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Jack B. Ninja Jack B Ninja Jack, Be Quick Jack, Jump Over The Bamboo Stick Secret Mission Starts TonightHide In Shadow, Out Of SightIn This Ninja Fantasy Inspired By The Classic Nursery Rhyme Jack Be Nimble, Cheer On Jack As He Sneaks Over Castle Walls, Swims Through Hidden Tunnels, And Uncovers A Secret Treasure All While Avoiding Detection But When Jack Unwittingly Springs A Trap In The Middle Of His Mission, Will He Be Able To Use His Ninja Skills To Escape The Bandits And Make It Back Home


10 thoughts on “Jack B. Ninja

  1. says:

    This book is an extended play on the words and rhyming scheme of the Jack be nimble nursery rhyme The book s protagonist, a young ninja, has major things at stake however no candlesticks here and danger lies around every corner Young children love ninjas and this picture book will be sure to please the kiddos.Find Jack B Ninja at the Westminster Public Library This book is an extended play on the words and rhyming scheme of the Jack be nimble nursery rhyme The book s protagonist, a young ninja, has major things at stake however no candlesticks here and danger lies around every corner Young children love ninjas and this picture book will be sure to please the kiddos.Find Jack B Ninja at the Westminster Public Library


  2. says:

    My little boys would love it they are all about ninjas.


  3. says:

    What a hoot A modern, relevant twist on an old classic that any budding young ninjas will appreciate.


  4. says:

    Very cute Great adventure Different style illustrations.


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    Do you love stories with surprise twists at the end We do From Chris Van Allsburg s ever present twist of fate to the laugh inducing surprise at the end of one of our newest favorites Spencer s New Pet by Jessie Sima , we ll read these books over and over and over again, even once we know what to anticipate Jack B Ninja, by Tim McCanna and illustrated by Stephen Savage, is another recent find with a delightful surprise at the end Inspired by the nursery rhyme Jack Be Nimble, Jack Do you love stories with surprise twists at the end We do From Chris Van Allsburg s ever present twist of fate to the laugh inducing surprise at the end of one of our newest favorites Spencer s New Pet by Jessie Sima , we ll read these books over and over and over again, even once we know what to anticipate Jack B Ninja, by Tim McCanna and illustrated by Stephen Savage, is another recent find with a delightful surprise at the end Inspired by the nursery rhyme Jack Be Nimble, Jack B Ninja features Jack, a ninja in training who is sent out on his own to complete an evening mission McCanna s rhythm rolls off of your tongue, much as we see Jack rolling across the pages He s paced this perfectly for a read aloud that builds action and suspense, with short, staccato phrases when we want Jack to move fact, and slower, longer sentences and words just when we may need to rest In fact, McCanna s use of fast paced rhythm and rhyme in Jack B Ninja make this book a blast to read aloud Though suspenseful, this isn t ever exactly scary, so children are drawn in just enough to want to see how Jack s mission will play out Budding readers may delight in being able to predict some of the text and words, and all will happily rejoice when the end goal of Jack s mission is finally revealed Stephen Savage s illustrations are bold and crisp, perfect for a ninja story His characters are shown in mostly silhouette form against simple backgrounds completed in various shades of one color Astute observers may notice features of the background that reflect Japan, which may lead to some interesting conversations about geography and architecture Do you know Tim McCanna s books Check them out if you don t We personally love Watersong and Teeny Tiny Trucks, but he s also got some really fun read aloud books full of rhythms and musical sounds


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    Jack B Ninja by Tim McCanna, illustrated by Stephen Savage, is a rhyming story about Jack, a young ninja who hides, scales the highest walls, swims underwater, enters dark caves, discovers hidden treasure, and finds himself not alone Just when he thinks his mission has come to an end, he is saved by three friendly ninjas who help him find the ninja master, to whom he must bring the treasure.As it turns out, the other ninjas are closer to Jack than one might think, and they are all working to Jack B Ninja by Tim McCanna, illustrated by Stephen Savage, is a rhyming story about Jack, a young ninja who hides, scales the highest walls, swims underwater, enters dark caves, discovers hidden treasure, and finds himself not alone Just when he thinks his mission has come to an end, he is saved by three friendly ninjas who help him find the ninja master, to whom he must bring the treasure.As it turns out, the other ninjas are closer to Jack than one might think, and they are all working together toward one common goal celebrating Jack s birthday.While the story is cute and brings about a sense of fantasy as young kids sometimes dream of being stealthy ninjas who can get away with anything, this story seemed as though it was missing the reveal of the ninjas as his family from a physical standpoint It would have been nice to see them take off their masks, yet one can see how the point of the story is to show that ninjas are unpredictable and often disappear without any notice However, the last illustration shows that they obviously spent time together, as Jack s birthday cake has been mostly eaten Lovers of rhyming children s stories that play on the imagination will want to pick up this book Beth Rodgers, Author of Freshman Fourteen and Sweet Fifteen, Young Adult Novels Review originally posted at YABooksCentral.com


