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The Great Corgiville Kidnapping By Tasha Tudor,

  • Title: The Great Corgiville Kidnapping
  • Author: Tasha Tudor
  • ISBN: 9780316866798
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • Caleb Corgi knows something is amiss in Corgiville A group of wily raccoons have come to town and have bought great amounts of stuffing and sage from the local market Then Babe, the town s prize rooster, goes missing Could it be that the raccoons have a most appalling feast in mind Caleb, part time private investigator, determines he will discover the perpetrators of tCaleb Corgi knows something is amiss in Corgiville A group of wily raccoons have come to town and have bought great amounts of stuffing and sage from the local market Then Babe, the town s prize rooster, goes missing Could it be that the raccoons have a most appalling feast in mind Caleb, part time private investigator, determines he will discover the perpetrators of the dastardly deed, and the result is a thrilling rescue involving a hot air balloon Wittily told and superbly illustrated by the inimitable Tasha Tudor, this will be a welcome addition to the paperback shelves.
    The Great Corgiville Kidnapping Caleb Corgi knows something is amiss in Corgiville A group of wily raccoons have come to town and have bought great amounts of stuffing and sage from the local market Then Babe the town s prize roost

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    1. This was delightful Yes at once there was a chipmunk or squirrel in panic spurting astrixes but over all this has so much to offer There are so many references to classics and early literature that it makes the tale interesting beyond it s own plot but open for much discussion as well We borrowed it fromthe library and used it as a read aloud before bed tonight It was perfect for my almost four year that hung on every word and identified in the pictures whatever I had just read in the text My al [...]

    2. Not sure how kid appropriate this one is, you know, due to the swearing squirrel in the first few pages and all But it is making me laugh, and reading it in a suspicious P.I voice is fun for the kids Oh, and the swear words look like this , with a note in brackets about how it s unprintable My kids can t read, and don t even know that I m either skipping parts of the story or making up my own words They just know I m laughing, so they think the story is interestingwin win Should be interesting t [...]

    3. Really cute story for children What I like best about the book is the vocabulary THis book uses so many great words that I could teach to my kids while reading the book to them This book isn t dumbed down at all Though the story is a little long, I feel like it kept my preschooler s attention, as well as exposing her to new vocabulary words.

    4. This book was very long for reading out loud and especially for my four year old s attention But I loved the charming style of the telling even if he didn t I just think it s a better read to yourself than read aloud Also, the illustrations are lovely and imaginative and deserve lots of time and attention.

    5. Caleb Corgi uses his detecting skills in a case of a kidnapped rooster This was a good, cozy mystery style picture book told from the perspective of an educated dog The action takes place in an old New England style town, peopled with anthropomorphic animals.

    6. Still clever and beautiful but I didn t enjoy it as much as the first book More like a chapter book than a picture book, it includes great vocabulary and imagination.

    7. This book is really boring and long winded The illustrations are nice, but a little rougher than The Corgiville Fair It seems like Tasha Tudor was in a hurry when she drew them.

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