Published April 23, 1979
by Houghton Mifflin/Walter Lorraine Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
A rhinoceros tells a hippopotamus he looks ridiculous because he doesn't have a horn on his nose. So the hippo goes in search of other opinions from other animals, who do confirm that he does look ridiculous, but not necessarily because he lacks a horn.4/5. You look ridiculous said the rhinoceros to the hippopotamus [Bernard Waber] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(10). You Look Ridiculous, Said the Rhinoceros to the Hippopotamus. By Bernard Waber, Bernard Waber. Grades. PreK-K, P. Genre. Fiction. A hippopotamus begins to fret about his appearance. A hippopotamus begins to fret about his appearance. Other Books You Might Like. You Look Ridiculous, Said the Rhinoceros to the Hippopotamus Hippopotamus--Juvenile fiction ; Animals + Show More - Show Fewer Details Explore Related Books by. The Hate U Give. by Angie Thomas. 54 Resources18 Awards. Can I Touch Your Hair? by Irene Latham.
AR quiz # Book Level: This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. In You Look Ridiculous Said the Rhinoceros to the Hippopotamus, I used colored pictures and sticky felt. Since the premise is that each of the hippopotamus' animal friends think he looks ridiculous without their own unique feature (the leopard's spots, the lion's mane, the turtle's shell), it was easier to find a picture of each : Funbrarian. Early Elementary Idea to Reinforce Character, Feelings, List and Sequence. Children’s book author and illustrator Bernard Waber created many books for children including the . Books by Bernard Waber You Look Ridiculous, Said the Rhinoceros to the Hippopotamus. by Bernard Waber. 1 Resource. Images courtesy of publishers, organizations, and sometimes their Twitter handles. Bernard Waber has Collaborated With. Suzy Lee. Book & Author Resources. Browse All Resources; Meet-the-Author Movies;.
It's the story of a hippopotamus who meets a rhinoceros who tells him he looks ridiculous because he doesn't have a horn. The poor hippopotamus suffered from a severe case of poor self-esteem and went around asking all the animals if they thought he looked ridiculous.5/5(4). The lion, the leopard, the elephant, the monkey, the giraffe, the tortoise, and the nightingale all confirmed that opinion. Then the hippopotamus had a vision of herself with all the plumage the others had recommended to her—a rhinoceros horn, a mane, a spotted coat, etc. and decided that was ridiculous. Very young children will think so too, and that picture of the composite hippo will draw. A hippopotamus walks through the forest, growing increasingly depressed as one animal after another confesses that she looks ridiculous because she lacks a horn like a rhinoceros. "You Look Ridiculous," Said the Rhinoceros to the Hippopotamus. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, Author: Waber, Bernard.