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by Mike Lester,Kristyn Crow

ePub Cool Daddy Rat download
Author:
Mike Lester,Kristyn Crow
ISBN13:
978-0399243752
ISBN:
0399243755
Language:
Publisher:
Putnam Juvenile; - edition (March 27, 2008)
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Subcategory:
Arts Music & Photography
ePub file:
1100 kb
Fb2 file:
1855 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
116

Kristyn Crow lives in Layton, Utah. This is her first book. His parting words as he leaves for home is usually, "Shooby dooby doo dat, Fat Cat!" from the book.

Ships from and sold by uniqueplace-usa. Kristyn Crow lives in Layton, Utah. Mike Lester lives in Rome, Georgia. His A Is for Salad was a New York Times Best Illustrated Book.

By Kristin Crow and Mike Lester. Every night, Cool Daddy Rat takes his bass case, and goes out to play and scat around the city. But one night he hears something strange: Peeky squeaky who dat? It's his son, Ace, hiding in the bass case! After a reassuring call to Mama, the pair go all over the city together, filling the streets with his sweet.

Kristyn Crow (Goodreads Author), Mike Lester (Illustrations). Cool Daddy Rat has gotten a lot of awards including "Blue Ribbon Book" for 2008 by the Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books. Jul 11, 2008 Roseann rated it it was amazing.

by Kristyn Crow & illustrated by Mike Lester. Lester’s impressive cartooning chops suit well here: Enhanced r pictures, with a bera vibe, convey the verve of city streets and clubs a-bustle with cats and dogs. Daddy Rat, from his Diz-patch and glorious crimson double-breasted jacket down to his toothpick legs in hip slip-ons, is a hoot. Daddy and Ace hail a cab for home and well-earned rest, but kids might well request repeat scat-alouds. Terrific fun. (Picture book.

Every night, Cool Daddy Rat takes his bass case and goes out to play jazz and scat around the city. Every night, Cool Daddy Rat takes his bass case and goes out to play jazz and scat around the city. But one night he hears something strange: "Peeky squeaky who dat?" It's his son, Ace, hiding in the bass case After a reassuring call to Mama, the pair go all over the city together, filling the streets with his sweet beat.

Cool Daddy Rat. by. Kristyn Crow. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Alethea Bowser on January 18, 2012.

Cool Daddy Rat is a story about a jazz musician rat whose little son, Ace, stows away just for the thrill of. .This entry was posted in A Welcome by Kristyn Crow.

Cool Daddy Rat is a story about a jazz musician rat whose little son, Ace, stows away just for the thrill of watching his daddy perform. It’s a fun read-aloud with scat verses, and could make a great father’s day gift. I think you’ll really love the illustrations by Mike Lester-which include lively cityscapes of New York.

Personal Name: Crow, Kristyn. Publication, Distribution, et. New York Personal Name: Lester, Mike, ill. Rubrics: Jazz Fiction Musicians Rats Stories in rhyme.

Kristyn Crow is the author of many humorous books for kids including, BEDTIME AT THE SWAMP, illustrated by Macky Pamintuan; COOL DADDY RAT, illustrated by Mike Lester; and THE MIDDLE-CHILD BLUES, illustrated by David Catrow

Kristyn Crow is the author of many humorous books for kids including, BEDTIME AT THE SWAMP, illustrated by Macky Pamintuan; COOL DADDY RAT, illustrated by Mike Lester; and THE MIDDLE-CHILD BLUES, illustrated by David Catrow. She lives with her husband and their litter of seven kids in Utah. You can visit her Web site at ww. ristyncrow. Dan Krall is an animator by day and a picture book illustrator by night. His first book is Being a PIG IS NICE: A CHILD'S-EYE VEIW OF MANNERS, written by Sally Lloyd-Jones. He lives in California.

Every night, Cool Daddy Rat takes his bass case and goes out to play jazz and scat around the city. But one night he hears something strange: Peeky squeaky who dat? It's his son, Ace, hiding in the bass case! After a reassuring call to Mama, the pair go all over the city together, filling the streets with his sweet beat. And when Ace can't contain himself any longer, Cool Daddy Rat finds out he's not the only fantastic scatter in the family.

This cool read-aloud, full of energy from the jazzy text and animated illustrations, will have kids snapping, tapping and scatting along. 

  • The fantastic graphics of this book takes the reader along with the jazz bassist and his stowaway son to his gigs. The scat of the story keeps the young reader wrapped in the outcome. Its one of my grandson's most go-to books when he visits. His parting words as he leaves for home is usually, "Shooby dooby doo dat, Fat Cat!" from the book.

  • Open up the back cover and look at the illustrator verses the rat in the book. It's a shocking resemblence. This is a cute fun book I really like rhythm books for kids. This is the first book by Kristyn Crow and very cute after having Mrs. Crow speak at my childrens school and eating lunch with Mrs crow and hearing so much about this book it was a must have. This book relates to jazz music so much and the streets of a big city like manhattan. My kids really liked this book. I will be purchasing her next book out called middle child blues the second it comes out. She read it to us today and if you have a middle child it's a must have. Also has another coming out in 2010 called skeleton cat. She is a amazing picture book author and I would recommend her books to any child, this book grabbed the attention of all of my kids ages 12-8 and kept them excited.

  • Got this book at the library for my son and he loves it so much I had to buy it.

  • Love it. So much so I bought one for a friend as a gift. This is a great story of a non trad dad who is admired by son.

  • I bought this book for my son after I attended a workshop with the Author, Kristyn Crow. My son requests this book every night and love's listening to his Dad read it to him. It's upbeat and so fun! Everyone in the family loves this book ages, 11, 8, 5, 14 months old. I love the illustrations. Very creative and great book.

  • My four year old doesn't understand Jazz or scat, but he does love the funny rhymes and the enjoyable beat/tempo of this book. It's a fun book to read to him.

  • Wow! Terrific book. My son and I couldn't stop talking in "scat" to each other after we finished reading this. Lively rhythmic text (very fun to read aloud) and fabulous jazzy illustrations. This book is wonderful on so many levels--as a celebration of jazz music, an affectionate tribute to New York City, a charming tale of daddy worship . . .

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