Elemenopeo

Harriet Ziefert Donald Saaf

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Elemenopeo

Elemenopeo Introducing the charming and lovable Elemenopeo no ordinary cat Elemenopeo has a strict daily routine First he goes outside to play in the garden and to wistfully observe the flying birds then he cur

  • Title: Elemenopeo
  • Author: Harriet Ziefert Donald Saaf
  • ISBN: 9780395904930
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Introducing the charming and lovable Elemenopeo no ordinary cat Elemenopeo has a strict daily routine First he goes outside to play in the garden and to wistfully observe the flying birds, then he curls up for a nap and his favorite dream.But one morning his schedule is completely thrown off His cat door is closed for repairs, leaving the adventuresome Elemenopeo trappIntroducing the charming and lovable Elemenopeo no ordinary cat Elemenopeo has a strict daily routine First he goes outside to play in the garden and to wistfully observe the flying birds, then he curls up for a nap and his favorite dream.But one morning his schedule is completely thrown off His cat door is closed for repairs, leaving the adventuresome Elemenopeo trapped inside Bored, he prowls from room to room, until he spots an easel and a box of paints Suddenly he is struck with an idea, and he dons a smock and begins to paint Elemenopeo paints his favorite dream, which transcends reality and joins the world of birds.In this whimsical story, illustrated with fresh colorful paintings, an irrepressible little cat soars as high as his dreams Young children will relate to Elemenopeo s security in his scheduled day, his dismay at being stuck inside, and the way he uses his imagination as a means of escape.Harriet Ziefert has written many popular books for children, including her latest, I Swapped My Dog She divides her time between Maplewood, New Jersey, and Lincoln, Massachusetts.David Saaf, a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, has illustrated several books for children He lives with his wife and son in Bellow Falls, Vermont.

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      Published :2018-06-04T00:33:32+00:00

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    1. Miriam on said:

      What a cute and fun book! Elemenopeo is such a positive cat, getting so much enjoyment out of his daily routine of meals, napping, playing, and visits with other animals. And when his schedule is interrupted ("Cat Door Closed for Repairs") he quickly finds entertainment inside -- by painting a self-portrait! The simple but charming text is great for reading aloud or for a beginning reader, and the bright paintings are perfect.

    2. Lisa Vegan on said:

      This story is cute and amusing, and it has really wonderful illustrations. However, I liked the more authentic cat like qualities of Elemenopeo than his anthropomorphized portrait painting. Maybe I was in the wrong mood to read this. It’s very appealing in many ways. 3 ½ stars

    3. ...m... on said:

      This is one of the first books that my daughter checked out from her school library in 1st grade. She loved reading this one with me. She go to actually read herself during a few parts that she could sound out the words. It totally made her feel accomplished that she was reading to me!It's a lovable story about a very particular cat who is very happy with a set schedule. When things got in the way of that schedule, he improvised and made the most of it by creating art. I would recommend this boo [...]

    4. Meg on said:

      Oh my goodness! THIS book. THIS book is criminally underrated, because I've never heard of it and it's now one of my favorite children's books ever. It has been around for a while, but it CERTAINLY deserves to be re-printed. It's wonderful.Aside from the beautiful, lush, warm cat illustrations, the language is great. My favorite line? "I'm an orderly cat. I like the sameness of my days." (I consider myself to be an orderly person who likes the sameness of her days, so I really appreciated this.) [...]

    5. Clara on said:

      Elemenopeo is delightful! Wonderfully vibrant illustrations charm child and adult alike. The text is fun - I quite like the thought of a cat enjoying lox and cream cheese. And yes, even the tail on the cover brings a chuckle to the heart.

    6. Karen on said:

      I thought a book with title and by this author and about a cat would be something very special. I was wrong. Elemenopeo was Elementario.

    7. elissa on said:

      Even the cat's tail on the cover can make me laugh. A sweet story of an artist-cat's day.

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