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The King, the Mice and the Cheese e-book

Author:

Eric Gurney,Nancy Gurney

Language:

English

Category:

Children

ePub size:

1636 kb

Other formats:

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Random House Books for Young Readers (October 12, 1965)

Pages:

63

ISBN:

0394900391

The King, the Mice and the Cheese e-book

by Eric Gurney,Nancy Gurney


A king's wonderful cheese attracts local mice who overrun the palace. The Book is in pristine condition. I had no idea a book published in 1965 could be in such great shape.

A king's wonderful cheese attracts local mice who overrun the palace. Wise men bring in ever larger animals to chase away the animals who have only made matters worse. Finally, mice are brought in to chase out the elephants and king is back to where he started. Last scene is one of the mice at little tables eating their cheese as the king is enjoying his cheese.

This book begins with mice smelling and then eating cheese, so it could be used as a senses book. Students could smell the cheese in their classroom and then predict what they think it will taste like. The book could be used to enforce how our sense of smell can lead us to a certain type of food, since different types of food smell differently. This book can be used to teach cause and effect.

by Nancy Gurney and Eric Gurney. This is a wonderful story and both my 5yo and my 3yo love it (and I like reading it too)

by Nancy Gurney and Eric Gurney. This is a wonderful story and both my 5yo and my 3yo love it (and I like reading it too). The King wants to get rid of the mice and his wise men keep coming up with progressivly worse solutions until the King is right back where he started - and creative thinking saves the day! Great illustrations.

By (author) Nancy Gurney, Illustrated by Eric Gurney. Beginner Books have been designed to appeal directly to children through the use of humour, rhyme and bright pictures that can be 'read' even by the non-reading child. Some Beginner Books are simple stories, others are hilarious nonsense: both types have been designed to give children confidence and make them want to go on reading.

товар 3 KING, MICE AND CHEESE By Eric Gurney - Hardcover Excellent Condition -KING, MICE AND CHEESE By Eric Gurney . I remember this as a kid, and reading to my kids, and now my grandkids. Loved by each generation

товар 3 KING, MICE AND CHEESE By Eric Gurney - Hardcover Excellent Condition -KING, MICE AND CHEESE By Eric Gurney - Hardcover Excellent Condition. Loved by each generation. Проверенная покупка: да Состояние товара: Подержанные. Вам также могут понравиться. Текущий слайд {CURRENT SLIDE} из {TOTAL SLIDES}- Вам также могут понравиться. Stephen King Hardcover Fiction & Literature Books. Stephen King Hardcover Antiquarian & Collectible Books. Nancy Drew Mystery Hardcover Antiquarian & Collectible Books.

His first wife, Nancy Gurney, was his collaborator on several books including The King, the Mice, and the Cheese . After her death, Gurney married a second Nancy. They also collaborated on The Return of the Calculating Cat.

His first wife, Nancy Gurney, was his collaborator on several books including The King, the Mice, and the Cheese (1965). He was also the illustrator of other notable Beginner Books including The Digging-est Dog and Hand Hand Fingers Thumb. After her death, Gurney married a second Nancy References. a b c d e "NCS Spotlight On: Eric Gurney". National Cartoonists Society. Retrieved 2016-11-21.

Gurney, Nancy; Gurney, Eric, joint author. A king runs into trouble when he tries to protect his cheese from the palace mice.

The King, the Mice and the Cheese by Nancy Gurney, illustrated by Eric Gurney. I Wish That I Had Duck Feet by Dr. Seuss, illustrated by B. Tobey. Categories: Berenstain Bears. Groiler Beginner Book Series.

by Nancy Gurney; Eric Gurney. Published by Collins & Harvill. HOW THE WORLD WAS WON FOR MICE: THE DRAMATIC STORY OF SUPERMOUSE RAFFLES Written by Pamela Dalton. Illustrated by Jean De Lemos. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper. Orange pictorial boards with yellow spine. Humorous colour illustrations throughout. Some light bumping and wear along cover edges. Inscription in ink to verso of front endpaper. Wrapper is price-cut with edge-creasing; with some chips and nicks; grubby marks to front panel. Stock no. 1808265 Published by Kaye & Ward.

Like New Condition. No writing or highlighting in this book. The binding is in excellent condition. The cover is in Like New condition.
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This book is eternal. I read it to my children, and now I read it to my grandchildren. I don't know how many thousands of times we turned those pages. I replaced my beat-up copy with a new clean printing for my 3 yr old granddaughter, and watched her mesmerized by the beautiful pages, the colors, and the gorgeous graphics. In no time she got the story and could read it along with me. Great book. Could not find a better introduction to the joy of reading for a toddler.
Samulkis
This is a family favorite.
It has been one of my favorite books since I was 5 years old. The story and art are great! It's a well crafted parable that explains cause and effect and unintended consequences. I hope it comes back into print. I also wish there was an e-book.
Mysterious Wrench
The King the Mice and the Cheese was one of my children's favorite books over 40 years ago. Now that my friends and I have grandchildren, I've been hunting down copies and sending this book as a gift. The book teaches a marvelous lesson in terms that young children can understand. A king's wonderful cheese attracts local mice who overrun the palace. Wise men bring in ever larger animals to chase away the animals who have only made matters worse. Finally, mice are brought in to chase out the elephants and king is back to where he started. The solution? Bring back the mice and make a pact with them to share the cheese. Last scene is one of the mice at little tables eating their cheese as the king is enjoying his cheese. I still love reading this book to children and highly recommend it!
MegaStar
This was my favorite book to read to my daughter. Now she is a mother and I ordered another copy so I can have one copy at my house, and the other in the baby's library. I became familiar with the book from my mother who taught kindergarten and even the five year olds love the book.
Jeronashe
I remember reading my parents' copy of this book until it fell apart. The story still makes me giggle. I just wanted to share it with my kids, who appreciated it even though most of them are teenagers now. The story is light-hearted and silly, but with a very powerful message about learning to live with the problems you have instead of trading them for larger problems.

The artwork is hysterical, too.
Mall
Childhood favorite!! I love reading it to my grandchildren.
Kifer
Just as I remembered it, one of my favorites from childhood! Great condition, very happy to have this to share with my daughter. Packaging was so nice and was received quickly.
The Book is in pristine condition. I had no idea a book published in 1965 could be in such great shape. It was my childhood favorite and I was thrilled to find it.

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