From School Library Journal
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Excellent illustrations by Barbara McClintock reminiscent of older books. What is slightly more modern in appearance is the Gingerbread Man. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Persop
Just what we wanted. the book is well made. we will read it at a B.D. Party, and when the story is over a big gingerbread man will appear with party treats. Read morePublished 5 months ago by barbara j riding
I just love the rhyming words that the gingerbread man says and it is fun for my kids to read. My two year old makes me read it three or four times in a row she loves it.Published 7 months ago by Anna K
I liked how they chose to make a gingerbread man.I liked how they made the gingerbread man so neat.I liked how the author drew the oven. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ms. N's class
Books are always a great way to go. You can never have to many for any classroom, school or home setting.Published 14 months ago by Humboldt County School District
This nicely illustrated book has always been one of my favorite versions of the The Gingerbread Man story. The repetitive lines allow a beginning reader to join in.Published 16 months ago by Teacher