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Tip and Tucker Hide and Squeak
Meet Tip and Tucker! These hamsters are best friends and like to stick together. But while little Tip is sometimes nervous about new situations, Tucker likes to explore and see new things. Everything changes when Mr. Lopez purchases them from the pet store and takes them to his classroom. In Hide and Squeak, Tip gets loose from their cage and lost in the school. Will Tucke ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published August 15th 2019 by Sleeping Bear Press
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Aug 31, 2019 Barbara rated it liked it
Perfect for beginning readers, this series continues the adventures of two very different hamsters. Mr. Lopez has bought them as class pets, and he has a list of rules for his students to follow when they are near the hamsters. When he forgets to make sure the cage door is shut securely, Tip slips out, and has quite an adventure before the school custodian finally finds him. Tucker also follows Tip's lead and goes in search of his friend. It's a good thing that Mr. Finch is such a nice man who t ...more
This book was a gift to me from my BFF, the authors cousin, for our grandson Jackson who turned 3 today! He loved it! He followed along very focussed. He loved the hamsters and their adventures. He particularly loves to laugh and notice when Tips tail and butt are poking out of the igloo. Great read and has been and will be read over and over!!!
I haven’t read the first in the series of Tip and Tucker books, but this one follows the wild ride of two hamsters who get lost in school. The book is marketed as a Grades K-1 reader. This would be good for a very advanced Kindergartner; I have a 2nd grader who is a very good reader who can read this book without assistance. I do not think she would have accomplished this feat two years ago. I do appreciate that the story line is far more complex than most early/Level 1 readers.
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