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Pinky and Rex and the Perfect Pumpkin By James Howe Melissa Sweet,

  • Title: Pinky and Rex and the Perfect Pumpkin
  • Author: James Howe Melissa Sweet
  • ISBN: 9780689817779
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Rex is invited to go along on the traditional pumpkin picking trip with Pinky s grandparents, she doesn t feel that Pinky s cousin Abby really wants her to be part of the fun.
    Pinky and Rex and the Perfect Pumpkin When Rex is invited to go along on the traditional pumpkin picking trip with Pinky s grandparents she doesn t feel that Pinky s cousin Abby really wants her to be part of the fun

    One thought on “Pinky and Rex and the Perfect Pumpkin”

    1. We ve read several books in the Pinky and Rex series by James Howe and Melissa Sweet and we like the unusual characters and the purposeful challenge to stereotypes.This is a good story that tackles the tough subject of jealousy and apologizing for misbehavior The sad, but true fact is that it is not uncommon for a child in a group of relatives and or friends to get excluded or picked on I like that the grandparents in the story handle the situation with sensitivity, but expect some kind of apolo [...]

    2. I would likely give this book either two and a half or three stars I loved this simple, sweet, aching story I feel that we are fortunate to have someone like James Howe, who is willing and able to create truly meaningful stories with depth, for readers who are just beginning to read The ache of feeling rejected and left out that follows Rex throughout most of this story will settle into the hearts and minds of the readers, and give an extra dimension of subtle power to the words of the book Pink [...]

    3. This book is part of the Pinky and Rex series for beginning readers Students will feel that they re transitioning from picture books to illustrated chapter books I thought the story was well thought out and delivered I liked the illustrations and the theme is something that a lot of kids can relate to jealousy and wanting to be a part of a clique.

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