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Richard Was a Picker By Carolyn Beck Ben Hodson,

  • Title: Richard Was a Picker
  • Author: Carolyn Beck Ben Hodson
  • ISBN: 9781554690886
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Richard picks his nose, until one day he discovers the perils of his habit When his finger gets stuck up his nose, Richard panics Then his nose sucks up his arm Before he knows it, all of him slides up his nose Richard has become a giant booger He propels his booger ball self out of his house But as he rolls down the sidewalk things get worse, way worse Soon the whoRichard picks his nose, until one day he discovers the perils of his habit When his finger gets stuck up his nose, Richard panics Then his nose sucks up his arm Before he knows it, all of him slides up his nose Richard has become a giant booger He propels his booger ball self out of his house But as he rolls down the sidewalk things get worse, way worse Soon the whole town is chasing after him and jabbing at him Will Richard be poked to pieces With some quick thinking and a little luck, Richard avoids a terrible end.
    Richard Was a Picker Richard picks his nose until one day he discovers the perils of his habit When his finger gets stuck up his nose Richard panics Then his nose sucks up his arm Before he knows it all of him slides u

    One thought on “Richard Was a Picker”

    1. One word Gross.If that s your thing, then you might like the book But even as a mom of two boys, I found this book a bit over the type in the snot arena.

    2. When my older child was about eight years old, I suffered through reading How to Eat Fried Worms with him He, of course, thoroughly enjoyed it but it s a book that inspires a parent s gag reflex Richard was a Picker will stimulate that same instinct among adults It s the story of a boy who picks his nose until one day, his hand, then his arm, then his whole body gets sucked up his nose and he becomes a sticky ball of snot Richard quickly devises a plan that requires getting to a local store, but [...]

    3. Ages 3 8 I was sorta hoping for a Noses are not for picking message to share with my son nicknamed booger breath It was a really weird book second one of the day About a boy going inside out by picking deeply that his finger,arm, body gets sucked inside and he actually becomes a booger blob Lots of grossness for kids that like that sort of thing It was a Walter the Farting Dog sort of book.

    4. Rhymes are fun Some of the booger descriptions at the beginning of the book had me nearly gagging The pace of the book picks up when the boy is flipped inside out and the book resolves very nicely when the reader sees Richard knew just where to go to fix his sticky, slimy situation I wouldn t choose to read it again.

    5. This book illustration is amazing I choose this specific book because of how relatable it is for grades K 2 This book teaches a funny version of how picking your nose can become a habit This book also has great rhyming words that kids can pick out I think children will find this book very funny and enjoyable Again, the colors and illustrations are well done throughout the book.

    6. An odd cautionary tale in which nose picking Richard finds his entire self sucked up into his nostrils and becoming a huge booger Kids will shriek over the grosserie and rhyming stories are always a hit, but this didn t appeal to me personally.

    7. Simple, but funny, beautiful illustrations and a moral Yes a little bit gross, but I think that the kind of different story gross and funny that can make a little boy love reading, so if it can achieve that well done

    8. I would like to meet this Carolyn Beck I read her book, A Waiting Dog It is crazy So is this one.I thought my class would love it They seem to be well indoctrinated about what is and isn t appropriate at school They thought this one was a little too crazy for their taste.Darn kids.

    9. This book was totally gross But was a great book My 5 year old son loved this book and we both laughed throughout the book

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