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eBook Can You Make a Scary Face? epub

by Jan Thomas

eBook Can You Make a Scary Face? epub
  • ISBN: 1416985816
  • Author: Jan Thomas
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Holidays & Celebrations
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Beach Lane Books; Repackage ed. edition (August 4, 2009)
  • Pages: 40 pages
  • ePUB size: 1688 kb
  • FB2 size 1719 kb
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Could you make a scary face to frighten it away? . We first enjoyed Jan's book Dog House at our local library. When I purchased several books for our own library including Can You Make a Scary Face, my preschoolers were delighted. I read this first to a group of 3-4 yr olds.

Could you make a scary face to frighten it away? O. so they did and on we went through the book following the directions with no input from me other than reading the words. The expressions and faces they made were so funny I giggled with them. When we finished, they asked me to read it again! The following day, I read it to a group of 4-5 year olds.

Could you make a scary face to frighten it away? Or, even better, stand up and do the chicken dance? . Jan Thomas, you are amazing and I love this book. And many of your other books.

Jan Thomas, you are amazing and I love this book.

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Could you make a scary face to frighten it away? . Jan Thomas’ picture-book career started when she was sitting on the couch with her son, trying to interest him in a picture book.

Jan Thomas’ picture-book career started when she was sitting on the couch with her son, trying to interest him in a picture book. He wasn’t interested. Jan got out a sketchpad and wrote and illustrated a simple story. It seemed to do the trick.

What kind of a face would you make if a tickly green bug were sitting on your nose? Or if it were-eek!-inside your shirt? Could you make a scary face to frighten i. .

Then we colored "giant hungry frog" finger puppets for pretend play.

Thomas's digital graphics feature eye-popping colors and heavy black outlines; despite the simplicity of her shapes, she squeezes prodigiously clear expressions out of her character. Author: Jan Thomas Series: Episodes, Episode 13 Genre: JUVENILE FICTION Publisher: Beach Lane Books Publication Year: 2009 ASIN: 1416985816 ISBN: 1416985816

Could you make a scary face to frighten it away? Or, even better, stand up and do the chicken dance? Yes? Then better get to it! This exuberant, interactive picture book star. Author: Jan Thomas Series: Episodes, Episode 13 Genre: JUVENILE FICTION Publisher: Beach Lane Books Publication Year: 2009 ASIN: 1416985816 ISBN: 1416985816.

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What kind of a face would you make if a tickly green bug were sitting on your nose? Or if it were—eek!—inside your shirt? Could you make a scary face to frighten it away? Or, even better, stand up and do the chicken dance? Yes? Then better get to it! This exuberant, interactive picture book starring a bossy little ladybug and a GIANT hungry frog will have kids leaping up and down and out of their seats to dance and make silly scary faces of their own.
Comments: (7)
Vuzahn
We first enjoyed Jan's book Dog House at our local library. When I purchased several books for our own library including Can You Make a Scary Face, my preschoolers were delighted. I read this first to a group of 3-4 yr olds. The first page says to stand up....so they did and on we went through the book following the directions with no input from me other than reading the words. The expressions and faces they made were so funny I giggled with them. When we finished, they asked me to read it again! The following day, I read it to a group of 4-5 year olds. They did the same thing as the younger group! What a riot! LOVE LOVE LOVE it!
Mautaxe
At first, the book was a bit advanced for a just-two year old but he is smart and caught on quickly He now loves the interactive component to the book. It has helped him to improve his vocabulary and his ability to follow directions. Highly recommended
Venemarr
My 3 and 5-year old kids LOVE Jan Thomas books. This one is by far their favorite. They've since memorized all of the words so that they can take turns "reading" it to me. As a family, we all do the actions as the kids are reading. It's a fun family book.
Contancia
This is a very cute book for younger children, that gives them a chance for a little pretend and a little physical play. My 3 year old grandson liked it very much, and enjoys making scary faces at the book.
Ndlaitha
I bought this 4 years ago for my then 3 year old. He now reads it to his younger brother and they still laugh as they read it. This is a wonderful book. My kindergartener brings it to school for the teacher to read to the class and they all follow the instructions in the book and have a great time.
Fog
Just as advertised
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I just read this to some children a t a birthday party and they loved it. It is a simple book with simple directions that the children have to follow and we had a lot of giggles getting through the reading. Lot's of fun.
We have read almost all of Jan Thomas's picture books, and own many of them. My son loves them and he thinks they are hilarious! (I do too!) This, however, is a disappointment. There is no story. The ladybug calls out instructions to the reader, like stand up! sit down! and then it asks the reader to imagine that the reader has swallowed a bug, to spit it out, do the chicken dance, etc. It might be fun if you were reading this book to a classroom full of kids, who might enjoy standing up, jumping up and down, according to the ladybug's instructions. It is totally lost on a child who is getting a book read to him a) at a quiet library or b) at bedtime. My 3 year old was on my lap and of course couldn't jump up and down, and he was also a little confused as to why he was asked to do these things.

The worst part is at the end the ladybug asks the reader to make a scary face to scare away the frog, and then they all run away because the reader's face is too scary! My son laughed half-heartedly, but when story time was over he asked me to bring the book with me and take it away. And he never asked for it again. He was afraid of the "scary face" too.

I wish I had previewed this book at the library before buying it, so I could have avoided buying it.

Jan Thomas has a lot of books that are far far better. Our favorites are: Rhyming dust bunnies. Are you ready for some fun? Let's sing a lullaby for the brave cowboy. Pumpkin trouble. The Doghouse.
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