[EPUB] ✼ What! Cried Granny: An Almost Bedtime Story (Picture Puffins) By Kate Lum – Horse-zine.co.uk

What! Cried Granny: An Almost Bedtime Story (Picture Puffins) chapter 1 What! Cried Granny: An Almost Bedtime Story (Picture Puffins), meaning What! Cried Granny: An Almost Bedtime Story (Picture Puffins), genre What! Cried Granny: An Almost Bedtime Story (Picture Puffins), book cover What! Cried Granny: An Almost Bedtime Story (Picture Puffins), flies What! Cried Granny: An Almost Bedtime Story (Picture Puffins), What! Cried Granny: An Almost Bedtime Story (Picture Puffins) 16e0c5e647c03 It S Patrick S First Sleep Over At His Granny S, But What Is That Boy To Do When He Can T Go To Bed Because Something Is Missing And What Will His Granny Do When She Discovers The Missing Something Is A Bed, And A Pillow, And A Blanketand With Her Ladylike Purse Slung Over One Arm And A Loaded Toolbox Over The Other, This Amazingly Resourceful Granny In A Whirlwind Of Dusk To Dawn Activity Proves She Can Do Whatever It Takes And Does She Finally Get Patrick Tucked In Well, That S Another Story Taken To Delightfully Silly Extremes, This Wickedly Daffy Stalling At Bedtime Romp Contains Scenes That Exhausted Whatever It Takes Adults Will Recognize And Every Almost Ready For Bed Kid Will Wish For What Cried Granny Marks The Impressive Debut Of Two Exciting New Talents Kate Lum Drew On Her Own Experiences As A Cajoling Parent To Create This Innovative Not Quite Bedtime Story Adrian Johnson S Is Inspired By His Interest In The Graphic Designs Of The S And S


10 thoughts on “What! Cried Granny: An Almost Bedtime Story (Picture Puffins)

  1. says:

    This almost bedtime story is adorable I read it to my son for the first time tonight, and he started giggling through it The illustrations are interactive and vivid, and the story is a snowball of comical events that parents and grandparents can definitely relate to The story is just long enough to engage young readers and there is a very cute, timely ending to the story I look forward to reading books from this author to my children Thank you, Kate


  2. says:

    I gave this book a full five stars because of it s fun, upbeat, and predictable storyline that young children can easily follow This book will keep children interested and can be read to children as young as 4 years old all the way up to about 6 In this book the Grandmother cries, What Every time her grandson Patrick comes with another excuse why he can t go to bed This book is especially good for Teachers looking for a book for circle time or large group time This book is repetitive, easy to remember, and in sequential order Children can follow this book step by step and fall in love with characters Granny and Patrick.


  3. says:

    My grandson LOVES this almost bedtime story and insists every time that I add the outlandish voices I have created for Patrick and Granny The style of this book, in the way it hits a crescendo with all of Granny s busyness and then lands the listener softly when morning comes, is brilliant It s the perfect ending for a snuggly bedtime story The illustrations make it even funnier Bravo to Kate Lum and Adrian Johnson And thanks to my sister for sending me this book She knew I d love it.


  4. says:

    What is a great book for a child who is starting to do sleep overs Children can predict the sequence of events in the story due to the repetitive phrases The story introduces social studies lessons of how things are made.


  5. says:

    Entertaining and keeps children involved Age appropriate drawings words Good vocabulary A lot of repetition with a simple concept.


  6. says:

    bahahahahahahahahahahahaha.


  7. says:

    One of my all time favorite read alouds The kids love this book.


  8. says:

    Funny for older 4 year olds through age 6.


  9. says:

    Summary The young boy, Patrick, was having his very first sleepover at his grandma s house His grandma told him it would get dark soon, so he needed to start getting ready to go to bed, but Patrick told his grandma he did not have a bed at the house So his grandma went out and made a bed for him, then he realized that he did not have a pillow there His grandma went out and collected feathers to make a pillow This process continued, because Patrick did not have anything as his grandma s house and she kept going out and making everything for him Eventually, Patrick had all the things he needed to go to bed, but then he couldn t, because after all that time, it was now the morning Possible Lessons 1 Be thankful for what you do have.2 Respect your elders.3 There is always time to be silly.


  10. says:

    This book is so silly I love, love, love this book Iit related children to their grandmothers and everything that that special person would do for them It feels like it could be a heart felt moment for some children, as it was for me Because regardless of any situation, those special people who really loves us are willing to step outside their boundaries just to satisfy us.


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