Pete's Party

Pete s Party There s a party at Pete s and Jack and Gabriella are invited How will they get there They ll follow the signs straight to Pete s party

  • Title: Pete's Party
  • Author: Jon Scieszka David Shannon Loren Long
  • ISBN: 9781416941385
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • There s a party at Pete s, and Jack and Gabriella are invited How will they get there They ll follow the signs, straight to Pete s party

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    1. I am totally excited for Jon Scieszka Truck town series for my 2 year old. That said, I read this to my 6 year old and while I like the idea behind the road signs being the main story writing, I really had to explain about the signs to my child so it really didn't translate that smoothly into reading a story to her IMO.BUT a definite fun underlying story for kids.

    2. We've read a few of the books in this series, and they are fun books for children. But this one just didn't flow well and the narrative based on road signs was awkward and not that conducive to reading aloud. This one is probably better for beginning readers, reading to themselves.

    3. My boys love this book. Jon Scieszka's Trucktown series is great for truck loving kids. Eventhough they can't read yet, they are looking at the signs and "reading" all the signs to get to Pete's Party. A quick read aloud, but fun to watch them "reading" to themselves even at 2 years old.

    4. My boys love this book. Jon Scieszka's Trucktown series is great for truck loving kids. Eventhough they can't read yet, they are looking at the signs and "reading" all the signs to get to Pete's Party. A quick read aloud, but fun to watch them "reading" to themselves even at 2 years old.

    5. "Do you want an ice cream? Do you want an ice cream? Do you want an ice cream?" so say Izzy Ice Cream Truck and Ian. The best part of the entire book.

    6. Again, very cute for car enthusiasts of a young age. I liked the parts where they were unsure of where to go and the part at the end.

    7. Another beginning reading book with very minimal story. Asher (4 years old) really loved this book and didn't mind sounding out words from it.It's all about the illustrations!

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