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Jellybeans Morning, Noon & Night

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“Jellybeans Morning, Noon and Night,” is about two brothers who share a love of jellybeans! No matter what the flavor, those boys just love jellybeans—all of them. If they had it their way, they would eat jellybeans for breakfast, jellybeans for lunch, and jellybeans for dinner. And that’s exactly what they plan to do! It is a brilliant plan, isn’t it?
Hardcover, 50 pages
Published December 1st 2011 by Pinwheel Publishing LLC
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Renee
Sep 10, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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My son (6) and I reviewed this book for Mother Daughter Book Reviews. Here are our thoughts:

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I like the pictures a lot. I liked how there was a picture of one real thing in all of the drawings. The one that had the glass of orange juice was the coolest. I also liked the pictures of the real jellybeans. The main characters are two young boys, Matthew and Andrew and they would like to eat jellybeans all the time. They were very smart to come up with a good plan to fool their Mom. But their
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Shannon McGee
Apr 08, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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A truly scrumptious book with a thought that will delight jellybean lovers. Two brothers have a creative idea on how they can bring mom around to the idea of having jellybeans for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The art in the book is stunning. Made with colors not just for around Easter when jellybeans are most popular but designed for everyday story.

These two little boys come up with a smart idea for their mom to let them eat jellybeans. The Mother of course says “ If I don’t eat jellybeans, morn
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Vera Godley
Feb 06, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Just looking at the cover of this bright, delightfully illustrated book and seeing the expressions on the faces of the three children who are the inventive characters of the story Jellybeans Morning Noon & Night simply draws you into its pages in anticipation of a rollicking time with the kids.

Now the two boys simply love jellybeans and they enlist their cousin to help them convince their mother that they can have them to eat morning, noon, and night. The plan is devious for certain. The kid
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Wendy
Mar 13, 2013 rated it it was amazing
A story about 2 little boys who loved jellybeans more than anything and wanted to eat them morning, noon and night, but of course Mom always said no. They come up with a plan to get their way, you'll have to read to see if the plan worked.

This is a cute book with bright colors and at the same time, as you are reading the story, you get to hunt for the "good eggs" throughout the book. A great way to read your child or grandchild to sleep, they will be dreaming about what else, jellybeans of cours
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Dawn Kieser
Jan 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This is delightful children's story. The pictures are bright and colorful and very appealing to children. The story is simple but one children can relate to. I am thrilled that I won this picture book from Goodreads and I can't wait to share it with my granddaughter.
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Author Maggie Pajak first told the story of a boy and his love for jellybeans to her then 2 and a half year old son Matthew. Her husband was deployed in Iraq at the time and this story was the bribe that got her son to sleep in his own bed at night. Sleep was hard to come by as it was. Having a two year old rolling around all night in her bed didn’t exactly bring a restful night either. Long story ...more
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