First page Previous page Page: Weller, 'for back he come, two minits afore the time, a-bilin' with rage, sayin' how he'd been nearly run over by a hackney-coach that he warn't used to it; and he was blowed if he wouldn't write to the lord mayor. They got him pacified at last; and for five years arter that, he never even so much as peeped out o' the lodge gate. At last he began to get so precious jolly, that he used to forget how the time vent, or care nothin' at all about it, and he went on gettin' later and later, till vun night his old friend wos just a-shuttin' the gate — had turned the key in fact — wen he come up.
In our last post we featured two books that I think are very scary but these books today are notthey a fun Halloween books to get excited like they need to get more excited! He was giggling through the whole book and the end when the old lay belches he laughed hysterically.
It was predictable but I have to admit was a really funsilly read.
Skeleton Hiccups by Margery Cuyler is a silly book about a skelleton who can not get rid of the hiccups. The story is simple and parents will find it predictable but kids find it silly and fun, and that is what matters.
This lift and flap book is the newest addition to our Karen Katz collection. My son adores these books. I read this in the check out line 3 times and he was asking for more before I could get my groceries in the fridge.
Also there are fun textures to many of the illustrations which help keep little hands busy! This book has been passed down to my daughter who likes it just as much as her brother who I thought would be too old for this book but somehow whenever his sister climbs into my lap with it he demands to lift every seconf flap!
This is a great book for kids like my son who get very very upset when something unexpected happens. We spent a long time talking about every stage of this story and felt great when it was done.
I may have to buy this book, or at least renew it a few times! I love the discussion that this book prompted and would encourage anyone to read this book!
Vunce Upon a Time by J. He ends up going with parental blessing and ends up getting so much more than candy. Share it with a friend! Become an Email Subscriber Enter your email address Sign up above and receive all new No Time for Flashcards posts directly in your email inbox.
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