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A Very Full Morning

3.16 of 5 stars 3.16  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Little Tooth is so nervous, she can hardly fall asleep. Tomorrow is her very first day of school! Tomorrow will be a day full of new experiences and surprises.

Tomorrow will be a very full morning!

Eva Montanari’s beautiful illustrations and sunset-wattage colors bring this story of the first day of school to life. Kids will sigh with relief to know that even a teacher gets
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published August 14th 2006 by HMH Books for Young Readers
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Ok, so from other peoples reviews I could see a trend in people saying that they did not like the book, that it had an unexpected twist at the end, and it seemed as if it just over left every aged reader confused.
I don't have the same opinion about this book at all. I think that this would be a good book to read aloud during the first week of school. This book could be used as a think aloud story. I think that this would help the children associate and follow the story in order for the children
Gina Starling

This is a book that I would read on the very first day of school to help my students identify and relax.

"Little Tooth is so nervous, she can hardly fall asleep. Tomorrow is her very first day of school! Tomorrow will be a day full of new experiences and surprises."
Rebecca Dean
While this book showed there is nothing to be afraid of about school, I did not like it. I felt the story was to boring for little children to follow and I had to read some pages over myself. The illustrations did not catch my eye either.
The illustrations are done in interesting skewed perspectives, with curving halls, POV from above, etc. The rabbit characters have extremely long, skinny ears. Cute story with slightly twist ending.
Sadly this book had little point to it. Neither daughter nor I were impressed. A bummer too because we like several other books by the same author.
Sweet, with an unexpected twist (or maybe I am just not clever enough to figure out twists in children's books, ha)
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