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Wink: the Ninja Who Wanted to Nap ❰Ebook❯ ➥ Wink: the Ninja Who Wanted to Nap Author J.C. Phillipps – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Wink the Nimble Ninja is the star of the Lucky Dragon Circus But yawn being a circus performer is hard work and yawn Wink is tired It is time, Grandmother says, for Wink to take a nap But every time W Wink the Nimble Ninja Who Kindle ´ Ninja is the star of the Lucky Dragon Circus But yawn being a circus performer is hard work and yawn Wink is tired It is time, Grandmother says, for Wink to take a nap But every time Wink tries to lie down, his fans show up They won t let him sleep Fortunately, with the help of Master Zutsu and the Summer Moon School for Young Ninjas, Wink comes up with the perfect plan to find a good place to nap alone Illustrated with striking collages, this is a funny, high energy follow up to Wink: the PDF/EPUB or Wink The Ninja Who Wanted to Be Noticed.


10 thoughts on “Wink: the Ninja Who Wanted to Nap

  1. Tatiana Tatiana says:

    This looked like a cute book on the shelf That s why I chose to read it to my second grade tutoring students while the laptops booted up yesterday morning The illustrations were fun and colorful, but the story itself, about a young ninja who wants nothingthan to nap, fell flat My students tuned out halfway through, which has never happened to me, with a book or with students, before Very disappointing.


  2. Sandy Sandy says:

    Cute illustrations, but my child liked the first Wink storyThis tale of the price of fame just didn t hold her interest.


  3. Kimberly Walton Mayden Kimberly Walton Mayden says:

    In her sequel to the book Wink The Ninja Who Wanted To Be Noticed , J.C Phillipps delivers an amusing tale of the Nimble Ninja , Wink In the preceding story, Wink was yearning to be noticed but now he realizes he is feeling fatigued and in need of a good nap Wink is known as the Nimble Ninja who is the star of the Lucky Dragon Circus He travels throughout Japan performing flips, kicks and tumbling acts With his loyal Grandmother accompanying him, she tells him it is time to, Stroll along In her sequel to the book Wink The Ninja Who Wanted To Be Noticed , J.C Phillipps delivers an amusing tale of the Nimble Ninja , Wink In the preceding story, Wink was yearning to be noticed but now he realizes he is feeling fatigued and in need of a good nap Wink is known as the Nimble Ninja who is the star of the Lucky Dragon Circus He travels throughout Japan performing flips, kicks and tumbling acts With his loyal Grandmother accompanying him, she tells him it is time to, Stroll along the path of dreams The problem that occurs with Wink is that he is constantly being interrupted by his loyal fans while he is trying to snooze While he appreciates his fan base, he is in great need of rest He tries to nap in various locations but cannot escape his young admirers Distressed, Wink goes to his former school, the Summer Moon School for Young Ninjas and seeks advice from his wise sensei, Master Zutsu With a reply of , One zebra alone is easily seen A herd creates confusion , Wink concludes that he needs to have his other ninja friends run around in their ninja uniforms to fool his adoring fans while he takes a much needed nap The most amazing part of this book is the authors collage illustrations that burst with energy Phillipps uses various materials such as newsprint and oragami paper and artfully glues them together to creat her realistic Japanese scenes This book is geared towards ages 3 and up Preschool children may need some assistance in understanding Master Zutsu s advice Reading this book to children will provide a great lesson in utilizing problem solving skills and stressing the importance of taking a nap An art tie in would be to have the learner make their own collage scene using multiple craft materials Martial artists everywhere will be able to relate to the ninjas unique approach to solving life s little challenges Suggested book Wink The Ninja Who Wanted to Be Noticed


