[PDF] ↠ Free Read Ø Happy Punks 1 2 3: A Counting Story : by John Seven Jana Christy ✓

By John Seven Jana Christy | Comments: ( 556 ) | Date: ( Dec 06, 2019 )

To call Happy Punks 1 2 3 adorable would be an understatement It tells us Welcome to Planet Earth and Here s some cool stuff you could do in life Teresa Taylor, B tthole SurfersWelcome to New Flip City, a Busytown for a new era and home of the Happy Punks, twelve colorful, fun loving, and creatively exciting friends Come along as the Happy Punks get ready for t To call Happy Punks 1 2 3 adorable would be an understatement It tells us Welcome to Planet Earth and Here s some cool stuff you could do in life Teresa Taylor, B tthole SurfersWelcome to New Flip City, a Busytown for a new era and home of the Happy Punks, twelve colorful, fun loving, and creatively exciting friends Come along as the Happy Punks get ready for their big show and are joined by their friends, a collection of animals, robots, zombies, snowmen, cavemen, and who make life in New Flip City fun and who all love to dance at the end of the day In Happy Punks 1 2 3 we meet each of the punks as they go through their day, explore New Flip City, meet up with their friends, and have a big party with music and dancing We also learn to count to twelve


  • Title: Happy Punks 1 2 3: A Counting Story
  • Author: John Seven Jana Christy
  • ISBN: 9781933149677
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

John Seven Jana Christy

John Jana are les enfants terrible of picture books today School Library JournalJohn Seven is a writer living in Western Massachusetts He began his career with the legendary 90s indie comic, Very Vicky, which he created with his wife, children s book illustrator Jana Christy.



Comments Happy Punks 1 2 3: A Counting Story

  • Hans

    This is the freaking apex of children's counting books. I wish I did not know how to count, so I could learn from this book.Not only is the book dedicated to Joe Strummer (plus Lux Interior and Joey Ramone), but it has robots, a record-store-managing zombie, an accordion babe, a jet-pack-wearing steam punk girl (and 10 other punks), a (sorta talking) big orange cat, a giant squid, wiener dogs, a gelato-hawking penguin, and an alphabet-related CBGB's sight gag. The only thing missing is the child [...]


  • Maria

    The coolest kid book ever. Great way to teach children to count and learn a few things about ska and punk music.


  • Betsy

    Here is how, as of the date of this review, defines the term “punk culture”. Ahem. “. . . largely characterized by anti-establishment views and the promotion of individual freedom.” Now look at your toddler. Go on. Give that kiddo a long, lingering look. Consider, for a moment, what makes a small child a small child. Do they believe in individual freedoms? Anyone who has ever attempted to herd a group of them will immediately answer yes. Are they anti-establishment? Well, what would YOU [...]


  • Natalie

    The appropriately named Sheena, Desmond, and Malcolm like The Specials & The Ramones, making fliers, and perfectly sculpting their gravity defying mohawks. I can imagine many former punks would be delighted to read this with their kiddos opening up an opportunity for sharing music and letting their kids in on some of the references from the book such as this


  • Janet

    I love when I find books that are just perfect for my Athens customers!


  • Jess

    A cute little book! Definitely would buy this for my future kid/s.


  • Michelle McBeth

    I was so happy to read this book! The first thing I loved about it were the clean living punks. Many teenagers who don't live in the mainstream, whether they do drugs, cause chaos, or break the law or not, tend to get a bad rap. And let's face it, a lot of these kids do live badly. But I loved seeing a picture book portraying punks who have fun living their lifestyle without the drugs, the law breaking and the chaos. This picture book counts as it adds one friend after another to the group and s [...]


  • Helena

    By John & Jana, the same team who created the popular A Rule Is To Break, the finely illustrated Happy Punks 1 2 3 shows kids that active participation in creative endeavors like playing music, making posters, finding snazzy thrift-shop clothes, and dancing can be more fun than passively sitting on the couch playing video games or watching tv. Very original and perfect for families who think outside the box and want to encourage DIY endeavors!


  • T. Mike

    Cognitive dissonance makes my brain hurt.Down goes the Main-mast, down, down, down. Malagene, roar, roar, and ravish, here are Punks in beaten Satin, Sirrah; Termagant, triumphant, first-rate Punks, you Rogue.


  • Julie Esanu

    I really wanted to like this book since it combines punk music and related cultural references with counting, but I couldn't read it without my librarian's lens. Unfortunately, I found both the text and illustrations to be scattered and disjointed.


  • Jen

    A nicely illustrated kids book with a variety of characters.


  • Carol

    Let's just say strange and leave it at that.


  • Jessica

    This would be great for a music educator who wanted to introduce young children in a different genre of music!


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