Jangles



Bestselling Storyteller David Shannon Instantly Hooks Readers With This Stunning, Highly Entertaining Tour De Force His Best Book Ever Breathtaking Oil Paintings Bursting With Energy Pullreaders Along Into Big Lake, The Home Of Jangles, Thebiggest Fish Anyone Has Seen Fishing Alone At Dusk,a Boy Feels A Tug On His Line And Comes Face To Facewith The Gigantic Trout Whose Enormous Jaw Is Coveredwith So Many Lures And Fish Hooks That He Jingles Andjangles When He Swims Terrified By The Sight, The Boy Isshocked When Jangles Befriends Him And Takes Him On Anadventure To The Bottom Of The Lake A Surprise Endingwill Leave Readers Laughing And Shaking Their Heads Hereis Shannon At His Very Best In A Wild And Witty Story Thatbegs Repeated Reading.Jangles

David Shannon is the author and illustrator of many highly praised books for children Born in Washington, D.C., he grew up in Spokane, Washington He graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, with a fine arts degree, and then moved to New York City His editorial illustrations have appeared in The New York Times, Time, and Rolling Stone, and his artwork has appeared David Shannon is the author and illustrator of many highly praised books for children Born in Washington, D.C., he grew up in Spokane, Washington He graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, with a fine arts degree, and then moved to New York City His editorial illustrations have appeared in The New York Times, Time, and Rolling Stone, and his artwork has appeared on numerous book jackets Shannon is a passionate baseball fan and softball player He and his wife now live in Los Angeles.David Shannon Scholastic

[Reading] ➼ Jangles  By David Shannon – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Jangles
  • David Shannon
  • English
  • 16 October 2017
  • 0545143128

10 thoughts on “Jangles

  1. says:

    A father tells his son about the tale when he caught Jangles, who was given that name because he escaped many near catches at the hands of fisherman and all the hooks that were attacked to its lips shivers would make a jangling noise Long story short, the father chooses to view spoiler do the right thing here I think it means preserving history of the Jangles fish hide spoiler The ending doesn t make sense about how telling his son this story proves anything about Jangles sh A father tells his son about the tale when he caught Jangles, who was given that name because he escaped many near catches at the hands of fisherman and all the hooks that were attacked to its lips shiver...

  2. says:

    This book reminded me of the movie Big Fish right from page one It tells a cute story of a boy who learns a life lesson from a giant uncatchable fish Jangles has beautiful pictures that really bring the story to life, and frankly, the story would probably...

  3. says:

    Jangles is definitely a big fish story or a tall tale Shannon scores with both text and illustrations.

  4. says:

    The three stars for this one is mainly on behalf of the illustrations Or rather it would have gotten four stars had I actually liked the text Yes, I love the pictures I loved hearing David Shannon talk about creating the book, particularly the pictures I love the partially abstract unfinished face in the crowd and the balance provided by the random blob of red in the corner and the mustard and oh so dark and deep blues with red highlights the color palette is really one of the best pasts of The three stars for this one is mainly on behalf of the illustrations Or rather it would have gotten four stars had I actually liked the text Yes, I love the pictures I loved hearing David Shannon talk about creating the book, particularly the pictures I love the partially abstract unfinished face in the crowd and the balance provided by the random blob of red in the corner and the mustar...

  5. says:

    The origins of the metal lures and fishhooks in the tackle box carried by the narrator s father are revealed in this tall tale about Jangles, a trout that everyone tries to catch I love the description of him as so big, he ate eagles from the trees that hung out over the lake and full grown beavers that strayed too far from home unpaged When Jangles allows himself to get caught, he takes the boy whose lure he swallowed deep beneath the waters to his cave where he tells secrets about the Ea The origins of the metal lures and fishhooks in the tackle box carried by the narrator s father are revealed in this tall tale about Jangles, a trout that everyone tries to catch I love the description of him as so big, he ate eagles from the trees that hung out over the lake and full grown beavers that strayed too far from home unpaged When Jangles allows himself to get caught, he takes the boy whose lure he swallowed deep beneath the waters to his cave where he te...

  6. says:

    Shannon tells the classic giant fish that got away story with his wonderfully unique twist, and the ending which I won t spoil , made me smile The illustrations are interesting and bold, as is to be expected I highly recommend this book for promoting creative writing and lessons in integrity.

  7. says:

    I loved this story because my grandpa loved to take me fishing and he too had a big, beat up green tackle box full of lures It now belongs to my son My grandpa was full of fish stories too.

  8. says:

    There are big fish STORIES, and then there are BIG fish stories Jangles is a fish that simply cannot be caught Then one day, a boy hears a story from his father about Jangles, a story that seems unbelievable, until there may be proof.

  9. says:

    Not a huge fan of Shannon s grotesque artwork However, it works for a Fish story Generational exaggeration and male bonding at its finest

  10. says:

    Jangles a BIG fish story David Shannon I caught myself flying through the pages of this story I loved the story line because I remember going fishing with my father all the time as a kid Any young child that has ever gone fishing will be able to relate to this story in some way I enjoyed the way in which the story was written If there were no illustrations I could have used my imagination to picture what Shannon was depicting in his text The way in which Shannon writes is so captivating and Jangles a BIG fish story David Shannon I caught myself flying through the pages of this story I loved the story line because I remember going fishing with my father all the time as a kid Any young child that has ever gone fishing will be able to relate to this story in some way I enjoyed the way in which the story was written If there were no illustrations I could have used my imagination to picture what Shannon was depicting in his text The way in which Shannon writes is so captivating and descriptive There is no other author...

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