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Pass the Fritters, Critters

by Cheryl Chapman

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Pamster and Samster just can’t believe the good news – Mommy has a baby in the belly! They keep asking their father, grand parents about the baby in the belly. They are so excited of the coming little baby. They acting like they have a baby in their belly, laughing at their grandpa's big belly, decorating their house for the new little one. Then, their brother born, they just love him so much.
It's a fantasy fiction book because all the animals are able to talk. Folktales: Stories from the oral tradition had their beginnings around hearthside and campfire. These tales were almost always fantastic in nature, involving magic or talking animals.
To teacher, it is a good book that they can introduce about the new little sister or brother the students might have. Through the teacher's voice, children are more able to know about something might going to happen.
To students, it is a good beginning for them to learn something about brother's or sister's love. They can be affected by this cute book on how to act like a big brothers or sisters.---They must be excited and full of love! ( )
  JCHEN16 | Mar 5, 2017 |
Word repetition in story about a snowy day including dog lost & found. Nice book.

Ages: 2-4
Source: Pierce County Library, UP Branch.
  karenburns | Mar 15, 2013 |
Summary: This book starts off with the boy getting ready to go outside and play. His mother makes breakfast, then he gets dressed, and then him and his dog go outside to play. They see the other kids going down the hill on a sled and the boy also goes down the hill on his sled, but when he comes down he cannot find Clancy his dog. Everybody looks for Clancy but , they cannot find him. Then the boy hears a bark and he finds Clancy.

Personal Reaction: I like this book I can relate to losing a pet and the feeling you go through and then the happiness you feel when the pet comes back. I liked the repetiton that goes along with the book.

Classroom Extension:
1. As a class we could take about the responsiblities of owning a pet and how you should take care of it.
2. Then we could draw a picture of our favorite pet and the explain why this is our favorite pet. ( )
  HeidiBlanco | Oct 4, 2012 |
K-1. Good when using examples of rhyming words. Very colorful, vibrant pictures. ( )
  aengle | Feb 26, 2009 |
The genre of this book is multi-cultural. This book is also fictional. The art used was a combination of illustrations and paintings. The content of the book is about a boy that lost his dog when playing in the snow with his friends and then they fund the dog. Reading level for this book is second grade. There are no curricular connections in this book but it is still a good story for children to read.
  meallen1 | Feb 18, 2009 |
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Hungry animals passing food during a meal learn that "please" is a magic word.

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