Put Me in the Zoo by Robert LopshireThis book is very well made. Each page includes the owner s ' names on various household items. One of my friends even got teary eyed after she opened her gift with the book inside. I do hope in the future that Shutterfly includes more options for dog types so I can create more books. Really easy to make.
Put Me In A Book - Hello My Friends Story Time with Mrs Beth Again
Put Me in the Zoo
Put me in the Zoo is a comedic picture book about an animal with magical spots who wishes to live in the zoo. After revealing to two young children what his "spots can do," the children decide that the animal would much better be placed in a circus than at the zoo. The author utilizes rhyme and repetition to engage young readers and teach basic word choice, sounds and colors. I found the book and its illustrations to be exciting and interesting. The animal's name is never disclosed and invites readers to use their curiosity and imagination.
His latest effort is no different, though the means by which the children who appear in this story got there is interesting. The class then created their own illustrated version, acting out the story and taking pictures of themselves, and sent a copy to Munsch. He was so impressed by their effort, he decided to publish the story with the class as the characters. The story itself is classic Munsch, in the best possible way, though it lacks some of the whimsy and repetitive rhythms of many of his earlier tales. When Hailey and her class encounter a writer on a park bench, she asks to be put into the book he is working on. The writer obliges, folding her up and stuffing her into the pages.
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