Item description for No Biting, Puma! (Picture Books) by Jeanne Willis & Mark Birchall...
It's Puma's first day at school. He discovers so many wriggling tails to pounce on, he can't conceal his enthusiasm. He sneaks around giving his classmates nips and snips until Monkey teaches him a lesson he can sink his teeth into, and sours Puma's taste for biting for good
Citations And Professional Reviews No Biting, Puma! (Picture Books) by Jeanne Willis & Mark Birchall has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
PW Notes and Reprints - 09/17/2001 page 82
Hornbook Guide to Children - 07/01/2001 page 31
Hornbook Guide to Children - 01/01/2002 page 31
School Library Journal - 09/01/2001
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Studio: Carolrhoda Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6.75" Height: 6.5" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2001
Publisher Carolrhoda Books
ISBN 1575055090 ISBN13 9781575055091
Availability 0 units.
More About Jeanne Willis & Mark Birchall
Jeanne Willis has written many books for children, including "Mommy, Do You Love Me? "and "Never Too Little to Love, "both illustrated by Jan Fearnley. Jeanne Willis lives in London. Joel Stewart is the illustrator of many acclaimed children s books, including "Red Ted and the Lost Things "by Michael Rosen and "Tales of Hans Christian Andersen, "translated" "by Naomi Lewis. He lives in London."
Jeanne Willis currently resides in London.
Jeanne Willis has published or released items in the following series...
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Biting Remarks Mar 5, 2002
It is Puma�s first day of school, and he is continuously biting the tails of all of his classmates. When the other animals in his class trick him, Puma is caught and unable to say his recurring phrase, �It wasn�t me!� Written for young children beginning school, Willis and Birchall try to convince the listener that biting is painful and unacceptable behavior. Their attempt is unsuccessful especially since Puma was biting for fun. Young children, who have never been biters, might put Puma�s actions into play and begin biting because it is fun. The fact the he is sneaking up on all of his �victims� shows that he is attempting to be devious. Not the best book for using with young children who need to be convinced to stop biting.