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No Roses for Harry!

No Roses for Harry!

Écrit par Gene Zion

Raconté par Bruce Johnson


No Roses for Harry!

Écrit par Gene Zion

Raconté par Bruce Johnson

évaluations:
5/5 (8 évaluations)
Longueur:
8 minutes
Sortie:
Jan 1, 2004
ISBN:
9780545749411
Format:
Livre audio

Description

After receiving a rose covered sweater from Grandma, Harry is determined to lose it. He tries leaving it all over town, but it is always returned—until a bird catches sight of a loose thread and Harry's luck finally changes.

Sortie:
Jan 1, 2004
ISBN:
9780545749411
Format:
Livre audio


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  • (3/5)
    Nostalgia gives it four stars, current adult perspective gives it two. Cute, with a motif that kids can def. empathize with, but too simple, and the end is too implausible.
  • (5/5)
    My Review: No Roses for Harry! is a childhood favorite of mine. When Harry the white dog with black spots receives a knitted sweater from Grandma with roses on it, he plots to get rid of it if he can. The art is fun an playful and the story that unfolds is adorable with a wonderful surprise at the end. My Niece's Review: This was one of her birthday gifts when she turned one year old and she loved it! She kept pointing at Harry and squeeled as I told the story. Toward the end she was a bit antsy (because she's one) and wanted to hold the book herself, which I was happy to let her do, so she could look at the pages like a big girl.
  • (5/5)
    This book really made me laugh! The story is told well, and is simple enough for my two year old to follow, but complex enough for it to be fun and interesting for me.
  • (5/5)
    No Roses for Harry! is part of a series of books featuring the “white dog with black spots”. It was published in 1958 and I think my (taped & well-worn) copy of this charming tale was printed then.Harry receives a gift from Grandma: a green sweater with yellow roses. He doesn’t like it much and tries to lose in a department store, to no avail. despite his cleverness trying to disguise the sweater in the spots he leaves it.Then a bird unravels a loose thread and takes Harry’s sweater to build a nest. When Grandma comes to visit, Harry doesn’t have his sweater! But Harry’s story has a happy ending – of course. Zion’s story is delightful.What is it about Margaret Bloy Graham’s drawings? In this book, they’re line drawings with two colors- in this case, the green & yellow that are in the sweater. But what a use of those two colors! A house with windows with curtains and plants, clothes on the line, a toy truck, the sun, the trees, the other dogs, all in green & yellow. But the pictures are far from boring; they are full of detail while seeming simple.I love reading about Harry’s antics and looking at the house & town that Graham brings to life. Maybe I can’t be objective about Harry so I’ll only give this 4 stars. But then I’ll add another half for the sheer nostalgia. 4½ starsWritten by: Gene ZionIllustrated by: Margaret Bloy GrahamPublished by: Harper & Row, NY 1958