Angelas Airplane

Picture Books | September 1, 1988

byRobert MunschIllustratorMichael Martchenko

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When Angela goes to the airport with her father, he gets "lost." As she wanders around looking for him, she sees an empty airplane. Once inside, she presses one button, then another, until the plane takes off. Luckily, one of the buttons is for the control tower. Angela survives the adventure without a scratch. The same can't be said for the plane. With simplified text but all the original illustrations, Angela's Airplane Board Book is a wonderful way to engage very young children in a simple story. The repetitive text makes the story somewhat predictable, thus encouraging children to chime in. Michael Martchenko's funny illustrations and variations in the text colors and positioning make this a visual treat as well as a story-time favorite.

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"Munsch has done it again with this humorous tale, placing children naturally into non-traditional roles".--Calgary Herald. Full-color illustrations.

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When Angela goes to the airport with her father, he gets "lost." As she wanders around looking for him, she sees an empty airplane. Once inside, she presses one button, then another, until the plane takes off. Luckily, one of the buttons is for the control tower. Angela survives the adventure without a scratch. The same can't be said f...

Format:Picture BooksDimensions:24 pages, 8.01 × 8 × 0.08 inPublished:September 1, 1988Publisher:Annick PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:155037026x

ISBN - 13:9781550370263

Appropriate for ages: 1

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From Our Editors

"Munsch has done it again with this humorous tale, placing children naturally into non-traditional roles".--Calgary Herald. Full-color illustrations.

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Munsch’s wacky and irreverent writing style shines through, making the book a fun romp for young readers … Martchenko’s distinctive illustrations complement the narrative perfectly, giving us colourful and exhilarating perspectives on Angela’s crazy airplane adventure.

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