If You Give a Pig a Pancake When it comes to children s books it s hard to beat the bestselling team of author Laura Numeroff and illustrator Felicia Bond for creative and captivating tales that are both fun and educational The

  • Title: If You Give a Pig a Pancake
  • Author: Laura Joffe Numeroff Felicia Bond
  • ISBN: 9780060266868
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When it comes to children s books, it s hard to beat the bestselling team of author Laura Numeroff and illustrator Felicia Bond for creative and captivating tales that are both fun and educational They continue the tradition that began with such whimsical titles as If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and If You Give a Moose a Muffin with yet another tale of actions and consequenWhen it comes to children s books, it s hard to beat the bestselling team of author Laura Numeroff and illustrator Felicia Bond for creative and captivating tales that are both fun and educational They continue the tradition that began with such whimsical titles as If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and If You Give a Moose a Muffin with yet another tale of actions and consequences If You Give a Pig a Pancake Once again, Numeroff follows the potential effects of one creature s chaotic demands, creating a tale filled with beguiling characters, delightful anticipation, and a fun sense of adventure In addition to being humorous and entertaining, If You Give a Pig a Pancake allows children to see how their own constant demands might frazzle their parents Kids should also enjoy studying the subtleties in Bond s colorful illustrations, such as the facial expressions of the book s adorable protagonist or the details found in a mountain of bubbles and the contents of a closet Easy to understand, stimulating to both mind and eye, and irresistibly amusing, this is one book children will likely want to read over and over again Beth Amos

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    1. My kids absolutely love theIf You Give aseries byLaura Numeroff . In this installment we meet pig and learn about the chaos that will ensue if we were to give a pig a pancake. The story is fun and silly, the illustrations are cute and appropriate for youngsters.

    2. This book made me exhausted. This is one messy and chaotic pig. I do admire her love of maple syrup. Orianna, on the other hand, seemed a bit mystified by the antics and the girl characters willingness to follow the pig's whims. In the end, the important part is that she understands the relationship between syrup and pancakes. Job done.

    3. If you give a pig a pancake:6-8I liked this story; it gives you so many ideas to work with, such as pancake lesson, Sequence, what comes after each steps. Teach the children very nice things like when you want to send a letter what should you do first, write the letter down, then put it in the envelop and put stamps and take it to the mailbox. Another thing is the tree house, what you need when you want to build one. Also the story shows how much the girl care about her pet.Learning experience: [...]

    4. I think that this book is very expressive in the way that it was both written and illustrated. I like how the events that took place are displayed in sequential order. It helps readers to understand that once the pig has done something, this is what happens next all the way to the end of the book. But what is neat-is that once you reach the end of the book it sets the story back up as if the sequence would start over again. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and the children that I work with seem to [...]

    5. THESE are the kinds of children's books I enjoy and feel that children should be reading or having read to them! This is a modern classic that is placed in the series of books that includes "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" and "If You Give a Moose a Muffin." One zany thing leads to another and it is just wacky and hilarious. At the same time, children will almost definitely understand everything that is going on in this "if and then" arrangement. The pig is quite adorable, while also being quite f [...]

    6. Good grief, after my nephew shoved this book in my face the fourth time I gave it a whirl. I'm glad I did. The combination of detail in the art and the sweat surrealism in the story made me turn the pages not to convince my nephew, but because I wanted to see where it was going(embarrassing considering it's a children's book!). My nephew enjoyed it and so did I and that's why I recommend you get a copy and find out just what happens If You Give a Pig a Pancake.

    7. This is a story about a little girl who tries to satisfy the desires of a pig. The story begins when the little girl gives the pig a pancake and snowballs from there. Next, the pig wants syrup and then she gets sticky so she'll need a bath. The story goes on and on and eventually ends up where she [the pig] wants more pancakes, which leaves the reader feeling like it's a never-ending story. The illustrations by Felicia Bond present the little pig's actions fairly well, but the layout can be conf [...]

    8. If You Give a Pig a Pancake is a thrilling story about what would happen if you were to give a pig a pancake, and although it seems harmless, this story proves that you would be in for quite the day. The pig would probably want syrup, then a bath, new clothes, to tap dance, wear a costume, send a letter, take a picture, and eventually want a pancake all over again! The main theme of this story is that sometimes when you have lots of demands for someone, it can get crazy and that person gets tire [...]

    9. This is a story with a theme of consistency and caretaking. In this story the little pig receives a pancake from a young girl, but then the pig continues to ask for more and more. The little girl persists in his wants, and it is humorous to see the pig's destruction. This book is for beginning reading levels. The format is fun since it is a continuous flow from one need to another for the pig. This children's picture book is hilarious and joyful!As a teacher I would use this book to teach young [...]

    10. This was a cute picture book. I loved the fact that when the pig got one thing it led to a whole bunch of different things. I don't really have much to say about it except that the artwork was beautiful and now I'm interested in checking out her other stories.

