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by Carol A. Camburn,Laura T. Barnes

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Ernest and Elston book. Ernest and Elston (Ernest series). 0967468167 (ISBN13: 9780967468167).

Ernest and Elston book.

by. Barnes, Laura T. Publication date. Camburn, Carol A. Boxid. Self-esteem, Individuality, Roosters - Fiction, Domestic animals - Fiction, Self-esteem - Juvenile fiction, Individuality - Juvenile fiction, Birds - Juvenile fiction, Donkeys - Juvenile fiction, Self-esteem - Fiction, Individuality - Fiction, Birds - Fiction, Donkeys - Fiction, Donkeys, Birds. Sergeantsville, NJ : Barnesyard Books. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control).

I recently purchased the five book series of Ernest the Donkey for my granddaughter. Ernest is a delightful little donkey with honest qualities and human-like character that animal lovers often see in their "friends. I believe the series is destined to become a much-loved classic. Ernest and the Big Itch (Ernest Series). com User, September 21, 2005.

This copy of Twist and Ernest by Laura T. Barnes, illustrated by Carol A. Camburn is a HB with a DJ. It was published by Barnesyard Books in 1999. It is part of the Ernest Series. Condition: Very Good/Very Good-pages are crisp and clean and show no handling; binding tight; one minor indentation on the front cover; DJ shows a tiny hint of handling along the top edge; minor scratch on the DJ; DJ is not price clipped. I do combine shipping.

Author Seton Ernest Thompson

Author Seton Ernest Thompson. Categories: Fiction Historical Fiction, Nonfiction, Fiction Classic. His notable books related to Scouting include The Birch Bark Roll and The Boy Scout Handbook. He is responsible for the strong influence of American Indian culture in the BSA. Born Ernest Evan Thompson in South Shields, County Durham (now part of South Tyneside, Tyne and Wear), England of Scottish parents, Seton's family emigrated to Canada in 1866. The stories became a series of articles written for the Ladies Home Journal and were eventually collected in the The Birch Bark Roll of the Woodcraft Indians in 1906. Seton was married twice.

Ernest Series, Volume 2. English. By (author) Laura T. Camburn.

In Twist and Ernest, Ernest wins over the heart of a beautiful show horse, proving that you don't have to look alike to be great friends. Place of Publication. Sergeantsville, NJ. Content Note. Country of Publication.

Place of Publication. The After Series set by Anna Todd (2019, Paperback).

When Elston decides he doesn't want to be a rooster anymore, the Barnesyard animal friends learn the hard way what can go wrong when someone pretends to be something they're not. Convinced that the other animals dislike him because he wakes them up every morning, Elston decides he'd rather be a donkey. Although his pal Ernest steadfastly tries to convince him otherwise, Elston insists on hiding his beautiful feathers and doing everything he can to stifle his crow. Chaos soon occurs in the barnyard, however, when the animals fail to wake up in the morning and their daily routine is turned upside down. As the day unfolds, Elston gradually comes to appreciate that everyone is special just as they are. Inspired by real-life animals and events at the Barnesyard farm, this endearing tale teaches children about celebrating their differences and being themselves.

Comments: (7)

All the Ernest books have a great message for kids and beautiful illustrations. My daughter brought them all home from the library repeatedly for a year until I bought them.
Great book! I have them all! I know the author, with such great tales about her animals
The story is adorable. I ordered a "In Very Good Condition" and one page corner was ripped and missing, but was not listed in description when ordering.
Darling book.
Elston is a rooster who cannot contain his powerful urge to do what roosters are born to do, "They Crow!" The other barn animals complain when he wakes them at the crack of dawn.

"Why do you have to make that racket every morning?"

"I'm not sure," answered Elston. "I just do, do, do...." And with that he utters another extra loud, "Cockle doodle doooooooo."

The animals all agree that just one morning; they would like to sleep in.

The next morning Elston stuffs his beak in the hay bale to prevent himself from crowing. He holds his breath. He feels like he is going to burst. His whole body puffs up trying to stifle his crow. It takes all of his effort to not do what comes naturally to him. Exhausted from holding back his crow, he falls back to sleep.

"Elston! Elston! "Wake up," shouts his donkey friend, Ernest. Ernest tells him that he is needed to be who he is. He is needed to crow and wake everyone up in the morning. Elston discovers what can go wrong when you try to be something you're not. Celebrate who you are!

Elston and Ernest is the fifth in this award-winning Ernest Series. Awards include: Teacher's choice Award, Mom's Choice Award, and the Silver Ben Franklin Award.

All stories include tales about real-life animals as well as valuable life-lessons. Look for the cute little critter hiding on every page.
Everyone wants to be liked and most of us don't want to be different. And that is Elston, the rooster's dilemma. He believes the barnyard animals don't like him because he wakes them up every morning. Ernest, the donkey, attempts to assure his friend that the animals may not want to wake up so early in the morning, but they like Elston.

Elston decides that it would be better if he wasn't a rooster and didn't crow. But everything goes awry when Elston tries to be something he isn't. Elston and everyone else soon discover how special they each are, differences included.

Ernest and Elston is a fun, yet educational book that can help children appreciate themselves and their own differences. The illustrations are inviting and warm and will draw the children into the story.

Armchair Interviews says: Ernest and Elston is part of a series that children will enjoy and learn from.
Ernest and Elston (Ernest series) download epub
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Carol A. Camburn,Laura T. Barnes
ISBN: 0967468167
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: Barnesyard Books (September 21, 2005)
Pages: 32 pages