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And Everyone Shouted, "Pull!"

3.42 of 5 stars 3.42  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Learn about forces and motion as you join the farm animals on their trip to the market. The wheels on their cart help when they push, pull and stop on their journey.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by Picture Window Books (first published October 25th 2001)
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Ashley Correll
This book was very adorable. It was about a group of farm animals going to the market. The center focus of the book is forces and motion. Throughout the entire story there is a donkey pulling a wagon full of food to go sell at the market. At teh end of the story it has useful vocabulary words related to force and motion and also some very cool science facts! This book would be great for second grade students!
Julia Jasztal
Mommy's review from 10/12/11 -

It definitely is a cute book and it's very simple so a child will be able to understand what the author is trying to show. We'd have liked it more had we gotten it awhile ago though. At 6 years old Julia's past this sort of thing but it was still fun to read.
It's a fast one and the illustrations are clean, bright and simple as well.
Feb 11, 2011 Jackie rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2011
I had to order this book for a customer. I was drawn to it because I used to be an Engineer major in college, and I *never* saw things like this as a was neat, very simplistic, but a great start for children.

I doubt I could interest any of my friends to reading it, so I don't think I could recommend it to any of them.
Lovely book!

I read this to my first and second graders in the midst of our science unit on force and motion, and they LOVED THIS. We were able to review lots of our concepts, like force, push and pull, gravity, and work. They were dying laughing at the storyline as well!

I'll definitely remember this for the future. :)
Hatka Prozorac
This book is And Everyone Shouted, "Pull!" by Claire Llewellyn. This book can be used in Kindergarten to 2 grade classrooms. This book can be used for lessons on motion. This book focuses on forces, pushes, and pulls. The text within the book can be used on lessons for sentence structure.
This is a great book for teaching motion. It covers forces such as push and pull. It is great for early readers. Students who like farm stories would possibly enjoy it.
This book was super cute. I loved the kid donkey and the dog, but the pig I wanted to turn into bacon.

It really does a good job of explaining forces to younger kids.
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