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Yes yes and yes And that's only the beginning Stuck is Oliver Jeffers' most absurdly funny story since The Incredible Book Eating Boy Childlike in concept and vibrantly illustrated as only Oliver Jeffers could here is a picture book worth rescuing from any tree. My first book of 2018 And yes a children s book but who caresI own Jeffers book The Incredible Book Eating Boy which I often read to my five year old grandson We love that darn book and yes the MC EATS BOOKS So I decided to check out other books by JeffersThis one is also great where a boy loses a kite in a tree and proceeds to throw things at it trying to knock it down I explained to my grandson that this really happens it happened to me and that his grandfather and I threw sticks at the darn kite til it fell down A simple story and he loved itAnyhow when the boy throws a ladder at the kite my grandson immediately said Why didn t he climb the ladder and my response was cuz he s a boy in a book A great book regardless easy to read fast silly delightful another favorite I ll probably need to buy this one too D

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Stuck author Oliver Jeffers

From the illustrator of the #1 smash The Day the Crayons uit comes another bestseller a giggle inducing tale of everything tossed thrown and hurled in order to free a kiteWhen Floyd's kite gets stuck in a tree he's determined to get it out But how Well by knock. I didn t really get this one I m afraid The humor didn t amuse me and I felt so annoyed with the boy for being selfish and irresponsible I know it s supposed to be outrageous and unrealistic and funny but I guess it just didn t work for me I did find some humor in the illustrations but I have to agree with other reviewers here who found the cursive like style of the writing a bit difficult to read and don t think this would be the best book for a child learning to read

Oliver Jeffers ↠ 5 Summary

Ing it down with his shoe of course But strangely enough it too gets stuck And the only logical course of action is to throw his other shoe Only now it's stuck Surely there must be something he can use to get his kite unstuck An orangutan A boat His front door. Clare my wife is an infant teacher but she s recently been tasked with setting up and stocking the library so she occasionally brings home books to show me The ones she thinks I ll like For example The Red Tree This time it was two Oliver Jeffers books this one and The Incredible Book Eating Boy I have to say they are just about perfect Funny silly delightful and addictive In this one a boy gets his kite stuck up a tree and throws a shoe to dislodge but the shoe gets stuck as well so he throws other things up and they all get stuck so then he fetches a ladder and well that would be giving it awayStrangely the day after reading I picked up the Guardian and there was an article by Jeffers about the debt he owes to Maurice Sendak that s why the boy in his first picture books has a stripey jumper an homage to his favourite monster in Where the Wild Things Are and also how his books are not children s books but simply picture books Because as he says I don t believe they are just for children I have met countless adults that collect picture books for themselves and they are growing in confidence about openly admitting this in a book signing ueue It s not for my daughter or a friend s nephew It s for me Exactly


10 thoughts on “Stuck author Oliver Jeffers

  1. says:

    This is so so funny Wow It's the old lady who swallowed a fly meets Katamari Damacy or something like that Unexpected and the illustrations are lovely Floyd is a gem Get this and have some great laughs

  2. says:

    We've had this one for awhile but tonight I read it with the wee maggots again and realized I had never recommended it to

  3. says:

    I didn't really get this one I'm afraid The humor didn't amuse me and I felt so annoyed with the boy for being selfish and irresponsible I know it's supposed to be outrageous and unrealistic and funny but I guess it just didn't work for me I did find some humor in the illustrations but I have to agree with other reviewers here who found the

  4. says:

    This is seriously funny I can see the oxymoron there Illustrations are simply adorable 3

  5. says:

    Clare my wife is an infant teacher but she's recently been tasked with setting up and stocking the library so she occasion

  6. says:

    I am so so disappointed in this book I read a pre pub review and thought it sounded really cute possibly even storytime material However although the premise is great the pictures and importantly the text are not The font

  7. says:

    What makes this story funny is its ludicrousness I enjoyed the cumulative nature of the story and loved the fact that Floyd’s favorite shoe is his left shoe It is pretty amusing all that’s needed to retrieve a kite from a tree I do wish the ending had been different though I expected certain things to follow the kite coming out of the tree and they did not happen so weird ending one that I didn’t really enjoy but think you

  8. says:

    My first book of 2018 And yes a children's book but who cares?I own Jeffers' book 'The Incredible Book Eating Boy' which I often read to my five year old grandson We love that darn book and yes the MC EATS BOOKS So I decided

  9. says:

    Stuck is a hilarious little story about a boy Floyd who gets his kite stuck up in a tree The story follows Floyd in his not so logical thinking around how to get the kite down Firstly by throwing his shoe and yes that does get stuck too he comes up with many other strange and wonderful objects to throw up thereI came across this book whilst working in a Reception class in school The class teacher had decided to

  10. says:

    Audience This is a fantastic book for kids who like funny silly stories It is great for kids who like to read for humor as well as for teachers looking for a book to teach the reading strategy of making predictions It would also be a great choice for a teacher looking for a book to use as a spring board for a fun writing assignment