Packed with repetitive and onomatopoeic phrases, Candace Fleming's tale of man against nature will keep kids giggling--it may even inspire them to chomp on a few carrots themselves! G. Brian Karas's lively illustrations in gouache and pencil are full of visual wit, as the audacious "twitch-whiskers" patiently watch Mr. McGreely at his seemingly futile endeavors. (Ages 3 to 7) --Emilie Coulter
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my grandsons and I have been reading this book for 8 yrs. they are excellent students at 12 and 14 but still laugh when we read it together!! Read morePublished 1 month ago by susan decker
I bought this book to read with a little neighbor girl who was having trouble learning to read, and who liked to come visit me. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amy H
Such a great story. The simple text will keep the little ones interested. The repetitive words will be easy for early readers.Published 6 months ago by Mary Mcgough
Fun book, the kids enjoyed it (ages 7,6,4 and 2) - I would recommend it.Published 7 months ago by EJH
Muncha Muncha Muncha! This is such a fun and adorable book. At the moment, my 4-year-old son asks me to read it at least once a day. Read morePublished 8 months ago by KC Mama