4 edition of Dont Touch This Book! found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
nodata File Size: 9MB.
Amanda tells herself she can deal with Jack's curiosity, although her attraction to him is unnerving. There's no white light at the end of a tunnel.
Larry the purple monster is back, this time with his own book which is cleverly displayed within the book itself; I liked the page where he was holding open the book, which showed a picture of him holding open the book, which showed a picture of him holding open the book, etc. Then assign Dont Touch This Book! to sit at tables in groups and give them a big piece of paper with crayons.
Each group has to decide on what they will draw and then have to share supplies and ideas to create the image.
The very beginning was a touch generic, and when I first began to read, I remember feeling my attention drifting. It was so adorable how excited he was! The beautiful wife of a successful Chilean architect courageously confronts her illness, mastectomy, and treatment while recording her thoughts and experiences in her journal.
He has both of these memorized already and wants to read them all the time. I recommend that every home library, pre-school classroom and kindergarten have a copy of this book and its predecessor. It only took a few chapters, though, for me to be completely sucked in and fall in love with both the writing and the story itself.
but don't forget to follow Larry's instructions! Larry is a loveable monster, but he has trouble sharing.
Caddie desperately wants to play Ophelia, but if she does, she'll have to touch Peter.
", and of course as soon as you drag one finger on the page magic happens, because that's what happens with good books, you touch them and magic happens.