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But Not the Hippopotamus A Shy Hippo Makes A Big Impact In This Sandra Boynton ClassicSerious Silliness For All Ages Artist Sandra Boynton Is Back And Better Than Ever With Completely Redrawn Versions Of Her Multi Million Selling Board Books These Whimsical And Hilarious Books, Featuring Nontraditional Texts And Her Famous Animal Characters, Have Been Printed On Thick Board Pages, And Are Sure To Educate And Entertain Children Of All Ages

About the Author: Sandra Boynton

Sandra Keith Boynton is a popular American humorist, songwriter, children s author and illustrator Boynton has written and illustratedthan forty books for both children and adults, as well as over four thousand greeting cards, and four music albums Although she does not license her characters to be redrawn or adapted, she has herself designed for various companies calendars, wallpaper, bedding, stationery, paper goods, clothing, jewelry, and plush toys Wikipedia

10 thoughts on “But Not the Hippopotamus

  1. says:

    A tragic story of exclusion, bigotry and prejudice, while ultimately celebrating redemption A satisfying read, but one I feel is let down by the lack of any attempt to explore the motives of the characters Why were the moose and the goose together having juice without the hippopotamus We do not find out Without wanting to post spoilers, I will also add that the denouement contains a twist worthy of M Night Shyamalan.

  2. says:

    Parents are faced with all sort sorts of difficult questions Are feature length Disney films too scary for kids Will taking away the toy gun that your child carved from a bar of soap inhibit her creative spirit Is it okay to spank your children after they punch you in the stomach And will the aforementioned spanking only teach them to try to run awayquickly the next time they assault you For those of you without kids, the answer to each question is yes On each rereading of thi

  3. says:

    This hippopotamus was so cute I m reading this again This hippopotamus was so cute I m reading this again

  4. says:

    This is a great poem about the trials of being a non standard person in a world where everyone else rhymes I think kids can get a lot out of this little board book, and think Sandra Boynton is a genius when it comes to short and pointed poems and her drawings accompany the story nicely, despite their simple cartoony style.My Daughter and I still feel sorry for the armadillo though.

  5. says:

    The book is well written and illustrated, but it s a horrible plot It was a great book until the very last page Spoiler alert, the Hippo is excluded the whole book but then is included in the end But then they exclude the Armadillo instead This could have been a 5 star book about including everyone if the author had simply left out the last page, but instead became about excluding the less fortunate I ve decided to cover up the last page and create an alternate ending so that I don t hate t The bo

  6. says:

    I personally love this book and I m an adult It s a cute story about what other animals do, but not the hippo who doesn t seem to be allowed to do anything except at the end she does do something She kills all the other animals because they were mean to her No, no, she doesn t I m joking The story is very amusing My daughter loved this book when she was younger Boynton s books aren t very babyish She uses words like cavort bog which you typically don t see in toddler and preschool bo I personally love th

  7. says:

    Why is this five stars you ask Well, if I could have one wish, it would be for peace on earth But if I could have two wishes, it would be peace on earth and a recording of Small Change era Tom Waits reading this It totally fits as a song of his At least, it did when I tried to do the voice.

  8. says:

    What I learned anthropomorphized animals are not as exclusionary and mean as they may sometimes seem at first Also, animals are cute And goose and moose rhyme with juice.

  9. says:

    Easy read Finished it in one day

  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The classic tale of the shy person, feeling awkward and on the fringe of the social circle This book nevertheless tells the tale in an engaging manner We are called to empathise with the heroine of the story, as she watches the cool kids around her engaging in various activities.As is common with extremely shy people, it s not immediately apparent that she wishes to join in, so it s understandable that perhaps the others initially mistook her lack of pa

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