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eBook The car washing street (Reads core story selection) epub

by John Ward,Denise Lewis Patrick

eBook The car washing street (Reads core story selection) epub
  • ISBN: 0590543490
  • Author: John Ward,Denise Lewis Patrick
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.; 1st Edition edition (1993)
  • ePUB size: 1178 kb
  • FB2 size 1859 kb
  • Formats azw mobi docx mbr


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Car washing street could be any city street neighborhood in the world

Car washing street could be any city street neighborhood in the world. However, this street has neighbors that know each other and care about each other. This is a street that people take care of their homes and the property the live in. There is no graffiti or trash. Second the story reminds me of NYC during a hot summer day. Very interesting and engaging for children. The books age is pot on 4-7 is the sweet spot for child to read and understand.

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The car washing street (Reads core story selection). Excellent job by Denise and another excellently written book. by Linda B. Gambrell. I know the author's son personally and can say that this book is definitely written after him. He is a trouble maker at birth and remains such throughout his life. Within the context of the book, Denise is very descriptive but not descriptive enough so as to confuse any of the children reading the books.

The car was later spotted by police in the Church area and pursued by officers to the Lonsdale Street area of Accrington where a stinger was deployed to bring the vehicle to a stop.

Every Saturday, there is a car wash on Matthew's block, and on the hottest day, all the neighbors and cars and water together make for a very special day. By the author of Red Dancing Shoes.
Comments: (3)
Purestone
Car washing street could be any city street neighborhood in the world. However, this street has neighbors that know each other and care about each other. This is a street that people take care of their homes and the property the live in. There is no graffiti or trash. Kids play. There is no drive-by shootings.

Does this street really exist in our world today? The answer to that is, it depends.

Whatever the case, I would not mind living on this street. Every Saturday I would sit out with the main character of, Matthew, and enjoy watching the neighbors as they clean their cars. I would enjoy the music and the laughter.

This is about a street that at very least, used to exist but for the most part, no longer does. That to me is a bit sad. This book reminds me of those times when life was just simple and people enjoyed each other. It is a memory of not too long ago. It is nostalgia.

This is a book that kids need to read and maybe someday the world can just turn back to simplicity again because they did.

5 stars.

Disclosure: I bought a copy of this book for my own collections. The views expressed here are 100% my own and may differ from yours. ~Naila Moon
ME
An excellent children's book!!! First the illustration's are incredible. Second the story reminds me of NYC during a hot summer day. Very interesting and engaging for children. The books age is pot on 4-7 is the sweet spot for child to read and understand. The Car Washing Street is a fun book too! I would recommend to children and parents to read!
Lonesome Orange Kid
I know the author's son personally and can say that this book is definitely written after him. He is a trouble maker at birth and remains such throughout his life. Within the context of the book, Denise is very descriptive but not descriptive enough so as to confuse any of the children reading the books. Excellent job by Denise and another excellently written book.
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