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by Judy Schachner

eBook Skippyjon Jones Lost in Spice epub
  • ISBN: 0545288703
  • Author: Judy Schachner
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic (2009)
  • ePUB size: 1719 kb
  • FB2 size 1295 kb
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Skippyjon Jones, Lost i. .has been added to your Cart. Best known for her Skippyjon Jones series, Judy Schachner has illustrated many of her own stories, including the much-loved Grannyman and its companion book, Bits & Pieces. She lives in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.

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The Skippyjon Jones books continue to be amusing and well-written. Skippyjon Jones is a Siamese cat with big ears and a BIG imagination

The Skippyjon Jones books continue to be amusing and well-written. Schachner has a formula, and by sticking to it she creates fun stories for little kids to follow (and fun for parents to read!) The art continues to be interesting and good but not as polished as I prefer. I guess I can't get everything I want. Skippyjon Jones is a Siamese cat with big ears and a BIG imagination. In Skippyjon Jones Lost in Spice, Skippyjon Jones borrows Mama's red spice to ignite his journey through his closet into space. While he's in his imaginary world, he runs into some old friends and a family of Verde (Green) Martians.

Lost in Spice - Spices up children's books. Judy Schachner has done it again in her latest SkippyJon Jones book. My son loves the little Siamese kitten that thinks he's a chihuahua

Lost in Spice - Spices up children's books. My son loves the little Siamese kitten that thinks he's a chihuahua . and even other adults! Sadly, the 'PC' crowd thinks they're offensive (due to her adding a 'Spanish accent) but not at all. New the hardcover versions include a CD of Judy reading the books. Her play on words will have you chuckling!

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. A Bride for Alfie.

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

All of the Skippyjon Jones books have been HUGE hits in my classroom. The students love to hear them and laugh at this kitty boy's antics. From the very first book, Skippyjon has their attention hooked and they can't wait for the next one! A must for any teacher as even 6th graders love it!

All of the Skippyjon Jones books have been HUGE hits in my classroom. From the very first book, Skippyjon has their attention hooked and they can't wait for the next one! A must for any teacher as even 6th graders love it! 0.

Judith Byron "Judy" Schachner (born August 20, 1951) is an American children's writer and illustrator. Her works include the Skippyjon Jones series. Schachner lives in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, with her husband, Bob, and a dog and her. Schachner lives in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, with her husband, Bob, and a dog and her two Siamese cats. Growing up, Schachner had a difficult childhood. She was born and raised in Waltham, Massachusetts, by her parents Edward and Mary Francis Byron.

Judy Schachner was born into an Irish Catholic working class family from New England. More books like Skippyjon Jones- Lost in Spice.

About Skippyjon Jones, Lost in Spice. The New York Times bestselling kitty boy blasts off into another hilarious adventure. A New York Times Bestseller, Judy is also known for her spirited reading of the Skippyjon stories. ore about Judy Schachner.

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Comments: (7)
VariesWent
These childrens' books are hilarious and enjoyed by both the reader and the child! You do need to read with excitement and an exaggerated accent so that the child will laugh and chuckle as Skippyjon Jones and his family come alive in the pages!. Some of the books have a CD by the author included, which is a positive escape plan for the parent or grandparent who might lack the skills of becoming Skippyjon Jones. Prepare to travel on this kitty's journey through the closet and into his imagination and magical world!! You won't regret it!!
catterpillar
Great book. My kids love the humor in this series. It’s fun to read out loud.
Tall
Shipping was on time, the book was in great condition. My kids are in love with this book! The entire Skippyjon Jones series has been incredibly well-received.
Yanthyr
I love Skippyjon books. Cracks me up when it's time to read to student. Fun for both of us.
Clever
If you are new to Skippyjon Jones, this would not necessarily be the book I would start with. However, here is what you need to know: Skippy lives with his mother (Mama Junebug Jones) and his 3 sisters. El Skippito Friskito has ears that are too big for his head and a head that is too big for his body, which has led him to conclude he is not a Siamese cat but a chihuahua bound for adventures with his chihuahua pack - Los Chimichangos.

In this adventure, Skippito borrows Mama's red spice (has she finally lost it? Why possibly would she let him take it? She warns him not to sprinkle it...but it's SKIPPY). Off to douse his bed in red, Skippy decides to visit the red planet (Mars) and who should he meet but Los Chimichangos setting up a chili powder pipeline (that's why Mars is red). Becoming separated from his amigos, Skippy collides with his one-eyed green twin - the martian version of the kitty boy. They fight over a sock monkey and Skippito returns home in time for Mama to discover what he has done with her spice.

Many elements of the story remain the same - rampant use of fun language peppered with Spanglish. However, unlike past installments, Schachner does not spend as much time repeating the Spanish into English ensuring we comprehend. The catchy little tunes (clap! clap!) are present as well. However, I felt like this book had less of an actually climax and story line. There was no bandito or bobblehead to beat - no peas to recover - rather he came, he saw, he went. All in all, while catchy and upbeat, it was not my favorite Skippy installment. However, what really matters is the kids - and they loved it - although it does not beat Skippyjon Jones in Mummy Trouble for them either which had very clever rhymes and puns. Even the lines "Do you like rice and beans" "Yes, I like mice and beans" "I think he might be the dog of our dreams" Skippyjon Jones beat this book in terms of memorability and humor. However, the story line is still funny and original, and I REALLY like the emphasis on using ones imagination (although the rampant peppering of his room with chili powder is not something I would like my kids to emulate).

One little note, the hardback version comes with a CD. I don't know if this is a fluke or not, but our CD does not come up properly with the book title and author - rather another title/author which is not too kid appropriate name wise. However, it is still the correct story read by the author. I will be attempting a different computer before contacting the publisher. If you listen using a CD player, this likely wouldn't even be noticeable. It is a great addition, as Schachner is an excellent story teller.

Bottom line: Not my favorite in the series, but still highly recommended.
Ygglune
I love Skippyjon Jones Books. I buy every one and own every one. I have been reading them to my elementary students for years now. They are funny and the illustrations are precious. The students even learn a few words of Spanish and read in your very best Spanish voice, you will have the kids laughing. It's a great interactive book that has imaginations going wild!
Dainris
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Great story, high quality book, great service as always!!
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