  4. David David says:

    Wink The Ninja Who Wanted to Nap by J.C Phillipps focuses on Wink and his struggles to catch a nap when his fans are constantly following him Wink the Nimble Ninja, star of the Lucky Dragon Circus, is tired and needs a nap But his fans keep showing up and won t let him sleep With some help from Master Zutsu and the Summer Moon School for Young Ninjas, Wink comes up with the perfect plan to find a way to nap.The text follows Wink s struggle to please his fans and still get some rest, with so Wink The Ninja Who Wanted to Nap by J.C Phillipps focuses on Wink and his struggles to catch a nap when his fans are constantly following him Wink the Nimble Ninja, star of the Lucky Dragon Circus, is tired and needs a nap But his fans keep showing up and won t let him sleep With some help from Master Zutsu and the Summer Moon School for Young Ninjas, Wink comes up with the perfect plan to find a way to nap.The text follows Wink s struggle to please his fans and still get some rest, with some subtle, humorous dialog This is a sequel to Wink The Ninja Who Wanted to be Noticed which I haven t read.Phillipps cut paper collage illustrations are a highlight One and two page spreads and panels are used My favorite illustrations include the cover, the endpapers, Grandmother putting Wink to bed, his fans chasing Wink past the pagoda, Master Zutsu advising Wink, and the last picture.The story is OK, but I really enjoyed the art Master Zutsu and Grandmother are fun, entertaining characters I enjoyed seeing Wink with his panda bear throughout the story.For ages 3 to 6, ninjas, fame, fans, naps, and fans of Wink and J.C Phillipps


  5. Melanie Melanie says:

    As the sequel to Wink the ninja who wanted to be noticed, I was very much looking forward to this book I m sad to say that I agree with the SLJ review it s terrible Readers are introduced to Wink as the star of the Lucky Dragon Circus We aren t told what he does What we do know is that he wants a break read nap He returns to his school and reunites with his friends and teachers He is met with reporters who want to interview him for a magazine Three fans are waiting for him He signs As the sequel to Wink the ninja who wanted to be noticed, I was very much looking forward to this book I m sad to say that I agree with the SLJ review it s terrible Readers are introduced to Wink as the star of the Lucky Dragon Circus We aren t told what he does What we do know is that he wants a break read nap He returns to his school and reunites with his friends and teachers He is met with reporters who want to interview him for a magazine Three fans are waiting for him He signs autographs and then goes to take a nap But the three fans follow him He decides to wander in the garden to distract them But he isn t successful Finally his teacher suggest he blend in with the other ninja students That works By the time the three fans have figured out that he isn t one of the ninjas running around, Wink has had a pleasant two hour nap.This is not a child friendly book there are phrases such as a golden cage is still a cage, and One zebra along is easily seen A herd creates confusion These fortune cookie type phrases are hard to explain to children The art is fun enough, but not enough to carry the poorly written story


  6. Kelly Kelly says:

    Wink The Ninja Who Wanted to Nap is a nominee for the 2013 2014 South Carolina Picture Book Award.After performing in the Lucky Dragon Circus, it s time for Wink to take a break Wink, however, is finding that taking a nap might not be so easy when he s surrounded by adoring fans So what does he do After trying everything he can think of, Wink returns to the Summer Moon School for Young Ninjas and takes the advice of Master Zutsu It s time for this ninja to nap, and he ll need some help to g Wink The Ninja Who Wanted to Nap is a nominee for the 2013 2014 South Carolina Picture Book Award.After performing in the Lucky Dragon Circus, it s time for Wink to take a break Wink, however, is finding that taking a nap might not be so easy when he s surrounded by adoring fans So what does he do After trying everything he can think of, Wink returns to the Summer Moon School for Young Ninjas and takes the advice of Master Zutsu It s time for this ninja to nap, and he ll need some help to get the rest he needs As a lifelong lover of naps, I enjoyed this book The best part, though, was not Wink s quest for sleep It was the lovely illustrations The collages really jumped off the page and, in my opinion, brought a little of Japan to the reader.When sharing this book with young readers, some explanation of Master Zutsu s sayings may be needed I don t know of many kindergarteners or 1st graders who ll know what A golden cage is still a cage really means


