4 edition of A is for aarrgh! found in the catalog.
Mog, a young boy living during the Stone Age, discovers words and language and teaches his fellow cave dwellers how to talk, thus altering the course of history.
|Statement||William J. Brooke|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||249 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||249|
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William J. Brooke lives in New York City. He and his wife are both singers and actors, particularly active in the Gilbert and Sullivan repertory.
Brooke has co-authored musical revues that have been performed off-Broadway, around the country, and in Canada. A Is For Aarrgh 5/5(1). A Is for AARRGH. book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Mog, a young boy living during the Stone Age, discovers words and /5. In A Telling of the Tales () and Untold Tales (, both HarperCollins), Brooke retold well-known fairy tales in elegant language with clever and sensible new endings that made the stories more realistic and believable than before.
In A Is for AARRGH!, he does the opposite, turning common knowledge about early humans 5/5(1). William J. Brooke lives in New York City.
He and his wife are both singers and actors, particularly active in the Gilbert and Sullivan repertory. Brooke has co-authored musical revues that have been performed off-Broadway, around the country, and in Canada.
A Is For Aarrgh. A Is for AARRGH. William J. Brooke No preview available - About the author () Brooke is the author of several acclaimed novels and story collections that give new twists to old tales. This book, A is for AARRGH, is one of the best books I have ever read.
It has a great plot, it is funny, has a bad character, and there is just enough suspense to keep the reader hooked. The only thing I don't like is how there is romance in it.
If you are an adult who is looking for a book to read to your kids, read this to them. They will love it. PLB X Here's some caveman satire from Brooke (A Brush with Magic,etc.), who focuses on young Mog; his invention of the Word revolutionizes the lives of his parents, Brog and Pog, and everyone else in the club-wielding tribe.
It also gives glib, venal Drog a weapon. Although Mog finds a fascinating companion in a wandering young woman dubbed Teller for her ability to. Telling of the Tales: Five Stories; A is for Aarrgh. Buy this book These boisterous, down-to-earth ``retellings'' of familiar tales are carefully adjusted to 20th-century values and designed to.
Master storyteller William J Brooke creates an outrageously funny spoof on the birth of language. Long, long ago, people lived in caves, woolly mammoths roamed the land, and communication generally meant a few grunts and a bonk on the head.
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Note: summary text provided by external source. Long, long ago--even before "once upon a time"--when people lived in caves, and woolly mammoths and saber-tooth tigers roamed the land, communication generally meant a few grunts and a couple of bonk bonks on the head with a big club for emphasis.
The book takes a sinister turn when Mog and the girl run away, and Drog, the tribe's laziest, most cunning and manipulative member, contorts words to suit his own selfish ends: he creates currency. Looking for books by William J. Brooke. See all books authored by William J. Brooke, including A Is for AARRGH!, and Teller of Tales, and more on “A is for Aarrgh!” by William J.
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A is for aarrgh!. [William J Brooke] -- Mog, a young boy living during the Stone Age, discovers words and language and teaches his fellow cave dwellers how to talk, thus altering the course of history. Cave life would never be the same again!Brooke, William J.
is the author of 'Is for Aarrgh' with ISBN and ISBN A Is for AARRGH. Summary Note: summary text. In his fifth book for young readers, William J. Brooke makes the most of the possibilities in ''A Is for Aarrgh!,'' an amusing and slyly subversive tale about a precocious cave boy named Mog, set in a time before ''once upon a time.'' Mog's tribe communicates through love taps, sleep taps and various other taps delivered Author: Scott Veale.
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My daughter's books are pretty consistantly "AARRGH!" But I've seen them several different ways, such as "AAAAH" and "AAAWW" and just the plain old no double letter "ARGH." I could be WAY off, but I think "Argh" and the various spellings there off are more yells of frustration, while "aaaah" /"aaaww"/etc are more screams of fear.Title: A Is for Aarrgh Author: Brooke, William J.
Publisher: Harpercollins Childrens Books Price: Description:Joanna Cotler, New York, Hard Cover. Book Condition: New. First Edition. 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall. Tight, and unread copy of this book about storytelling before words existed. This is the Advanced reading copy, uncorrected.