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Here Comes the Big, Mean Dust Bunny!

by Jan Thomas

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Dust bunnies who enjoy rhyming games and a boisterous cat who likes to chase and grab learn how to play together.

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This is a great book to teach rhymes and using them in context. You can also test comprehension and see how well children are understanding what they are reading. This is a great book for children and I would recommend it to any teacher. ( )
  YMcMillion | Nov 2, 2012 |
A follow-up to Rhyming Dustbunnies...not quite as funny as the original, but the introduction of a new, mean dust bunny, and his conversion into a nice dust bunny is a sweet and funny lesson for kids,

"He may be a thug... But what rhymes with... TUG?!"

the dust bunnies wonder as they attempt to revive the squashed mean dust bunny; and he answers,

"I know! HUG!"

Simple, colorful illustrations make this a fun choice for storytime. ( )
  shelf-employed | Dec 14, 2009 |
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