But if he could just change the clocks, build a time machine, or make this book move faster, he could go camping NOW. Of course, Stewart's parents know that good things come to those who wait — and eventually Stewart will learn that, too. In this hilarious follow-up to This Monster Needs a Haircut , Bethany Barton channels her inner preschooler and shows readers that even the most exuberant, enthusiastic, in-the-moment monsters can be persuaded to wait.
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A good choice for reluctant readers.
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He turns pages, he rips pages and all it gets him is a stint in time-out. Before our first family trip to Walt Disney World, we read guide books together and had quizzes and countdowns and special games to pass the time while waiting and now it almost feels like the countdowns are part of the overall trip experience.
If only he had a flux capacitor and 1. She has a really cute Stewart puppet that accompanies her to appearances.
I really like the way the characters and even the story text interact with the book and, by proxy, the reader. Most of the pictures are against a white page background, but the last two pages, when Stewart finally makes it to his camping trip, are colorful full page illustrations. It sends the message of how special the camping trip actually was and provides a really good conclusion to the story.source url
This would be an excellent book for kids anticipating a big vacation of their own. And what did we learn? Wonderful lesson to learn!
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