Susie Hatch rated it it was ok Jan 05, I think the children will enjoy hearing the book Homework read to them. Explore our editors’ picks for the best kids’ books of the month. Dolores Meets Her Match. Open Preview See a Problem? The characters use language that is unacceptable for children to hear specially in today’s age when respect is a problem.
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Write a customer review. A little creativity goe Just in time for the back-to-school season, this imaginative story captures every kid’s wildest dream-homework that does itself!
Pencil and Pen get the story started, along with Eraser, but when Fountain Pen joins in, all ink breaks loose! Buy the selected items adthur This item: He is also the founder and director of the Night Kitchen Radio Theater and has written and directed for opera, theater, dance, and film. I could see it conjuring up the imaginations of the young and old alike. Aug 31, Joenna rated it really liked it Shelves: Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.
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When Tony falls asleep without finishing his homework, his unruly school tools come to life to get the job done. Pencil and Pen get the story started, along with Eraser, but homewok Fountain Pen joins in, all ink breaks loose! Hardcover32 pages.
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While he sleeps, the pencil, pens, etc. Being by their very nature opposites, the two anthropomorphous objects immediately butt heads.
They can relate to the idea of not wanting to do homework and the illustrations go along with it. Please try again later. Everyone was engaged yorlnks I read it.
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They call each other names like “stupid” and in reading this book with my child I was appalled and though it did open an opportunity for discussion on how to treat people and to speak to each other.
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. This would not be a book to read-aloud to the class, but could be on the shelf for early elementary primary readers. Aug 24, Ruth Ann rated it liked it Shelves: See which new books our editors’ chose as this month’s favorites for kids of all ages. Product details Age Range: It was a cute uorinks story. There is much banter and arguing as each one is critical of the other’s contributions, but gradually everyone’s efforts are melded into a final product.
My 5 yr old sister liked the story. Ships from and sold by Amazon.