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If You Give a Pig a Pancake by Laura Joffe Numeroff
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Jul 07, 12

really liked it
bookshelves: books-and-the-kitchen, good-deeds, humor, language-and-literacy, repetition
Read in July, 2012

It all starts when a young girl give a pesky little pig a pancake. The next thing you know, syrup, bath time, bubbles, toy ducks and a visit to a farm ensue. Tap shoes are found, and then costumes and music are required. Music plays and cameras come out resulting in many photos to be mailed off to friends. Passing the trees, a tree house needs to be built, which of course must be well appointed. This requires glue which reminds folks of being sticky which leads back to syrup and pancakes.

Learning extension: This might be a fun activity to do in circle before breakfast when pancakes are served. Children could make up a story. The teacher might start it off, then pass it to the next student.
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