EBOOK NEW (The Day the Crayons Came Home) Ý Drew Daywalt

Oke extended over a whole book like the last but still it made me laugh in places each postcard like the last book but still it made laugh in places each postcard each crayon s story is uniue and funny in its own way and the art is good for both parents and children Kind of ends a little lamely on my opinion as all the multi colored crayons are finally back home and get housed together again we are family etc But the kids are liking that ending better than meBut when I read this to ten year old Henry he thinks I am too harsh Dad It s funny It s good He thinks four starsThe whole family will read all these and I will hereafter not make the review until I get all the ratings and will add final vote for FAVORITE from each family memberFun Yep I have posted on the fridge already the family rating sheetDave 35 starsTara 4 starsHarry 10 35 starsHenry 9 5 starsLyra 8 5 starsSo I decided to bump up my original 3 star rating to a 4 to reflect the family ratingsI should say I rated The Day the Crayons uit 4 stars last year it was one of my top five new illustrated books though I didn t LOVE it I liked it a lot and my kids liked it 5 stars A pile of postcards arrive sent to a small boy from crayons that over holidays days out and garden drawing sessions have been lost Each colour describes their predicament Aimed at young children but my 12 yr old instantly picked it up and said it was great and thought I d taken it out of the library for her to read Funny and beautifully presented One minor downside I hate it when books reinforce negative stereotypes the green crayon says all children hate peas The children I know love vegetables and I don t like children being told this The rest is really good though I totally love these crayon books And ust for the recordI m rooting for Neon Red. Der for the most successful picture book strike” – BCCB starred review  “Jeffers elevates crayon drawing to remarkable heights” – Booklist “Fresh and funny” – The Wall Street Journal This book will have children asking to have it read again and again” – Library Media Connection “This colorful title should make for an uproarious storytime” – School Library Journal starred review  “These memorable personalities will leave readers glancing apprehensively at their own crayon boxes” – Publishers Weekly starred review  “Utterly original” – San Francisco Chronic. ,


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Amusing series but not sure it works for kids Lots of words and a story line that it a little too sophisticated for the pre eight year old set that centers on the calamities that happen to crayons owned By Careless Young Children The Pictures Are careless young children The pictures are great play off kid s crayon drawings but may not be appreciated by eyes looking for crisp edges and bright colors The florescent pink crayon reminded me of how I disliked that crayon when I was younger My four year old cousin Was Bored When I bored when I reading it to her but I wasn tFor excerpts and details on the story see Carmen s excellent reviewhttpswwwgoodreadscomreviewshowI too have a fondness for Esteban the Magnificent formerly known as Pea Green I brought this home to share with my younger sisters though they aren t so young any Oo and we got a few good chuckles out of the hilarious escapades of the crayons Speaking of which why is it always a shade of blue that ends up in the dryer XD The inside okes and illustrations were adorable and I loved the creativity displayed on each page The ending was also sweet and satisfactory Definitely one to share with my little nephews though I m not sure they need any ideas about what to do with crayons XD little nephews though I m not sure they need any ideas about what to do with crayons XD a note there is a little scatological humor involving brown crayon and another that has an unfortunate run in with the dog Drew Daywalt and Oliver Jeffers understand the terrible fate that awaits so many crayons I thought THE DAY THE CRAYONS UIT was fun but this takes it to a whole new level The text is in the form of postcards mostly as the crayons write back to let their owner new that some of them have been lost broken or have simply run away Some were forgotten on vacation or under couches Some have melted in the sun The companion to the #1 blockbuster bestseller The Day the Crayons uit I'm not sure what it is about this kid Duncan but his crayons sure are a colorful bunch of characters Having soothed the hurt feelings of one group who threatened to uit Duncan now faces a whole new group of crayons asking to be rescued From Maroon Crayon who was lost beneath the sofa cushions and then broken in two after Dad sat on him; to poor Turuoise whose head is now stuck to one of Duncan's stinky socks after they both ended up in the dryer together; to Pea Green who knows darn well that no kid likes peas and who ran aw. R suffered terrible fates at the hands of household pets A tad gross a tad bittersweet but always funny all three of my kids ages 10 7 and 3 cannot get enough of this book Duncan gets a stack of postcards in the mail from his disgruntled crayonsThey are writing to him from exotic locations TO DuncanDuncan
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BedroomUpstairsThis HouseDear Not sure if you remember me My name is MAROON CRAYON You only colored with me once to draw a scab but whatever Anyway you LOST me TWO years ago in the couch then your dad SAT on me and ago in the couch then your dad SAT on me and ME IN HALF I never would have survived had PAPERclip not NURSED me to health I m better so come get me And can Paper Clip come too He s really holding me togetherSincerely Your marooned crayonMaroon CrayonWe see a bearded Robinson Crusoe lookin crayon with a happy waving paper clip wrapped around his waist Dear Duncan No one likes peasNo one Winner of the Goodreads Choice Award for Picture Book The Crayon series is indeed a hilarious ride The series had started with a sad news that the crayons are uitting today As we inch further the crayons have decided to come home now Dive straight into this to find out what made them change their minds Just as brilliant and funny as the first bookmaybe even better Such a fun book I have a new favorite crayon His name is Esteban I am reading as I did the last two years all the November nominees for the Goodreads Children s illustrated book award Last year I read Daywalt and Jeffers The Day the Crayons uit and I really liked it This is a seuel and now the crayons are on their way home preceded by mostly vintage postcards to a kid from various places far and near the couch the basement various foreign countries As I saw it it s like one Ay each and every crayon has a woeful tale to tell and a plea to be brought home to the crayon box Drew Daywalt and Oliver Jeffers have combined to create a companion book every bit as funny and kid friendly as the #1 bestselling  The Day the Crayons uitPraise for The Day the Crayons uit The #1  New York Times bestselling phenomenon over 80 weeks on the bestseller listWinner of the EB White Read Aloud Award ’s 2013 Best Picture Book of the Year A Barnes Noble Best Book of 2013 Goodreads’ 2013 Best Picture Book of the Year  “Hilarious Move over Click Clack Moo; we’ve got a new conten. ,

The Day the Crayons Came Home