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Book Title: Grizzwold (I Can Read Level 1)|
The author of the book: Syd Hoff
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 892 KB
Date of issue: September 5th 1984
ISBN 13: 9780064440578
Read full description of the books Grizzwold (I Can Read Level 1):Synopsis : Grizzwold the lovable bear is having a tough time finding somewhere to live. He's too big for most places, and too clumsy for others. He's not even any good as a live bearskin rug! Will Grizzwold ever find a home that's just right?
Review : One of my childhood favorites. While it's initial premise is a bit on the depressing side, Grizzwold continually perseveres. Yes, his happy forest home is being destroyed by logging but the loggers are nice, apologize and smile throughout. So somehow that makes it "ok"--and we begin to follow Grizzwold through different scenarios looking for a place where he can live and fit in. He tries the dessert, urban housing, a telephone pole all to no avail. His adventures lead to a costume party which is a nice respite until it is discovered that he isn't wearing a costume and gets kicked out. Grizzwold tries the zoo, the circus and finally ends up face to face with hunters! In this tense moment, you wonder if this is it for our friendly homeless friend. Enter the national park ranger and a safe haven for Grizzwold after all. Readers can breathe a sigh of relief that atleast one wild bear made it through...whew!
Critical Reviews :Kyle and Henry from Kidview World reviewed this book and said, "I recommend this book because I liked how the ranger saved Grizzwold and kept him safe in the forest." While Henry felt, "I do not recommend this book because there are mean people who cut down trees." I agree on both counts.
Read information about the authorWhether you’re seven or seventy, the chances are you’ve probably come in contact with one of his many books (150 plus), or cartoons that have appeared in over 200 magazines in the course of his lifetime, including Laugh it Off which was syndicated for 20 years. His comic strip Tuffy, about a little girl who did funny things, was declared essential for national morale during WWII by William Randolph Hearst.
Syd has worked in diverse genres. He had the distinct honor of working with Alfred Hitchcock and Ellery Queen as a contributor of short fiction writing. He was awarded national advertising commissions for large companies such as Chevrolet, Maxwell House Coffee and others. He had his own TV show (Tales of Hoff on CBS), traveled the world as entertainment on cruise ships and entertained children and teachers in schools and libraries across the country.
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