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The Pigeon Finds A Hot Dog !

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Pigeon Finds A Hot Dog

Hyperion Book CH

Author: Mo Willems
Package Quantity: 1


Pigeon learns about sharing when a curious duckling keeps asking questions about the hot dog Pigeon has found.
Written by Mo Willems and it was published in April of 2004 by Hyperion Book CH. The children's book is for ages 24 months+ and is all about Pigeons along with Humorous stories, Sharing and Ducks and it is regarded as smart fiction. This version is the 1st ed. of the child's book is 40 pages long and it provides you with various amazingly colored illustrations. To take advantage of the discount I ran across, click on our store link.

When Pigeon finds a delicious hot dog, he can hardly wait to shove the complete factor in his beak. In this hilarious follow-up to the acclaimed Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! Who will probably be the more clever bird? Mo Willems has created another avian adventure that encourages children to share even their most prized processed foods. The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog! then a very sly and hungry duckling enters the scene and wants a bite. might be the companion to Mo's initial children's book, Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! . But. Mo Willems is a six-time Emmy Award-winning writer and animator for Sesame Street along generating use of the head writer of Cartoon Network's Code Name: Kids Next Door. He is also the author of Time to Pee!

Sesame Street veteran and Emmy Award-winner Mo Willems returns using a fast, funny follow-up to Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! A celebration in a bun! In the prior Pigeon book, author and illustrator Willems expertly distilled the escalating emotions of preschoolers all too anxious to acquire their way. Yummy! In the end, of course, the clever duckling gets his way--and half from the hot dog:"You know, you're pretty smart for a duckling. Hey, I'm a curious bird."(Ages Baby to Preschool) --Paul Hughes The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog--also a easy and sparsely illustrated story--explores the flip side of that coin, exposing the poker-face persuasive powers of young negotiators."Then along comes the duckling,"scooty scoot scoot! Yummy! The pigeon just wants to greedily eat the hot dog that he's found:"Oooooh! Would you say that it tastes like chicken? . --only this time, the short-tempered pigeon faces his perfect foil inside a"special guest star"duckling. A hot dog!", but then he soon suspects the little bird might have designs on his delicious dog."At first, the pigeon entertains the duckling,"Each morsel is genuinely a joy!"with his insistent concerns about hot dogs:"What do they taste like? . Yummy!


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