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The Story of Red Rubber Ball

3.42  ·  Rating Details ·  31 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
One little, red rubber ball sits all alone while the rest of the world seems to go on about its business. Bees buzz, birds fly, squirrels hoard, but no one pays the little toy any lasting attention. At least, not at first.

Lee Bennett Hopkins Award winner Constance Levy has created subtle, infectious verse that tells the story of a small thing that makes a big difference. H
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Hardcover, 32 pages
Published May 1st 2004 by HMH Books for Young Readers
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Christine Turner
Dec 05, 2013 Christine Turner rated it liked it
Shelves: dog, squirrel, shapes
One little, red rubber ball sits all alone while the rest of the world seems to go on about its business. Bees buzz, birds fly, squirrels hoard, but no one pays the little toy any lasting attention. At least, not at first. Lee Bennett Hopkins Award winner Constance Levy has created subtle, infectious verse that tells the story of a small thing that makes a big difference. Hiroe Nakata paints a bustling world where animals play, the sun rises and sets, and children make friends. Rich with ...more
Alice
Jan 16, 2014 Alice rated it liked it
3.5 Stars I wasn't sure about this book. By the end I was starting to feel REALLY bad for the ball...and then the magical page came...and I smiled...and it was happy ending! Good one with very nice artwork!!
Heidi-Marie
I'm supposed to feel bad about a red rubber ball? I have mixed feelings about that. The pictures were interesting. Lots to look at in a lap-read. The squirrel made me laugh. Overall, I think "odd." But if you like happy endings, then this book is fine.
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