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by Robert McCloskey

eBook Make Way for Ducklings epub
  • ISBN: 0606038868
  • Author: Robert McCloskey
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Geography & Cultures
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Demco Media (September 1, 1976)
  • ePUB size: 1670 kb
  • FB2 size 1841 kb
  • Formats txt docx rtf azw


Make Way for Ducklings is a children's picture book written and illustrated by Robert McCloskey.

Make Way for Ducklings is a children's picture book written and illustrated by Robert McCloskey. First published in 1941, the book tells the story of a pair of mallards who decide to raise their family on an island in the lagoon in Boston Public Garden, a park in the center of Boston. Make Way for Ducklings won the 1942 Caldecott Medal for McCloskey's illustrations, executed in charcoal then lithographed on zinc plates. As of 2003, the book had sold over two million copies

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Make Way for Ducklings has been described as "one of the merriest picture books ever" (The New York Times). Robert McCloskey (1914-2003) wrote and illustrated some of the most honored and enduring children's books ever published. Ideal for reading aloud, this book deserves a place of honor on every child's bookshelf. This delightful picture book captures the humor and beauty of one special duckling family. McClosky's illustrations are brilliant and filled with humor. He grew up in Hamilton, Ohio, and spent time in Boston, New York, and ultimately Maine, where he and his wife raised their two daughters.

Make Way for Ducklings" should be gifted to every baby by its fairy godparents. I remember having it read to me when I was little and the clothes & cars of the illustrations were contemporary

Ships from and sold by jason kurt. Make Way for Ducklings" should be gifted to every baby by its fairy godparents. I remember having it read to me when I was little and the clothes & cars of the illustrations were contemporary. I read it to my sons, who loved the story of Mr and Mrs Mallard--that careful and competent mother of eight--and the compassionate policemen who stopped traffic right by the Boston Commons.

товар 6 Mccloskey Robert-Make Way For Ducklings BOOK NEW -Mccloskey Robert-Make Way For . There is a statue of mother duck and ducklings in the public gardens in Boston. The swan boat still operates on the lake. The story is told from the ducks.

товар 6 Mccloskey Robert-Make Way For Ducklings BOOK NEW -Mccloskey Robert-Make Way For Ducklings BOOK NEW. 1 194,16 RUB. + 187,03 RUB за доставку. товар 7 Make Way For Ducklings, Robert McCloskey, good for age 3-8 -Make Way For Ducklings, Robert McCloskey, good for age 3-8. 610,24 RUB. + 1 464,58 RUB за доставку. Проверенная покупка: да Состояние товара: Подержанные. оставлен vinagrette27. A Charming Book for Children.

Make Way for Ducklings book. Make Way for Ducklings is a Caldecott Medal award-winning book by Robert McCloskey and it is about how a family of ducks tries to live in the city of Boston. Make Way for Ducklings is a brilliant classic book that children will read over and over again. Robert McCloskey makes this book extremely cute as it is simply about a family of ducks trying to adjust to life in the city.

Знаменитая сказочная повесть Роберта Макклоски Make Way for Ducklings ("Дорогу утятам!"), опубликованная в 1941 году и получившая Медаль Калдекотта как лучшая книжка-картинка года.

Знаменитая сказочная повесть Роберта Макклоски Make Way for Ducklings ("Дорогу утятам!"), опубликованная в 1941 году и получившая Медаль Калдекотта как лучшая книжка-картинка года, имела в Америке такой успех, что власти Бостона установили в центральном парке памятник главной героине - маме-утке Миссис Маллард со всем ее выводком. Трех из восьми утят довольно быстро украли, так что сегодня скульптура закреплена арматурой и охраняется государством

Robert McCloskey, Drawing for Make Way for Ducklings ( There they waded ashore and waddled along till they .

Robert McCloskey, Drawing for Make Way for Ducklings ( There they waded ashore and waddled along till they came to the highway. In celebration of the 75th anniversary of the beloved children’s book set in Boston, Make Way for Ducklings (1941), this exhibition tracks the career of the book’s author and illustrator Robert McCloskey (1914–2003). The recipient of two Caldecott Medals and three Caldecott Honors, McCloskey was a major force in 20th-century picture book art, and Make Way for Ducklings: The Art of Robert McCloskey provides an opportunity for visitors of all ages to enter the author’s delightful world.

