1 edition of On the loose in Washington, D.C. found in the catalog.
On the loose in Washington, D.C.
Take a tour of Washington, D.C. while finding the animals on each page that have escaped from the National Zoo, with simple, rhyming text and illustrations.
PK123 Childrens Plus, Inc.
|Statement||written and illustrated by Sage Stossel|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
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Like all the best children's books, On the Loose in Washington, DC takes the familiar and transforms it into something wondrous." -- Carolyn Parkhurst, bestselling author of The Dogs of Babel (a New York Times Notable Book), Lost and Found, The Nobodies Album, and the children's book Cooking with Henry and Elliebelly/5(10).
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Reception for On the Loose in Washington, DC: Recommended by Mommy Nearest D.C. as one On the loose in Washington 7 Books All D.C. Area Kids Should Have on Their Shelves: "You'll get a chuckle over all the satirical choices made by the artist, and your kids will adore finding the cuddly animals hidden among major Washington, D.C.
landmarks.". On the Loose in Washington, D.C. Roll over image to zoom in. More Views. Made in USA. On the Loose in Washington, D.C. Take a fantasy tour through the nation’s capital with Sage Stossel’s “Find-the-Animals” book.
One morning, the keeper of the National Zoo discovers a polite note from his zoo animals, informing him that they have Price: $ Like all the best children's books, On the Loose in Washington, DC takes the familiar and transforms it into something wondrous." —Carolyn Parkhurst, bestselling author of The Dogs of Babel (a New York Times Notable Book), Lost and Found, The Nobodies Album, and the children's book Cooking with Henry and ElliebellyBrand: Commonwealth Editions.
Get this from a library. On the loose in Washington, D.C.: a find-the-animals book. [Sage Stossel; Commonwealth Editions,] -- Animals have escaped from the National Zoo.
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Rooney who is going to Washing D.C. There is a girl in the class named Emily Arrow who can hardly wait because she never been there and she can't wait to get away from her little sister Stacy/5. Like all the best children's books, On the Loose in Washington, DC takes the familiar and transforms it into something wondrous."" --Carolyn Parkhurst, bestselling author of The Dogs of Babel (a New York Times Notable Book), Lost and Found, The Nobodies Album, and the children's book Cooking with Henry and ElliebellyPrice: $ Exciting news!: On the Loose in Boston has been selected by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh for his Suggested Youth Reading List ALSO AVAILABLE: On the Loose New York City Order from the companion web site.
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Over animals are hiding cleverly in favorite D.C. locations in. Children will have hours of entertainment finding the animals in On the Loose in Washington, DC - whether a monkey at the Library of Congress, a kangaroo at the Supreme Court, or a lion at the National Mall. Over animals are hiding cleverly in favorite DC.
On the Loose in New York City Prize-winning cartoonist Sage Stossel has created her fourth Find-the Animals book with On the Loose in New York City. Children will have hours of entertainment finding the Central Park Zoo animals out and about in Manhattan—whether a monkey on Fifth Avenue, a sea lion at the Natural History Museum, or a snow leopard in Times Square.
Washington, D.C., is the final installment in Gore Vidal's Narratives of Empire, his acclaimed six-volume series of historical novels about the American offers an illuminating portrait of our republic from the time of the New Deal to the McCarthy era.
Widely regarded as Vidal's ultimate comment on how the American political system degrades those who participate in/5. On the Loose in Philadelphia. Cartoonist Sage Stossel created her "Find-the Animals" bestseller On the Loose in Boston inin which animals from Franklin Park Zoo escape and show up in settings from Fenway Park to Faneuil Hall.
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