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10 edition of Jumpy Jack & Googily found in the catalog.

Jumpy Jack & Googily

by Meg Rosoff

  • 81 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Humorous Stories,
  • Social Issues - Emotions & Feelings,
  • Social Issues - Friendship,
  • Juvenile Fiction / Social Situations / Friendship,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • Children: Kindergarten

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsSophie Blackall (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11276190M
    ISBN 10080508066X
    ISBN 109780805080667

      Jumpy Jack and Googily. Jumpy Jack is a snail that is afraid of monsters, and Googily is his friend that checks for the monsters where ever they go. It’s cute because obviously, Googily is a monster, but Jack doesn’t see it that way and Googily takes care of him. This is a cute and silly book that your kids will enjoy. Sophie Blackall is an Australian artist and illustrator of children's books based in Brooklyn, New York. She won the Caldecott Medal for Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World’s Most Famous Bear and the Medal for Hello Lighthouse. She has illustrated more than 30 books for children, including the Ivy and Bean series. Blackall has collaborated with authors such as Jacqueline.

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Jumpy Jack (a snail) walks with his best friend, Googily. Jumpy Jack is afraid of monsters and continually asks Googily to check behind the trees and around the landscape to make sure no monsters are hiding there. When I've used this for storytime in the past, children are delighted by the fact that Jumpy Jack never notices that Googily is a /5.

Happily, Jumpy Jack has a friend, Googily, who is willing to check out all the places monsters might be hiding.

The joke is that Googily is a monster himself, a fact that goes unnoticed by both. Mistaken monsters is a picture-book subgenre all its own, but the considerable talents of Rosoff and Blackall elevate this from the rest/5(20). Of the 12 or so library books collected that week, this was the one story that had to be read every night, often twice.

Jumpy Jack and Googily are the most adorably illustrated characters, and the cute back and forth between them as they hunt for a feared monster (that looks just like Googily /5(20). Jumpy Jack is particularly worried about monsters and where they might be lurking ready to frighten him, but luckily Googily has no such fears and is happy to do regular monster checks wherever they go.

Bright and bold illustrations bring humour and warmth to. Meet Jumpy Jack, a very nervous snail who is afraid of monsters, and Googily who is a very good friend indeed.

Wherever they go, Googily kindly checks high and low just to make sure there are no scary monsters about. But, as every child knows, monsters come in many shapes and sizes. Some are even blue with hairy eyebrows and pointy teeth.5/5(2).

Free Jumpy Jack & Googily study unit worksheets for teachers to print. Comprehension by chapter, vocabulary challenges, creative reading response activities and projects, tests, and much more. “Jumpy Jack is a snail with buck teeth and a paralyzing fear of monsters.

His friend Googily is a round, blue creature with sharp teeth, wild eyebrows, tentacle-like fingers, a bowler hat, and a kind heart. The interplay between the two creates a wonderfully safe space for children to explore their fears.

Of the 12 or so library books collected that week, this was the one story that had to be read every night, often twice. Jumpy Jack and Googily are the most adorably illustrated characters, and the cute back and forth between them as they hunt for a feared monster (that looks just like Googily /5(10).

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PICTURE BOOK JUMPY JACK & GOOGILY by Meg Rosoff and Sophie Blackall (Holt) In the spirit of Monsters, Inc. without the corporate touch, we have a snail with a deep-seated fear of monsters, without realizing that his best friend is of that ilk.

Googily, with sharp teeth but a disarming smile and eyes that are, indeed, googly, very endearingly checks wading pools, closets, under tables and beds. quavers the snail, to which Googily utters the repeated refrain, "No monsters here," even as he does exactly that.

A humorous tamer of monsters that will leave everyone saying, "Phew," along with Jumpy Jack. (Picture book. ) Kirkus Reviews * They make a winsom pair.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review “* Filled with whimsical details.”.

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Comments are turned off. Learn more. An empowering book for any child who has ever had nighttime fears. Check out this item. Jumpy Jack & Googily by Rosoff, Meg. Notes: Jumpy Jack the snail is terrified that there are monsters around every corner despite the reassurances of his best friend, Googily.

Check out this item. Of the 12 or so library books collected that week, this was the one story that had to be read every night, often twice.

Jumpy Jack and Googily are the most adorably illustrated characters, and the cute back and forth between them as they hunt for a feared monster (that looks just like Googily!) is infectious/5. Googily, whose blue color, long tongue and sharp teeth mark him as an oddball indeed, accompanies Jumpy Jack, a snail whose nervousness is mostly in his eyes and his imagination.

Jumpy Jack sees monsters in many nooks and crannies, asking Googily to investigate. Buy this book Irony reigns in this droll story as a trepidatious green snail named Jumpy Jack consults his frightful-looking blue buddy. For all Jumpy Jack's naïveté and Googily's weirdness. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Jumpy Jack & Googily at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(17).

Jack and the flumflum tree (by Julia Donaldson) I Read Aloud Story I Stories for 2 to 4 years old - Duration: My Motherhood Studio Recommended for you Meet Jumpy Jack, a very nervous snail who is afraid of monsters, and Googily who is a very good friend indeed.

Wherever they go, Googily kindly checks high and low just to make sure there are no scary monsters about. But, as every child knows, monsters come in many shapes and sizes. Some are even blue with hairy eyebrows and pointy teeth.

For all Jumpy Jack’s naïveté and Googily’s weirdness, they make a winsome pair.–Publishers Weekly Starred Review. Mistaken monsters is a picture-book subgenre all its own, but the considerable talents of Rosoff and Blackall elevate this from the rest.

Jumpy Jack & Googily. [Meg Rosoff; Sophie Blackall] -- Jumpy Jack the snail is terrified that there are monsters around every corner despite the reassurances of his best friend, Googily. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Meg Rosoff; Sophie Blackall. Find more information about: ISBN: X: OCLC Number:   Jumpy Jack and Googily by Meg Rosoff and Sophie Blackall.

Henry Holt & Co. What a charmer this picture book is. Scores very high on the giggle-meter with my gang. Jumpy Jack is a snail of the most nervous sort.

As lovably neurotic anthropo-morphizations go, Jack. Our first book was Jumpy Jack and Googily by Meg Rosoff. I have used this book in the past with older kids and normally would not do it with just 2's and 3's, but my crowd seemed to be trending more along the 4's age range so I figured they could sit long enough for it.

This is a cute story about two goofy looking monster friends.