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    A very special thanks to illustrator Stephen Savage for sending a F G copy of Jack B Ninja to my bookexcursion group in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own In this original twist to the classic nursery rhyme, author Tim McCanna has recasted Jack B Nimble as Jack B Ninja On a secret mission to find a stolen treasure chest, Jack B Ninja must not only be nimble and quick but also quiet, bold, and brave When he gets stuck and spotted by the bandit crew, Jack B Ninja mus A very special thanks to illustrator Stephen Savage for sending a F G copy of Jack B Ninja to my bookexcursion group in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own In this original twist to the classic nursery rhyme, author Tim McCanna has recasted Jack B Nimble as Jack B Ninja On a secret mission to find a stolen treasure chest, Jack B Ninja must not only be nimble and quick but also quiet, bold, and brave When he gets stuck and spotted by the bandit crew, Jack B Ninja must use his tools and skills to escape Will he successfully complete his quest I have no doubt that young children will thoroughly delight in having Jack B Ninja read aloud Illustrator Stephen Savage s bold artwork of simple shapes, lines, and colors literally jump off the pages


  8. says:

    Cool picture book with my name This is a picture book based on the classic Jack be Nimble nursery rhyme In this book, Jack is a brave ninja My name is Jack and I want to be a ninja too The character from this story, Jack dives into the garden pool and breaks into a bandit cave He s on a mission to find a stolen treasure chest He meets a bandit crew and narrowly escapes It turns out the bandits are not who they seem It was a little confusing to me I liked the fact that the book is based Cool picture book with my name This is a picture book based on the classic Jack be Nimble nursery rhyme In this book, Jack is a brave ninja My name is Jack and I want to be a ninja too The character from this story, Jack dives into the garden pool and breaks into a bandit cave He s on a mission to find a stolen treasure chest He meets a bandit crew and narrowly escapes It turns out the bandits are not who they seem It was a little confusing to me I liked the fact that the book is based on Jack and he s a cool ninja I didn t really understand the ending though The pictures were great, and the rhymes made sense I liked it and would recommend it for kids ages 4 6 I give it four stars Review by Jack H., age 6, New Mexico Mensa


  9. says:

    McCanna, Tim Jack B Ninja, illustrated by Stephen Savage PICTURE BOOK Orchard, 2018 17 9780545917285.Jack B Ninja is on a secret mission to rescue a stolen treasure chest He ll fight through danger and foes to reach his goal What a clever twist on the familiar nursery rhyme There s a whole instant unit ready to teach comparing classic nursery rhymes to some of the clever rewrites available and possibly letting them try their hand at their own parodies.Pre K, EL K 3 ESSENTIAL EL, M McCanna, Tim Jack B Ninja, illustrated by Stephen Savage PICTURE BOOK Orchard, 2018 17 9780545917285.Jack B Ninja is on a secret mission to rescue a stolen treasure chest He ll fight through danger and foes to reach his goal What a clever twist on the familiar nursery rhyme There s a whole instant unit ready to teach comparing classic nursery rhymes to some of the clever rewrites available and possibly letting them try their hand at their own parodies.Pre K, EL K 3 ESSENTIAL EL, MS, HS ADVISABLE Cindy, Library Teacherhttps kissthebook.blogspot.com 2018


  10. says:

    This fun play on the Jack Be Nimble nursery rhyme sees young Jack B Ninja setting out on a secret mission This one was a mixed bag for me I wish the author had made better use of the original nursery rhyme other than the opening lines, it never really comes into play , and sometimes I found the action hard to follow But young ninja fans probably won t mind I did really liked the bold, crisp illustrations they remind me of cut paper art, although they were all done digitally and This fun play on the Jack Be Nimble nursery rhyme sees young Jack B Ninja setting out on a secret mission This one was a mixed bag for me I wish the author had made better use of the original nursery rhyme other than the opening lines, it never really comes into play , and sometimes I found the action hard to follow But young ninja fans probably won t mind I did really liked the bold, crisp illustrations they remind me of cut paper art, although they were all done digitally and the artist makes great use of color to play up some of thesuspenseful scenes This would make a fun read aloud for early elementary schoolers


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