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it was amazing
I loved this book. Really, really loved it. What a perfect ending. And, such an accessible story. I plan to use it when I do my mini-lesson on ending your story. (I teach second grade.) Endings are so hard to get right and this will be an excellent example.
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Last school year Sloane stayed home sick with her Daddy. It was about January of 2010. Anyway, she got bored, but had to be still. So, she reread Little Pea and decided to write a book for me. She called it Tiny Corn
Clever idea for a story…and well-executed! The text is concise, and the illustrations are adorable. However, we’re going to try to avoid the eat-your-supper-and-get-dessert thing with our children because we believe that rule made us develop some not-so-healthy habits with dessert. So seeing as how that’s the crux of this story, I don’t foresee us purchasing this book or getting it from the library again. But that’s just our own personal hang-up with it. It really is a great little story!