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The Peanut Buttor Tweatment Paperback – August 10, 2011
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Illustrated colorful children's book about the day grammy comes to visit. His mother won't let him blow bubbles with bubblegum cuz once his uncle blew one so huge and popped it covered his whole face and it was a mess.
She brought all the children a nice gift they could play with.
She also gives them bubblegum and of course the same thing happened to him that happened to his uncle.
She looked at him and laughed because he did not have to go to the hospital to get the gum out of his fur. Peanut butter would do the trick.
Moral of the story is to listen to what your parents tell you because it is for your own good.
Grammy comes to visit Bub's house and Bub is very excited because she always brings surprises. Grammy brings a coloring book and some bubble gum. What she does not know is that Bub is not allowed to blow bubble gum. But Bub blows anyway. What happens next teaches us a lesson about obedience.
I think I added in that last part. ;) Anywayz, let's ask her what she thinks of it, shall we?
On the plotline? It was funny! :)
On the Pictures? I realy like the pictures. They are so cute. The people look like bubble gum (with hair).
On the Characters? I don't like Bub. He doesn't listen to his mommy.
Your Favorite Character? Sis is funny-she tattles. I like Grammy too. Grammy is so nice.
On the Language? It was easy to unnerstand.
32 pages of adorable characters, colorful pictures and a moral. What more could you ask for?
I wasn't sure what the Harringtons were (I guess that's part of the charm!) but they were cute as a button. Bub, the naughty trouble-making little boy, Sis, the picture of an annoying little sister, and sweet Grammy all make up the charming little family. And let's not forget the super Mom, who comes to the rescue when the bubble gum is plastered on Bub's face! With a picture on every page and easy vocabulary and large font, this is a great book for a beginning reader!
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I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
By: M. Allman
Published July 28, 2011 by BurtonHead Books
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Have you ever had bubble gum stuck in your hair? Did your mom use vegetable oil or, even worse, scissors to remove it? Can you imagine if your entire body was covered in hair and you popped a big `ol bubble gum bubble on your face? The Peanut Buttor Tweatment tells the tale of mischievous little Bub who loves his grammy's homemade bubble gum and finds himself in quite a sticky situation. Peanut Butter to the rescue!
I have really been on a children's book kick recently. It is so fun to share all these neat, new books with my children and see their love for reading grow! The Peanut Buttor Tweatment is a super cute little read that teaches kids all about following directions and facing consequences.
The Harringtons, the characters of the story, are adorable little fuzz balls with big personalities. Mom is kind yet firm. Grammy is exactly what you want your grandmother to be, and she brings awesome gifts when she comes for a visit! Bub is fun and a little naughty. A family isn't quite complete without the adorable, sometimes annoying, baby sister.
The story is easy and fun for a young child to read, but not too babyish for older children. My kids and I really enjoyed the colorful illustrations on each page. I definitely recommend this book for any age, but especially children in the 6-8 year range.
The story is about Bub a hairy little fellow, who loves to blow bubbles with his bubblegum. His Grammy comes to visit and brings him and his sis some colouring in books and some bubble gum. Bub and Sis go upstairs to play and mum warns Bub Not to be blowing bubbles with his bubblegum. Bub blows one small bubble, then another until one pops and sticks all over his hair. He doesn't want to go to hospital, like his uncle George.His mum gives him the Peanut Buttor Tweatment and he doesn't need to go to hospital.
The story teaches children that they should do what they are told, as there is a good reason they are being told to do it or not to do it.
Me and my daughter Lily who is 3 really enjoyed this book, it held her attention throughout, the pictures are great and she even asked me to read it again straight after. :)