Daniel meets a giant named Mangaboom who lives in a mango tree and takes him to tea at her auntie"s house.
|Statement||by Charlotte Pomerantz ; pictures by Anita Lobel.|
|Contributions||Lobel, Anita, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.P77 Mag 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|ISBN 10||0688129560, 0688129579|
|LC Control Number||96010416|
Mangaboom lives in a mango tree, enjoys fishing and skinny-dipping, and doesn't put up with shenanigans. Mangaboom is befriended by a local boy named Daniel with whom an unusual friendship blossoms. Pomerantz's book is a clear message about self-acceptance (something many students in our classrooms desperately need).4/5. Mangaboom [Charlotte Pomerantz, Anita Lobel] on cyrusofficial.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. While walking in the woods one day, Daniel makes friends with a giant lady named Mangaboom /5(3). Although this tale is somewhat disjointed, its tender bonhomie compensates. A boy, Daniel, happens across an enormous pink slipper at the foot of a huge mango tree. He clambers in and is hoisted aloft, where he meets Mangaboom—all 19 feet and pounds of her—who tells him of her favorite pastimes: skinny-dipping and turning cartwheels. Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find Mangaboom () by Pomerantz, Charlotte.4/5(14).
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Get this from a library! Mangaboom. [Charlotte Pomerantz; Anita Lobel] -- Daniel meets a giant named Mangaboom who lives in a mango tree and takes him to tea at her auntie's house. Jan 11, · Buy a cheap copy of Mangaboom book by Charlotte Pomerantz. While walking in the woods one day, Daniel makes friends with a giant lady named Mangaboom, a fun-loving, nineteen-foot-tall woman with three bumbling gentleman Free shipping over $/5(1). Mangaboom is a beautiful giant who loves to climb trees and skinny-dip. Her aunt is determined to find her a suitable husband, but none of the eligible giants seems to accept Mangaboom as she is. The mysterious Grizwaldo may be the man of her dreams, if. Anita Lobel (née Kempler; born June 2, ) is a Polish-American illustrator of children's books, including On Market Street, written by her husband Arnold Lobel and a Caldecott Honor Book for illustration, A New Coat for Anna, Alison's Zinnia, and This Quiet cyrusofficial.comen: Adrianne Lobel, Adam Lobel.