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Too Many Visitors for One Little House

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The crabby neighbors of El Camino Street are not very happy when the a family on the block moves in and invites a flock of cousins, aunts, uncles, nannies and grannies for a big noisy reunion. Get kids reading -- singing, moving and dancing with the accompanying ebook musical of the book and The MUSICAL/ DANCE VIDEO. A Booksicals encouraging reading through the arts book. ...more
Paperback, 42 pages
Published February 11th 2009 by Booksurge Publishing
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Jane Maritz
Jul 12, 2009 rated it it was amazing
After I'd requested some books for review, I was a little nervous. What if we hated the books? Of course we'd be honest, but I don't LIKE giving negative feedback.

Didn't need to worry about this first book, though! Let's take a look at Esmé's (27 months) reaction after I gave her the packaged book to open.

"Dis MY book! I read it!" She started looking through the fun illustrations, fascinated. "Read dis to me, Mommy?"

I got through a few pages. "Monkeys! I get m
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Cheryl Malandrinos
Jul 06, 2009 rated it it was amazing
You'll find a funny and delightful story of offbeat neighbors making a big splash when they move into a quiet community in "Too Many Visitors for One Little House" by Susan Chodakiewitz.

The neighbors of El Camino Street don't seem to like anything: pets, kids, or big families. They hate babies, huggy-kissy families and music. So when the new neighbors move in, they are not happy at all. They pull up in a huge camper and out comes teens with tons of stuff, grown-ups, a toddler, grandp
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Wrighty
Sep 10, 2009 rated it really liked it
The crabby neighbors of El Camino can’t bear all the music, fun and laughter at the house of the new family on the block as aunts, uncles, cousins and grannies arrive for a big noisy reunion. Too Many Visitors for One Little House is a joyful story about the importance of being included..


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This was an adorable children’s book with charming illustrations. The house filled with relatives reminded me of the upcoming holidays and how my own family will be getti
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Diana
May 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing

The book begins with an introduction of family members who are new to El Camino Street. There's a mom and dad, three kids and a fish. Let's add some teenage cousins, a toddler, Grandma and Grandpa, Aunts and Uncles, a baby, Nanny and a dog! With the pinching of cheeks because Greeks do that as well, I knew I was comfortable and at home with a good read!

Too Many Visitors for One Little House is a fun, loving picture book. Being a piano teacher, I was happy to see so many talented fami
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Gaby
Nov 12, 2009 rated it liked it
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With brightly colored illustrations by Veronica Walsh and story by Susan Chodakiewitz, Too Many Visitors For One Little House will surely charm kids.

The story begins with the neighbors of El Camino Street who are comfortable and set in their ways. They don't like pets, kids, big families, noise and disruptions. So when the young family with three kids and a fish move in, the neighbors watch out for trouble. Their worst fears are realized when a large camper pulls up next to the littl
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Farrah
Jul 27, 2009 rated it liked it
Cute book with fun illustrations done by Veronica Walsh. The kids and I enjoyed reading this fun story about neighbors who were disgruntled mainly because they felt left out. The book held my 3 year old’s attention, made my 8 year old laugh, and taught my 9 year old that people don’t like to be left out. My 9 year old even wrote her first book review on her blog at Ladybug Lane (http://ladybug.tbfreviews.net).
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I am writer, composer, and producer and the author of 4 children's picture books---My picture books Too Many Visitors for One Little House, Mr. Snoozle's Exquisite Eggs, Wobegon and Mildred are also musicals. My newest book- Master Davey and the Magic Tea House was written in collaboration with Tea Master David De Candia, Tea Master for The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. Learning about tea, travelling ...more