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When a Monster Is Born by Sean  Taylor
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Jun 02, 12

bookshelves: fiction, 3-6, read-aloud, public-library, monsters, repetition, humorous, choice, mathematics
Read on June 02, 2012, read count: 1

Fritz picked this out from the library the other evening.

Fritz & His Monster Book

This is a cute book. I read it with Fritz this evening.

It's one of those repetitious books, somewhat in the style of If You Give a Mouse a Cookie . . .. Instead of if-then statements, this book presents "two possibilities". Fritz tried his best to pronounce that each time. What a trooper!

If the first choice, well, that was that. But if the second (and it always was), then a new scenario presented itself, which of course, would lead to two new possibilities.

Really, this was just fun!

The illustrations were fantastic!

Why tagged "mathematics"? Because this book would be a perfect book to create a concept map / stem-leaf chart.

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