Free eBook Ribbit Rabbit download

by Candace Ryan

Free eBook Ribbit Rabbit download ISBN: 0802721818
Author: Candace Ryan
Publisher: Walker Childrens (February 1, 2011)
Language: English
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Size MP3: 1829 mb
Size FLAC: 1749 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Ribbit Rabbit is a cute little book that I think parents or teachers can read to show how arguing over toys is fruitless

Ribbit Rabbit is a cute little book that I think parents or teachers can read to show how arguing over toys is fruitless. This book is creative and funny. Little kids will love the repetition of the Ribbit Rabbit with the changing calls for the variations in the story line. In her Candace Ryan lives and works in a Los Angeles-based toy museum curated by her 5 year-old son. She tinkers with words when she can find her pen in a pile of robots and Japanese monsters.

Frog and Bunny are best friends. For children who have moved up to Easy Readers mi Ribbit Rabbit by Candace Ryan is about a frog and a bunny who are best friends. They do everything together until they have a falling out. Trying to go their own way doesn't work out either.

But such close proximity can breed a case of the grumps. They even eat peanut-butter sandwiches together. But such close proximity can breed a case of the grumps. They squabble over a toy robot, which goes "beep boop, boop beep. They stop talking to one another, but "they know what they have to d. Make up, that's what. These two are self-starters who can figure out their acrimony for themselves, which is a relief from being told what to do or stumbling upon the right thing by accident. The rhythmic, onomatopoeic text is a pretty music, the kind of song you'd sing in the dark to lift your spirits. RIBBIT, RABBIT! They do everything together, like fight monsters (ZIP IT, ZAP IT!). Frog and Bunny are best friends. And even though they get in fights sometimes-YIP IT, YAP IT!-they always make up in the end. Ribbit, Rabbit features an effortlessly clever text that, in less than 150 words, captures the ups and downs of young friendships.

Ribbit, Rabbit features an effortlessly clever text that, in less than 150 words, captures the ups and downs of young friendships.

Ribbit, Rabbit features an effortlessly clever text that, in less than 150 words, captures the ups and downs of young friendships. Combined with adorably hip and fresh illustrations and an irresistible package, Ribbit, Rabbit is the perfect choice for the youngest of readers.

Candace Ryan is also the author of Ribbit Rabbit and Animal House. She spent nine years as a special education teacher and now lives in Southern California with her husband and young son. bookbookerbookest. Mike Lowery is an illustrator, fine artist, and graphic designer. He is the illustrator of Ribbit Rabbit, as well as Jo Nesbo's novel Doctor Proctor's Fart Powder. Mike is also a professor of illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Candace Ryan, Mike Lowery. Frog and Bunny are the best of friends. They do everything together - like fight monsters! Ribbit, rabbit. Zip it, zap it. And even though they don't always get along. Trip it, trap it. They always make up in the end. Ribbit, rabbit. Ribbit Rabbit combines a simple, endearing text from Candace Ryan with unique and fresh illustrations from designer Mike Lowery.

Ribbit Rabbit combines a simple, endearing text from Candace Ryan with unique and fresh illustrations from designer Mike Lowery.

People: RYAN, Candace. Предметы: LITTLE Sister Rabbit Gets Lost (Book), NILSSON, Ulf, BEARD, Susan, ERIKSSON, Eva, ANIMALS, FICTION. Добавить в избранное. Читать онлайн PDF-полный текст.

Frog and Bunny are best friends. RIBBIT, RABBIT! They do everythingtogether, like fight monsters (ZIP IT, ZAP IT!). And even though theyget in fights sometimes-YIP IT, YAP IT!-they always make up in the end.

Ribbit, Rabbit features aneffortlessly clever text that, in less than 150 words, captures the upsand downs of young friendships. Combined with adorably hip and freshillustrations and an irresistible package, Ribbit,Rabbit is the perfect choice for the youngest of readers.

