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Just Me and My Cousin (Look-Look) (edition 1992)

by Mercer Mayer

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Title:Just Me and My Cousin (Look-Look)
Authors:Mercer Mayer
Info:Golden Books (1992), Paperback, 24 pages
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brother critter spends time with his mean cousin, who scares him, gets him in trouble and such. but as brother critter is leaving, his cousin apologizes and brother critter realizes that he isn't that bad
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  TUCC | Dec 19, 2016 |
In this funny picture book starring Mercer Mayer's popular Little Critter, our young hero is off for a visit with his cousin. The day starts well but turns into pillow fights and tattletelling and checker boards overturned. It's not always easy to be a cousin. Little Critter is ready to go home, but his cousin saves the day before it's too late.
  clwalker | Jun 13, 2012 |
this book would be a good one to use for a section on bullying.
  mcbalducci | Nov 23, 2009 |
This is a cute little book that many students will probably be able to relate to. It is about a boy (critter) who goes to visit his cousin at his house and they are supposed to play and bond. Instead, the cousin tricks the critter and plays mean tricks on him all day such as having him climb a tree and then taking away the ladder. At the end, the cousin says sorry and they make up!
  aezeek | Nov 16, 2009 |
A boy and his mother go to visit their cousin, aunt, and uncle, while there, the boy and his cousin do all kinds of things. Some of things they do are; race bikes, play in the tree house, make a robot, and some other fun things. But, while they are playing all of these things, the cousin was not being very nice. So, the boy and his mother get ready to go home, but before they leave, his cousin comes down stairs and gives him a note that says "I'm sorry". Then the boy decided that his cousin was not that bad
  temorrison | Sep 14, 2009 |
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In this funny picture book starring Mercer Mayer's popular Little Critter, our young hero is off for a visit with his cousin. The day starts well but turns into pillow fights and tattletelling and checker boards overturned. It's not always easy to be a cousin. Little Critter is ready to go home, but his cousin saves the day before it's too late.

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A visit to a cousin's house turns out not to be so bad after all.

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