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Elbert"s Bad Word

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Published by Voyager Books .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsAudrey Wood (Illustrator), Don Wood (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7363007M
ISBN 100152013679
ISBN 109780152013677

Get this from a library! Elbert's bad word. [Audrey Wood; Don Wood] -- After shocking the elegant garden party by using a bad word, Elbert learns some . Vocabulary Lesson Activities using Elbert's Bad Word, by Audrey Wood. I created the lesson after reading the book Bringing Words to Life by Isabel Beck, Margaret McKeown, and Linda Kucan. My students love the activities and are highly engaged during them. What's more I /5(3).

My two-year-old recognizes bad words and is learning acceptable replacements. He reads the book daily. They both tell everyone they meet about bad words. Again, the illustration of the bad word is excellent - much better than having used a word. Elbert's Bad Word | This tale is certain to tickle anyone shocked to hear a child utter a bad word--and Elbert's "cure" provides an ingenious solution to the problem. "A delightfully imaginative book"Kirkus : Houghton Mifflin.

Elbert's Bad Word. Sometimes children catch bad words. And so it was with young Elbert, who snatched one out of the air one day at an elegant garden party- and stuffed it into his pocket. The word waited- ugly, covered with dark bristly hairs- and snuck into Elbert's mouth. Then, without warning, it sprang out, causing a dreadful uproar. pages download Elbert's Bad Word 32 pages The Making of Latin An Introduction to Latin, Greek and English Etymology, Robert Seymour Conway, , English language, pages The author of the controversial bestseller Brain Trust brings his scientific expertise to the chilling true.


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Replacing the bad word with some other powerful words is a good idea in general, and this book deals with what is a very normal developmental thing for small kids in a generous way--much more likely to get results.

Hilarious antics and illustrations. Cited by: 2. Elberts Bad Word is one of the first books where both Audrey Wood and Don Wood illustrated the characters. This book is a cute story about how a young boy accidentally picks up a bad word while at an elegant dinner party and gets in big trouble for it and will surely amuse both the old and young audience for many years/5.

With humor and insight, Audrey Wood tells a tale certain to tickle anyone shocked to hear a child utter a bad word; and Elbert’s cure provides an ingenious solution.

The vivid, hilarious illustrations rendered by Audrey and Don Wood together offer fans a new dimension to their previous collaborations/5(4).

Title: Elbert’s Bad Word Author: Audrey Wood Illustrator: Audrey and Don Wood Publisher: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich ISBN Audience: Ages years Summary: At an elegant garden party young Elbert hears a word that he has never heard before.

He reaches out, catches it, and puts it in his back pocket. The word, small, ugly, dark, and hairy, slips from.

One evening at a party, little Elbert hears a bad word. A little while later, it slips out of his mouth before he has time to stop it. Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs for this book.

Elbert's Bad Word book. With humor and insight, Audrey Wood tells a tale certain to tickle anyone shocked to hear a child utter a bad Elberts Bad Word book and Elbert’s cure provides an ingenious solution. The vivid, hilarious illustrations rendered by Audrey and Don Wood together offer fans a new dimension to their previous collaborations.3/5(1).

The author, with humor and insight, tells a tale certain to tickle anyone shocked to hear a child utter a bad word. Young Elbert, after shocking his parents and guests by using a bad word, learns some acceptable substitutes from a helpful wizard. Full-color illustrations.5/5(1). With humor and insight, Audrey Wood tells a tale certain to tickle anyone shocked to hear a child utter a bad word.

And Elbert's cure provides an ingenious solution for children confused by a bad word's power. - from the publisher "This book is timeless. My children and all adults in my family absolutely loved this book. Replacing the bad word with some other powerful words is a good idea in general, and this book deals with what is a very normal developmental thing for small kids in a generous way--much more likely to get results.

A Bad Case of Stripes - Duration: The Cozy Chair 7, views. Little Bird's BAD WORD | A Cute Little Story about Manners - Duration:. Buy a cheap copy of Elbert's Bad Word book by Audrey Wood. With humor and insight, Audrey Wood tells a tale certain to tickle anyone shocked to hear a child utter a bad word; and Elbert’s cure provides an ingenious Free shipping over $Cited by: 2.

Since "Elbert's Bad Word" is probably mostly for the first and second grade kids, there needs to be some discussion of certain words in the book BEFORE the reading of the book begins.

For example, ask the kids what a "BOA" is and tell them what it is. And, ask them what a "Butler" is, and tell them what it is/5(38). The word sticks in Elbert's Brain.

The bad word is so nasty that it is ugly and covered with dark bristly hairs. As the party goes on, the bad word makes its way into Elbert's mouth, just waiting to come out. Like most nasty words this one waited until Elbert was hurt to come out.

Elbert can't seem to rid himself of the bad word. When Elbert hears the new word and then sees it float by ("ugly and covered with dark, bristly hairs"), he puts it in his pocket. When the soprano sings, it climbs out and into his mouth - and after a neat series of slapstick mishaps concludes with a croquet mallet whacking Elbert's toe, he uses the word to horrendous effect.

Elbert's Bad Word. by Wood, Audrey. Illustrated by Audrey and Don Wood. Seller Quinn & Davis Booksellers Published Condition Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket Edition First Edition; First Printing ISBN Item Price $.

Elbert's Bad Word has 3 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace Best book on using naughty words by Omo This unusual picture book is a great way to teach kids not to use those funny words adults sometimes use when they are angry.

Elbert is at a fancy party when he hears one of those words. REUPLOAD. From "Shelley Duvall's Bedtime Stories. NOTICE: I do not own these rights. Credit goes to MCA Universal. With humor and insight, Audrey Wood tells a tale certain to tickle anyone shocked to hear a child utter a bad word; and Elbert’s cure provides an ingenious solution.

The vivid, hilarious illustrations rendered by Audrey and Don Wood together offer fans a. Buy the Paperback Book Elbert's Bad Word by Audrey Wood atCanada's largest bookstore.

Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. With humor and insight, Audrey Wood tells a tale certain to tickle anyone shocked to hear a child utter a bad word; and Elbert's cure provides an ingenious solution.

The word stays with him, deep inside until a croquet mallet land on Elbert's toe. The new word SPRANG out of his mouth with great force and he screams the word. This word was an ugly, bad word.

Every person at the party paused what they were doing due to the fact they were outraged this big, bad word came out for Elbert's tiny mouth/5(28).

When you’re at a croquet party where mallets tend to fall on toes, it’s inevitable that someone lets out a bad word. When one such bad word floats by Elbert, he catches it and stuffs it into his back pocket. But it doesn’t stay there. It sneaks up to his bow tie, and jumps into his mouth. It waits till a mallet flies into the air and lands on Elbert’s toe—and the bad word.

Lists With This Book; Teaching Children Manners + Show More - Show Fewer Details Discover Like Books Our Original Resources 2. Story Map Multi-Leveled Lesson. Elbert's Bad Word. by Audrey Wood and Don Wood. 5 Resources.

The Grouchy Ladybug. by Eric Carle. 15 Resources. How My Parents Learned to Eat. by Ina R. Friedman and Allen Say.If your child has ever "caught" a bad word, as a character in this book phrases it, then Audrey and Don Wood's "Elbert's Bad Word" is the cure you're seeking.

Rather than being one of those pseudo-psychological books of the values and feelings genre, this is a lively, witty, sophisticated story that delivers its message with subtlety and humor/5(40).