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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly
  • Simms Taback
  • English
  • 25 June 2018
  • 9780670869398

About the Author: Simms Taback

Simms Taback was an American writer, graphic artist, and illustrator of than 35 books He won the 2000 Caldecott Medal for U.S picture book illustration, recognizing Joseph Had a Little Overcoat, and was a runner up in 1998 for There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly.



10 thoughts on “There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

  1. says:

    5 SILLY sOh My Goodness This is another one of my favorites from back when I was a kid There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly is a goofy lyrical book that was rewritten from a 1940s American folk poem by Simms Taback and is also a Caldecott Honor Book It s bold, whimsical and the illustrations are awesome There is a hole that s cut out of each page to reveal the eaten animal in the old ladies belly The artwork is really bright and colorful It s such a fun and silly book that kids love It s a book you can truly have a lot of fun with that for sure Trust me you won t be disappointed

  2. says:

    A silly, funny book based on an old American folk poem.A old lady swallowed a fly and then she kept swallowing bigger animals in order to eat the smaller animals as a domino effect.In the end unfortunately she view spoiler dies hide spoiler

  3. says:

    This little story is a folktale from the 40s, didn t know that I enjoy the art of this book You get to see the animals inside her stomach My nephew asked for this book again last night.

  4. says:

    There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly is a silly lyrical book rewritten from a 1940s American folk poem by Simms Taback and is a Caldecott Honor Book This book is about how an old lady manages to swallow every animal that comes in her path for no reason, until she goes a bit too far towards the end This book is full of silly fun, but smaller children might want to watch out for the disturbing ending Simms Taback has done an excellent job at writing this story as it sounds upbeat and is creative, especially when he states about why the old lady swallow one animal after the other Simms Taback also brings some attitude to the story as he makes it seem like what the old lady is doing is absurd, such as how he stated that it was absurd how the old lady swallowed a bird Simms Taback also does a superb job at illustrating this book as he makes each character look surreal The image that stood out the most was the image of the old lady herself as she is the most surrealistic looking character in the entire book The old lady has bloodshot eyes throughout the book indicating she is crazy and her dress is black and has colorful dots painted all over her dress I also love the way that Simms Taback made die cuts in this book when she shows the animals that the old lady has swallowed in her belly and the die cut gets larger the larger the animal she swallows gets Parents should know that the ending might be too disturbing for smaller children I will not spoil the ending for you, but it does deal with the subject of death and children might worry about the concept of death Parents might want to explain to their children about how death is apart of life and be careful into how they are explaining this theme since smaller children might not understand the full concept of death Also, parents might want to talk to their children about he difference between reality and fantasy, especially since this book was not meant to be taken seriously and the things that the old lady has done does not really happen like that in real life.There was an Old Lady who swallowed a fly is certainly one silly book that children will love for many years I would recommend this book for children ages five and up since the format is simple for children to read, but the ending will definitely disturb smaller children since they do not understand about death in real life.Review is also on Rabbit Ears Book Blog

  5. says:

    My children were eating dinner when I read this to them and my 5 yr old was disgusted and my preschoolers were fascinated The book wasn t quite the old folk song that I remembered and I was a little disappointed Certain verses were repeated twice and I m not sure why I tried to guess at the pictures, wondering if perhaps there was a reason they were repeated due to the imagery in the cut out holes not matching up, so another page had to be added, but it still didn t seem to make sense Overall, it was okay, but nothing that truly touched me or my children.

  6. says:

    Caldecott Honor 1998 This American folk poem was first heard in the US sometime during the 1940 s My children enjoyed the bold, whimsical, illustrations because a hole was cut out of each page to reveal the eaten animal in the old ladies belly It s a goofy, silly book with a great moral NEVER SWALLOW A HORSE

  7. says:

    If you want a great book to go along with the song, this is the one for it I have looked at the other version of this book, which is the board book, but it just is not the same The illustrations in this book were made by using art media and collages on Kraft paper Also, when it comes to the items that the lady swallowed or has swallowed, they are hidden in the picture on the page before or page after Which makes it so cool Then with some of the animals, like the bird, cat, and dog,these pages have the different types or different breeds of the animal Which makes it awesome for the children who are interested in how many animals there are and how many different types of a certain animal there are In the end, we all know what happens with the old lady.

  8. says:

    This book is perfect for a young reader, first because it is rhyming rhyming books are perfect for new readers because it helps them associate letters to certain sounds The words are very easy, and the story line is light and playful A child would definitely enjoy this book because it is so silly and out there The illustrations go along perfectly because there are silly and kind of just thrown together as well all of the different bugs and things she swallows are pictured very humorously within the book I could make a fun activity out of this book in my classroom the kids can create their own bugs and things that the old lady swallowed or something of the sort.

  9. says:

    Love Doing a lesson on this book tomorrow

  10. says:

    This children s book is a creative illustrated story about the old lady who swallowed a fly The storyline of this book is that the old lady ate insects and animals that kept increasing in size The old, wacky lady was crazy enough to eat a horse Perhaps she ll die When you read the story out loud, you find it catchy and start singing along.The main character in this story is the old lady The old lady is the one that swallowed the fly, spider, bird, cat, dog, cow, and the horse She has crooked teeth and small glasses her eyes are bloodshot and look like marbles.This book takes place in the old lady s stomach She eats random animals and insects and all we see is inside her stomach.The author s message in this story is to have children realize what they are not suppose to eat Taback makes children s books fun and easy to read.I recommend this book to children who are learning to read It s a very catchy book, by that I mean once you read it, you get it stuck in your head I read this book to Sophie McCoy Sophie is a first grader at Weyauwega Fremont Elementary Her reaction to this book was quite great She said she loves this book and could read it everyday She thinks it is funny and awesome Sophie loves the characters and believes it to be memorable.

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