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by Janet Stevens,Edward Lear

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  • ISBN 0152644504
  • ISBN13 978-0152644505
  • Language English
  • Author Janet Stevens,Edward Lear
  • Publisher Harcourt Childrens Books; 1st edition (June 1, 1988)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats mobi doc lrf docx
  • Category Children
  • Size ePub 1478 kb
  • Size Fb2 1606 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 426

Fanciful creatures, including the Stork, the Duck, the Owl, the Frog, and the Fimble Fowl come to build their homes on the Quangle Wangle's commodious hat.

And the Quangle Wangle said. To himself on the Crumpetty Tree, - "When all these creatures move. Vivien Noakes fittingly subtitled her biography of Edward Lear The Life of a Wanderer.

And the Quangle Wangle said.

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PreSchool-Grade 3- Stevens uses Lear's nonsense verse to display her fresh imagination and humor in this lively picture book

PreSchool-Grade 3- Stevens uses Lear's nonsense verse to display her fresh imagination and humor in this lively picture book. The Quangle Wangle Quee is a tree-dwelling creature obscured by an enormous beribboned hat. He is lonely, but not for long: a procession of animals (some real, some imaginary) discover him, seeing the hat as a possible home. A pair of canaries are the first to arrive, saying, "May we build a nest on your lovely Hat?

The Quangle Wangle said To himself on the Crumpetty Tree,- 'Jam; and jelly; and bread; 'Are the best food for me! 'But the longer I live on this Crumpetty Tree 'The plainer that ever it seems to me 'That very few people come this way 'And that life on the whole is far from gay!' Said the Quangle.

The Quangle Wangle said To himself on the Crumpetty Tree,- 'Jam; and jelly; and bread; 'Are the best food for me! 'But the longer I live on this Crumpetty Tree 'The plainer that ever it seems to me 'That very few people come this way 'And that life on the whole is far from gay!' Said the Quangle Wangle Quee

Readers never see the Quangle Wangle; only an occasional piece . Lear produced humorous alphabets and botany books as well.

Readers never see the Quangle Wangle; only an occasional piece of outrageous plumage or bird-like foot peeps out from under his ha. Edward Lear was born in Holloway, England, to Jeremiah (a stockbroker) and Ann Lear, tutored at home by his sister, and briefly attended the Royal Academy schools. Both an author and an illustrator, he earned his living as an artist from the age of 15, mainly by doing landscapes. What he is remembered for is his nonsense books, especially his popularization of the limerick. Along with Lewis Carroll, he is considered to be the founder of nonsense poetry.

Hat - by Edward Lear. Said the Quangle Wangle Quee.

The Quangle Wangle’s Hat - by Edward Lear. br On the top of the Crumpetty Tree br The Quangle Wangle sat, br But his face you could not see, b. . But there came to the Crumpetty Tree, Mr. and Mrs. Canary; And they said, - "Did every you see "Any spot so charmingly airy? "May we build a nest on your lovely Hat? "Mr. Quangle Wangle, grant us that! "O please let us come and build a nest "Of whatever material suits you best, "Mr. Quangle Wangle Quee!"IV.

The Quangle Wangle said To himself on the Crumpetty Tree, - "Jam; and jelly; and bread; "Are the best of food for me! "But the longer I live on this Crumpetty Tree "The plainer than ever it seems to me "That very few people come this way "And that life on the whole is far from gay!"

The Quangle Wangle said To himself on the Crumpetty Tree, - "Jam; and jelly; and bread; "Are the best of food for me! "But the longer I live on this Crumpetty Tree "The plainer than ever it seems to me "That very few people come this way "And that life on the whole is far from gay!" Said the Quangle Wangle Quee.

By (author) Edward Lear, Illustrated by Janet Stevens. We can notify you when this item is back in stock.

Life can get pretty lonely beneath a hat that's a hundred and two feet wide. But then along come Mr. Canary, who ask, "May we build a nest on your lovely Hat?" Following close behind are the Stork, the Duck, and the Owl, the Frog and the Fimble Fowl, the Pobble who.

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Agalen
Had the paperback version of this from early childhood – got an extra hardback copy to read to my own son. Great, imaginative book from an age before children's books were so lesson-heavy.
RuTGamer
Beautifully illustrated, fairly large print so my daughter can have a go at reading the words too. And it doesn't matter if she gets the words wrong!!!
Gela
This is a remake of the story which was first illustrated by Helen Oxenburg. While different, it has lost none of it's charm. The Quangle Wangle is a strange critter who lives in a tree and is lonely. But the hat is the key to the end of his loneliness. Strange critters, some real, some not so real feel the hat is the ideal location to nest in, live in, and reside. The strange procession of these wonderful animal, mixed with delightful verse make this a children's favorite. I do bet to differ with the professional library review here. I feel the verse the author uses is ideal for reading alound and have had no problem what-so-ever reading it to various classes. The illustrations in this book are great, the story is cute and this is one that will go down, eventually, as a children's classic. Highly recommend this one.
Shistus
Every child has a story that they demand to be read night after night, for about 2 years, until the parents become so bored with it that they dread beadtime. This story was mine. Or, I should ammend, the story I loved is still mostly here, but the pictures are far different and lacking in a lot of ways. Some of the most endearing characters seem to have vanished as well. Still the story is charming and silly enough for any child. The Quangle Wangle is a lonely soul in the top of a crumpet-bearing tree. One by one such animals as the "Blue Baboon that plays the flute" come and bring the Quangle and his hat new life. The author's combination of nonsense with a sense of innocent wonder are touching, and project the perfect warmth to send a kid off into dreamland. It's still a tale to love, but I'd give anything for an original copy.
Falya
I had this book as a child and it is something that I memorized so when my kids teacher asked for books to add to the library, this was at the top of my list. Edward Lear excels in using literary prose to entertain kids. Love it, and yes I did try to draw the face of the Quangle Wangle as I imagined he might look, when I was little. I miss being little!