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Hello World Happy County #1 [KINDLE] ❃ Hello World Happy County #1 By Ethan Long – Thomashillier.co.uk A graphic picture book compendium for preschoolers set in a Richard Scarry inspired environmentWelcome to Happy County where everyone is out and about The Bright Brothers are testing their newest inve A graphic picture book compendium Happy County ePUB ✓ for preschoolers set in a Richard Scarry inspired environmentWelcome to Happy County where everyone is out and about The Bright Brothers are testing their newest invention Hannah the Handywoman is hunting for her hammer And Mr Rhinehorn is just trying to get some sleepFrom Tina Tusker the County Commissioner to Dottie the Dog Walker and Cheese Louise—characters are living in a busy world full of early childhood subjects first words colors Hello World Kindle - numbers shapes simple maps naps school etc.

  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • Hello World Happy County #1
  • Ethan Long
  • 01 April 2016

About the Author: Ethan Long

Ethan Long is a popular Happy County ePUB ✓ award winning and internationally recognized children's book author and illustrator with over children's books a Theodor Seuss Geisel Award and an Emmy nominated television series to his credit Just about all of his awake time is spent writing stories drawing pictures and spending time with his family Since graduating from Ringling College of Art and Design in .

10 thoughts on “Hello World Happy County #1

  1. Baby Bookworm Baby Bookworm says:

    Hello friends Our book today is Hello World by Ethan Long first in the new fun and educational Happy County seriesGood morning and welcome to Happy County a bustling little town populated by anthropomorphic animals Everyone is just waking up but the town is already alive with energy the mail carrier is delivering packages Mr Grizzles and Ms Green are bird watching and Farmer Del is chasing down L’il Beaky the chick In a town like this there are plenty of stories to tell and plenty of things to learn and see so let’s get startedDelightful This Scarry inspired feast for the eyes is a fantastic blend of humor vocabulary storytelling and meticulous illustration Reading almost like a digest each two page spread has something new to offer be it the sprawling scenes of music festivals or construction sites with words to learn or details to discover or the individual stories such as Dottie the dog walker’s adventure which doubles as a counting exercise or Hannah the handywoman’s lesson in alliteration The stories – both big and small – flow seamlessly together making the reading experience feel like a cohesive story even as it covers a wide variety of topics and characters Long’s cartoon illustrations are fun and full of personality and the story’s length is brief yet lends itself to hours of rereading and close perusal of the art for young readers JJ really enjoyed this one and we highly recommend it for little bookworms building their vocabulary We look forward to seeing of this series; Baby Bookworm approvedNote A copy of this book was provided to The Baby Bookworm by the publisher in exchange for an honest review

  2. Tasha Tasha says:

    The first in the new Happy County series this picture book invites plenty of exploration by readers The bright colored and vibrant pages are filled with details for children to explore The text in the book invites readers to look for specific things but it’s also great fun to just explore this world on your own too Some pages are filled with noises others with a uest for a great spot to nap still others with restaurants with signs to match Turning the page may reveal an up close look at a specific character or a wider view of the entire communityInspired by Richard Scarry this updated version is brighter and funnier It also offers a wider variety of activities to engage in The text is funny filled with puns and has a merry tone that invites readers to really have fun The illustrations are colorful and filled with marvelous details yet still have a simpler feel to themA great book for a trip this one will keep children happily busy for some time Worth exploring together too Appropriate for ages 4 6

  3. Barbara Barbara says:

    Happy County is a busy busy place and its animal residents are active and happy all day long In eighteen different installments each two pages in length readers are introduced to its citizens as they go about various tasks or pursue different interests There are amateur ornithologists a handywoman musicians and even a runaway chick who scampers over several pages Observant readers will delight in the puns and word play throughout the text and illustrations; for instance a moving van is labeled EWE HAUL and there are various examples of onomatopoeia on display here Even the conceit that each day ends on a happy note p 43 is likely to make young readers smile Featuring brightly colored graphite illustrations that were then digitally scanned this large picture book can serve as a good introduction to many topics for youngsters including animal sounds the layout of a neighborhood types of birds and places to eat

  4. Teresa Edmunds Teresa Edmunds says:

    This cheerful colorful book is part informational look and find and graphic novel all rolled into one Its target audience is preschool to first grade student Look and find books are very popular in our school's library so I know children will enjoy the book for that feature alone I liked that in addition to finding items the author has added finding shapes and colors The comic strip sections are funny and tie in with the adjoining pages My one slight criticism is that the narrative is at a much higher reading level than the target audience A young child will need someone to read along with them Reading with someone is never a bad idea though so that has its advantages too Overall a great book

  5. Nicola Nicola says:

    We didn't really enjoy this It's kind of like a disjointed look and find aimed at pre schoolers with mini comics mixed in It would have made sense if it were based on a tv show with characters that kids were already familiar withMiss 5 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library sometimes around particular topics or themes We try to get different ones out every week or so; it's fun for both of us to have the variety and to look at a mix of new favourite authors

  6. Beverly Beverly says:

    Possible contender for the Mock Caldecott Awards More like an activity book than a bedtime story This will give you tons of opportunities to help your child learn and get involved There are colors shapes characters and other items to be found on every page And considering it's Happy County #1 we can expect of the same to come along My favorite character of course was Miss Beverly who's a librarian

  7. Ashley Ashley says:

    There is enough of a story to compel kids to keep turning the pages but this is also a fun book to just sit and stare at for a while trace the roads try to say all the words Kids as young as 3 will enjoy pointing at all of the details in the fun cartoonish pictures and kids just learning to read will enjoy the challenge of finding every single thing on the page and naming it

  8. Jason Jason says:

    There's a real Richard Scarry vibe here but it's totally it's own thing Almost like an activity book but there's enough info about the characters to spark the imagination about all their lives in Happy County I normally skim through this sort of thing but I found myself engaging with the activities despite myself Well done

  9. Lisa Momblanco Lisa Momblanco says:

    I loved the book Hello World by Ethan Long I cannot wait to buy it when it comes out My students were thrilled with the variety of pages and that there were pages that teach you while you are hunting for items They have spent many reading sessions pouring over the pages

  10. Pam Pam says:

    Fun book that allows plenty of interactions with readers Thinks Scarry's Busy World styleLong offers specific challenges on most pages and offers detailed illustrations to further explore the book

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