  7. Barbara Barbara says:

    Fans of The Ninja Who Wanted to Be Noticed will probably enjoy this title just as much as the earlier one Wink finds that fame comes with a price, and all his flamboyance has attracted a lot of attention, perhaps too much When his grandmother takes him home for a nap, he can t get any rest because of all the fans stalking him With the advice of Master Zutsu and the help of some ninja friends, he leads them on a merry chase and finally gets some rest The cut paper illustrations have been glue Fans of The Ninja Who Wanted to Be Noticed will probably enjoy this title just as much as the earlier one Wink finds that fame comes with a price, and all his flamboyance has attracted a lot of attention, perhaps too much When his grandmother takes him home for a nap, he can t get any rest because of all the fans stalking him With the advice of Master Zutsu and the help of some ninja friends, he leads them on a merry chase and finally gets some rest The cut paper illustrations have been glued to form the scenes for the book I liked them muchthan the story itself, which wasn t particularly interesting to me boy tries to avoid fans and get a rest despite the fact that he has craved fame and which contains subtle bits from Master Zutsu that may go over young readers heads


  8. Nick Nick says:

    Cute, but silly to the point of being distracting This book is for kids whose older siblings watch Naruto, but too young to understand it themselves.A sequel to a book about a ninja who was tired of not being noticed, this story is about the hazards of fame, as a young ninja can t even get away from his fans long enough to take a nap Both being a famous ninja and being a ninja unable to sneak are potentially funny ideas, but will kids young enough to be entertained by the goofy story reall Cute, but silly to the point of being distracting This book is for kids whose older siblings watch Naruto, but too young to understand it themselves.A sequel to a book about a ninja who was tired of not being noticed, this story is about the hazards of fame, as a young ninja can t even get away from his fans long enough to take a nap Both being a famous ninja and being a ninja unable to sneak are potentially funny ideas, but will kids young enough to be entertained by the goofy story really understand either one The ninja master s advice goes right over the head of young Wink, but may also go over the heads of the readers.Good, but could have been better


  9. Adam Clavey Adam Clavey says:

    Wink the Ninja Who Wanted to Nap is a fitting title because it is about a ninja named wink who wanted to take a nap After becoming a famous ninja, Wink returns home He loves the spotlight and attention He is bombarded by fans and finds himself tired He tried to sneak a nap in but is not sneaky enough for his fans In the end Wink constructs a plan to trick his fans and finally get a nap This story is a classic children s picture book It is funny and entertaining Wink wants attention but Wink the Ninja Who Wanted to Nap is a fitting title because it is about a ninja named wink who wanted to take a nap After becoming a famous ninja, Wink returns home He loves the spotlight and attention He is bombarded by fans and finds himself tired He tried to sneak a nap in but is not sneaky enough for his fans In the end Wink constructs a plan to trick his fans and finally get a nap This story is a classic children s picture book It is funny and entertaining Wink wants attention but realizes that what he wants is getting in the way of what he needs This book would be well suited for pre k to second grade


  10. Alyssa Alyssa says:

    This is the sequel to the first Wink book, again funny and with beautiful and also amusing cut paper illustrations But like the first book, there are some weird authenticity things going on there s really awesome stuff like Wink s school age fans, the futon he sleeps on, him saying shimatta and then there s the entrance to the school, which looks like a torii gate with a roof Maybe I m off base here, and torii gates can be found in other places than shrinescould easily be that my kno This is the sequel to the first Wink book, again funny and with beautiful and also amusing cut paper illustrations But like the first book, there are some weird authenticity things going on there s really awesome stuff like Wink s school age fans, the futon he sleeps on, him saying shimatta and then there s the entrance to the school, which looks like a torii gate with a roof Maybe I m off base here, and torii gates can be found in other places than shrinescould easily be that my knowledge of what can and can t be considered authentic is lacking But it s still weird, the mix of spot on cultural stuff and things that make me go,


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