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Ador and his helpers do they cannot get Ferdinand to fight Lawson's memorable black and white pictures speak volumes in this childhood classi. This is the story of Ferdinand a little bull who would rather sit and smell flowers than fight in the bullring This book truly is a gem While I had heard about this work before this is the first time that I have read it and I absolutely love it Originally published in 1936 this work has been translated into than 60 languages and has rarely been out of print As this title is well known I want to talk about its background Its a hefty one While Munro Leaf is an American author because of the timing setting and main character this work is thought to have a political agenda The book was published shortly before the Spanish Civil War Described by some as subversive with a pacif Burning Attraction rather sit and smell flowers than fight in the bullring This book truly is a gem While I had heard about this work before this is the first time that I have The Numbers Game read it and I absolutely love it Originally published in 1936 this work has been translated into than 60 languages and has Tall man riding. rarely been out of print As this title is well known I want to talk about its background Its a hefty one While Munro Leaf is an American author because of the timing setting and main character this work is thought to have a political agenda The book was published shortly before the Spanish Civil War Described by some as subversive with a pacif

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Ferdinand the peaceful bull who loves to sit and smell flowers is mistakenly carted off to a bullfight in Madrid where he is believed to be t. Lovely lovely book Sweet story plus bonus magical illustrations of romanticized Spain of yore to delight all The Eagle & the Nightingales (Bardic Voices, romanticized Spain of yore to delight all

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He fiercest bull around Ferdinand trots into the ring only to sit and smell the flowers in the ladies' hair No matter what the frustrated mat. Many of the kids books I ve been revisiting are filled with specific vivid memories of my childhood that are almost narratives unto themselves Reading them transports me back to those probably apocryphal moments in my brain leaving me full of a sort of joyful melancholy for things past and a hunger for of those memories a desire to relive all those locked up personal stories so I grab another book I have always loved and devour it looking for I didn t find those memories in The Story of Ferdinand but I may have found something precious I found that this story with its beautiful illustrations and its little bull turned big bull who just wants to live peacefully and smell Imagimorphia ring only to sit and smell the flowers in the ladies' hair No matter what the frustrated mat. Many of the kids books I ve been The Book of Beginnings revisiting are filled with specific vivid memories of my childhood that are almost narratives unto themselves Reading them transports me back to those probably apocryphal moments in my brain leaving me full of a sort of joyful melancholy for things past and a hunger for of those memories a desire to The Homelanders (The Homelanders, relive all those locked up personal stories so I grab another book I have always loved and devour it looking for I didn t find those memories in The Story of Ferdinand but I may have found something precious I found that this story with its beautiful illustrations and its little bull turned big bull who just wants to live peacefully and smell


10 thoughts on “The Story of Ferdinand

  1. says:

    I'm not an impartial judge of this book I'm assuming all of you know the story It's about a bull that doesn't want to bullfight like

  2. says:

    The Story of Ferdinand Munro LeafThe Story of Ferdinand 1936 is the best known work written by American author Munro Leaf and illustrated by Robert Lawson The children's book tells the story of a bull who would rather smell flowers than fight in bullfights He sits in the middle of the bull ring failing to take heed of any of the

  3. says:

    Lovely lovely book Sweet story plus bonus magical illustrations of romanticized Spain of yore to delight all

  4. says:

    I enjoyed this book on several levels a wonderful book about being yourself for children but also a subconscious commentary on fascist Spain a bull with a big heart picked to be slaughtered at the Blood Wedding of Franco and fed to his guests my interpretation

  5. says:

    The mood and tone of this story are both spot on And even though Ferdinand is easy to love and even though the beginning is cute and entrancing overall the story is just pretty okayIt's about a bull who doesn't want to fight like all the others

  6. says:

    Many of the kids books I've been revisiting are filled with specific vivid memories of my childhood that are almost narratives unto themselves Reading them transports me back to those probably apocryphal moments in my brai

  7. says:

    This is the story of Ferdinand a little bull who would rather sit and smell flowers than fight in the bullring This book truly is a gem While I

  8. says:

    It could be said this has been on my TBR list since childhood I don't remember reading it then and don't remember reading it to my daughter Although I've known the story of the little bull with a gentle heart who turned into a big bull with a

  9. says:

    Re read solely because I'm getting fed up that a reading challenge is hanging about with a few incomplete categories and everything I truly want to read in the 'banned books' category is either long or very dense

  10. says:

    I was always curious why my school library had multiple copies of The Story of Ferdinand Until now Upon scanning some of the other reviews I feel left out because Ferdinand was not part of my collection growing

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