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I don"t want to be a pea

Ann Bonwill

I don"t want to be a pea

by Ann Bonwill

  • 273 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Atheneum Books for Young Readers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Best friends,
  • Fiction,
  • Friendship,
  • Costume,
  • Parties

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesI do not want to be a pea
    StatementAnn Bonwill ; illustrated by Simon Rickerty
    ContributionsRickerty, Simon, ill
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.B6446 Iad 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24885218M
    ISBN 10144243614X
    ISBN 109781442436145
    LC Control Number2011009731

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    I don't want to be a pea! is a story about friendship and compromise. Bella the bird and Hugo the hippopotamus are best friends. They are going to a costume party. They need to decide on costumes to wear, to go as a pair. Hugo states that they will go as the princess and the pea. He will be the princess and Bella will the pea. Pea’s Book of Best Friends. Sisters Clover, Pea, and Tinkerbell have always been beans-on-toast, hand-me-down-wellies sorts of girls. But when their dizzy but dazzling single mum becomes Marina Cove, author of the bestselling Mermaid Girls books, everything changes. It’s time to leave their tiny flat in Tenby for a proper house in London, and a whole new life.


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The buddy motif is a common one in children's literature. But that doesn't mean it's overdone. After all, any quality story which reiterates the value of friendship is a worthy one for your young child. I Don't Want to Be a Pea. offers yet another iteration, with no small amount I dont want to be a pea book inspiration from Monsters, Inc.'s Sulley & Mike/5(40).

They cannot agree, while Hugo wants to be a princess, Bella does not want to be a pea, and so on until they are so mad at each other they decide not to go to the party together. In the end, friendship wins out and they both go to the party.

I don't always love digital illustrations, but they worked very well for Hugo and Bella's story/5(). I Don’t Want to Be a Pea. Ann Bonwill, illus. by Simon Rickerty. S&S/Atheneum, $ (32p) ISBN Hugo Hippo and Bella Bird may be symbiotic simpaticos, but the strong-willed duo can’t see eye to eye as the Hippo-Bird Fairy-Tale Fancy Dress Party approaches (they can’t even agree on the name of the event).Released on: Janu Ann Bonwill grew up in Maryland, surrounded by books.

She started writing stories as soon as she could hold a crayon. The author of I Don’t Want to Be a Pea and I Am Not a Copycat!, Ann has lived in many places, from Albuquerque, New Mexico, to Frankfurt, Germany. announce proudly that they are 'two peas in a pod, just as it should be' underlining the message of the book that friendship is all about give and take.

With wonderfully absurd illustrations from new talent Simon Rickerty and a great read-aloud text, this is a 5/5(1). I Don’t Want to Be a Pea. Ann Bonwill, illus. by Simon Rickerty.

S&S/Atheneum, $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book Hugo Hippo and Bella Bird may. Ann Bonwill has 18 books on Goodreads with ratings. Ann Bonwill’s most popular book is I Don't Want to Be a Pea.

(Hugo and Bella, #1). I Don't Want To Be A Pea is a similar book, maybe not quite the same level, but it is a little corny (in a good way), well illustrated, and teaches good behavior. The story is relatively good for a children's book, although the ending left something to be desired/5(37).

The only problem is that Bella doesn't want to be a pea. As matter of fact, she tells Hugo that if he wants to go so badly, HE should be the pea. After a very funny back and forth, Hugo and Bella come to a surprising compromise and learn about what it means to do something for a friend.

Good for 2 and up. Bella doesn’t want to be the pea to Hugo’s princess, of course (“too green and small”), so she decides she’ll be a mermaid and Hugo will be her rock. Hugo protests that rocks are “too gray and blobby”—despite obvious similarities between him and rocks that Bella isn’t shy to point out.

I Don't Want To Be A Pea. by Ann Bonwill - review 'This book feels really original, with bold and brilliant illustrations, and a story that will appeal to both parents and children alike' C a r o.

'My favourite picture books were both about friendship. The more sophisticated I Don't Want To Be a Pea. features a hippo and a bird arguing about what to wear for a fancy-dress party. It's all in dialogue, so parents and children can have fun doing the voices.' - Julia Donaldson, Guardian Books of the Year.

I Don’t Want To Be a Pea. Jun I Don’t Want To Be a Pea Uncategorized. Bella is Hugo’s bird (literally) and Hugo is Bella’s hippo, but both are very much their own person. It’s time for the Fairytale Fancy Dress Party and the two friends decide to go as a duo: the princess and the pea.

But who will be the pea. book reviews > i dont want to be a pea I Don’t Want to be a Pea. Teachwire, Added: 3 years ago. About the Book. Author: Ann Bonwill. Age Range: Years Years Years. Publisher: Oxford University Press Price: £, paperback. About the Author Ann Bonwill grew up in Maryland, surrounded by books.

She started writing stories as soon as she could hold a crayon. The author of I Don’t Want to Be a Pea and I Am Not a Copycat!, Ann has lived in many places, from Albuquerque, New Mexico, to Frankfurt, Germany.

But Bella doesn't want to be a pea - she would rather be a mermaid, with Hugo as a big, grey rock. There are more disagreements ahead, but ultimately Hugo and Bella realise that the most important thing is that they go to the party together.

LoveReading View on I Don't Want to be a Pea. A celebration of friendship and of differences, this is a touching story of developing friendship and accommodating the feelings of others. Hippos and peas belong together and Hugo and Bella are no exception. But there are times when they cannot agree.

'My favourite picture books were both about friendship. The more sophisticated I Don't Want To Be a Pea. features a hippo and a bird arguing about what to wear for a fancy-dress party. It's all in dialogue, so parents and children can have fun doing the voices.' * Julia Donaldson, Guardian Books of the Year *.

A bright and cheerful picture book about friendship and compromise. Hugo Hippo has a best bird. Bella Bird has a best hippo. They make a perfect pair, and they are going to the Fairy Tale Dress-Up party together, of course: Hugo will be the princess, and Bella will be the pea.4/5(1).

The more sophisticated I Don't Want To Be a Pea. features a hippo and a bird arguing about what to wear for a fancy-dress party. It's all in dialogue, so parents and children can have fun doing the voices.' * Julia Donaldson, Guardian Books of the Year */5().

A small pea-green clothbound book -- "I don't want you to go away with the impression that there're any -- you know -- any inconveniences involved in the religious life" (Zooey) Close.

6. .I don't want to be a pea (Book, ) [] Get this from a library! I don't want to be a pea. [Ann Bonwill; Simon Rickerty] -- Hugo Hippo and Bella Bird are best friends, but a disagreement over costumes may prevent the two from attending the annual "Fairytale Fancy Dress Party.".Hugo is in no doubt as to what he and Bella should go as to the Hippo-Bird Fancy Dress Party.

They will go as the princess and the pea and he will be the princess (of course!) leaving poor Bella to be the pea. Indignant, Bella refuses. She has a better suggestion - they will go as a .