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Lousy Rotten Stinkin Grapes Fox Wants The Grapes, But They Re Too High For Him To Reach He S Nothing If Not Crafty, And In This Humorous New Spin On The Well Known Fable, Fox S Scheme Is Taken To New Heights.

  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Lousy Rotten Stinkin Grapes
  • Margie Palatini
  • 12 January 2018
  • 0689802463

About the Author: Margie Palatini

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Lousy Rotten Stinkin Grapes book, this is one of the most wanted Margie Palatini author readers around the world.



10 thoughts on “Lousy Rotten Stinkin Grapes

  1. says:

    Funny satire inspired by one of my favorite fables Beautifully illustrated The only flaw is the implication that porcupines throw their quills, which they don t Fox gets what he deserves.

  2. says:

    This was a funny rework of the Aesop fable Fox and the Grapes Even though Fox views himself as a great strategist, he s unable to come up with a successful plan to get the grapes that are hanging in a tree He also is unable to recognize good advise when he hears it, because every animal that he asks has an alternate solution that he won t listen to despite it being a good idea I m going to assume that the grapes are growing in the tree, not from the tree Anyway, when he finally runs out of This was a funny rework of the Aesop fable Fox and the Grapes Even though Fox views himself as a great strategist, he s unable to come up with a successful plan to get the grapes that are hanging in a tree He also is unable to recognize good advise when he hears it, because every animal that he asks has an alternate solution that he won t listen to despite it being a good idea I m going to assume ...

  3. says:

    A funny twist on the Aesop s Fable of the Fox and the grapes Fox has found a tree from which a vine of beautiful clusters of grapes hang, and using his brains, he is determined to get them down to eat Finding that he can t reach them with his best jump, he enlists the help of some forest friends He builds a tower of animals to try to launch off of, but to no avail Each starts to offer better advice, but each time the fox explains that he is ...

  4. says:

    Fox devises a plan to get some grapes hanging from a tree With the help of bear, then beaver, then porcupine, then possum Fox isn t able to reach the grapes Finally possum ends up tossing the grapes down from the tree after many failed attempts.

  5. says:

    I do love Barry Moser s animal faces Palatini writes really fun folktale retellings.

  6. says:

    Pretty darn funny Goes to show that the fox isn t always the smartest marble in the bag And that it is important to listen to others.

  7. says:

    I had a lot of fun with this book Definitely a good one for read aloud time.

  8. says:

    Title Lousy Rotten, Stinkin GrapesAuthor Margie Palatini Illustrator Barry MoserGenre FableTheme s Being over confident can lead to your own failure, there is never one solution to a problemOpening line sentence Fox eyed a bunch of tantalizing grapes hanging from a vine growing high on a tree Brief Book Summary Lousy Rotten, Stinkin Grapes is the story of a fox who very desperately wants to reach the grapes at the top of the tree but cannot do so alone He enlists bear, beaver, porc Title Lousy Rotten, Stinkin GrapesAuthor Margie Palatini Illustrator ...

  9. says:

    Title Lousy Rotten, Stinkin GrapesAuthor Margie PalatiniIllustrator Barry MoserGenre FableTheme s Teamwork, Listening to othersOpening line sentence Fox eyed a bunch of tantalizing grapes hanging from a vine growing high on a tree.Brief Book Summary A clever and sly fox wanted the grapes hanging from the tree but couldn t reach them He recruited a variety of animals to lift him to the grapes but he still could not reach them eventually he gave up The other animals used the ideas that Title Lousy Rotten, Stinkin GrapesAuthor Margie PalatiniIllustrator Barry MoserGenre FableTheme s Teamwork, Listening to othersOpening line sentence Fox eyed a bunch of tantalizing grapes hanging from a vine growing high...

  10. says:

    A humorous picture book about thinking you knowthan everyone else Shame on Fox for stereotyping his friends Serves him rightWritten by Margie Palatini, illustrated by Barry Moser and published by Simon Schuster Books for Young Readers PB friendship stereotypes

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