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Mr. King's Castle by Geneviève Côté
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Mr. King's Castle

by Geneviève Côté

Series: Mr. King (2)

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Another cheerful, appealing story with a good environmental message featuring Mr. King and his helpful friends. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
This charming picture book will please young children with the story of Mr King, a cat. He lives on a high hill and really wants a BIG castle. Without regard for his friends who live on the hill beneath him, Mr King starts chopping up that hill to build his castle. Well, of course, when the castle is finished, the hill is gone. Mr King's animal friends point out to him what has been lost to them in the building process. When Mr King decides to rectify his mistake, his friends pitch in to help.
Illustrated with colorful drawings that enhance the action, this will be a treat for children . Also a good way to start a discussion about thinking before we act. ( )
  librarian1204 | Jul 31, 2013 |
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Mr. King wants to build himself a BIG castle. So he uses the closest available material to make the blocks he needs -- the land around his house that just happens to be home to his forest friends. When Mr. King's friends make him see what he's done, he realizes he's made a BIG mistake. Can he be king of his castle and a good friend, too? Young readers will delight in this second adventure of the shortsighted but well-meaning Mr. King.… (more)

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