There was an old sailor

by Claire Saxby

Written in English
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  • Humorous stories,
  • Adaptations,
  • Sailors,
  • Children"s songs,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Nonsense verses,
  • Fiction,
  • Texts,
  • English Folk songs,
  • Marine animals,
  • Children"s stories,
  • Picture books for children,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Pictorial works

Edition Notes

Other titlesLittle old lady who swallowed a fly.
Statementwritten by Claire Saxby ; illustrated by Cassandra Allen
ContributionsAllen, Cassandra, illustrator
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7 S257 T54 2014
The Physical Object
Pagination1 volume (unpaged) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26490254M
ISBN 101771380225
ISBN 109781771380225
OCLC/WorldCa844533656

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There Was an Old Sailor by Claire Saxby Cassandra Allen will be published on March 1, This is an advance review of this story. There Was Old Sailor is a new spin on the classic "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. The sailor swallows a krill; he doesnt want to get ill so he swallows a jellyfish to catch the krill/5.

THERE WAS AN OLD SAILOR is a clever twist on There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. It all starts when a tough, old sailor makes the mistake of swallowing a krill, though it will, no doubt, make him ill. As the story progresses, the sailor makes some rather extreme food choices in an attempt to rid himself of the pesky krill/5(6).

The old sailor swallows a krill and then swallows a jelly to eat the krill, and he works his way up, with mounting absurdity, to the final swallow—a whale.

The illustrations are adeptly rendered in gouache and pencil; the round modeling of the sailor juxtaposed against the flat, stylized sea is particularly : Claire Saxby. Home» There Was An Old Sailor.

There Was An Old Sailor. There Was An Old Sailor. Resource author: Claire Saxby. Remember that old lady who swallowed a fly.

Well this hungry sailor start with a krill and even though it makes him ill, he just keeps on going. Walker Books. ISBN. There Was an Old Sailor. We rated this book: $ A krill is a type of spider that has long ears and short legs and lives in water.

An old sailor swallowed it. Then he swallowed a jellyfish. If I ate some sea animals I would throw up. And I wouldn’t eat them; I would eat healthy things. The sailor doesn’t look scary and he doesn’t. Twinkling eyes are combined with a ‘don’t mess with me stance’ then emphasised by his folded arms, this sailor is certainly a unique character.

Add to this his penchant for seafood – lots of it – this great character will certainly capture the attention and laughter of young listeners and readers. Remember “there was an old lady, who swallowed a fly”, of course you do. Continue.

Claire is the author of many books including There Was an Old Sailor, illustrated by Cassandra Allen, which won the Crystal Kite Member Choice Award, Australia and New Zealand Division, Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, to the class book. multiples of the same animal can be included on each page.

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There Was An Old Sailor. By Claire Saxby Cassandra Allen. This playful, rhyming picture book offers a fresh and fun new take on the song “There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly.” In Claire Saxby’s telling, a white-bearded, big-bellied sailor sets things in motion by swallowing a krill.

This playful, rhyming picture book offers a fresh and fun new take on the song?There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. In Claire Saxby's telling, a white-bearded, big-bellied sailor sets things in motion by swallowing a krill. He then goes on to swallow progressively larger sea creatures, each meant to catch the preceding one/5().

This rhyming story pays homage to the old lady who swallowed a fly, with an old sailor who, “ swallowed the krill—It’ll make him ill.” Ever-bigger sea creatures go down his throat, including a squid, (“Yes, he did—he swallowed a squid!”) and a ray (“Oh, what a day when he swallowed the ray!”).

There Was An Old Sailor (Book): Saxby, Claire: The tale of an old salty sailor who swallows a krill which makes him ill, and who cures his terrible bellyache. The tale of an old salty sailor who swallows a krill which makes him ill, and who cures his terrible bellyache by eating each animal in the sea, one after another.

This is a nautical take on the beloved childhood rhyme "There was an old lady who swallowed a fly.". Edition Notes. Originally published: Sydney: Walker Books and subsidiaries,   Book Review “There Was An Old Sailor” Claire Saxby & Cassandra Allen.

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Claire Saxby was born in Melbourne and grew up in Newcastle. She's lived in more houses than she can remember, and attended many schools. Claire is the author of many books including There Was an Old Sailor, illustrated by Cassandra Allen, which won the Crystal Kite Member Choice Award, Australia and New Zealand Division, Society of Children's Book Writers and.

The Old Sailor. There was once an old sailor my grandfather knew Who had so many things which he wanted to do That, whenever he thought it was time to begin, He couldn’t because of the state he was in. He was shipwrecked, and lived on an island for weeks, And he wanted a hat, and he wanted some breeks; And he wanted some nets.

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Get this from a library. There was an old sailor. [Claire Saxby; Cassandra Allen] -- A nautical take on the much-loved rhyme. There was an old sailor who swallowed a krill. I don't know why he swallowed a krill. Title: There Was an Old Sailor Format: Picture Books Product dimensions: 32 pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: 32 pages, X X in Published: March 1, Publisher: Kids Can Press Language: English.

If this book is something you're excited about, and if you have a blog of your own, There was once an old sailor my grandfather knew. Who had so many things which he wanted to do. That, whenever he thought it was time to begin, He couldn’t because of the state he was in.

Get this from a library. There was an old sailor. [Claire Saxby; Cassandra Allen] -- In this take on the well-known cumulative rhyme, The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, a sailor swallows a krill, a jelly, a fish, and so on; but surprisingly the story ends happily when he swallows a.

In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. But when it does find us, if we're lucky we're Odysseus tied up to the ship's mast, hearing the song with perfect clarity, but ferried to safety by a crew whose ears have been plugged with beeswax.

If we're not at all lucky, we're another sort of sailor stepping off the deck. This playful, rhyming picture book offers a fresh and fun new take on the song "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly." In Claire Saxby's telling, a white-bearded, big-bellied sailor sets things in motion by swallowing a krill.2/5(1).

There was once an old sailor my grandfather knew Who had so many things which he wanted to do That, whenever he thought it was time to begin, He couldn't because of the state he was in. He was shipwrecked, and lived on a island for weeks, And he wanted a hat, and he wanted some breeks; And he wanted some nets, or a line and some hooks.

And like so many sailor songs, it contains some advice for the listener. Bell-bottom Trousers. Touching on the eternal rivalry between land and sea military forces, this British song is a classic.

The Fireship. An old song, probably of naval origins, in which the swab loses both possessions and health. The Sailor. Stories by Jack Mason, the Old Sailor by “Theodore Thinker” [Francis Chandler Woodworth] () This little paper bound book is one of a series of stories by “Theodore Thinker,” the pseudonym of Francis Woodworth, who edited Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet, one of several magazines which merged with Robert Merry’s Museum.There are many variations of The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, but this particular one caught my eye because the bold and beautiful gouache and pencil illustrations have a strikingly surreal quality that really brings out the inherent incredulousness of the tale.

As the title suggests, There Was an Old Sailor is a fun nautical twist on the classic, with the protagonist being a burly old. A Sailor Returns Paperback – May 1, by Theodore Taylor (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings/5(2).