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Won't Somebody Play With Me? review á 104 Are many interesting things in this book isbn 9780140547290: format. There are very few children s books that I would rate as one star but this is definitely one I was reading it to Lucy and it was cute and fun and then the little girl gets mad at her friends and imagines hurting them in various ways with pictures to match rolling over one with a cement truck is the one I remember most clearly Uggh I think Steven Kellogg is great but I guess our humor just wasn t on the same wavelength this timeFree download ½ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¶ Steven Kellogg
Won't Somebody Play With Me? review á 104 Popular E Book, Won't Somebody Play With Me? by Steven Kellogg There. It s amazing how a book I identified with as a child and have fond memories of reading aloud especially the one time my parents thought I was actually asking Won t somebody play with me is still so relevant to me today The story of a little girl who wants to play on her birthday but is rejected at every turn is simply a tale of human nature Who wouldn t get mad Who doesn t wish they could show their friends how bad it feels when those friends are purposefully abandoning them But despite the story spiraling downward from happiness and expectation to disappointment sadness anger and loneliness we re shown that in the book as in life big ups are in store too if you just stick around long enough And those were just my feelings about the story I love the artwork too I always loved Steven Kellogg books as a kid and tried to get as many as I could I still possess my childhood collection all because of the pictures The art in this particular tome is great for passing on the feelings of the story The mundane parts everyday life are depicted mostly in black and white while the imaginings of our protagonist and the big reveal at the end are all drawn in bright colors and crazy strokes as if a child had colored them All in all this remains I didn t realize it was first published back in the 70s a decade before I was born a great book
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Won't Somebody Play With Me? review á 104 : Paperback and others 32 pages and has a text language like English. I remember first reading this book on the day I visited my future kindergarten classroom so my parents and I could meet the teachers The illustrations impressed me so much that the imagery still shows up in my dreams sometimes
- Won't Somebody Play With Me?
- Steven Kellogg
- 28 September 2020