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I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie Hardcover – October 1, 1997
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When an "old lady" comes to Thanksgiving dinner she swallows a pumpkin pie--whole. To wash down the pie (which was really too dry) she gulps some cider which "rumbles and mumbles and grumbles" inside her. Then to the horror of the adults and the delight of the children she gobbles the entire Thanksgiving feast!
The illustrations cap off the delightful text and add even more fantastic humor as the old lady grows in proportion with each outlandish bite.
A must read for story time--kids will be giggling more with every turn of the page. And you'll be "thankful" you don't have such a relative. Or do you?
Judy Schachner's illustrations are colorful, and silly, somewhat like Nadine Bernard Wescott's [The Farmer Brown Series, Lady With The Alligator Purse]. If you're looking for a hilarious book for young children say 3 to 7 then this may fit the bill.
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Love the flow of this book. Fantastic illustrations and a fun story! The repetition in this book helps kids comprehension issues.Published 1 month ago by Elizabeth S.
This is a great book. My 3&1/2 year old son loves it. We read a lot of books and this one has already been ready many times. We can pretty much recite the whole thing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Matthew_b85
Bought this for my so without having read it myself. It read "there was an old lady who swallows a pie.......perhaps she'll die" not really an upbeat or positive bookPublished 2 months ago by J. Medlock
So I've seen the reviews and I know some don't like it because of the word die. I replace it for my toddlers with "cry "and pretend to cry. Lol. It works! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marie
My students enjoy the "Old Lady" books, and this one was a great addition to my collection!Published 3 months ago by Tiffany R Shafer