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Dirty Bertie ebook

by David Roberts


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This year on a return trip, I managed to find another book illustrated by David Roberts at the Tate Modern Museum Shop - Cinderella (an Art Deco rendition) and it's also a great story with a modern twist.

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Dirty Bertie, written by David Roberts, describes the disgusting habits of little Bertie. This young boy loves to explore the world around him without the care of his personal hygiene

Dirty Bertie, written by David Roberts, describes the disgusting habits of little Bertie. This young boy loves to explore the world around him without the care of his personal hygiene. He picks up slugs and bugs, pees in a garden, eats food off the floor, and picks his nose – that is just the start of it.

For Dirty Bertie he delved into French archives to hunt out nineteenth-century newspapers and kiss-and-tell autobiographies. He also visited the venues of Bertie’s French escapades, from grand chateaux to dingy cabarets. He has now returned to present-day Paris, and is doing his best to live the Entente Cordiale. Whole weeks in Paris would be dealt with in two or three lines – although we all know how much fun you can cram into a week in Paris.

In the fifth Dirty Bertie book, the world's grubbiest trouble-magnet strikes again! Bertie devises a new scheme for making filthy lucre, has a sickly time at the fairground and manages to teach a toddler her first word: Bum!

Whenever Bertie does anything dirty, Bertie's family shouts at him! Will Bertie every kick his horrible habits? show more. For ages 0-5. Format Paperback 32 pages.

Whenever Bertie does anything dirty, Bertie's family shouts at him! Will Bertie every kick his horrible habits? show more. Dimensions 239 x 240 x 3mm 158g. Publication date 31 Jul 2003. Publisher Little Tiger Press Group.

Author: David Roberts. Publisher: Little Tiger Books. David Roberts was born in Liverpool and studied a degree in fashion design at Manchester Metropolitan University

Author: David Roberts. David Roberts was born in Liverpool and studied a degree in fashion design at Manchester Metropolitan University. After university he worked as a milliner and began to get work as a fashion illustrator but always felt his true calling was in children's book illustration.

David Roberts teaches you how to draw his classic naughty boy Dirty Bertie himself complete with a big green bogey of course! David Robert’s latest book Dirty Bertie: Horror has a Halloween twist and is out now!

David Roberts teaches you how to draw his classic naughty boy Dirty Bertie himself complete with a big green bogey of course! David Robert’s latest book Dirty Bertie: Horror has a Halloween twist and is out now! David Roberts.

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Magis
I spotted this book on the shelf of a bookstore in Greenwich, England largely due to the illustrations rather than just the content. I bought it for my then two-year-old son while we were living in London. Of course I suspected what others have confirmed in their reviews, namely that it initially taught him about some dirty habits rather than moving him away from them. But that was short-term and with repeated reading he soon learned not to______, or ______, or eat _____ and ______.

Still, we both did find it hilarious and over a year later, he's still enjoying this one. And in the long run he doesn't "wee in the flower bed", or "pick boogies from his nose", and he never eats them, so I think one can still argue that the book works. As others have written, he does love repeating "No, Bertie that's dirty Bertie!".

This year on a return trip, I managed to find another book illustrated by David Roberts at the Tate Modern Museum Shop - Cinderella (an Art Deco rendition) and it's also a great story with a modern twist.

I hope more of his books will be sold here in the US.
ndup
Dirty Bertie is the best, really gives framework to discuss the grosser things in life with your kids and how to handle it appropriately
Snowskin
The preschool kids are crazy for this book. They ask for it over and over.
Painwind
I purchased this book because it was a bargain book (only $5.99) and I thought it might have a lesson for my daughter about not eating or touching yucky things. For me, I think some of the references (picking "boogers" and "eating boogers") and illustrations (Bertie and the cat "peeing" in the flower bed) are inappropriate. The book basically gives kids new ideas. When I was finished reading the book to my daughter, she proceeded to stick her finger in her nose and say "Look mom!" I would have returned the book but my daughter ripped one of the pages shortly after we read it. I also thought about donating it to the library but would have to do so anonymously because I wouldn't want my name associated with it.
Dont_Wory
I too, purchased this book as a bargain and was quickly offended by the illustrations and word usuage. These are the sorts of things I want my children to understand ARE NOT FUNNY! The author makes light of some pretty terrible habits. I'm sure some families may feel it is appropriate, but my purchase was intended as a donation to our elementary school library. NO CAN DO! The theme is important, but I'm really not sure that the message here is a positive one. Unless of course, you consider teaching kids the worst manners a worthwhile lesson. This book should have been advertised with a message suggesting that some may be offended by the rawness of the language and naked illustrations.
Trex
I habe a few of the books and the ones i returned werent appropriate for my school age children. They were chapter books not a short story like my others. They were in black and white and was very disappointed. I shouldnt have bought them to begin with when it wasnt description didnt explain what they really were. I was lead to believe the books were a different style and texted. I truely dont know if i will ever order theough amazon again
Cordalas
Bertie has some dreadful habits that horrify his family, who all scream out "No Bertie! That's dirty Bertie!" every time he's caught out. But Bertie also learns for himself (as we see from the pictures) why these habits are considered "dirty".

My daughter discovered this book at pre-school and when I offered to buy her a special story to commemorate finishing pre-school, she asked for this one. The whole family thinks that Dirty Bertie is hilarious and "No Bertie! That's dirty, Bertie!" has become a household catchphrase.

If you're happy to giggle at a picture of a bottom or if you think it's time to discuss WHY nose-picking is dirty, this is the book for you. Some negative reviewers of this book have said it teaches bad habits, but I actually found that my kids were interested in talking about why Bertie's habits were so dirty, and why we don't do things like that. Don't mean to brag but I'm happy to report that none of my children have been licking the dog's face or weeing in the garden since reading this book. If your child is indulging in anti-social "dirty" habits, this is a great way to tackle the problem with good humour and helpful illustrations.
A hilarious story book for both adult and children. In Dinosaur, the reader would be amazed by the size of the papier mache dinosaur made by Mr. Monk and could only sympathise with him when Bertie and his friends destroyed his efforts when they slunk into his house to capture it. The last part when Angela said, "Sorry, but I am a bit busy right now..." when Bertie and his friends sought her help to get out of the hole dug by themselves was rather funny. In Chocolate, the readers could only laughed and felt contented that Bertie ate half of the prized giant Easter Egg chocolate that was finally won by Nicholas and the drawing of Nicholas expression would gave the reader the feeling of "Serve him right". In Pet Sitter, Bertie had to look after Angela's cat while they were away. It triggered the funny bone when the reader read Bertie belting the constable with Angela's book and the biggest catch was the drawing of Bertie as a ballerina.
Dirty Bertie ebook
Author:
David Roberts
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EPUB size:
1564 kb
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Publisher:
Magi Pubns (June 30, 2002)
Pages:
32 pages
Rating:
4.9
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