Bink & Gollie
Publish date: September 14th 2010
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Pages no: 88
Edition language: English
Series: Bink & Gollie (#1)
"Binkness" and "Gollieness" are words that have now actively entered my vocabulary. Bink and Gollie are best friends despite being very different. What they have in common: the need for speed on skates, a deep love of pancakes, and their love for each other. What they don't have in common would be e...
Easy reader in style, not in vocabulary -- but that is often worked into the story. A great book to read with your beginning reader (or to challenge one!). Mostly black and white illustrations, Bink, Gollie, and the object of focus in color.
Elizabeth Bird wrote a very thoughtful and considered review. I just loved it. Love Fucile's illustrations which add tremendously to the text. Love the good friends who aren't the same, but can compromise. Just so cute.We went to see DiCamillo at the Regulator bookstore yesterday. If you get a ...
A fun, chapter book with a contemporary feel. Bink is short and blond and tousle-haired. Gollie is a gangly, pixie-cut brunette and has a way with words. Bink lives at the bottom of a tree in a tiny cottage. Gollie lives in a modern-style treehouse near the top of the tree. Halfway up the tree, ther...