ISBN 10: 1416970959 / ISBN 13: 9781416970958
Gebraucht / Anzahl: 0
Bei weiteren Verkäufern erhältlich
Alle  Exemplare dieses Buches anzeigen

Über dieses Buch

Leider ist dieses Buch nicht mehr verfügbar. Bitte geben Sie Suchbegriffe in das untenstehende Formular ein, um ähnliche Exemplare zu finden.

Beschreibung:

Buchnummer des Verkäufers

Über diesen Titel:

Bewertung (bereitgestellt von Goodreads):
3,45 durchschnittlich
(156 Bewertungen)

Inhaltsangabe: Book by Reichert Amy Boiger Alexandra

Críticas: Reichert embellishes a narrative style reminiscent of Laura Numeroff s in the If You Give series and presents a sturdy heroine evocative of Kay Thompson s Eloise . Many families will enjoy the interplay here between mother (efficient and loving) and daughter (sky s the limit).
Kirkus Reviews, January 1, 2012"

Violet proves to be a more benevolent, less spoiled version of Eloise those still too young for the labor force should get a kick out of seeing how easy it is to discombobulate the button-down mind.
--Publishers Weekly, January 16, 2012"

Boiger s whimsical watercolor illustrations show the charismatic little helper playing chair tag to liven things up in a meeting and teaching an adult how to add a snazzy personal touch by lying face down on the copy machine. Lots of cheeky fun that s sure to elicit giggles.
School Library Journal, February 2012"

Young Violet offers children plenty of advice for the professional world in this lighthearted tale that uses the circular, second-person style of Laura Numeroff s If You Give . . . series . Eloise-esque illustrations expertly capture the exuberant girl s innocuous misbehavior as well as all of the exhausted adults.... Children will relate to Violet s enthusiasm to return to the office, and adults will recognize the coworkers subtle eye rolling.
Booklist, March 15, 2012"

Violet is the perfect office assistant on Take Your Child to Work Day she helps the boss with his presentation, answers her mother's phone, and delivers packages to the mailroom. Her antics along the way "may" not be quite so helpful, but don't tell her that! Adorable illustrations by Alexandra Boiger ramp up the fun.
Scholastic Parent & Child, April 13, 2012"

Boiger s pencil and black tea drawings, punched up with bits of watercolor, effectively display time and movement with just the right amount of chaos as she sets adults off-kilter and places Violet everywhere at once. Sly comparisons of coffee breaks to school snack time and mid-afternoon slumps to naptime remind adult readers that they probably really did learn all they need to know in kindergarten, but what really makes this narrative work is the fact that Violet is clearly the heir to Kay Thompson s Eloise. Her obstreperous energy, brazen confidence in the face of adults, and even her body type, with its poochy little tummy and continually upturned chin, charm audiences for the same reasons that Eloise did, suggesting that every stodgy grownup space needs a pixie.
Hence this is one of those books clearly aimed at two audiences: the children who will delight in reading about a freedom they would never enjoy without serious consequences, and the adults who need reminding that yeah, it s tough, but they love their kids anyway.
The Bulletin of the Center for Children s Books, May 2012"

In these overloaded days of work/life blur, few parents need Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day as an excuse to drag children in . And what's not to like when you get there? The secret candy drawer, "all the fuss" of doting (or procrastinating) colleagues and snack time, otherwise known as coffee break. This "Eloise"-without-the-attitude (and let's face it, the office is no Plaza) offers an amusing and semi-informative take on what Mom does all day. It may also come in handy.
The New York Times Book Review, Children s Bookshelf, May 13, 2012"

"Reichert embellishes a narrative style reminiscent of Laura Numeroff's in the If You Give... series and presents a sturdy heroine evocative of Kay Thompson's Eloise.... Many families will enjoy the interplay here between mother (efficient and loving) and daughter (sky's the limit)."
--Kirkus Reviews, January 1, 2012

"Violet proves to be a more benevolent, less spoiled version of Eloise...those still too young for the labor force should get a kick out of seeing how easy it is to discombobulate the button-down mind."
--Publishers Weekly, January 16, 2012

