!!> KINDLE ➜ Man Gave Names to All the Animals ❤ Author Bob Dylan – Varanus.us

Man Gave Names to All the Animals Whimsical And Witty, Man Gave Names To All The Animals First Appeared On Bob Dylan S Album Slow Train Coming In 1979 Illustrator Jim Arnosky Has Now Crafted A Stunning Picture Book Adaptation Of Dylan S Song That S A Treat For Both Children And Adults, With Breathtaking Images Of Than 170 Animals Plus A CD Of Dylan S Original Recording.The Revered Musical Legend Rarely Allows His Songs To Be Illustrated, And Arnosky Has Done The Song Proud With A Parade Of Spectacular Creatures Ready To Receive Their Names Until The Surprise Ending, When Children Get To Name An Animal Themselves

!!> KINDLE ➜ Man Gave Names to All the Animals  ❤ Author Bob Dylan – Varanus.us
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Man Gave Names to All the Animals
  • Bob Dylan
  • English
  • 20 September 2018
  • 1402768583

    10 thoughts on “!!> KINDLE ➜ Man Gave Names to All the Animals ❤ Author Bob Dylan – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    I have a few reasons for beginning to review the children s books that I read to my son I ll eventually forget how most of them are Also, children s books are extremely expensive, and I m sure people come to Goodreads all the time to get recommendations before they waste money Finally, I m behind on my reading goals and need to pad my numbers shameless Anyway, my son absolutely LOVES this book He is 16 months old and it is the first and only book he calls for by name The refrain is rhythm I have a few reasons for beginning to review the children s books that I read to my son I ll eventually forget how most of them are Also, children s books are extremely expensive, and I m sure people come to Goodreads all the time to get recommendations before they waste money Finally, I m behind on my reading goals and need to pad my numbers shameless Anyway, my son absolutely LOVES this book He is 16 months old and it is the first and only book he calls for by name The refrain is rhythmic and fun and will appeal to kids much older than m...


  2. says:

    Great illustrations, fun rhymes, clever ending, Bob Dylan music Kate and I enjoyed saying Uh, oh at the end We played the track over and over again, and the girls had fun dancing to it.


  3. says:

    This book is beautifully illustrated, but the story song is also fantastic It s the Bob Dylan song that many are familiar with and it comes with the CD with the song on it It s actually a children s CD that I don t go crazy listening to after the 500th time And trust me, we have probably really listened to it 500 times My kids love it I put it in and the first time they just dance around Then the second time they sit and look at the gorgeous pictures in the book And then, they usually This book is beautifully illustrated, but the story song is also fantastic It s the Bob Dylan...


  4. says:

    I have to say I loved this song before it became a picture book It is a fun song to sit around and sing with friends The song was originally recorded on Bob Dylan s Slow Train Coming album, and is included as a single on the disc that comes with the book Colorful illustrations accompany Dylan s clever rhymes about how ...


  5. says:

    The art was really good But the words and the images didn t match A mountain goat isn t exactly a male sheep Although they look so much alike I might be the one mixing up the image and the name.


  6. says:

    Fun, goofy interpretation of one of Dylan shumorous songs Kids will no doubt be making animal sounds and interpretations when listening to this one I didn t especially appreciate that the the passage about naming the bull ended with a bull ...


  7. says:

    The illustrations are stunning and finding animals at the end of the book was a fun surprise


  8. says:

    the song is nearly 4 minutes longAR 1.8 and 0.5 pts


  9. says:

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm Visit us for new picture books reviews daily Hello, friends Today s book is a brand new addition to our home library, Man Gave Names To All The Animals, written by Bob Dylan and illustrated by Jim Arnosky, a children s book tribute to the 1979 song by Dylan.Using the lyrics of the titular Dylan song, we are brought into a world of wonderful wild animal...


  10. says:

    Man Gave Names to All the Animals is one of the coolest books I have ever had the chance to read Bob Dylan s poetic musical stylings supply the words for the book, but it is definitely all brought together through the eyes of the illustrator, Jim Arnosky The book itself takes the lyrics from the classic Dylan song from the title, and Arnosky delivers some of the most vivid paintings I have ever seen, creating an entire world full of animals of all types While the words of Dylan alluded to mor Man Gave Names to All the Animals is one of the coolest books I have ever had the chance to read Bob Dylan s poetic musical stylings supply the words for the book, but it is definitely all brought together through the eyes of the illustrator, Jim Arnosky The book itself takes the lyrics from the classic Dylan song from the title, and Arnosky delivers some of the most vivid paintings I have ever seen, creating an entire world full of animals of all types While the words of Dylan alluded toof a farm setting, the illustrator goes in a different direction and transports you into a jungle, where the normal pigs, cows and sheep take on an entirely new look and feel The book itself plays out just like the song does, with that last animal slithering away before being given its nameI would recommend this fan to EVERYONE interested in children s literature Not only does introduce children to a wide va...

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