Father Fox's Pennyrhymes (2020)

Father Fox's Pennyrhymes Clyde Watson Wendy Watson Father Fox s Pennyrhymes First published in this spirited description of a year in the life of the Fox family is told by Father Fox An ALA Notable Children s Book of the Year for and a New York Times Outstanding Bo
  • Title: Father Fox's Pennyrhymes
  • Author: Clyde Watson Wendy Watson
  • ISBN: 9780060295011
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Hardcover
Father Fox's Pennyrhymes Clyde Watson Wendy Watson First published in 1971, this spirited description of a year in the life of the Fox family is told by Father Fox An ALA Notable Children s Book of the Year for 2001 and a New York Times Outstanding Book of the Year Illustrations.
Father Fox's Pennyrhymes Clyde Watson Wendy Watson

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  1. Zabrina

    I love this book The drawings are so engaging and the poems are memorable It made me wish I had grown up in some small town in New England When I was younger I would try to find other books by Clyde and Wendy Watson, but I didn t often come across them I should try inter library loans now that it is so easy to search It used to bother me that there wasn t a clear connection between the poems The works are set between the framework of a father telling stories to his kids As an adult I accept and [...]

  2. Kelly

    Lots of fun, quirky rhymes with detailed illustrations My two year old s favorite is, of course, Dilly, Dilly, Picalilli, tell me something very silly.Well, there was a chap, his name was Bert, he ate the buttons off his shirt He repeats it a lot And then falls over giggling and saying, That s silly We have a songbook that goes with it Father Fox s Feast Of Songs

  3. Hannah Givens

    Funny, folk y poems, but the pictures really bring the whole thing together They provide the context for the poems Father Fox tells, and add visual humor It s great The poems don t all have the same rhythm, so that s something to be aware of if you plan to read it aloud.

  4. Melani

    Father Fox s Pennyrhymes is an old picture book, first published in 1971, and one we had in our house when my sisters and I were growing up I have very fond memories of it and got it for Christmas this year I was a little worried that it wouldn t hold up, as it s been over 40 years since the first publication, but I think that it does What I remember most fondly about it, the amazing and intricate illustrations are still just as beautiful to an adult s eye.There isn t really much of a plot here [...]

  5. Nikki

    Cute lil rhymes with fun illustrations Everything flows fun off the tongue I can see little ones getting a kick out of it I was shaking my head though at the illustration of the little fox girl saying, I m going to marry a rich farmer But, that does come from it s time, 1971.

  6. Sue

    Dilly dilly picalilly Tell me something very silly.There was a chap, his name was Bert He ate the buttons off his shirt Silly Bert.

  7. Jo

    I grew up with this book, and the rhymes still pop into my head Don t you wish life was still that simple

  8. Laura

    I love the old fashioned backwoods style pictures as well as the fun, silly poetry Toddlers and beginning readers alike will love this book

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