Listen, Buddy

Listen Buddy Buddy s father had a beautiful big nose He was a great sniffer Buddy s mother had beautiful big teeth She was a great chomper Buddy had beautiful big ears It didn t matter Helen Lester and Lynn Munsin

  • Title: Listen, Buddy
  • Author: Helen Lester Lynn Munsinger
  • ISBN: 9780395854020
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • Buddy s father had a beautiful big nose He was a great sniffer Buddy s mother had beautiful big teeth She was a great chomper Buddy had beautiful big ears It didn t matter Helen Lester and Lynn Munsinger have created eight children s books together Munsinger s unparalleled animal characters and Lester s hysterical text have joined together to create another silly taBuddy s father had a beautiful big nose He was a great sniffer Buddy s mother had beautiful big teeth She was a great chomper Buddy had beautiful big ears It didn t matter Helen Lester and Lynn Munsinger have created eight children s books together Munsinger s unparalleled animal characters and Lester s hysterical text have joined together to create another silly tale about a bunny who just can t seem to listen.

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    1. Buddy was a rabbit with great big ears. His father had a beautiful big nose and a wonderful sense of smell. His mother had beautiful big teeth and could chomp carrots with the best of them. Unfortunately, Buddy’s beautiful big ears did not make him a good listener. Buddy got very distracted and so he just didn’t listen. His parents asked him to bring some squash home from the market; he brought a basket of wash instead. When they sent him for tomatoes, he came home with potatoes. His parents [...]


    2. Another clever story from Helen Lester. I love the characters that she creates. They are always so quirky and odd. Buddy, the rabbit with big ears and a problem with listening, is not exception. I really enjoyed the story and the Scruffy Varmint was very amusing. I felt bad for him, having to put up with such lousy help, but Buddy eventually learned a lesson, even if it was at the expense of the Scruffy Varmint's soup.


    3. Oh how I hope this book sunk into the hearts of my children. I have felt like buddy's parents many times! Great, fun way to show kids the importance of listeningb 8/6/16Read to dad, he liked it :)b 8/13/16


    4. This is a really great book about a bunny who has a hard time listening and his parents are frustrated. Great book about the importance of listening. Cute book


    5. we laugh out loud every single time we get to "who get the what from the where side of the where what?" so much fun to read and a good lesson as well


    6. Title: Listen Buddy Author: Helen Lester Illustrator: Lynn MunsingerGenre: Predictable Theme(s): Rabbits, listening Opening Line/Sentence: Buddy’s father had a beautiful big nose. He was a great sniffer. Brief Book Summary: Listen Buddy is centralized around a bunny rabbit named Buddy. Buddy has very long, large ears but fails to listen and comprehend with whatever his parents ask of him. When Buddy decides to go out for a ‘hop’ into unknown territory, he ends up in trouble. He would have [...]


    7. Even though Buddy has the BIGGEST, most BEAUTIFUL bunny ears, he isn't very good at listening. Need a slice of bread? Careful, you might get a slice of bed! Need a pen? Well I hope you like eggs, because Buddy will bring you a PEN! One day, Buddy gets to go on a long hop, but has to remember to listen to the directions. When the expected happens, Buddy's problem gets him into trouble with the Scruffy Varmint, who enlists his help making a stew. This is a fantastic read aloud to keep kids hanging [...]


    8. I love Helen Lester's humor. I read this aloud to kindergartners and was probably more amused than they were! But it definitely made them giggle too! And the Scruffy Varmint is quite a character.




    9. Title: Listen BuddyAuthor: Helen LesterIllustrator: Lynn MunsingerGenre: Predictable book, Children’s, Picture, FictionTheme: Listening, Rabbits, Performing tasksOpening line/sentence:Buddy’s father had a beautiful big nose.He was a great sniffer.Brief book summary: Buddy’s parents are always asking him for favors or to complete chores for them. Buddy is really bad at listening to what other people have to say, so he always ends up doing the wrong thing. One day he doesn’t listen to his [...]


    10. Title: Listen BuddyAuthor: Helen LesterIllustrator: Lynn MunsingerGenre: Predictable bookTheme(s): Predictable book, patterned phrase, the importance of listeningOpening line/sentence: Buddy's father had a beautiful big nose.Brief Book Summary: Buddy is a rabbit with beautiful big ears but doesn't ever use them for their purpose, listening. His parents will ask him to do them a favor, and after they repeat their favor to him multiple times he still doesn't listen correctly. Eventually, his liste [...]


    11. I loved the whole theme of the book. Listening is very, very importantat is why we have "two" ears and only "mouth." Listening is an art all onto itself and one sadly we are losing in our culture. Before we become too critical of our adorable, non-listening main character, Buddy remember we all are guilty of such an atrocity. :)Buddy was blessed with big beautiful ears. Ears that were soft and velvety and hung down his back but were not tuned in to do what they were designed to doen! When his d [...]


    12. Buddy the bunny has really big ears but does not know how to use them. Despite everything he is told, he never listens accurately and always seems to do the wrong thing. The tale tells of all the silly mistakes buddy makes by not listening and eventually he finds himself in trouble when he doesn't follow his parent's instructions and comes across the scruffy varmint and almost gets eaten. After this scary turn of events Buddy learns how important it is to listen carefully and finally finds value [...]


    13. Lester, Helen Listen, Buddy, illustrated by Lynn Munsinger. PICTURE BOOK. HMH Books, 2013. (Original printing: 1995.) $8.99. Content: G.Buddy is NOT a good listener. When his dad asks him for a pen, for example, Buddy brings back a hen. And when his mother requests a slice of bread, well, he slices his bed instead. So it's no surprise that when Buddy is sent on an errand, he forgets which way he is supposed to go and ends up at the home of the Scruffy Varmint. But even the terrifying Scruffy Var [...]


