James Marshall

James Marshall

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THIS EDITION IS INTENDED FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Fox makes a film for Grannie, takes part in a magic show and puts on a play....

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Sensible Harriet has to rescue silly Winnie from the clutches of Mr. Johnson, who Winnie fails to recognize as a fox. Never were two chickens more different than Harriet and Winnie. Harriet kept busy with many hobbies, while flighty Winnie was often bored. So when that sly fox Mr. Johnson happened by Winnie"s garden, she couldn"t resist the chance to live a little and climbed into the basket of his balloon. Now it"s up to Harriet to save her foolish friend from Mr. Johnson"s fricassee pot—and there are chases galore, hairsbreadth escapes, clever disguises, and lots more tomfoolery before she does. James Marshall"s clever wit and lively sense of the absurd keep this hilarious romp rollicking along from start to cliff-hanging finish....

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Great friends aren’t hard to find—they’re right here! Houghton Mifflin is delighted to publish two more George and Martha readers. Using original art and text from James Marshall’s storybooks, the tales are reformatted for beginning readers.
Marshall’s themes are all resonant with a reading-age child—navigating the waters of first friendships, honesty versus kindness, curiosity versus privacy. These are the kind of deeply humorous, deeply true stories that inspire a love of reading!
In these two stories, George and Martha are still riding round and round on their delightful whirlwind of friendship.
Story Number One: The Attic Martha wants to tell George a scary story but scares herself before she can even tell it.
Story Number Two: The Surprise Martha learns to forgive George, but she does not forget.
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What a sweet child, says a newcomer in town about Goldilocks. That's what you think, a neighbor replies. For Goldilocks is one of those naughty little girls who does exactly as she pleases--even if that means sampling the three bears' porridge, breaking Baby Bear's chair, and sleeping in his bed. James Marshall's offbeat and inventive telling of this familiar tale will enchant readers, young and old. A delightfully irreverent retelling of an old favorite is illustrated with delicious humor and contemporary touches. -- Booklist, starred review ...

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Five new episodes in the friendship of two hippos: "The Tight Rope," "The Diary," "The Icky Story," "The Big Scare," "The Amusement Park."...

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Fox tries to earn the money for a new bicycle in several different jobs....

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The classic fairy tale is retold with a modern-day twist as the three little pigs settle into their new houses--one of straw, one of sticks and one of bricks--and find themselves threatened by a hungry, mean wolf. Reprint. SLJ. H. PW. ...

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Marshall breathes fresh new life into this familiar favorite with funny new dialogue and exuberant cartoonlike illustrations. As Publishers Weekly raved, "There are fairy tales, and there are Marshall's tales. Readers can be forgiven for preferring his over all the rest."...

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Sam and Spider build a tree house and go there with Lolly to trade stories....

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In five brief episodes two hippos confirm their friendship: "The Fibber," "The Experiment," "The Picnic," "The Scary Movie!," "The Secret Club."...

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The classic fairy tale is retold with a modern-day twist as the three little pigs settle into their new houses--one of straw, one of sticks and one of bricks--and find themselves threatened by a hungry, mean wolf. Reprint. SLJ. H. PW. ...

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A little girl meets a hungry wolf in the forest on her way to visit her grandmother....

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Like all best friends, George and Martha do everything together—go to the movies, play at the beach, and just hang around not doing much of anything. George and Martha teach each other (and adoring readers) that even in a close friendship, privacy is important, practical jokes can sometimes backfire, and among other things, pouring split pea soup into your loafers to spare the chef’s feelings is not the best-laid plan. A man with a talent for friendship, James Marshall defined its very essence in his stories about the world’s two best friends. In this volume, all thirty-five episodes are brought together to celebrate friendship and two of the most lovable characters ever created. Each of these brief tales is filled with humor, and James Marshall’s drawings are guaranteed to spark feelings of empathy, delight, and self-recognition.

This collector’s edition includes an introduction by MauriceSendak as well as appreciations by some of the top authorsand illustrators working in children’s publishing today.It is a true testament to James Marshall as an author, as an artist, and as a person that his work and his life inspired such a diverse and immensely talented group. Noted children’s book historian Anita Silvey provides an afterword.
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Five additional stories about the friendship between two hippos: "The Box," "The High Board," "The Trick," "The Job," "The Book."...

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Five vignettes continue the adventures of George and Martha, the two lovable hippos and their strong friendship....

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An illustrated collection of seven stories about various animals, including a frog with magnificent legs, a hungry brontosaurus, and a mouse who gets married....

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Fox was strutting his stuff, playing rock star, bouncing to the beat. But dreams of stardom vanish when Fox is forced to babysit with the Ling kids, who lead him on a merry chase to success of a different sort. 34 full-color illustrations....

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Five new episodes in the friendship of two hippos: "The Tight Rope," "The Diary," "The Icky Story," "The Big Scare," "The Amusement Park."...

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THIS EDITION IS INTENDED FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Fox makes a film for Grannie, takes part in a magic show and puts on a play....

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For more than two centuries, the adorable and clever poems of Mother Goose have served as a delightful first introduction to poetry. Here the Old Dame’s genius for timeless nonsense is happily matched by a gifted American illustrator who outdid himself in her honor. James Marshall has re-created classic characters like Old King Cole and Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater with his hilarious and witty illustration in this must-have picture book.
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Fox competes in a big race, gives away his comic books, and goes trick-or-treating on Halloween with his friends....

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Another quintet of stories about the pleasures and problems of a great friendship: "The Sweet Tooth," "The Misunderstanding," "The Hypnotist," "The Special Gift," and "The Photograph."...

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In five brief episodes two hippos confirm their friendship: "The Fibber," "The Experiment," "The Picnic," "The Scary Movie!," and "The Secret Club."...

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Fox competes in a big race, gives away his comic books, and goes trick-or-treating on Halloween with his friends....

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THIS EDITION IS INTENDED FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Fox babysits for the miserable Ling children, makes a big scene when he slips on a skate and hurts himself, and gets to lead the band in the big parade....

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Another quintet of stories about the pleasures and problems of a great friendship: "The Sweet Tooth," "The Misunderstanding," "The Hypnotist," "The Special Gift," and "The Photograph."...

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Here are five stories about two of the greatest friends ever to grace a picture book. George and Martha, Jim Marshall's dearly beloved, wise, and wickedly funny hippos teach each other the importance of honesty, companionship, discretion, humility, and consolation in this classic. This CD includes the bonus track, George and Martha Back in Town....

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Great friends aren’t hard to find—they’re right here! Houghton Mifflin is delighted to publish two more George and Martha readers. Using original art and text from James Marshall’s storybooks, the tales are reformatted for beginning readers.
Marshall’s themes are all resonant with a reading-age child—navigating the waters of first friendships, honesty versus kindness, curiosity versus privacy. These are the kind of deeply humorous, deeply true stories that inspire a love of reading!
Story Number One: The Clock George gives Martha a birthday gift that she just can’t seem to fit in her home.
Story Number Two: The Trip George and Martha use their imagination as they take a trip on an ocean liner.
Story Number Three: The Artist George and Martha learn about artistic interpretation.
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Dancing rats and cranky dogs are just a few of the characters in James Marshall's seven uproarious stories. Meet a frog who boasts about his extraordinary legs, an owl who's aghast when she finds a brontosaurus munching on the leaves of her tree, and a hungry cat who crashes a mouse's wedding....






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