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Anansi's Party Time by Eric A. Kimmel
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Anansi's Party Time (2008)

by Eric A. Kimmel, Janet Stevens (Illustrator)

Other authors: Jerry Terheyden (Narrator)

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The story develops based on the turtle and spider going tit for tat over who is going to perform the next prank. Until the spider ends up on the moon, and he has no way to return. The open ended ending is superb, and it allows the children to create there own ending. Is there really a crab and/or spider on the moon causing it to not be perfectly round? ( )
  bmmander | Oct 15, 2013 |
Clever little book that has a twist at the end. I like books that get my daughter and nephew thinking. One animal in this book sends two animals to the moon. Better not mess with him! ( )
  ronicadibartolo | Oct 5, 2013 |
Anansi’s throws a party to prank turtle, turtle is not very happy about it. Turtle pulls a prank back to get revenge. In the end Anansi gets stuck at the moon. ( )
  Kayden | Mar 12, 2013 |
Anansi and Turtle are best friends and like to play prank on one another. Anansi plays a prank on Turtle where he has to keep going home because he forget to bring the right stuff to her party. Turtle plans to get Anansi back, so he plans his own party underwater at his home. Anansi is a spider and cannot swim so she holds on to Crab to get to the party and to stay underwater. When Crab takes balloons him and Anansi are sent to the moon. Will they ever get back to Earth? This is a cute book to read to children about friendship and that playing pranks on your friends aren't always fun or nice. We need to treat others as we want to be treated. ( )
  PaigeCostella | Oct 24, 2011 |
Anansi invites Turtle to a non-existent party so turtle orchestrates an elaborate revenge plot that includes sending Anansi to the moon (along with poor, innocent Crab) to the moon with a bunch of party balloons. Though I enjoyed Stevens' artwork, this sequel lacks the traditional charm of Anansi and the Talking Melon, sacrificing story for contemporary children's birthday party elements and what was surely the publisher's demand for more money. ( )
  mrcmyoung | Jul 11, 2011 |
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Stevens, JanetIllustratormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Turtle and Anansi went fishing together. Turtle played a trick on Anansi. Anansi did not forget. He waited a long time to get even. Months later, long after Turtle had forgotten about the trick, a letter from Anansi appeared in his mailbox.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0823419223, Library Binding)

The fifth book in the popular Anansi trickster tales series by acclaimed author-and-illustrator team Eric A. Kimmel and Janet Stevens. Anansi is throwing a party. He invites Turtle, but plays so many tricks on him that Turtle can't have any fun. So turtle decides to get even and throws a part of his own. A companion to "Anansi and the Moss-Covered Rock", "Anansi Goes Fishing", "Anansi and the Talking Melon," and "Anansi and the Magic Stick".

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When Anansi the spider invites Turtle to a party just to play a trick on him, Turtle gets revenge at a party of his own.

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