The Hole Book Tom Potts was fooling with a gun Such follies should not be When bang The pesky thing went offmost unexpectedly Long before Richard Scarry or Dr Seuss an American artist delighted a generation of ch

  • Title: The Hole Book
  • Author: Peter Newell
  • ISBN: 9780804814980
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Tom Potts was fooling with a gun Such follies should not be ,When bang The pesky thing went offmost unexpectedly Long before Richard Scarry or Dr Seuss, an American artist delighted a generation of children and their parents with hilarious, topsy turvy illustrations and slightly subversive tales told in rhyme This was illustrator author Peter Newell.Originally publish Tom Potts was fooling with a gun Such follies should not be ,When bang The pesky thing went offmost unexpectedly Long before Richard Scarry or Dr Seuss, an American artist delighted a generation of children and their parents with hilarious, topsy turvy illustrations and slightly subversive tales told in rhyme This was illustrator author Peter Newell.Originally published in 1908, The Hole Book remains as profoundly enjoyable and incredibly popular as ever With humorous text and irresistible drawings, this classic work will delight readers of all ages with the story of Tom Potts bullet, which leads him through all sorts of unexpected scenes and adventures, each funnier than the last.Peter Newell 1862 1924 began his career as an artist drawing portraits, using crayons as his medium In his fantastic humor, many believe, is the first appearance of the gentle humor of the absurd which The New Yorker has subsequently developed to such a high level.

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    1. publicdomainreview/collectLong, for a picture-book. The rhymes would make it helpful for early readers and maybe (adult) ESL students. Violent, with the good rewarded and the bad punished. Racist, and not just to "Mammy" and the watermelon, but to the German drummer, the Russian balloon seller, etc. If you have any interest in the history of children's lit, enjoy. But don't just hand it to your kids without context.

    2. I own an antique copy of this book passed on down by my family. I brought it to an on-site I had for my Children's Lit. class to discuss the racial and ethnic stereotypes within it. The premise is that a gun is shot off at the beginning of the book which causes the hole through the middle of the book as the bullet travels through many places and objects on its journey to?

    3. Do you need a second opinion on this book? Visit and explore oceanpearlbooks.wordpress. OceanPearl Books endeavors to provide well-informed book reviews, business readings, parenting tips, and consulting services for our clients worldwide. And it's all for Free!OceanPearl Books - Book ReviewTom Potts fiddles with a gun, resulting in a shot. The shot goes through the entire village, adversely affecting adults and children alike. Children discover the danger of playing with a gun and its consequen [...]

    4. Told in quatrains and illustrations reminiscent of John Tenniel's work in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, this merry little tale follows a shot fired carelessly from a gun by a foolish little boy. While the beginning reads like something ripped from the headlines, the bullet doesn't actually kill. Instead, it causes a series of mishaps, near accidents and serendipitous circumstances as it zips on its way. Where does it end? Well, you'll have to read to learn that. [...]

    5. I learned of this book in a course I'm taking on the history of books. This book tells the story of a boy playing with a gun that he doesn't know is loaded, and when it goes off, it leaves a hole clean through the book. The holes in the pages are incorporated into the artwork and help tell the story. It's a very cute idea, and even though I read a digitized version online (and there are no bullet-holes in my computer screen, thank goodness) I still "got" the humor of the interactive novelty page [...]

    6. This book of verse poems was first published in 1908. A boy shoots a gun and each page is a short poem on the bullets' travels. A cleverly illustrated and designed book as there is a (bullet) hole punched into the book. An early interactive book.

    7. The collective attitude toward firearms has certainly changed, not to mention the casual stereotyping, but it's a charming little book and verse from a time when we didn't have our collective panties in such a wad.

    8. A very cute little book. It's a bit out of date socially. (It includes some mild racism, etc.) But the pictures are adorable. Free public domain scanned version online here: publicdomainreview/2012/08.

    9. Newell's illustrations were odd in a way that appeals to me but I admit that they're not for everyone. I just wish that more of his work had been published in colour.

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