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Pickles in My Soup

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Rookie Readers RM have provided entertaining, high-quality introductions to reading for more than a generation. Each title features full-color, often hilarious illustrations and engaging stories that always involve a young child figuring out concepts or solving problems on his or her own. Every new title contains a Word List and a color-coded reading-level key on the back ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published January 21st 2008 by Children's Press(CT) (first published September 1st 1999)
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Jamie
Feb 14, 2012 rated it liked it
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This book was disgusting. Yet amusing at the same time. some of the most off-the-wall food combinations involving pickles. Some actually made my stomach churn for real. Others were fun when I saw my younger brother say 'gross' or make a dirty face. So we got a few laughs too. Although I do not think we will be eating pickles anytime soon.
Amy Brown
Girl loves pickles with all kinds of food. Good book to introduce different words relating to food. AR 2.2 The AR listing is so high because of the different types of food listed which are multiple syllable words. Rookie Reader Level B
Steve
Jul 23, 2011 rated it really liked it
I like this book because it provoke, "yeck", and a discussion of food tastes and how they change. And too much of a good thing turns to yeck. I also like the illustration where the dog is laying on the ground, waiting for drips of ice creme.
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Jul 24, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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rookie reader early reading book teaching the ability to recognize high frequency words
현순 최
Dec 20, 2013 rated it liked it
It's very short story, but children can learn the words, "slice, slap, top, dip, on, in, with. They enjoy doing food game by using these words.
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May 18, 2009 added it  ·  review of another edition
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Sep 15, 2013 rated it it was amazing
My sister has already read this book. We both love this book. :)
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Jasmine said, "I like pickles but not in my soup." :)
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Mary E. Pearson is the NYT bestselling and award-winning author of eleven YA novels and one novella. Her works include the completed trilogy, The Remnant Chronicles, which in a starred review, Publisher’s Weekly called “masterfully crafted.” Her favorite activities as a child were climbing tall trees imagining she was a hero in some fantastical world, or running along fence tops and roofs pretendi ...more
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