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Munro Leaf (1905–1976)

Auteur de Ferdinand (Renard poche)

53+ oeuvres 12,086 utilisateurs 202 critiques 4 Favoris

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Œuvres de Munro Leaf

Ferdinand (Renard poche) (1936) 9,294 exemplaires, 171 critiques
Wee Gillis (1938) 597 exemplaires, 11 critiques
How to Behave and Why (2002) 509 exemplaires, 2 critiques
Manners Can Be Fun (1936) 418 exemplaires, 4 critiques
Aesop's Fables: A New Version (0006) 244 exemplaires, 1 critique
How to Speak Politely & Why (2005) 191 exemplaires, 2 critiques
Noodle (1937) 190 exemplaires
Ferdinandus Taurus (Latin Edition) (1962) 113 exemplaires
Reading Can Be Fun (1953) 76 exemplaires
Metric Can Be Fun! (1976) 52 exemplaires, 1 critique
Gordon the Goat (1944) 38 exemplaires
Safety can be fun: Words and pictures (1938) 36 exemplaires, 1 critique
The Boy Who Would Not Go to School (1945) 31 exemplaires, 4 critiques
Grammar can be fun (1934) 30 exemplaires
Science can be Fun (1958) 24 exemplaires
Being an American can be fun (1964) 23 exemplaires, 1 critique
History Can Be Fun (1950) 22 exemplaires, 1 critique
Arithmetic Can Be Fun (1944) 21 exemplaires
The Story of Simpson and Sampson (1899) 14 exemplaires, 1 critique
Health Can Be Fun (1943) 14 exemplaires
Who cares? I do (1971) 11 exemplaires
Geography Can Be Fun (1951) 11 exemplaires
Fair Play (1939) 9 exemplaires
Sam and the Superdroop (1948) 7 exemplaires
Three promises to you (1957) 7 exemplaires
Let's Do Better (1945) 6 exemplaires
The Watchbirds (1939) 5 exemplaires
Four-and-twenty watchbirds (1990) 5 exemplaires
A War-Time Handbook for Young Americans (1942) 4 exemplaires, 1 critique
Munro Leaf's Fun Book (1941) 4 exemplaires
John Henry Davis (1940) 2 exemplaires
Ferdinand the Bull [1938 animated short film] (1938) — Screenwriter — 2 exemplaires, 1 critique
The Wishing Pool (1960) 2 exemplaires
Turnabout (1967) 2 exemplaires
Gwendolyn the Goose (1946) 2 exemplaires
Lucky You 1 exemplaire
My Book to Help America (1942) 1 exemplaire
Lo, the poor Indian, 1 exemplaire
Flock of Watchbirds 1 exemplaire
Aeosop's Fables 1 exemplaire
Munro Leaf's Fun Book 1 exemplaire
Ferdinando 1 exemplaire
Fly Away, Watchbird! 1 exemplaire
Zack's Alligator 1 exemplaire

Oeuvres associées

The 20th-Century Children's Book Treasury: Picture Books and Stories to Read Aloud (1998) — Auteur — 1,606 exemplaires, 14 critiques
The Illustrated Treasury of Children's Literature, Volumes 1-2 (1955) — Contributeur — 466 exemplaires, 4 critiques
Ferdinand [2017 animated film] (2017) — Original book — 126 exemplaires, 1 critique
The Penguin Book of Classic Children's Characters (1997) — Contributeur — 92 exemplaires
Great Stories for Young Readers (1969) — Contributeur — 92 exemplaires

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The story of Ferdinand, written by Monroe Leaf with drawings by Robert Lawson, was first published in 1936, for readers of all ages. The story takes place in Spain. It is the story of a young bull in Spain who prefers sitting quietly under his favorite cork tree and smelling the flowers to running, jumping, and butting his head with the other little bulls. Naturally, his mother worried about him because he would sit alone. Two years passed, and he grew to be big and strong. When all the other bulls hoped to be picked to fight in the bullfights in Madrid, Ferdinand still preferred to sit quietly under his favorite tree. Then, one day, five men came to choose the roughest bowl for the bullfights. Ferdinand didn't care as he knew they wouldn't pick him, but just as he was about to sit down, he sat on a bumblebee, which stung him and caused him to jump and snort And act as if he was crazy. The five men believe they found the largest and fiercest bull, in Ferdinand. When the big day came for him to fight in the bullfights and Madrid, he saw all the flowers in the lady's hair and just sat down and smelled them; he refused to fight and be fierce, which made the Banderilleros and the Picador very mad, and the Matador even madder. So they were forced to take him back home, where he would be able to sit under his favorite tree and be very happy.… (plus d'informations)
 
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ntrappchen | 170 autres critiques | Jul 10, 2024 |
this is one of my favorite childhood books, every now and then I will pick it up and reread it.
 
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Enid007 | 170 autres critiques | May 3, 2024 |
Ferdinand is the world's most peaceful--and--beloved little bull. While all of the other bulls snort, leap, and butt their heads, Ferdinand is content to just sit and smell the flowers under his favorite cork tree.
 
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PlumfieldCH | 170 autres critiques | Nov 29, 2023 |
Classic book, about bull which likes to smell flowers and not fight. First published in 1936 and was banned by Hitler, as it supported pacifist's tendencies.
 
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kakanihome | 170 autres critiques | Dec 15, 2022 |

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Œuvres
53
Aussi par
5
Membres
12,086
Popularité
#1,941
Évaluation
½ 4.3
Critiques
202
ISBN
162
Langues
13
Favoris
4

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