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More Snacks!: A Thanksgiving Play (Ready-to-Read, Pre-Level 1)

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ebook, 24 pages
Published October 4th 2011 by Simon Spotlight (first published January 1st 2006)
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Naila Moon
This book is essentially a picture book for children who are just learning to read and recognize words. The sentences are short with only 4 words to each sentence. The book is also in rhyme of which the author excels at. The illustrations are large with facially animated ants with pilgrim hats. All these things I liked about the book.

However, I did have a couple of issues with the book. I thought the illustrations essentially looked like the same page with only a tweak to the next. I felt that k
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Katherine Cowley
I think this picture book is hilarious. Some ants put on a parade commemorating the pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving. These ants board a ship, experience the hazards of sea travel, run out of snacks, and finally make it across the ocean to join the first ship of pilgrims. Conveniently, all the conflict between the pilgrims and the Native Americans has already occurred (or perhaps ants don't have conflits). They arrive just in time to meet their new friends (ants wearing cute feather headbands ...more
Christi
I liked how it rhymed and how it said by the story and how the first part started. And how the last part ended and how the end said at the very last page it said, "The end."
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Author of MIGHTY DADS (a NYTimes bestseller, illus by James Dean); LITTLE RED WRITING (illus by Melissa Sweet); the GODDESS GIRLS series (co-author Suzanne Williams); ZERO THE HERO (illus Tom Litchtenheld); and many other books for children. I feel very lucky to be doing what I love.
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