Bruna. The original Dutch name, "Nijntje", is a shortening of the diminutive konijntje, "little rabbit". The first Miffy book was produced in 1955, and almost 30 others have followed. In total they have sold over 85 million copies, and led to two separate television series as well as items such as clothes and toys featuring the character.

Printed in Great Britain by Hazell Watson and Viney Ltd. It is a hardcover book. The cover has slight surface wear, scuffing, a tiny tear back lower spine, an Associated Book Publisher's Ltd original price sticker on the back

Printed in Great Britain by Hazell Watson and Viney Ltd. The cover has slight surface wear, scuffing, a tiny tear back lower spine, an Associated Book Publisher's Ltd original price sticker on the back The pages have slight surface wear and use creasing though generally in very good condition. Measurements: 1. X16X. 8cm or 6 1/4X6 3/8D3/8". Learn more about this item.

Mr. Rabbit and Miffy take the train to the zoo where they meet many interesting animals. About the Author: Dick Bruna was born in 1927 in Utrecht, Holland. Dick comes from a family of publishers who under the name of '. Bruna and Son' started to print books in 1868.

Father Bunny takes Miffy to the zoo - they see parrots, monkeys and a zebra. The translations beautifully convey the warmth and friendliness of the original Dutch whilst maintaining a style that is inimitably Miffy.

Father Bunny takes Miffy to the zoo - they see parrots, monkeys and a zebra

Father Bunny takes Miffy to the zoo - they see parrots, monkeys and a zebra.

When Miffy visits the zoo, she sees parrots, zebras, kangaroos, and more. Find out what animal gives Miffy a special ride. In Miffy at the Zoo, children learn the names of different animals and can dream about their own trips to the zoo after reading this book.
  • My child liked them when she was a toddler and wanted them for her child. Simple picture appeal to 8+month old baby though text is long. Used and came with sticky price tag and glue on cover but it cleaned up like new

  • This is one of my personal favourites in the Miffy series, where Miffy (a little girl bunny) goes to the zoo with her father. They take the train and go to see the parrots, a zebra, a kangaroo, an elephant, a monkey, two giraffes, and a turtle. It's great fun for kids with the bright-coloured simple pictures. My one-year old daughter loves to point at the pictures and "say" the names of the animals. The text has four lines of rhyme on each page that describe what is seen on the page. After reading it only a few times, my daughter can now spot any monkey a mile away.

  • I have the original version of Miffy at the Zoo, published in 1965, and printed in Holland. I have recently bought the updated version,owing to wear and tear on the first copy. I am quite disappointed that the text has been changed, as my 15 month old grand-daughter was becoming so familiar with the original. I can't quite understand why parrots can't say "Pretty Polly" now and have to say "Pretty bird" instead! And why does Miffy have to have a 'father' and not a Daddy? The repeated use of the word 'funny' on the zebra page implies a certain lack of imagination on the part of the translator. Am I just being over-fussy to want to read the original text I wonder? I don't dislike the rhyming text, but the original was simpler and very direct for young children.

  • My son loves the pictures and colours in these books. I remember loving the colours too when I was a child reading them in England. When I read them to him, I actually get "warm fuzzies" from the nice memories they bring back.

  • I remember my grandpa reading this to me when I was a very little girl.

  • The book is ok. I was disappointed it didn't have a lion because on the tv show you see the lion several times.