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Roses Are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink Paperback – January 20, 1997
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Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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The illustration in this book were very cute. They were very creative and they kept kids interested.
This really is a great book and kids would really like to listen to this story. They would enjoy the illustations and they would remember the characters long after reading the book.
Oh, the pain of writing out Valentine's Day cards. I just went through this with my youngest two kids. This story illustrates how tricky it can be to personalize the sentiment inside cards. Should you be mean to those who were not nice to you? Should you sign someone else's name to them? Well, Gilbert does both and the pain of watching your classmates get mad at each other wears on him. Also, the fact that people eventually figure out who wrote the "bad" cards is a valuable lesson.
As I tell my children, lies have short legs. Gilbert discovers just this as the kids who were mean to him (and he wrote the bad poems to) are sorry and he realizes that treating people the way you want to be treated is the best way to keep peace.
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A valentine I sent to my 4 yo grandson .. He loved the poems!Published 4 months ago by Carolmarie S.
Fun. I gave it to my kids for Valentines day and we laughed together. My kids loved it:)Published 4 months ago by Kamen
I use this book every year with my students at Valentines Day. They love it and it teaches a great lesson!Published 6 months ago by AJ Rains