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  • Hardcover
  • 32
  • The Frank Show
  • David Mackintosh
  • English
  • 03 July 2019
  • 9781419703935

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The Frank Show Free read ã eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF This hilarious offbeat picture book from the creator of Marshall Armstrong Is New to Our School reveals that there is to the older generation than meets the eye Grandpa Frank doesn’t have any interesting hobbies unless you count complaining about how everything was better in the old days He doesn’t speak Italian like Paolo’s mom or play the drums like Tom’s uncle He’s just a grandpa So when the young narrator of this story is forced to bring Frank to school for show and tell he’s sure it’s going to be a disaster But Frank has a trick make that a tattoo up his sleeve And a story to go with it After all the longer you’ve been around the time you’ve had for wild adventures Praise for The Frank Show STARRED REVIEWS“Mackintosh’s busy helter skelter images contribute mightily to the story’s humor and emotional honesty but it’s the willful personalities of both of these protagonists that make it stand out” Publishers Weekly starred. What s a boy to do when you have to show and tell a member of your family at school and the only person available is your cantankerous old Grandpa FrankIn The Frank Show our young unnamed narrator has a dilemma He hears about all the cool interesting family members his classmates are bringing in for show and tell but all he can think about when having to talk about his grandpa is his mile long list of complaints about the younger generation This show and tell is bound to be a disaster or is itThe Frank Show is a wonderful book for kids and teens alike that is full of humor while also tugging on your heartstrings Everyone has members of their family whom they often say It s just grandpa or It s just mom and fail to appreciate all of the wonderful pieces of them that have been overlooked by their singular view of that person What David Mackintosh has set out to accomplish in this story is to help kids see past their myopic view of their family members and dig deeper into who they are as people not just as mom dad or grandpa Read the rest of my review on my blog

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The Frank Show Free read ã eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Their grandparents have yet to reveal about their own life stories BookPageThe cartoon illustrations are very funny Frank’s oversize glasses with a missing right temple enhance the mood A sweet story that proves that elderly relatives can be cool after all School Library JournalAs a lover of vintage and vintage inspired children’s books I was instantly enad with The Frank Show by British illustrator and designer David Mackintosh a charming homage to grandparents and the art of seeing beneath the grumpy exterior Brain PickingsThe art is appealing as well; digitally created scenes pulls together planes of vivid color a multitude of small elements outlined in black scrawls and elements of collage The Bulletin of the Center for Children's BooksReminding readers that everyone has a story to tell this picture book is fun to read while providing insight into human character Reading Today Online Awards GOLD Parents' Choice Award Winner Picture Books. There is nothing exciting about this little boy s grandpa Frank And this is an issue for the boy because on Friday he has to give a show and tell presentation in class about someone in his family He has to talk for a whole minute He rules out his baby sister and his mother and father say no That leaves Frank All week other students give amazing show and tell talks about fascinating family members The boy is distraught and although he gives his presentation he thinks it s pretty lame Frank doesn t like modern technology or fancy food or today s music or anything but vanilla or doctors The boy thinks all is lost but then Frank begins to tell the class stories Stories the boy has never heard before Thrilling stories of battles and bravery And everybody cheered for my grandpa Frank and me Like Mackintosh s first book Marshall Armstrong is New to Our School this book features a main character who comes to the realization that unconventional does not mean something is uninteresting or boring I couldn t find anything on Mackintosh s website or on the copyright page but it seems to me the illustrations are a combination of digital and hand drawn elements with loose charcoal lines and many collage elements The result is a vintage y stylistic world both detailed and impressionistic The text and illustrations are from the boy s point of view As you read the book watch as Frank changes from being rendered in mostly grays to vibrant full color The text is conversational in tone and utilizes italics bold and changes in font size to give certain words or phrases emphasisFull Review at Picture Book a Day

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The Frank Show Free read ã eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ReviewThis humorous and heartwarming tale will inspire children to seek out their own grandparents' treasure trove of stories Shelf Awareness starred reviewPore over the funny details soak in the humor the things were a lot tougher in my day spread had me in stitches appreciate the very specific mood Mackintosh so successfully creates in this story and delight in the illustration lettering and overall design all handled by the talented and overachieving Mackintosh Kirkus Reviews blog Mackintosh writes with irreverence and his illustrations are packed with prickly humor But Mackintosh also draws with emotional sensitivity and empathy The New York Times online Old timey gripes gain zest from Mr Mackintosh's exuberant and colorful collage illustrations The Wall Street JournalComplete with lively pen and ink illustrations this offbeat picture book is sure to become a family favorite Along the way it may prompt children to wonder what exciting details. There s a lot you don t know about your grandparents youngsters That s the gist of this uirky picture book The illustrations are fun and the story has a great message about multi generational relationships and mutual understanding but I fear it may be lost on young readers