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Peter's Chair (Picture Puffins) Paperback – August 1, 1998
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But Peter feeling that everything he has is going to be given to his sister, takes his childhood chair and runs away from home. But he realizes that he isn't a little boy anymore. He is a boy but not a baby. He has to accept change in the household when a sibling is born. Peter is not seen as a spoiled brat. He just doesn't want to have to give in to Susie. Peter learns a valuable lesson and is willing to help his family any way he can.
Ezra Jack Keats, rest in peace, is a good storyteller. His stories are centered around the urban areas. He doesn't paint a negative view of the city. He rather illustrates it as a community of supporting and close-knit citizens. His books dispel the media misconception of the dying city.
The one thing that has escaped the fate of the pink paint is his old toddler chair. Peter stashes his chair away and later sets up a clever trap to fool everyone into thinking he is hiding behind the curtains. Peter tries to reclaim his old seat, but he has long outgrown it.
Sadder, but wiser, he accepts his new sister and even gives her a prized gift. This is a wonderful classic!
It did make us laugh when he tricked his mom. We won't spoil how he did that though!
(We wrote this together as a class during our lesson on opinion writing)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wanted to love it but a page was ripped out. The story, however, is good.Published 1 month ago by MVB
This is a great book for when you are bringing a new baby home! It shows how the older kid will have to share.Published 4 months ago by Kristen Fansler
This book was so sweet about a little boy who does not know why all his things are being painted pink. The kids loved this read. Read morePublished 5 months ago by S. Neyhart
Used in my class for story and plot development. Excellent resource.Published 7 months ago by S. Sanchez