The amazing voyage of Jackie Grace by Matt Faulkner

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Published by Scholastic, Inc. in New York .

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  • Imagination -- Fiction

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A young boy"s imagination takes him on a wonderful adventure.

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Statementby Matt Faulkner.
LC ClassificationsPZ7.F2765 Am 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination[40] p. :
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2737003M
ISBN 100590407139
LC Control Number86031485

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The Amazing Voyage Of Jackie Grace book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. While taking his evening bath, Jackie's bathtub i 4/5. Kindergarten-Grade 4 When Jackie Grace puts down his pirate adventure book and heads for the bathtub with model ship in hand, children will sense, from the first frame (the illustrations are boxed in various sizes, comic-book style), that anything is possibleand impending.5/5(2).

The adventure of a hijacked voyage, a terrible storm, pending shipwreck, and all the excitement of pirates and a dangerous sea battle, artfully drawn in humorous detail by author/illustrator Matt Faulkner. And, of course, there is a hero at the end.

My children enjoyed this book so 5/5(2). Get this from a library. The amazing voyage of Jackie Grace. [Matt Faulkner] -- A young boy's imagination takes him on a wonderful adventure. Again, thanks for bringing attention to good ol' Jackie Grace. One of the things I recall most clearly was the fact that this book was somewhat edgy for its time because I chose to tell the book comic book format and that was still a frowned up approach in.

Beguiling illustrations grace a slight tale about an imaginary voyage from bathtub to pirate adventure. Jackie's free-standing Victorian tub is large enough for his elegant toy ship, but not for the British tars in full regalia who claim a ""big blow comingand your mom said we could use the tub."" In they climb, with rough seas following and the tub afloat in an ocean gale before the.

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Gentle spirited Grace Oakes, a monster in the eyes of her own mothe /5. Jackie goes into the bathroom with his ship to take a bath. In the bathtub, he begins to imagine that he is sailing in a ship with other men. After a huge storm appears, they run into pirates and have a confrontation.

Jackie conquers the captain of the pirates when all of a sudden his mother calls for him to get out of the bathtub. Faulkner's (The Amazing Voyage of Jackie Grace) latest, calling to mind a glorified comic strip of yesteryear, is reminiscent both in artistic and narrative style of the works of Howard Pyle.

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