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No Nap by Eve Bunting

No Nap

by Eve Bunting

Other authors: Susan Meddaugh (Illustrator)

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Pierce ECE
A father is trying everything he can think of to get his daughter to take her nap. They dance, boogie, and bongo, yet she still refuses to take her nap.
  kwatson87 | May 15, 2013 |
It's Susie's nap time but she doesn't want to nap. Her dad tries many things to make her tired but in the end it only makes him tired. The dad falls asleep and Susie never takes a nap.
  clgribbin | Apr 6, 2010 |
Susie's mom leaves Susie home with her father in charge. Susie's father does everything he can think of to get Susie to take a nap. They go on a walk, do some exercises, read stories, sing songs, drink water, lay in bed... They do all of these tiring things and Susie continues to say no nap. Her father ends up falling asleep right before her mother comes home! Great and funny for first and second graders.

http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/b/eve-bunting/ This website gives a brief biography of Eve Bunting and shows all of her books.
  mhwilson | Nov 15, 2009 |
Susie and Daddy are home without mommy one afternoon. Daddy promised Mommy that Susie would take a nap, but Susie just isn't tired. "No nap," she says. Daddy tries everything to get Susie to sleep, but she won't have it!
  katiejanelewis | Oct 12, 2009 |
This book is about a little girl named Susie who did not want to take a nap because she was not tired. Her dad tried several things in hopes to make Susie tired; they took a walk, read stories, and played around the house. Still, Susie was not tired, and before long, her dad was the one who fell asleep.
This is a good book to read to children in kindergarten or first grade. One good time to read it is before nap time because it has to do with the struggles of getting a young child to go to sleep. Another good time to read this is when talking about family because it has to do with a girl spending alot of time with her dad. ( )
  MelanieRoss | Sep 28, 2009 |
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It's naptime, but Susie isn't sleepy. Daddy tries everything to tire her out. They boogie, they bongo, and they do the creepy camel, but still Susie says "No nap."

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Dad tries various activities to get Susie tired enough to take her nap, but they only exhaust him.

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