Little Clancy's New Drum

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The Quiet Ones are trying to take a nap. But Little Clancy is banging on his new drum. BANG! BANG! BANG! What can the Quiet Ones do? They can take away his drum, but even that won't make Little Clancy be quiet!

While his friends are trying to nap, Little Clancy the turtle insists on banging his drum and other objects.

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Overview

The Quiet Ones are trying to take a nap. But Little Clancy is banging on his new drum. BANG! BANG! BANG! What can the Quiet Ones do? They can take away his drum, but even that won't make Little Clancy be quiet!

While his friends are trying to nap, Little Clancy the turtle insists on banging his drum and other objects.

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Karen Moroughan
Every mother with young children will recognize tiny turtle, Clancy, and his dilemma. He loses his drum to one of the "quiet ones." They are trying to snooze, but Clancy is ready to play. To Clancy, the drum is music to the ears, but to the others, it's annoying. One by one, the quiet ones come for his drum and it's then that Clancy uses his imagination. As all young children do, he improvises. When someone comes for his drumsticks, he uses other means to make noise. This book will appeal to all ages. Adults will recognize themselves and children will enjoy Clancy's improvisations.
School Library Journal
PreS-K-"The Quiet Ones are trying to snooze, but Little Clancy has a new drum. BANG! BANG! BANG!" When Big Eric takes it away, the youngster thumps on a box; when that is removed, he tings on cans, taps on stones, and kloks on wood. Taking away his drumsticks makes Clancy cry-the noisiest noise of all-leading to the return of his instrument and everyone joining in the drumming, tapping, and thumping. The subject, illustrations, and text are all well suited to the intended audience. The short, present-tense sentences in large type are full of onomatopoetic words. The illustrations of humanoid animals, done in soft watercolor and pencil and set in ample white space, often with no background, make it easy to follow the action. Little Clancy's openmouthed grin aptly conveys a toddler's joy at exploring the percussiveness of his environment. Read this aloud but be prepared to tap, thump, and drum your way around the house or library.-Karen James, Louisville Free Public Library, KY
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780763602772
  • Publisher: Candlewick Press
  • Publication date: 8/4/1997
  • Series: Giggle Club (in pbk)
  • Pages: 24
  • Age range: 3 - 4 Years
  • Product dimensions: 7.97 (w) x 7.96 (h) x 0.12 (d)

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