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Up, up, down (2001)

by Robert Munsch

Other authors: Michael Martchenko (Illustrator)

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Despite the warnings of her mother and father, Anna persists in trying to climb things, eventually ending up in the top of a tree and refusing to come down.

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  Travelingnic | Jul 18, 2013 |
Anna likes to climb. Sometimes she falls and her parents tell her to becareful and don't climb. But they don't practice what they preach! ( )
  bekeelen | Mar 1, 2013 |
This is one of our children's favourites. Some of the repeated words are laid out in bold graphics on the page, so beginning readers can help read the book. Anna loves to climb, but keeps falling down, until she goes outdoors and masters the biggest tree in the yard. Then her parents try to climb up, and they fall down! Wonderful illustrations by Michael Martchenko add many special details and funny running jokes to the story. Highly recommended from toddler to grade 1. ( )
  tripleblessings | Nov 8, 2005 |
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To Anna James, Guelph, Ontario

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One day Anna, who liked to climb, walked into the kitchen and started to climb the refrigerator.
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Despite the warnings of her mother and father, Anna persists in trying to climb things, eventually ending up in the top of a tree and refusing to come down.

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Marilou adore grimper ... Marilou , descend de là ! dit son papa. Mais Marilou est une casse-cou...
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