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"Breaks the mould in form as well as content." —Sunday Times --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
I went though so many emotions while reading this book for the first time to my Pre-K class. I never heard of it, but saw that it was about making promises which was perfect for a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by nickie
Just a horrible book. It begins very well and could have been an excellent story. And as an elementary school librarian, I'm always looking for interesting children's books. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary F.
Quirky book. My older kids loved it, the younger was horrified. I love it.Published 8 months ago by Kindle Customer
For teachers, this is great for introducing irony. It is super short, super cute, and attractive even to older students. (And it arrived on time and in good condition.)Published 9 months ago by Virginia
Seriously, funny??? This is a very cruel story: how can it possibily be a good idea to read to a child? Read morePublished 10 months ago by Marie-CLaude Piguet
Wonderful tale. When I tell this story, everybody ( specially the adults) love it.Published 12 months ago by TNT
This book does not follow the happy ending that you would expect. Kids love the unexpected ending, but it is one that you probably want to discuss with your child instead of... Read morePublished 13 months ago by kv
Love the story and the ending is not what you or the kids will expect,
Read this book to my son's first grade class, not one of the 23 kids had read this book and they... Read more
This story is a great way to introduce living things and the life cycle process in science to your students!!!Published 15 months ago by Jaime Adams