User reviews
Adrietius
This and Moo Hoo (same author) are my 2yo's favorite books. He loves the rhymes and the art is adorable. Looking forward to a third book in the series!
Zacki
My daughter, 2 years can't get enough of this book. Its teaches a kids about sharing while the illustrations are so cute and fun!
Sha
This has been a major hit in my kindergarten classes. It's got cool wording in it like wibbit wabbit, dip it, dab it, nip it, nab it, yip it, yap it........this is a book full of fun language for kids to wrap their brains around and maybe try and interpret what frog and bunny are trying to say to each other.

I thought this was going to be a fast read but I took time to focus on the conflict in bunny and frog's friendship. They love playing together but they sure don't like sharing things. That's a recipe for friendship disaster. A showdown over a robot causes a riff between them. But the robot won't work if they don't get over their sharing issues which they quickly realize as they sit alone. They also take a moment to think about each other (this is the part I care about). Feelings are more important than toys. So important for kids to learn this. Amends are made quite sweetly between them. I'm all for amends in books. Another perfect kindergarten social skills story on my shelf. Be sure to pull in a frog and a bunny puppet or if you can. Makes for a much more impactful lesson. I found a toy robot for kids to role play with also.
Qwne
Candace Ryan has a gift that makes for a particularly intriguing type of picture book--she's a master of wordplay. I'm guessing she's good at Scrabble, too!

In Ribbit Rabbit, the author uses a mere smattering of words to create an entire plot about two friends and their interactions. Here's how the story begins:

Frog and Bunny are BEST friends.
Ribbit Rabbit.
Rabbit Ribbit.

They go swimming together.
Ribbit Rabbit.
Dip it, dab it.

Amazingly, all of the pair's activities, including a quarrel-and-making up scenario, are then chronicled using the same rhyme pattern. I think my favorite phrase is what is said when they eat peanut butter sandwiches. And there's a whole subplot about a robot toy which leads to a couple of new sounds on the very last page...

Illustrator Mike Lowery has a refreshing new illustrative style that plays particularly well in this book made up entirely of non-white pages of various hues. The predominant colors are beige, blue, green, and a brown-orange shade. Lowery's figures are drawn quite simply, but their facial expressions manage to say a great deal, e.g., when Bunny is shown wrapping something, his brows furrowed and his little tongue sticking out with concentration.

I like the way Frog and Bunny engage in imaginative play, the kinds of things they fight over, and the earnest way they make up. The few sentences given in addition to the rhymed phrases are thoughtfully selected. The author has a particularly good way of explaining what happens when two friends quarrel--how fighting can start out small and grow bigger. "Until every big and little thing makes them fight." Then after Frog and Bunny have quarreled, we are told, "And they find themselves all alone." This theme has been covered in dozens of picture books, but there's something especially sensitive about how it is handled in this book.

So, while lots of people out there are rhyming, few of them are creating stories quite as complex and emotionally satisfying as Ribbit Rabbit. It makes me smile to think that Candace's rather sophisticated wordplay is put through its paces in the seemingly humble context of a book for small children. The teacher in me says that little kids will not only like the sounds of this book and the way its story unfolds, they will also broaden their unconscious awareness about the possibilities of language.
Jum
My twins are almost four and since I read this book, run around saying, "Trip it, trap it!" I dare you not to repeat this book all day. It's cute, catchy, quick to read and has a good message about friends making up after fighting over a toy.
Buridora
A frog and a rabbit are best friends, until they begin to fight. First they fight over small things and then they fight over big things and then they fight over everything.

The charm in this little story lies in the sound of the words in this little story. Rhyme-y without being sappy-sweet-rhyme-y. And truly charming.

"Frog and Bunny
are best friends.

RIBBIT RABBIT.
RABBIT RIBBIT.

They go swimming
together.
RIBBIT RABBIT.
DIP IT, DAB IT."
Alsath
We read this book every night. My 2-year old tells me the story as we go along. He thinks Bunny and Frog are so funny and laughs at the things they do. It's also a great book about sharing and what happens when you fight over a toy.