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Morris' Disappearing Bag

by Rosemary Wells

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The Rosemary Wells books do not generally do it for me. This one however was rather charming: The littlest of four kids is told he's "too little" for all of their (cooler) toys, so he finds a "disappearing bag" -- i.e., a cloak of invisibility. After demonstrating it to his siblings, they all think it's the coolest thing, and disappear for hours on end -- while he happily plays with their now-abandoned toys. Works on multiple levels, for adult and child readers alike. ( )
  lquilter | Mar 9, 2012 |
This book is about Morris and his Christmas gifts. All his other siblings had gifts that they played with all day and Morris had a teddy bear that no one wanted to play with. He was sad, but then he found a gift under the tree that had been overlooked. He opened it and it was a disappearing bag. He family found it fascinating and was then willing to exchange their gifts to play with the disappearing bag. ( )
  JTNguyen | Feb 7, 2012 |
It was Christmas day Morris's sisters and his brother got stuff they said he was to little to play with , and when everyone was eating dinner he found an gift under the tree , he climbed in , when they could not find him , he climbed , they climbed in , he used all their stuff. ( )
  dbhutch | Jan 10, 2010 |
This is a great book for young readers. It can be a seasonal book. Reading the book around Christmas time would serve a dual purpose because this book teaches sharing. It is about Morris being the youngest sibling and only getting one present that was not interesting to any of his older siblings. He then discovers another present of his ans suddenly all of his siblings want to play with him and share their toys. The author website is great! It is http://www.rosemarywells.com/.
  sbbunn | Nov 14, 2009 |
Morris's disappearing bag is a cute Christmas story about a bunny named Morris. Morris and all of his syblings wake up on Christmas morning and they all open their gifts. Morris recieves a teddy bear, his brother receives a hockey set, one of his sisters recieves make up, and his other sister gets a chemisty set. All of the syblings share their gifts. No one lets Morris play with their gifts because they say that he is too young. This makes Morris very upset until he discovers another present under the Christmas tree. Morris opens it up and discovers a "disappearing bag." All of his syblings think Morris's present is so cool. They all decide to share their gifts with Morris so that they can play with his new bag. This is a really cute story for new readers. The illustrations are really colorful and descriptive ( )
  Madalyn333 | Nov 10, 2009 |
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Everyone in Morris's family is pleased with his Christmas present except Morris.

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