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Everyone is excited to stay up all night at the pajama party. But after pizza, movies, dancing, and ghost stories, it's hard to stay awake!
Paperback, 32 pages
Published April 13th 1998 by Penguin Young Readers
(first published April 1st 1998)
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Good starter book for girls just getting into reading. It is a "All Aboard Reading" selection, recommended for preschool-Grade 1. It is much more advanced than the "Dick, Jane, Sally, See Spot Run books of my first grade. Great to see books of this type being introduced to the tykes!
Sep 17, 2012 Emorie rated it 4 of 5 stars
This is a cute book for little girls! This book reminded me of my younger days, and it made me smile. This book was an easy read and it reminded me of a poem; a lot of the words rhymed. This book also underlined the word "uh-oh," possibly to show that it may look like an unusual word to early learners.
This book is about a girl who is having a slumber party with her friends. At her slumber party her mom makes pizza, the dance and sing, the paint each others nails, and they all decide they will stay up all night. This book could be used with developing readers.
This is one of my favorite books from when I was a little girl! This Level 1 book is great for Preschool through First Grade children. It is a really cute story about a slumber party, and is perfect for little girls.
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.More about Joan Holub...