6 edition of Hey, Al found in the catalog.
May 1, 1989
by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Written in English
|Contributions||Richard Egielski (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
About Hey, Al - The plot of this book, for 4-year-olds and up, involves the travails of Al, a janitor who lives in a dingy apartment on Manhattan's We4/5(). See posts, photos and more on Facebook.
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Hey, Al is A Caldecott Medal winning picture written by Arthur Yorinks. Al is a quiet Janitor who lives with his talking dog, Eddie in a messy one-bedroom apartment. One day, a large bird pitched an idea to Al and Eddie to leave their messy lifestyle Hey take an adventure to a beautiful land/5.
Hey, Al is a perfect melding of words and pictures, fantasy and reality, tenderness and humor.” ―Judith Viorst, The New York Times Book Review “Outstanding artworkThe author and artist succeed again, Hey a book that has something for everyone.” ―Starred, Booklist/5(38).
Al and Eddie are practically at each others' throats when a large and mysterious bird offers them a new life in paradise.
After some debate, they decide to accept. Transported to a gorgeous island in the sky, Al and Eddie are soon living a life of ease and luxury. Hey, Al, by Arthur Yorinks and Richard Egielski, is a story about Al and Eddie, the dog, going to paradise.
Al, a nice, quiet, janitor, lived in a small but very neat apartment on the West Side of New York City with his faithful dog, Eddie. They were always struggling. Eddie hoped for a house with a backyard.5/5(5). Hey, Al is a perfect melding of words and pictures, fantasy and reality, tenderness and humor.” —Judith Viorst, The New York Times Book Review “Outstanding artworkThe author and Al book succeed again, with a book that has something for everyone.” —Starred, Booklist.
From the Publisher/5(21). Get this from a library. Hey, Al. [Arthur Yorinks; Richard Egielski; Juvenile Collection (Library of Congress)] -- A city janitor and his treasured canine companion are transported by a large colorful bird to an island in the sky, where their comfortable paradise existence threatens to.
Janitor Al and his dog pal Eddie lived in a crammed apartment in the Upper East Side of Manhattan. One day, a giant bird barges in and offers them the chance to live in paradise. They excitedly accept the offer, but soon realize paradise is not everything they thought it would be.
Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs for this book. Book talk "Hey, Al" is the story of a man named Al who works as a janitor and lives on the West Side. His favorite companion is his dog, Eddie.
Al and Eddie are inseparable. Life was not easy for Al and Eddie. They were always struggling. One morning a bird called to Al and told him he had a solution for all of his problems. Hey, Al Paperback – January 1, by Arthur; Egielski Yorinks (Author) out of 5 stars 42 ratings.
See all 19 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Library Binding "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback /5(42). Find books like Hey, Al from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Hey, Al also liked: Song and Dance Man, Mirette on the.
Students examine how a hook grabs the readers attention. They read an example of a hook from the book "Charlotte's Web," and discuss the process of writing a hook.
Students listen to the story "Hey Al," identify the hooks in the story. Hey, Al is a perfect melding of words and pictures, fantasy and reality, tenderness and humor." --Judith Viorst, The New York Times Book Review "Outstanding artworkThe author and artist succeed again, with a book that has something for everyone." --Starred, Booklist5/5(2).
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Hey, Al by Arthur Yorinks; 9 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Juvenile fiction, Dogs, Birds, Fiction, Caldecott Medal, Fantasy fiction, Janitors, Contentment, Noah's ark, Bible, Stories without words, Old Testament, Bible.
Hey, Al Arthur Yorinks, Author, Richard Egielski, Illustrator Farrar Straus Giroux $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Hey, Al.
by Arthur Yorinks and Richard Egielski. Al and his faithful dog, Eddie, leave their mundane lives behind for a taste of Paradise read more.
Al and his faithful dog, Eddie, leave their mundane lives behind for a taste of Paradise and find there is a price to pay. A New York City janitor and his dog, Eddie, make a temporary escape to a fantastic land of birds, but discover that the price is too high.
Al is content, but Eddie wants more space than their one messy room; so when a giddily colored bird offers the two a worry-free alternative, they accept. He transports them to a paradise of sorts: lush vegetation, a marvelous array of gaudy, surreal. Hey, Al is a perfect melding of words and pictures, fantasy and reality, tenderness and humor." --Judith Viorst, The New York Times Book Review "Outstanding artwork The author and artist succeed again, with a book that has something for everyone." --Starred, Booklist.
Hey, Al is the winner of the Caldecott Medal. About the Author Arthur Yorinks has written and directed for opera, theater, dance, film, and radio and is the author of over thirty-five acclaimed and award-winning books, including Hey, Al, a children’s book, which earned the Caldecott Medal in Yorinks, Arthur/ Egielski, -Hey, Al BOOK NEW condition: Brand New Format: Paperback Publication Year: Language: English.
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Shipping and handling. This item will ship to United States, but the seller has not specified shipping Rating: % positive. Get this from a library. Hey, Al. [Arthur Yorinks; Richard Egielski] -- A city janitor and his treasured canine companion are transported by a large colorful bird to an island in the sky, where their comfortable paradise existence threatens to turn them into birds as.
Your students will love this 'Guided Reading: Hey, Al (primary/elem)'. Suggestions for teachers to guide students during a "read aloud" of Richard Egielski's Caldecott winner, with pages for students to fill in their own before, during, and after reading questions; this unit .Hey, Al "is a perfect melding of words and pictures, fantasy and reality, tenderness and humor." --Judith Viorst," The New York Times Book Review ""Outstanding artwork The author and artist succeed again, with a book that has something for everyone."5/5(1).Caldecott Medal Winner: Hey, Al, illustrated by Richard Egielski; text: Arthur Yorinks (Farrar).