I Want My Hat BackBook - 2011
From Library Staff
CRRL_Christine Oct 26, 2015
Author Jon Klassen starts off a trilogy of sorts involving a missing hat. This first book, however, is likely the funniest! Dry humor and a deadpanning bear will crack you up when you finish this one!
CRRL_CraigGraziano Jun 25, 2015
Bear, standing upright, interrogates a different animal. Nearly every conversation is alike. No one has seen his hat and bear retorts, "OK. Thank you anyway." before he goes on to the next creature. The whole thing reads like a classic comedy bit.
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CRRL_CraigGraziano May 06, 2015
A very determined bear stops at nothing to retrieve his missing hat.
CRRL_WebEditors Feb 21, 2013
A bear almost gives up his search for his missing hat until he remembers something important.
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TinuvielDancing thinks this title is suitable for 1 years and over
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No. Why are you asking me. I haven't seen it. I haven't seen any hats anywhere. I would not steal a hat. Don't ask me any more questions.
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A bear loses his hat and asks the other animals if they have seen it.
A bear has lost his hat. To find it he questions a variety of woodland creatures including a fox, a frog, a turtle, a possum, a dear, a snake and a rabbit. The rabbit, for the record, refuses to acknowledge having seen the hat in spite of the fact that he appears to be wearing it. And when the bear realizes the true culprit there will be a price to pay. A deeply amusing price. Painted with Chinese ink and digital art, Klassen’s book falls into that growing category of subversive picture books out there. What makes it stand out, however, is how beautifully put together it all is.
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