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by Irene Haas,Beatrice Schenk de Regniers


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Irene Haas, illustrator of Beatrice Schenk de Regniers's folk song adaptation Was It a Good Trade?, has traded in her preseparated art from the original 1956 publication for all-new art in a May reissue

Irene Haas, illustrator of Beatrice Schenk de Regniers's folk song adaptation Was It a Good Trade?, has traded in her preseparated art from the original 1956 publication for all-new art in a May reissue. PreSchool-This rhyming, whimsical story, based on a folk song, was first published in 1956 (Harcourt; . and has been completely reillustrated. In it, a man trades a knife for a wife, a cake for a rake, a shoe without a mate for a slate, and more.

Haas doesn't stray far from her original compositions; her figures are .

Young readers who find Old Mother Hubbard hilarious will giggle over this similar-sounding nonsense rhyme. In a series of trades, a rotund little man in a gingham suit swaps his knife for a wife, her cake for a rake, and so on, generally getting the better of each transaction, until at last he presents his wife with a whale.

Was It A Good Trade? book Beatrice Schenk de Regniers also wrote under the pseudonym Tamara Kitt. Books by Beatrice Schenk de Regniers.

Was It A Good Trade? book. Read because I wanted to see some of Haas' work, as she's been recommended to me. Cute nonsense folk song, I guess. and I wasn't charmed enough to feel motivated to look this up on youtube. Beatrice Schenk de Regniers also wrote under the pseudonym Tamara Kitt.

Beatrice Schenk de Regniers and Irene Haas have recorded the antics of this funny little hero with rhythm .

Beatrice Schenk de Regniers and Irene Haas have recorded the antics of this funny little hero with rhythm, rhyme, and humor in this delightful picture book based on a folk song. First published in 1957 and completely reillustrated by the original artist, Was It a Good Trade? is a book to read, sing, chant, and rhyme along with. Readers can even trade it!Was it a good trade? Was it a bad trade?

Author, Beatrice Schenk de Regniers and illustrator, Irene Haas are back with a reworking of their 1957 timeless treasure, and Was It A. .

Author, Beatrice Schenk de Regniers and illustrator, Irene Haas are back with a reworking of their 1957 timeless treasure, and Was It A Good Trade? is as fresh and entertaining today as it was forty-five years ago. Based on an old folk song, Ms de Regniers lilting text is full of rhyme, rhythm, and fun, and preschoolers will enjoy singing the repetitive refrain along with you, "Was it a good trade?/Was it a bad trade?/Was.

Beatrice Schenk de Regniers wrote many well-loved children's books, such as.2. Was It a Good Trade? Beatrice Schenk de Regniers, Irene Haas (Illustrator).

Beatrice Schenk de Regniers wrote many well-loved children's books, such as What Can You Do With A Shoe? and the Caldecott-winning May I Bring a Friend? Ms. de Regniers was once a social worker, a dancer, and the founder of a children's book club, but her true passion was writing children's books. Periodically, he asks if the results are good or bad, but readers know that his swapping doesn't amount to much, which is why he keeps at it. Near the end, he has the knife back, and announces that he is through with trading, but the next spread belies his words.

By Beatrice Schenk de Regniers. Illustrated by Irene Haas. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. 'Was It a Good Trade?,'' originally published in 1957, was among the early picture books by de Regniers, a prolific author who died two years ago. The story, based on a folk song, follows a restless man who keeps trading one thing for another, always wondering whether he has made the right choice: I had a little knife. Was it a good trade? Was it a bad trade? Was it a good trade -. hey? He trades a cake for a rake, the rake for a shoe, the shoe for a slate, the slate for a cat. And on it goes, until he eventually wheels home a whale.

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Never satisfied with what he has, a man trades away a knife, a shoe, and even his wife, all the while wondering if he has made a good trade.

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There was a little man who traded everything he could, until he ended up with everything he started with.

Beatrice Schenk de Regniers and Irene Haas have recorded the antics of this funny little hero with rhythm, rhyme, and humor in this delightful picture book based on a folk song. First published in 1957 and completely reillustrated by the original artist, Was It a Good Trade? is a book to read, sing, chant, and rhyme along with. Readers can even trade it!

Was it a good trade? Was it a bad trade? Was it a good trade -- hey?

Comments: (3)

Goldendragon
This was a book my mother read to me as a child. I ordered it as part of her Mother's day gift. She loved it!
crazy mashine
Author, Beatrice Schenk de Regniers and illustrator, Irene Haas are back with a reworking of their 1957 timeless treasure, and Was It A Good Trade? is as fresh and entertaining today as it was forty-five years ago. Based on an old folk song, Ms de Regniers lilting text is full of rhyme, rhythm, and fun, and preschoolers will enjoy singing the repetitive refrain along with you, "Was it a good trade?/Was it a bad trade?/Was it a good trade-/hey?" Ms Haas' charming, bright and colorful artwork captures and highlights the text beautifully, and is rich in expressive detail, humor, and vibrant eye-catching patterns. With a delightfully silly twist at the end to tickle your funny bone, Was It A Good Trade? is an engaging classic to share with friends and family now, and future generations in the years to come.
Enalonasa
fun, quick little silly story.
We read this as part of an early elementary econ unit on trade/bartering.
Did not teach any of this as it is a silly song for fun - ex. trades a knife for a wife. Hardly realistic but we laughed and enjoyed it.
Was It a Good Trade? download epub
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Irene Haas,Beatrice Schenk de Regniers
ISBN: 0060293608
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: HarperCollins (April 30, 2002)