Trusted Since 1933! Robert McCloskey's Make Way for Ducklings. Starting and ending with adorable ducklings, this 60-year old story is still as charming today as it was when Viking first published it in 1941. There are no questions or answers for this item.

After raising her ducklings on a secluded island, Mrs. Mallard leads them to the Boston Public Garden to eat peanuts
Comments: (7)
Mamuro
I am now 78 , when I was three or four my mother, a teacher loved it, and bought and read it to me. Now we were from Boston so it kind of fit. When I was a little older I read it to myself several times. The same for my younger sister. Now a friend of mine ' s granddaughter will be getting this 75th aniversary copy with the map and cd for her 5th birthday. She loves books, especially her"nite nite" books and I can not wait to see her reaction, and hear about yours. A kind traffic cop, and a mother duck, and her babies trying to walk across traffic to get to the famous Public Gardens, how can you go wrong? Hope you love it.
Amarin
A delightful introduction to duck behavior from egg to adult.
Anyone who lives in or wants to visit Boston will appreciate the 1940s vision of ducks living between the Charles River and the Boston Public Gardens. McCloskey was an author/illustrator who brought a special gentleness and humor to his work for children. Every child and parent should read his books again and again: Make Way For Ducklings, Blueberries for Sal, A Time of Wonder, One Morning in Maine, are books that build appreciation for nature and human relationships.

I had a bizarre experience of driving in northeastern Massachusetts one summer day when I had to stop on a road near a lake to let a family of ducks cross. Of course, I thought of Make Way for Ducklings. That is not all that unusual where ducks spend their summers. What happened next was that NPR sadly announced the death of Robert McCloskey. I am not superstitious, however that was one amazing, touching coincidence.
Silly Dog
"Make Way for Ducklings" should be gifted to every baby by its fairy godparents. I remember having it read to me when I was little and the clothes & cars of the illustrations were contemporary. I read it to my sons, who loved the story of Mr and Mrs Mallard---that careful and competent mother of eight---and the compassionate policemen who stopped traffic right by the Boston Commons. I ordered a copy from Amazon a few weeks ago for my great-granddaughter, loving it just as much as ever.

Why does the book---the story and the illustrations---hold up so well over so many years and generations? The story tells of a kindly world, such as would make a child feel secure, warm, and happy: the loving parent ducks, the island in the lake of the great park where the swanboats still glide, and the police who care enough about little ones to stop traffic so Mrs Duck can lead her small family across the streets and into their new home in the park. The story tells also about a city, Boston, with the old squares, the state house, details from which the reader can take off with more stories for the little ones nestled close. And the illustrations in brown crayon (I think) are magical, individuating the ducklings, catching the quirkiness of the good citizens of Boston, bringing to our today the life of one spring day long long ago.

May you and your next generations delight in "Make Way for Ducklings" too!
Gholbirdred
This book is awesome and I am so glad I bought it for my nephew. Everyone should have an appreciation for ducks. The beautiful illustrations and lovely story line are unforgettable. Note, the illustrations are monochrome, with is less exciting to some children who prefer colors, but the artwork is stunning and inspiring to anyone who can appreciate it. My little nephew and niece love this book.
Thundershaper
I'm 58 and fondly remember growing up in Mass and going to Boston Common to ride swan boats and feed ducks every summer. I have continued this tradition with my daughter every year when we visit as part of our ritual. This book was a favorite classic from my childhood, was given to my daughter as a gift when she was a baby. We continue to pass along this classic to friends as a baby gift.
Oghmaghma
Impossible to adequately praise this classic. No child should be without this in their library.
DireRaven
Super cute book for kids about boston. I love it, my daughter loves it, and my son will love it too when he is older. If you love Boston and have kids, you need this book. EVEN if you DON'T have kids, I think you will love this book
Classic. I grew up in New England and spent about 15 years outside of Boston. I have enjoyed this book for over 40 years.

Regardless of your home, this is a wonderful book to read to your children. The black and white drawings are beautiful. The words are simple yet beautiful to speak.
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