Chaos ensues when a young boy gets his kite stuck up a tree in this laugh-out-loud new picture book from award-winning, internationally best-selling author-illustrator Oliver Jeffers! Floyd gets his kite stuck up a tree. He throws up his shoe to shift it, but that gets stuck too. So he throws up... show more
Chaos ensues when a young boy gets his kite stuck up a tree in this laugh-out-loud new picture book from award-winning, internationally best-selling author-illustrator Oliver Jeffers! Floyd gets his kite stuck up a tree. He throws up his shoe to shift it, but that gets stuck too. So he throws up his other shoe and that got stuck, along with! a ladder, a pot of paint, the kitchen sink, an orang-utan and a whale, amongst other things! Will Floyd ever get his kite back? A hilarious book with a wonderful surprise ending.
Publish date: 2011-11-10
Pages no: 32
Edition language: English
Good children story about how one solve a small problem by throwing bigger stuff at them to create a even bigger problem. That's how programmer works sometimes. And sometimes, government makes that same mistake too. It is an enjoyable story. The illustration is good. The story is read by Oliv...
Wow, this book was silly and absurd. Our main character is kiting, and suddenly his kite gets stuck in a tree. So what do you do? Well normally one would get a parent or a ladder to get said kite out of the tree. Not our main character, no he throws his favourite shoe at the kite, only to find that ...
My son's grandpa got him this for his third birthday, and it's become a favorite bedtime story. A little boy gets his kite stuck in a tree. Trying to knock it loose, he throws his shoe up after it... but that becomes stuck, too. The boy continues to throw an increasingly ridiculous collection of thi...
It's a silly story about the time the kite got stuck in the tree and everything else got thrown up into the tree to knock the kite loose. That's it. Improbably things stuck in a tree.Library copy
I don't always love Oliver Jeffers, but when I love him, I REALLY love him. This is a terrific, weird little book about cause and effect; Molly finds it laugh-out-loud absurd. I'm not nuts about Jeffers' handwriting all the text, because it's harder for a kid to try to read themselves, but the story...