    11. It all started with, "If you give a mouse a cookie" This series, I feel like, has been around for a very long time. I think I enjoy these the most because although the animal and object might change in the book, they all go together in different ways so in the end, they all lead back to"If you do this.Then this"

    12. Summary:This book is about a young girl caring for her pig. The pig is demanding, with one thing leading to having to do another thing (for example giving the pig a pancake, the pig wanting syrup, but then the pig gets sticky and needs a bath). The pig has the girl do many things, but they eventually all lead back to wanting a pancake to go with her syrup.Evaluation:This was another one of my favorite books to read as a kid, and it has not changed as rereading it as an adult. This book has great [...]

    13. 1) This kid-friendly fiction book sends the child’s imagination soaring with the detailed pictures and creative storyline of the girl eating pancakes with a pig. This story goes from the girl and the pig eating pancakes to the pig wanting to take a bath and the series of events continues until in the end the pig wants some more pancakes and the girl is so tired because of the day that they have had. 2) Ages 0-5, Kindergarten3) This book could be used as a first time reader for children with ea [...]

    14. 1) Book summary, in your own words (3 pts)-If You Give a Pig a Pancake is a story about what happens when, like like the title suggests, give a pig a pancake. This little pig gets a pancake, but that's not enough she wants some maple syrup to go with it. However, the syrup made the pig sticky so now he needs a bath with bubbles, but the bubbles make him want a toy, so the little girl has to go find a rubber toy for the pig, which happens to be a little duck. The toy duck makes the pig homesick a [...]

    15. I really enjoyed reading this book "If You Give a Pig a Pancake" to my cousin, who loves reading and listening to books. We owned this book. When I was a kid I enjoyed it very much. I still think it is a great book. All children would love to read. This story is about a pig who wants some pancakes, then some syrup, and the pig would keep asking for more things throughout the book. At the end of the book the pig ends up wanting more pancakes. This makes the reader wonder what the pig might want n [...]

    16. Personal Response: This book and others in the series were some of my favorite and most memorable childhood books. I love the chaos, the unpredictability, the spontaneity, and the funny storyline. I love how there is no way to know what happens next and I remember always finding these books exciting. I also like how the pictures are all set on a white background, because it adds focus to whatever crazy thing the pig is doing.Purposes: - ages 3-7 Read Aloud for Enrichment: - the pig is a round ch [...]

    17. I thought this was an okay book. It pretty much talks about a pig that was eating a pancake with syrup. The pig gets all sticky and takes a bath with a rubber duck. Having that rubber duck made the pig homesick making her do all kinds of crazy things. At the end after the pig built a tree house, she wanted more syrup, and if she wanted more syrup, that means she wants another pancake. The book gives out a good story for little kids. If you miss someone try finding other things to do to keep your [...]

    18. Laura Numeroff's books are such classics, and all the kids love them. The gently outrageous consequences that stem from a simple act: giving a mouse a cookie, a muffin to a moose or a pancake to a hungry pig - are sure to make any reader smile. The kids hung on every word and took in every colorful, detailed picture. They even giggled at most of them. They also knew what was coming so when we got to the last page, they all knew that the pig, in the end was going to ask for a pancake. After words [...]

    19. I think that the book If You Give a Pig a Pancake, is a good book for young children. They would be interested in the pictures, and the message isn't hard to understand. I connected with the book, because the girl in the book connects well with pets. It shows you how you can become close with a pet. If You Give a Pig a Pancake is not just about connecting with a pet, it also shows that it is a lot of work to have a pet. The girl loves her pig, but by the pictures you can tell it is hard work to [...]

    20. “If You Give A Pig A Pancake” really brought back memories for me, I read it quite often when I was little. It was a quick read, and only took me about seven minutes to read. Any little kid would love the little girl and pig who get into all kinds of trouble. The end of the book is the best part, i like how the pig asks for syrup and the book starts all over again.I recommend this book to any parents looking for a book for their kids who are just starting to read.

    21. This book is about giving a pig a pancake and what will follow after. The pig will want many things that will eventually lead to others. Can the girl who gave the pig the pancake keep up with what the pig wants. I recommend this book to everyone from kids to parents. It is a good book about how to make a pig happy.

    22. This book was really cute and the illustrations supported the storyline throughout the book. It is a book that I would read to my class during a morning meeting or if there is a lull in the schedule for the day. It is a fun book where the storyline is funny, keeps you guessing what else the pig will want or need, and so forth. Overall, this picture book was a quick and fun read!

    23. Cute and clever. But not a lot of content here. No real story but definitely a chain of events. With not as repetitive text as I would have expected. And good enough art. So not a bad book at all, just not great. 3.5 of 5.

    24. If you give a pig a pancake is a very humorous story. This story has a lot of sequencing and can help a child understand steps. Often times students can relate because they'll ask for one thing, then another, then another.

    25. I would use this book for the sequence of events element. As an activity to reinforce and retell the story, I would print out picture cards of all the items in the book and have children place them in order.

    26. Wow, I had this book when I was a little girl, it's great to read it again! It's a really good children's book with rhymes and a cue pig as the main character.

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