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by Mike Spoor,Alec Sillifant

Farmer Ham download ebook
ISBN:
1904511929
ISBN13:
978-1904511922
Author:
Mike Spoor,Alec Sillifant
Publisher:
Meadowside Children's Books (July 24, 2004)
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1731 kb
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1590 kb
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Category:
Animals
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Rating:
4.5

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Farmer Ham. Author: Alec Sillifant Illustrator: Mike Spoor

Farmer Ham. Author: Alec Sillifant Illustrator: Mike Spoor. After decades of silence, Sillifant finally takes it upon himself to pick up the torch and continue the story that began with George Orwell's Animal Farm. When we left the Animal Farm last, it was under the corrupt rule of Napoleon the pig's Stalin-esque regime. The pigs in power had begun to wear clothes and had become virtually indistinguishable from their authoritarian human counterparts. Farmer Ham is a direct descendent of Napoleon the Pig. Having inherited the farm from his lineage of revolutionary ancestors, he now rules his domain with an iron fist and is known for his ruthless tactics.

by Alec Sillifant & illustrated by Mike Spoor . Spoor’s paintings find great variety and humor in his bird villains, and young listeners should take great pleasure in anticipating the ending. Pub Date: March 1st, 2007.

Farmer Ham' written by Alec Sillifant and illustrated by Mike Spoor is a story for anyone with a sense of humor. In this silly tale, Farmer Ham is tired of being tormented and bullied by the mischievous crows that live in his trees. For all the crows know, Farmer Ham is a dumb farmer that they can make fun of forever!

The crows in Farmer Hams field are very happy. All day long they sit and eat his corn and no matter how often he shouts and waves his arms. Mike Spoor is an illustrator in the UK who has worked on over 200 books.

The crows in Farmer Hams field are very happy. Age Range: 4 and up. Hardcover: 32 pages. Publisher: North-South Books (March 15, 2007).

Authors : Alec Sillifant. Product Category : Books. Binding : Board book. List Price (MSRP) : . 9. item 1 Farmer Ham-Alec Sillifant,Mike Spoor -Farmer Ham-Alec Sillifant,Mike Spoor. item 2 Farmer Ham, Alec Sillifant, Very Good Book -Farmer Ham, Alec Sillifant, Very Good Book. For all the crows know, Farmer Ham is a dumb farmer that they can make fun of forever!

Founder Alan Bell has publishers' permission for recording a small range of picture book texts including Farmer Ham by Alec Sillifant and Mike Spoor, and Dr Xargle's Book of Earthlets by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross.

Founder Alan Bell has publishers' permission for recording a small range of picture book texts including Farmer Ham by Alec Sillifant and Mike Spoor, and Dr Xargle's Book of Earthlets by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross. The home-made recordings are intended to encourage bedtime reading and, for the desperate, could bring new meaning to the term "electronic babysitter".

ISBN 10: 1845390806 ISBN 13: 9781845390808. Publisher: Meadowside Children's Books, 2005. Learn more about this copy.

The crows in Farmer Hams field are very happy. All day long they sit and eat his corn and no matter how often he shouts and waves his arms, they wont go away. Silly old Farmer Ham. Or is he so silly, after all?
Reviews:
  • Armin
I use it in my 3rd grade classroom for inferring and predicting. They love it. My three year old loves it too. I give the crows a fun, obnoxious "voice".
  • lifestyle
5 year old loved it. Illustrations were cute. Well made book, not cheap flimsy paper. I liked the story. I thought it sent a good message by the end.
  • Kazigrel
Reviewed by Three Silly Chicks - Readers, Writers, and Reviewers of funny books for kids.

If there's anything Silly Chicks love, it's a bunch of sassy old birds sitting around cracking themselves up. It reminds us of . . . well . . .us!

The crows on Farmer Ham's farm are fat and sassy. They should be. They spend their days eating the farmer's corn. Try as he might, Farmer Ham can't get rid of them. His yelling and arm waving sends them into fits of laughter. The crows flap up to the phone lines where they sit and taunt him, "Silly Old Farmer Ham!" Finally, Farmer Ham hatches a plan, but it doesn't require any arm waving or yelling. Day after day, he calmly heads to the pond and fishes out an old boot, a ratty scarf or some other slime-encrusted piece of clothing. All the while, the sassy crows mock the farmer. But in the end, it's Farmer Ham who gets the last laugh.

Many of Spoor's lively illustrations are from the crows' perspective and that's where the humor lies. The crows are a funny, clever chorus drawn with pizazz. The close-ups of their tear-filled eyes and knee-slapping fits of laughter contrast perfectly with the steadfast, good-natured Farmer Ham who plods merrily along in search of a solution to his problem. The smooth text and energetic illustrations combine to make a book kids will enjoy immensely.
  • Opilar
The journey of the "silly old Farmer Ham" transforms to the "clever old Farm Ham" will get the youngers' attention when reading together with parents. The crows' thinking "he'll catch a cold instead of a fish" and similar thoughts will make kids chuckle along the way. The witty plot and the details in the illustrations will captivate children of all ages.
  • melody of you
My sister in law looks after 4 kids. They are 4-6 years old and they all loved the illustrations and the the fact the plot was different, imaginative and amusing.
  • Camper
We received this as a gift. We found the illustrations artfully impressive, the jokes funny and cute, but overall the moral is not. The crows' teasing and fishing trash from a pond tough to relate to for this 3.5-yr-old and us parents are a bit disturbed by the story/plot as a whole. Not that we don't have a sense of humor (not at all) we are very silly people, but we just found this book odd/off. Perhaps this book is better for 6+ yrs. Preschoolers may find the scarecrow built at the end of the story to be scary.