Mother Mother I Feel Sick Send for the Doctor Quick Quick Quick

Mother Mother I Feel Sick Send for the Doctor Quick Quick Quick Cherished household items are mysteriously disappearing And a rotund little boy feels ill What s a mother to do Why call the doctor quick quick quick After one look at the boy the doctor decides

  • Title: Mother Mother I Feel Sick Send for the Doctor Quick Quick Quick
  • Author: Remy Charlip Burton Supree
  • ISBN: 9781582460437
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Cherished household items are mysteriously disappearing And a rotund little boy feels ill What s a mother to do Why, call the doctor, quick, quick, quick After one look at the boy, the doctor decides to operate and investigate But no one is quite prepared for what he finds Acclaimed children s author and illustrator, Remy Charlip, presents an updated and expandedCherished household items are mysteriously disappearing And a rotund little boy feels ill What s a mother to do Why, call the doctor, quick, quick, quick After one look at the boy, the doctor decides to operate and investigate But no one is quite prepared for what he finds Acclaimed children s author and illustrator, Remy Charlip, presents an updated and expanded version of his original, fanciful story Great source of inspiration for classroom and at home shadow play Updated edition of a classic, with six newly created backgrounds

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    About “Remy Charlip Burton Supree

    • Remy Charlip Burton Supree

      Abraham Remy Charlip born January 10, 1929 was an American artist, writer, choreographer, theatre director, designer, and teacher.He studied art at Straubenmuller Textile High School in Manhattan and fine arts at Cooper Union in New York, graduating in 1949.In the 1960s, Charlip created a unique form of choreography, which he called air mail dances He sent a set of drawings to a dance company, and the dancers ordered the positions and created transitions and context.He performed with John Cage, was a founding member of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company for which he also designed sets and costumes, directed plays for the Judson Poet s Theater, co founded the Paper Bag Players, and served as head of the Children s Theater and Literature Department at Sarah Lawrence College He won two Village Voice Obie Awards, three New York Times Best Illustrated Book of the Year citations, and was awarded a six month residency in Kyoto from the Japan U.S Commission on the Arts He wrote and or illustrated than 30 children s books and passed away in San Francisco, California, on August 14, 2012.



    130 thoughts on “Mother Mother I Feel Sick Send for the Doctor Quick Quick Quick


    • another fun read. A girlfriend gave this to my daughter knowing that I grew up with it. I didnt remeber until I read it to her and it has fastly become one of my kids favorite fun ones to read.


    • We read this several times. It's a simple concept: A boy has an enormously swollen stomach and his face is green, so his mother sends for the doctor who, over the remaining pages of the books, pulls more and more unlikely things out of the boy, such as shoes and furniture. But what makes this book interesting is (a) it's done in charming silhouettes in a Victorian style and (b) the author describes how you can reenact the story as a shadow play with your kids, using a sheet and a bright light to [...]


    • A favorite of mine from childhood, and I just read it to a crowd of kids who liked the crazy situation, too. It's about a boy who is feeling sick, and when the doctor operates, he pulls out all kinds of implausible objects like a live bird, a birthday cake with candles still burning, a saw and even a bicycle! If you like BARK, GEORGE, you'd like this book too. Be sure to read the final page that explains how the story can be performed as a shadow play.


    • This older title is great--all the illustrations are done in silhouettes on patterned backgrounds and only as items are taken from the boy's stomach are they rendered in color. The rhyme can be slightly stilted as it hops from couplets on a page to rhymes between pages. But it would make a great read aloud and a great shadow play.


    • I adored the illustrations. So unique and beautifully done. The rhymest so much. They were fine at times, but some of them were hard to read well. This book was a nice addition (actually the starting point) for my "Don't Eat That!" storytime, and it went over well, with some adjustments in text that I made in my performance.


    • I found this book at a rummage sale and was instantly transported to my childhood. How could I have forgotten this book? Very much a reflection of the 60's/70's, with bizarre illustrations done in silhouette. Kind of fascinating and horrifying all at once.


    • This was my son's favorite book for about 2 years straight! He loved the illustrations and he loved 'predicting' what would be coming out of the little boy's stomach next. Great fun for the 3-5 year old mind.


    • Excellent story time book, although it works better with small groups because of the small pictures. It would be very fun to do as a shadow play. The kids loved guessing what would come out of the boy's stomach next.


    • This book is hilarious! A mother sends for the doctor because her son isn't feeling well. The doctor takes the boy to the hospital where he pulls all sorts of stuff out of the kids stomach.Instructions on how to do this book as a shadowplay are included in the back.


    • Good book to remind young ones to let mom or dad or an adult know if they are not feeling well. It also helps them to remember that eating anything other than food can be harmful and may cause stomach aches and a visit from the Doctor to fix the problem.




    • This book is hilarious, wonderfully illustrated in a silhouette style and bonus: explains how you can do it as a skit! Probably overlooked by most, but I think really could be a classic.



    • Super cute book with simple illustrations that rhymes. Absolutely funny and perfect as a read aloud. Would go great with Bark George. - Miss Lizz


    • Well, no wonder this little boy is sick - wait until you see what the doctor removes from his stomach in this fantastical story illustrated in shadow play format.


    • I didn't love this book, but my preschoolers did. I think it would be fun to do this as a shadow play, like it mentions in the back.



    • I never get tired of this. At age 40, I will read it and think of my mother reciting the story to me by heart when I was a child.


    • Great silly fun for kids. Clever presentation for adults. I like that it shows you how to put on your own show at the end of the book.



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