|Author:||David Small,Beverly Cleary|
|Subcategory:||Growing Up & Facts of Life|
|Publisher:||HarperCollins (October 19, 1995)|
|Other formats:||lrf mobi docx mbr|
David Small is a genius. Kids love to prolong bedtime as long as possible. Petey is no different. One night before bed after prayers, water and checking for monsters Petey wants a bedtime story.
David Small is a genius. His mom and Dad both read him a book. Then he wants his Dad to tell the story of the night Petey was born. His Dad sugests that since Petey knows the story by heart maybe he should tell it. Petey tells the story and adds lots to it as he goes. Soon his paretns are asleep instead of Petey. This is a very cute bedtime story for little children.
A story of Petey's bedtime routine, he loves going to bed but tonight he is. .Beverly Cleary is one of America's most beloved authors
A story of Petey's bedtime routine, he loves going to bed but tonight he is in no hurry to go to sleep. Petey stays up and tells his story of the way he was brought into the world. This would be good to read with children about imagination. Beverly Cleary is one of America's most beloved authors. As a child, she struggled with reading and writing. But by third grade, after spending much time in her public library in Portland, Oregon, she found her skills had greatly improved. David won a Caldecott Honor and the Christopher Medal for The Gardener, written by his wife, Sarah Stewart, and the Caldecott Medal for So You Want to be President? by Judith St. George.
Obstreperous Petey is indulged with a full bedtime ritual: splashy bath, all-out chase, book from each parent, monster . A funny story that can easily be elaborated on by those who want to tell their children more; Small's energetic, cartoony art is a perfect match for Cleary's witty prose.
Obstreperous Petey is indulged with a full bedtime ritual: splashy bath, all-out chase, book from each parent, monster check; last comes the "baby story," the already-familiar tale of his own birth ("One night Mommy painted her toenails so they would look pretty when she met the baby.
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Petey's bedtime story. Republisher operator. Bedtime - Fiction, Parent and child - Fiction.
Petey's in no hurry to go to sleep, but he loves being put to bed - the bath, the books, the hugs, the chases, and, best of all, the story of the day he was born
Petey's in no hurry to go to sleep, but he loves being put to bed - the bath, the books, the hugs, the chases, and, best of all, the story of the day he was born. One night, with Mommy and Daddy too sleepy to go on, Petey tells his own version of the day he came stomping into the world, cowboy boots and all!
Our Bedtime Story Books have various themes, from animals and fairytales to Disney characters and more.
We offer a great collection of discounted story books to help your children off to sleep. Our Bedtime Story Books have various themes, from animals and fairytales to Disney characters and more. Here at The Works, we have a range of Story Books, which are not only full of exciting tales and magical stories but will send your little one off to sleep in an instance. With a range of Bedtime Story Books for either boys or girls, choose from our vast selection.
Learning to Love Books. Beverly Cleary was born in McMinnville, Oregon, and lived on a farm in Yamhill, a town so small it had no library. Petey's Bedtime Story. By. Beverly Cleary, David Small. Her mother arranged with the State Library to have books sent to Yamhill and acted as librarian in a lodge room upstairs over a bank. There, Beverly learned to love books. When the family moved to Portland, where Beverly attended grammar school and high school, she soon found herself in the low reading circle, an experience that has given her sympathy for the problems of struggling readers.
Petey's Bedtime Story, Beverly Cleary (HarperCollins, 1993). CNN Book News report on David Small and . News & World Report, 29 January 2001. pg 8 ("The cartoonist in chief"). The Christmas Crocodile, Bonnie Becker (Simon & Schuster, 1998). Huckabuck Family: And How They Raised Popcorn in Nebraska and Quit and Came Back, Carl Sandburg, (FSG, 1999) – one of the 1923 Rootabaga Stories, OCLC 38856059. So You Want to Be President?, Judith St. George (Penguin Philomel, 2000) – winner of the 2001 Caldecott Medal. Archived May 20, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
Beverly Cleary book covers are classics. Author Beverly Cleary, who turns 103 on April has delighted generations with her stories about Ramona Quimby, Henry Huggins and more. Often, there was nothing more exciting than getting a new Cleary book and seeing what kind of young adult dramas were playing out on the page, lovingly illustrated by artists like Louis Darling and Alan Tiegreen. Love the cover of this book by Beverly Cleary ("The Luckiest Girl," 1958). What Makes a Good Read–Aloud for Middle Graders?" by Christine McDonnell, January/February 2010 Horn Book Magazine.