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eBook my little sister ate one hare ePub

by bill grossman

  • ISBN: 0590127837
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: bill grossman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic (February 1, 1996)
  • ePub book: 1976 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1417 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 629

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Browse books by Bill Grossman. My Little Sister Ate One Hare. Contact Us. In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. by Bill Grossman and Kevin Hawkes. Images courtesy of publishers, organizations, and sometimes their Twitter handles. Bill Grossman has Collaborated With.

Book Description A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P My sister’s on a hugging spree! . And what kind of trouble will those hugs get her into? With riotously revolting rhymes by Bill Grossman and hysterically funny art by Kevin Hawkes, kids will be laughing their way from A to Z.

Book Description A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P My sister’s on a hugging spree! Hugging her way from A to Z. Wild animals don’t scare Little Sister. And what kind of trouble will those hugs get her into? With riotously revolting rhymes by Bill Grossman and hysterically funny art by Kevin Hawkes, kids will be laughing their way from A to . .until all the animals are scared away and there’s only one person left to hug! Praise for My Little Sister Ate One Hare : H A guaranteed success with the primary-grade crowd.

Bill Grossman has written numerous books for children. From Publishers Weekly: In this zany, cumulative counting book, the narrator's ravenous sister devours?and manages to keep down?some decidedly unorthodox delicacies: "My little sister ate 3 ants. She even ate their underpants. We thought she'd throw up then and there.

It turns out the little sister in My Little Sister Ate One Hare has her limits but you'll have to get to the last page to find . This delightful counting book by Bill Grossman follows the adventures of one daring little girl who will anything in the world, except for vegetables.

It turns out the little sister in My Little Sister Ate One Hare has her limits but you'll have to get to the last page to find out what it is. This rhyming book delights the K-3rd grade crowd with it's repeating phrases and the outlandish things eaten by the "My Little Sister". Children love to participate in telling this story with the story teller and are suitably satisfied with the ending. It is a predictable counting book, beginning with a rhyme about eating 1 hare and then adding another rhyme each time she eats something.

What will Little Sister hug next? And what kind of trouble will those hugs get her into? . Bill Grossman worked as a gravedigger, forklift operator, computer engineer, and third-grade teacher before writing books for children. He is now a professor of engineering

What will Little Sister hug next? And what kind of trouble will those hugs get her into? With riotously revolting rhymes and hysterically funny art, kids will be laughing their way from A to .until all the animals are scared away and there's only one person left to hug! show more. He is now a professor of engineering. He lives in Connecticut. Kevin Hawkes is the author as well as the illustrator of The Wicked Big Toddlah.

Little sister has no problem eating one hare, two snakes, and three ants, but when she gets to ten pees, she . I have purchased over 20 of these books in the past five years and given them to all my friends with young children.

Little sister has no problem eating one hare, two snakes, and three ants, but when she gets to ten pees, she throws up quite a mess. Результаты поиска по книге.

Little sister has no problem eating one hare, two snakes, and three ants, but when she gets to ten peas, she throws up quite a mess.

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In this uproariously funny counting book, illustrated by popular artist Kevin Hawkes, a ravenous little sister eats everything from one hare to ten peas. This is the perfect book for any kid who loves to giggle (and who doesn't?) and parents who love to hear them. Little sister has no problem eating one hare, two snakes, and three ants, but when she gets to ten peas, she throws up quite a mess.

Comments

Quashant Quashant
We love, love love this book! My two year old daughter asks for this book most nights. She loves the illustrations of all the animals as well as the silly costumes that "my little sister" wears. She chants along with the final line on each page "But she didn't!" The rhyme scheme is solid and the story is a lot of fun. My only complaint is the implied insult to peas. I'm always disappointed when children's books undermine vegetables or desirable behaviors. In this particular book my husband and I just make a substitution when we are reading it aloud so that the line is "but eating yummy (instead of 'healthy') foods like these". Luckily my daughter loves peas almost as much as she enjoys this book! Overall, I wholeheartedly recommend this book.
Fararala Fararala
Not only did my preschool students love this book, I also really enjoyed it. The repetition is great for early readers. It’s also great for non-readers to develop recall/memory skills, and receptive/expressive language skills. I use it during my speech therapy sessions, and it’s been a hit. Many students have asked me to read it several times, which is rare.
greed style greed style
If I had to select a book to represent bad taste, this is it. Apparently, the author didn't find any way to count to ten other than having a girl eating all kind of repulsive beings. To that, he constantly rhymes hare with there, snakes with sakes and so on; always the same rhyme.
I assume the kids who would giggle with this would be the same that would laugh when someone falls and gets hurt, My daughter doesn't, luckily.
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Tujar Tujar
Adorable take on a classic kids’ song. Great gift (especially for kids who have new little sisters). Fun to read aloud!
Larosa Larosa
This is one of my favorite picture books to read to a young child. Great sing-song text that repeats on each page, adding even more hilarious fun every time. "My little sister ate one hare, we thought she'd throw up then and there, but she didn't..." Tremendous fun!! Outstanding illustrations too.
Xtintisha Xtintisha
This book is hard to find in stores, so we were thrilled to find it reasonably priced on Amazon. Our first book was a gift for our two girls and we have enjoyed it so much that we bought this copy to give to our daughter's kindergarten class. It is a very catchy counting book.
Vaua Vaua
I haven't laughed so hard in a long time. My nephews love this rhyming/counting book. This book is a little gross, but that's what little boys like. They giggled and laughed as we read about the funny eating habits of the little sister. When we got to the 'We thought she'd throw up then and there...but she didn't" part (on every page), we'd recite it together using funny voices. This is one book they'll want to read over and over.
I first came across this book in a library years ago while working professionally with children. I really loved this remake of "There was an old lady who swallowed a fly". Now that I have my own children, I purchased this silly book for them ...and they both love it!