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No, Silly! by Ken Krug
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No, Silly!

by Ken Krug

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In this book the animals that kids love to play with took the role as the kids. They use everyday routines and had each animal do them the right way and one do them the wrong way. When an animal do the wrong thing the others called them silly. My kids in my class loved this book especially when the animal did the wrong thing because they were able to say what was the right way in which the animals were to do the activities. The importance of this book is that the students/kids do know right from wrong, they just sometimes choose to be silly. ( )
  umorgan | Aug 24, 2017 |
Playful, cuddly, and silly. Great book for toddlers. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
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As their mothers and fathers listen, preschoolers describe favorite things to do.

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