Gobble It Up! A Fun Song About Eating!

Gobble It Up A Fun Song About Eating Clap your hands and tap your feet to renowned wildlife artist Jim Arnosky s adorable and catchy new song picture book that celebrates animals engaged in everyone s favorite daily activity eating If yo

  • Title: Gobble It Up! A Fun Song About Eating!
  • Author: Jim Arnosky
  • ISBN: 9780439903622
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Clap your hands and tap your feet to renowned wildlife artist Jim Arnosky s adorable and catchy new song picture book that celebrates animals engaged in everyone s favorite daily activity eating If you were a wild raccoon,You d hunt at night by the light of the moon.You d catch some crawdads where they crawl,And gobble them up shells and all From a hungry crocodile sClap your hands and tap your feet to renowned wildlife artist Jim Arnosky s adorable and catchy new song picture book that celebrates animals engaged in everyone s favorite daily activity eating If you were a wild raccoon,You d hunt at night by the light of the moon.You d catch some crawdads where they crawl,And gobble them up shells and all From a hungry crocodile s attempt at a meal of wild ducklings, to a shark cruising for schools of fish, to a whale wrestling a wild giant squid to a panda eating rare bamboo While some animals become food and some get away, readers will delight in seeing what and how different animals eat.That s the way we all surviveWe have to eat to stay alive.We eat the food we have, and then We have to hunt for food again

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  • Jim Arnosky

    Jim Arnosky was born in New York City, NY Sept 1, 1946 He was raised in Pennsylvania Jim graduated from high school in Philadelphia and joined the US Naval Reserves His active duty took him to Maryland and Bremerhaven, Germany.In 1976 Jim and his wife Deanna moved to Vermont with their two daughters where they have lived in an old farmhouse for the past 28 years 17 of those years were spent raising sheep.Jim is self taught in writing, art and the natural sciences He has written and illustrated 86 books on nature subjects and has illustrated 46 other books written by various authors He has been awarded the Christopher Medal, Orbis Pictus Honor, ALA Gordon Award, and Outstanding Science book awards from National Science Teachers Associations.Jim loves to fish, boat, and play his guitar In his work, he uses a Betacam SP video camcorder with a 1600 mm lens to record the wildlife he and Deanna find all across the country.

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  • Arnosky, Jim Gobble It Up: A fun song about eating! , 2008. PICTURE BOOK. Complete with rollicking music on CD, this hilarious book is a straightforward look at every creature’s need to eat. Kids might get a little squeamish when the ducklings get eaten, but this is the facts of life, folks. If my own kids were younger, I would definitely add this to our long car trip repertoire. EL – ESSENTIAL. Cindy Mitchell – Library-Teacherkissthebook/2008


  • This eating-themed book showcases a variety of animals, from raccoons to great white sharks, hunting for their preferred prey. On one hand, it’s good that the author showed that carnivorous animals are not “bad” animals—a message that needs to be taught in the midst of widespread extermination of coyotes and other species. I also like that the author included unpopular and misunderstood species, as well as those who are more instantly recognizable.I don’t, however, understand why the a [...]


  • I was so excited about this book: fun title, food books are usually good, animals were involved, and a CD was included. I was SURE this book would be great for a storytime (rhyming text and all that.)The first animal we encounter is a raccoon. Fine. A nice little verse about a raccoon. The second one is about a crocodile who is chasing some ducklings. And not in a cute funny way. He is about to eat them. It weirded me out, and I couldn't finish the book. Don't even think about reading this if yo [...]


  • I think the whole circle of life thing and eating ducks isn't really something for a children's book. I mean-- yes it happens. Everything has to eat. I think the fact that there is a little tune that goes with it is a little weird. And I usually like books that are a little off the appropriate track. Skip this one.


  • was that a look of HORROR i spied on steve's face as he read this aloud to the girls on mommy's sickbed? could it have been the squid tentacle hanging out of the whale's mouthoh yeah, the same one as was on the cover that we both completely missed?!?! never ever a readaloud to library children--lawsuit for wounding child's tender psyche.


  • Nice book to use to introduce food chains. It also comes with a song that you can find on youtube! The illustrations are great and captivating to the students. I would recommend this book to 1-2nd grades.


  • This is a cute song and has big, bold illustrations to accompany the verses. Unfortunately, my copy does not have the CD but I am searching for it and looking forward to hearing the song. This may make a fun musical addition to a food themed storytime.


  • This is interesting because most kid's books don't show reality when it comes to the food chain. This one does in a rhyme. There's a CD included which I haven't yet listened to. When we do, I'm sure it will become a favorite-all-the-time kind of thing just for its multimedia aspect.


  • This book was about the cycle of life and animals eating. I didn't like this book at all. I think that it was inappropriate for children to read because it talks about killing animals. I know that this is a cycle of life but the pictures used where not appropriate for a young child's eyes.


  • We had the CD that went along with this book so we listened to the guy sing the story. It was super cute about what animals eat in the world. It puts a rated G twist on the food chain. It is a good book to teach kids, but not to scare them.


  • I really liked this book except for when the crocodile eats the ducklings =(I know it's real life but it's sort of a harsh reality for a readaloud.



  • Interesting approach to the circle of life that even young kids will understand. I'm not sure about the crocodile gobbling up the baby ducks, but I like the book.


  • Cool book - great pictures and neat way to make the food chain interesting and educational for young kids w/o being graphic and preachy.


  • I am a terrible singer, but I have to admit, I really enjoy books that are put to song. This one even comes with a CD. We all eat to stay alive, just the cycle of life (poor little ducklings :(


  • Its an okay book. Nothing special. Just a little ditty about how different animals eat different things to survive. Illustrations are average.







  • I bet it helps a lot to hear the CD. I may do that next week unless it gets checked out. We had another new book that came with a CD - maybe I'll listen to them both.


  • Read it in Preschool today, cute bookuntil the crocodile eats the delicious ducklingss nature, but the kids were 3. Beautiful illustrations!



  • In this book, that is actually a song, the animals are portrayed eating. Not particularly entertaining or fun.




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