Boston's Best Balloon Artist, Twisting at The Gruffalo's Child Movie!

Boston's Best Balloon Artist (Mr. Balloon Wizard) Twisting this Sunday September 9, 2012 at 11 Am at The Showcase Cinemas Woburn, Ma.
Spread the Word
Listed Under

Balloon Artist Boston
Balloon Twister Boston
Balloon Animals Boston
Balloon Guy Boston
Boston Balloon Artist


Woburn - Massachusetts - US


Sept. 7, 2012 - PRLog -- Come meet Boston's Best Balloon Artist (Mr. Balloon Wizard) this Sunday Morning (September 9, 2012) at 11 Am in the Lobby of The Showcase Cinemas Woburn, Ma. Mr. Balloon Wizard twists at Kidtoons each month and themes the balloons for each movie! This month Mr. Balloon Wizard will be making the Gruffalo, along with swords and flowers. Mr. Balloon Wizard and Promo Magic make your events one to remember! Please check out the web site for up coming public events at For bookings call 617-875-7640. See everyone at the movies this Sunday.......

The Gruffalo is a children's book by writer and playwright Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Axel Scheffler, that tells the story of a mouse's walk in the woods. The book has sold over 10.5 million copies, has won several prizes for children's literature, and has been developed into plays on both the West End and Broadway.
The Gruffalo was initially published in 1999 in the United Kingdom by Macmillan Children's Books (ISBN 0-333-71093-2) as a 32-page hardback edition, was followed six months later by a paperback edition, wfavv and subsequently by a small-format board book edition. It was penned for readers aged three to seven, and is about 700 words long. It is written in rhyming couplets, featuring repetitive verse with minor variance.


The protagonist of The Gruffalo is a mouse. The story of the mouse's walk through the woods unfolds in two phases; in both, the mouse uses cunning to evade danger.
On his way the mouse encounters several dangerous animals (a fox, an owl, and a snake). Each of these animals, clearly intending to eat the mouse, invites him back to their home for a meal. The cunning mouse declines each offer. To dissuade further advances, he tells each animal that he has plans to dine with his friend, a gruffalo, a monster-like hybrid between a grizzly bear and a buffalo, whose favourite food happens to be the relevant animal, and describes the features of the gruffalo's monstrous anatomy. Frightened that the gruffalo might eat it, each animal flees. Knowing the gruffalo to be fictional, the mouse gloats thus:
Silly old fox/owl/snake, doesn't he know?
there's no such thing as a gruffalo!
After being quit of the last animal, the mouse is shocked to encounter a real gruffalo – with all the frightening features the mouse thought that he was inventing. The gruffalo threatens to eat the mouse, but again the mouse is cunning: he tells the gruffalo that he, the mouse, is the scariest animal in the forest. Laughing, the gruffalo agrees to follow the mouse as he demonstrates how feared he is. The two walk through the forest, encountering in turn the animals that had earlier menaced the mouse. Each is terrified by the sight of the pair and runs off – and each time the gruffalo becomes more impressed with the mouse's apparent toughness. Exploiting this, the mouse threatens to eat the gruffalo, which flees.
The story is based on a traditional Chinese folk tale of a fox that borrows the terror of a tiger. Donaldson was unable to think of rhymes for "tiger" so invented one for "know" instead.[1][2]
Tags:Balloon Artist Boston, Balloon Twister Boston, Balloon Animals Boston, Balloon Guy Boston, Boston Balloon Artist
Industry:Event, Entertainment
Location:Woburn - Massachusetts - United States
Account Email Address Verified     Account Phone Number Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse
Mr. Balloon Wizard PRs
Trending News
Top Daily News
Top Weekly News

Top Daily News
Top Weekly News
PTC News

Sep 07, 2012 News

Like PRLog?
Click to Share