"Boiger's whimsical watercolor illustrations show the charismatic little helper playing chair tag to "liven things up" in a meeting and teaching an adult how to add a "snazzy personal touch" by lying face down on the copy machine. Lots of cheeky fun that's sure to elicit giggles."
--School Library Journal, February 2012

"Young Violet offers children plenty of advice for the professional world in this lighthearted tale that uses the circular, second-person style of Laura Numeroff's If You Give . . . series.... Eloise-esque illustrations expertly capture the exuberant girl's innocuous misbehavior as well as all of the exhausted adults.... Children will relate to Violet's enthusiasm to return to the office, and adults will recognize the coworkers' subtle eye rolling."
--Booklist, March 15, 2012

"Violet is the perfect office assistant on Take Your Child to Work Day--she helps the boss with his presentation, answers her mother's phone, and delivers packages to the mailroom. Her antics along the way "may" not be quite so helpful, but don't tell her that! Adorable illustrations by Alexandra Boiger ramp up the fun."
--Scholastic Parent & Child, April 13, 2012

"Boiger's pencil and black tea drawings, punched up with bits of watercolor, effectively display time and movement with just the right amount of chaos as she sets adults off-kilter and places Violet everywhere at once. Sly comparisons of coffee breaks to school snack time and mid-afternoon slumps to naptime remind adult readers that they probably really did learn all they need to know in kindergarten, but what really makes this narrative work is the fact that Violet is clearly the heir to Kay Thompson's Eloise. Her obstreperous energy, brazen confidence in the face of adults, and even her body type, with its poochy little tummy and continually upturned chin, charm audiences for the same reasons that Eloise did, suggesting that every stodgy grownup space needs a pixie.
Hence this is one of those books clearly aimed at two audiences: the children who will delight in reading about a freedom they would never enjoy without serious consequences, and the adults who need reminding that yeah, it's tough, but they love their kids anyway."
--The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, May 2012

"In these overloaded days of work/life blur, few parents need Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day as an excuse to drag children in.... And what's not to like when you get there? The secret candy drawer, "all the fuss" of doting (or procrastinating) colleagues and snack time, otherwise known as coffee break. This "Eloise"-without-the-attitude (and let's face it, the office is no Plaza) offers an amusing and semi-informative take on what Mom does all day. It may also come in handy."
--The New York Times Book Review, Children's Bookshelf, May 13, 2012

„Über diesen Titel“ kann sich auf eine andere Ausgabe dieses Titels beziehen.

Bibliografische Details

Zustand: New

ZVAB ist ein Internet-Marktplatz für neue, gebrauchte, antiquarische und vergriffene Bücher. Bei uns finden Sie Tausende professioneller Buchhändler weltweit und Millionen Bücher. Einkaufen beim ZVAB ist einfach und zu 100% sicher — Suchen Sie nach Ihrem Buch, erwerben Sie es über unsere sichere Kaufabwicklung und erhalten Sie ihr Buch direkt vom Händler.

Millionen neuer und gebrauchter Bücher bei tausenden Anbietern

Antiquarische Bücher

Antiquarische Bücher

Von seltenen Erstausgaben bis hin zu begehrten signierten Ausgaben – beim ZVAB finden Sie eine große Anzahl seltener, wertvoller Bücher und Sammlerstücke.

ZVAB Startseite

Erstausgaben

Erstausgaben

Erstausgaben sind besondere Bücher, die den ersten Abdruck des Textes in seiner ursprünglichen Form darstellen. Hier finden sie Erstausgaben von damals bis heute.

Erstausgaben

Gebrauchte Bücher

Gebrauchte Bücher

Ob Bestseller oder Klassiker, das ZVAB bietet Ihnen eine breite Auswahl an gebrauchten Büchern: Stöbern Sie in unseren Rubriken und entdecken Sie ein Buch-Schnäppchen.

Gebrauchte Bücher

Mehr Bücher entdecken