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Incredible Ned

4.51 of 5 stars 4.51  ·  rating details  ·  45 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Whenever Ned sees a word in his head, that object suddenly appears, and he finds himself getting in trouble at school as giraffes and gorillas pop-up out of nowhere, but with the help of his art teacher, a resolution to his unique problem may be close at hand."
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published September 22nd 1997 by Putnam Juvenile (first published January 1st 1997)
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Monica Nostro
A really great picture book. I always read to my kids and I really enjoyed this one. It's cute and I have a soft spot for rhyming text. So that made it even better. I love the idea of creativeness being bottled up and escaping in a fun and unique way. Very imaginative and also a great read for art teachers and students ;)
Trina McKinzie Manor
I used to read this book to my children every night and they loved it. I enjoyed reading it to them too!
Catherine Johnson
Giraffe: Hey Elephant! Wouldn't it be so cool to have incredible Ned's magic ability?

Elephant: Err, no thank you. I can't imagine the chaos if you were Incredible Ned.

Giraffe: Ned has a great imagination. Whatever he think of, appears in the room. That's awesome!

Elephant: I like the rhyme in the story. It's like singing a song but quietly.

Giraffe: I like the eye chart, too.
Laree Brown
This is an excellent book about a young boy who cause issues because , whatever he speaks, he can see. Therefore, he is asked not to speak. But, he quickly finds another way to get his thoughts out.
Super cute story-art teachers everywhere will love it! I loved the rhyming words!!
Cute book about artistic gifts. My creative but shy daughter loved it.
Sep 28, 2011 Heather rated it 5 of 5 stars
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28 months - this is a really fun read about creativity and imagination.
This book is absolutely AMAZING, and one of my many favorite picture books! :-)
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