[↠ Skippyjon Jones 1-2-3 || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Judy Schachner] #2020

  • Title: Skippyjon Jones 1-2-3
  • Author: Judy Schachner
  • ISBN: 9780525479567
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Board Book

  • Skippyjon Jones 1-2-3 By Judy Schachner Skippyjon Jones, the Siamese kitty boy who thinks he is a Chihuahua, can count He is one naughty kitty, with two big ears, and three little sisters Little ones will love to count along with him as he bounces his way from one to ten.
    Judy Schachner
    I was the last child and only daughter born to Edward and Mary Francis Byron on August 20th, 1951 in the city of Waltham, Massachusetts My oldest brother Ted was very good at art and my middle brother Kevin kept me laughing with his funny stories.Growing up we didn t have much money My mother was very ill, and to make matters worse, I was extremely shy All my teachers complained that Judith needs to speak up in class, Judith needs to improve in arithmetic, and Judith needs to finish her work on time But no one complained about my artwork On paper I drew myself a world where mothers were healthy and teachers were kind My life was perfection in pencil.In 1969, Massachusetts College of Art accepted me as a student despite my poor SAT scores I graduated in 1973 with a BFA in illustration and went straight into the greeting card factories which included a stint at Hallmark For five years I designed cute cards, sad cards, funny cards, and wedding cards I was not having fun in fact I never wanted to pick up a paintbrush again.Then I met my husband, Bob, and for the first time in many years I could step off the 9 to 5 treadmill and devote all my energy to creating a portfolio of children s book art That was until two little baby girls were born Then motherhood became my favorite new jobOver the years I read hundreds of books to my daughters Inspired by the art and words, I was moved once again to finish my portfolio and take it on the road to New York That s when I met Lucia Monfried.The most important relationship in publishing is that of the author illustrator and her editor I am most lucky to have Lucia With her gentle encouragement and wisdom she took me by the hand and helped me accomplish the impossible In 1995 I not only illustrated my first picture book but I wrote it too Willy and May was published to wonderful reviews and no one ever suspected my fear of semi colons.The great thing about my job is that one day I can be writing about history, as I did in Mr Emerson s Cook The next day I m drawing a wacky old woman for I Know An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie Or I can bring to life a beloved pet cat in my book The Grannyman I live in a constant state of 3rd grade bliss making up stories and drawing pictures Isn t that what we all did as children Several years ago the great author Lloyd Alexander stood in my back yard admiring my daughters Viking ship that s another story Never in my wildest fantasies did I ever think that my art would inhabit his world of words How the Cat Swallowed Thunder proves that dreams really do come true from judithbyronschachner b

    Skippyjon Jones 1-2-3 By Judy Schachner


    Kristi Bernard
    There is a lot parents can do with this sturdy board book for toddlers Beginners will learn to count to 10 in english and spanish Sturdy pages are perfect for small hands Humorous illustrations with this little kitty getting into mischief are fun and colorful The back page has a list of all 10 numbers with the correct spelling of each one.Parents will love this book for teaching eye and hand coordination, language skills, colors, number and .

    A board book that covers numbers 1 10 while showcasing all the adventures a little dog with big ears gets into The numbers 1 10 are shown in Spanish at then end.Babies and Toddlers.

    Bryant Schumacher
    Starring the recurring character from Judy Schachner s children s books, Skippyjon Jones, the chihuahua in a Siamese cat s body returns to show he can count to ten From page to page the book showcases Schachner s simplistic read a long structure and kid friendly illustrative style The flow of the book is smooth enough to hold the attention span of most kindergartners.The illustrations themselves are textural like they were produced with conte or watercolor pencil The figures pop out in high cont [...]

    Nice simple number book for those who like Skippyjon Jones.

    Skippyjon Jones, the Siamese cat who thinks he is a Chihuahua, returns in this simple counting book The series started with picture books, the first being called Skippyjon Jones, and this is part of a series of basic concept board books The book counts up from one to ten using elements of Skippyjon s life Each page features Skippyjon along with the appropriate number of items for each number The impressionistic pencil and watercolor drawings are well done and are on a simple white background To [...]

    I thought this was a cute book, funny how the cat thinks of being a dog This book contained a white background and the appropriate number of items as you count The illustrations are simple and it doesn t take up the whole page It only goes up to number ten, so this book is meant for really young children that might need your help to read it as they learn A great activity would be grouping some sort of things like blocks lego s cut out paper of various shape as they count up.

    Nivi Krishnakumar
    This is a great book for Pre K students and also for ELl students This will help the kids learn how to count from 1 10 Ell students will be able to visually see the number that they are saying out or learning This is simple enough for students to read on their own and also practice their fluency and reading.

    Umwhy does he see a Chihuahua in the mirror at the end Isn t there enough confusion about whether Skippyjon is a cat with big pointy ears he is or a Chihuahua he s not , anyway Is this tongue in cheek What s happening

    This Skippyjon Jones is just right for my story time crowd It is a board book, but I expect a light crowd tomorrow in this cold, so everyone should be able to get close enough to see the pages It also counts to ten in Spanish on the last page, so that will be fun.

    Angela Early
    This little cat has truly helped my son learn one through ten he just loves this mischevious little guy although to my son, he looks like a chihuahua there just seems to be something about this naughty little cat that appeals to toddlers.

    A simple board book, Skippyjon Jones counts all of his prize possessions This is for a younger reader, but the vocabulary would be too high for them to read on their own.The illustrations are fun and whimsical and a lot sparse than a full Skippyjon Jones picture book.

    B.E. Ringer Ringer
    Absolutely great counting book for kids My daughter loves the pictures that correspond with each number A different take on a counting book for kids Loved it

    Skippyjon Jones 1 2 3Schachner, Judya short counting book with our favorite kitten Skippyjon Jones

    Nice little counting book that includes numbers in English and Spanish.

    This book is decent for a counting book for children This book goes up to ten The illustrations were good for counting up to ten Nothing else spectacular about the book, but it was decent.

    Ryan Mac
    My son loves this book Skippyjon is one naughty kitty boy.

    This is a lot of fun

    This is what got us started in Skippyjon Jones Maddy loves the end, and tries to say it all the time Great little counting book.

    Even babies get a chance to love the adorable kitten with canine dreams

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      Published :2020-05-11T02:30:55+00:00