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The Luckiest One of All epub

by Illustrated by Author Peet Bill


The Luckiest One of All epub

ISBN: 0233975306

ISBN13: 978-0233975306

Author: Illustrated by Author Peet Bill

Category: For Children

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Andre Deutsch (1983)

Pages: 32 pages

ePUB book: 1315 kb

FB2 book: 1375 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 328

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Aft Bill Peet was an American children's book illustrator and a story writer for Disney Studios.

Here, he points out the 'hassles' of life from the perspective of assorted animals, inanimate objects, and forces of nature. This went on for too long. Aft Bill Peet was an American children's book illustrator and a story writer for Disney Studios.

A moralistic poem, not Bill Peet's strength. In fact, I'd skip it for kids but as an adult I treasure the artwork, which is like a gallery of Bill Peet subjects including the inevitable dingy city, lovingly rendered barns and farms, a grumpy lion, a steam locomotive, a caboose. We've seen them all elsewhere in other Bill Peet books. Here, he points out the 'hassles' of life from the perspective of assorted animals, inanimate objects, and forces of nature.

The Whingdingdilly by Bill Peet (1982, Picture Book). This is classic Bill Peet! Rhyming text is set off by Peet's terrific artwork.

Illustrated by. Bill Peet. The Whingdingdilly by Bill Peet (1982, Picture Book). Новые 557,38 RUB. Б/у: 198,62 RUB. The Pinkish, Purplish, Bluish Egg by Bill Peet (1984, Paperback). a bird! Birds have it easy, they're the lucky ones.

William Bartlett "Bill" Peet (né Peed; January 29, 1915 – May 11, 2002) was an American children's book illustrator and a story writer and animator for Walt Disney Animation Studios. Peet joined Disney in 1937 and worked first on Snow. Peet joined Disney in 1937 and worked first on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) near the end of its production. Progressively, his involvement in the Disney studio's animated feature films and shorts increased, and he remained there until early in the development of The Jungle Book (1967).

Bill Peet is an amazing author/illustrator. We have several of his books and enjoy every one. This book is about the lesson of being thankful for what you can do and not wishing you were somebody or something else.

A Caldecott Honor book all about Bill Peet - a writer/illustrator for several Disney films and author of numerous children's picture books. What an amazing illustrator! I read most of his autobiography in grade (an odd choice for a grader, I know). Aside from his books, Bill Peet at one point worked as an animator for Disney. If you've never read it, I highly recommend "Bill Peet: An Autobiography," written by the extraordinary Disney story man. Bill Peet: An Autobiography.

List of the best Bill Peet books, ranked by voracious readers in the Ranker community. With commercial success and critical acclaim, there's no doubt that Bill Peet is one of the most popular authors of the last 100 years. A celebrated children's book illustrator, Peet was also a story. A celebrated children's book illustrator, Peet was also a story writer for Disney Studios.

Bought this to add to my collection and to read to my grandchildren. They enjoy it as much as my own children enjoyed the book growing up.
Bill Peet has always been one of my favorite children's book authors. Love the stories.
Pretty good condition.
One of the most wonderful books he's put out, along with the great drawings and story line.

Once through was not enough for a boy of about that age, and afterwards saw him trying to duplicate the kid and dog in some sketches. A great inspiration.
I have taught for 44 years from 1 to 9th grade and have used Bill Peet's books in every grade. They are also great for storytelling.
I found this book kind of sad and depressing, because everyone and everything portrayed within was innately unable to appreciate themselves, believing instead that 'the grass is greener on the other side.' Yes, the book's message is SUPPOSED to be 'enjoy being yourself; accept who you are,' but doesn't the book REALLY communicate the message that "everyone" wishes he or she was someone or something different? That very few, if any, are actually content with being who they are already? If so, that is a bad message that I do not want my children to 'buy' into!
Bill Peet is an amazing author/illustrator. We have several of his books and enjoy every one. This book is about the lesson of being thankful for what you can do and not wishing you were somebody or something else. Although it is fun every now and then to imagine how other people or animals or things would live, it's always nice to come back to how lucky you are to be you. And as always, written in the wonderful rhyming way that Bill Peet can do. He uses words that continually add to my 5 yr old son's vocabulary. I highly recommend this book.
I loved Bill Peet books as a child, and I still really like them today. I recently bought the whole set so that my children will have them, and realized that I remember every character and every plot from 20+ years ago when my parents read them to me. They really made an impact on me. The illustrations are cute and captivating, the characters are engaging, the stories and well told, and each book has a meaning. There are few authors who can create such a fine balance in childrens' books.