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What George Forgot

by Kathy Wolff

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George isgreatat remembering things! When it's time to get ready for school, he remembers to wake up his family, put on his brand-new superhero watch, and tell his daily knock-knock joke. He even remembers to eat breakfast, brush his teeth, and find his backpack! So why does George feel like he is forgetting something? This uproariously funny picture book offers a fresh spin on a morning routine. Readers know what George forgot, but willheever figure it out?… (more)
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George is getting ready for school and he feels like he is forgetting something. he already had breakfast, brushed his teeth and fed their dog. he puts his shoes on and when he leaves home to take the bus...oh no! George had forgotten his pants! a really funny and cute book. I really enjoyed the illustrations seeing the dog's expressions and the vivid colors
  MonikaNicole | Apr 19, 2018 |
George is great at remembering things! He remembers everything he needs to do for his morning routine, but there’s something he is missing and he can’t figure it out. This book is filled with lots of humor, as we the reader, can clearly see what George is missing as he goes through the book trying to figure it out. It’s his shoes! George finally figures it out in the end of the story and realizes he cannot walk out the house and go to school with no shoes on! This picture book was filled with lots of illustrations showing George doing his morning routine with lots of humor behind it. Even George sometimes forgets what he needs every now and then! ( )
  HalieL | Mar 31, 2018 |
This was a cute story about a little boy named George. All through his morning he believes he has forgotten something but cannot remember what. He thinks about everything he was supposed to do in the morning and that he had done each task. Finally, he remembers that he almost forgot his shoes. As he leaves for the bus with his shoes now on, he forgot his pants! This was a very good story and it can teach children to remember to complete their tasks throughout the day. It shows structure in the children's lives. ( )
  eritzmann | Mar 20, 2018 |
I loved this book. It will have kids cracking up! Totally kid-relatable. ( )
  DonnaMarieMerritt | Sep 15, 2017 |
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George isgreatat remembering things! When it's time to get ready for school, he remembers to wake up his family, put on his brand-new superhero watch, and tell his daily knock-knock joke. He even remembers to eat breakfast, brush his teeth, and find his backpack! So why does George feel like he is forgetting something? This uproariously funny picture book offers a fresh spin on a morning routine. Readers know what George forgot, but willheever figure it out?

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