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by Margaret Mahy

ePub The Boy Who Was Followed Home download
Author:
Margaret Mahy
ISBN13:
978-0460067232
ISBN:
0460067230
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Publisher:
Everyman Ltd (July 1, 1977)
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1677 kb
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Margaret Mahy is a master of this type of storybook Coming back to Mahy’s books, I feel a bit ripped off, because I was born after this book was published, and . .

Margaret Mahy is a master of this type of storybook. In this classic, first published 1975, a boy is followed home by a hippo, then many hippos. A local witch is summoned to fix the problem. Coming back to Mahy’s books, I feel a bit ripped off, because I was born after this book was published, and I grew up in New Zealand (where Mahy lives) and for some reason I never grew up with her books. Instead, I was surrounded by the work of Enid Blyton and a whole lot of Disney stuff, yet something tells me that had I been introduced to these stories at the right age, I would have been entranced by the magic.

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Young Robert's delight in being followed home by a hippopotamus turns to chagrin as more and more of the beasts crowd i. Similar authors to follow.

A witch's pill is supposed to cure Robert of the hippopotami who daily follow him home from school-but there is one .

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When a hippo follows Robert home one day, he is delighted. It's a charming story about a boy who is virtually ignored by his wealthy parents. The ending is a lovely surprise.

It's a charming story about a boy who is virtually ignored by his wealthy parents.

Use the following examples for ideas as to how you might use picture books as mentor texts in your class. Illustrations fill in the words 1. The Boy who was Followed Home by Margaret Mahy, ill. Stephen Kellogg, pub. Puffin Books, 2010 2. Tad-cu’s Bobble Hat by Malachy Doyle, ill. Dorry Spikes, pub. Llandysul: Gomer, 2014 3. Whatever by William Bee, pub.

  • One of our favorite kids books and I wish it weren't out of print so I could get new ones for kids. LOVE IT!

  • This was one of my children's favorite books. My son is now a kindergarten teacher and I send him books for his classroom since he teaches at an inner city school with limited funding. It is now a favorite of his students. Marvelous pictures, sweet fun story. I look forward to reading it to my grandchildren someday.

  • My favorite children's book ever. Fabulous humorous drawings are great for kids and adults reading aloud. Kellog is a master illustrator/entertainer and Mahey is a fab story teller!

  • great for 3 year old grandson

  • This picture book delights all of my students, young and older. In addition to a cute, imaginative story, the language is rich and varied and is a great teaching tool for vocabulary and word usage. I am a speech/language pathologist and am always looking for books like this that I can use in my practice.

  • Had this book as a child. So happy I can share it with my kids now. The book was in great shape and my children have enjoyed the story and illustrations.

  • This book is hilarious, even for adults. Second graders love it.

  • I love the drawings and stories