    14. I thought this was a cute story that gave an interesting perspective about what might cause children to not listen. There wasn't really to much to this story that would give you something to enjoy besides the idea of the story and what the author was trying to get across. The Illustration had some strong points, but it wasn't anything that would really grab your attention.For the classroom, you wouldn't really have your students take to much away from this story in the context of vocabulary and [...]


    15. This is a perfect book for parents to read their children and explain the importance of listening. It tells the story of Buddy, a bunny who had great big ears yet, he still had problems with listening. The book goes through several scenarios of having his parents ask Buddy to bring them something and each time he doesn't listen right and brings something hilarious back. Finally, his parents allow him to go on a walk alone and while they made it very clear which direction to go so he doesn't go w [...]


    16. Buddy is NOT a good listener. When his dad asks him for a pen, for example, Buddy brings back a hen. And when his mother requests a slice of bread, well, he slices his bed instead. So it's no surprise that when Buddy is sent on an errand, he forgets which way he is supposed to go and ends up at the home of the Scruffy Varmint. But even the terrifying Scruffy Varmint can't get through to Buddy. Not until Buddy mishears something crucial and gets the fright of his life. That day Buddy learns how t [...]


    17. We've read most of the books in the Tacky series by Helen Lester and Lynn M. Munsinger, so I was excited to see that they'd collaborated on another series. This book is part of the Laugh-Along Lessons books that help to teach children about ethical and moral themes. I thought that this was an entertaining story about learning to listen. The narrative is short and easy to read aloud and the illustrations are colorful and cartoonish.


    18. I didn't think this one was as great as Tacky, or even the Princess parrot one. I kept waiting for the book to get to the climax and didn't find myself enjoying it along the way as I do with her other works. And I'm still trying to figure out if Buddy doesn't hear well, or if he doesn't listen. (HUGE difference, and a possible lesson there if that were the case.) But my biggest problem was the copy I read was really, really smelly. And you know me and smelly books--we don't like to be near each [...]


    19. This book tells the story of a bunny names Buddy. Buddy has a hard time listening to his parents even though he has big ears. He tries to do what his parents ask, but somehow he always gets it wrong. One day, Buddy takes a wrong turn while out on a walk and ends up at the cave of the Scruffy Varmint. This mistake nearly got him eaten and he finally learns his lesson. I would use this book to teach my students about the importance of being a good listener. The book shows that listening skills are [...]


    20. This book was not very good for content purposes besides reading practice. It would be a great introduction lesson for the beginning of the year and how important it is to listen. You could have young students maybe make their own bunny ears to make sure they are always listening. It is a good book to reinforce how listening is so helpful for behavior AND so you are able to follow directions and not be confused. You could use this as reinforcement all throughout the year telling them to put thei [...]


    21. This is one of my favorite Helen Lester books. I love the way Buddy "mishears" everything (reminds me of another picture book my daughter liked when she was little, Bendemolena, or The Cat Who Wore a Pot on Her Head). I also love the way Buddy responds to the Scruffy Varmint: "Who get the what from the where side of the where what?" This is a fun one to read to classes when they're doing more talking that listening. And yes, I realize that would be EVERY SINGLE DAY. :)


    22. I read this because it was recommended by a friend. Her sons name is Buddy. This book was fine, and I can see why they like it but it left to much to inference with me! For instant I was confused when it said "A slice of bread" "Sure" said Buddy. Then there is no resolution except the picture and the picture isn't super clear I think it is a slice of a bed?? Not sure! That would make sense! Cute enough not a love love!


    23. Buddy has humongous ears but he doesn't listen to the things that people say to him. His parents don't know what to do with him and they don't know how to make him pay attention. His absent-mindedness does make for some humorous events. To be honest, I was worried that Buddy was going to be slightly deaf, but he just had a hard time paying attention sometimes. Once I got over that, it definitely became extremely adorable.


    24. "Twenty five hops later, Buddy discovered that right was wrong."A little bunny, who has trouble listening to his parents, finds his life in danger because he can't follow the directions they give him. A good example of how illustrations tell a part of the story.I've been looking for books for my kindergarten teachers about listening, which seem to be difficult to find. This one might work at some level.


    25. Buddy the bunny rabbit has big beautiful ears, but that doesn't matter. Buddy has a listening problem and always brings his parents something they didn't ask for. One day, Buddy goes on a long hop and when he comes to the fork in the road he can't remember if he is supposed to go right or left because he never listens. This is a great little story of why it is important to listen and pay attention to what you are told.


    26. Fun story about actuallly listening when people are talking to you, a lesson kids can learn with this book. Maybe it will even sink in after multiple readings, who knows! :)Discussing the story with your child after reading it will hopefully help him/her realise that it's important to listen, and that the story's not just about Buddy the rabbit, but about everyone.


    27. Despite his big ears, Buddy the bunny is not a good listener. Whenever his parents tell him something they have to repeat it over and over, and then he still gets it wrong. Setting out on a walk one day Buddy is told to stay to the left, but he remembers right and heads right to the rascally varmint. How will he escape?


    28. This is another great book with a lesson by Helen Lester. Buddy's dad's beautiful big nose could really sniff and his mom's beautiful big teeth could really chomp. However, Buddy's beautiful big ears just couldn't listen. He never listened to anything he was asked to do. Buddy discovers the importance of learning to listening.


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