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Arthur's Christmas Cookies by Lillian Hoban
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2.6, K-3
  CurrColl | Sep 12, 2019 |
All her books are of interest, k-2.
  Brifost | May 29, 2013 |
Grade Level: 2
This book is very cute. Although, it is very long but the words are big along with the pcitures. The story talks about a family of monkies who is making Christmas presents for their mom and dad. Arthur's sister made their dad a clay paper weight so Arthur thought to make different cookies for his mom and dad.Arthur needed up making clay cookies and his family painted them and hung them on the Christmas tree and drank hot coco. The family had a great Christmas and enjoyed the holiday very much.
Website: www.lillianhoban.com
  agwood | Oct 22, 2009 |
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Arthur decides to make Mother and Father special Christmas cookies as a present. But when the cookies are finally finished, they are hard as rocks! Can Arthur think of a way to turn this disaster into the best Christmas present ever?

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Arthur finds a way to enjoy his Christmas cookies even after he discovers they can't be eaten.

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