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Whose House?

Whose House After a young boy imagines himself in different animal homes he realizes that each animal has its own perfect place And at the end of a long day of adventure nothing is better than his cozy white ho

  • Title: Whose House?
  • Author: Barbara Seuling Miriam Altshuler Kay Chorao
  • ISBN: 9780152163471
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Hardcover
  • After a young boy imagines himself in different animal homes, he realizes that each animal has its own perfect place And at the end of a long day of adventure, nothing is better than his cozy white house, with his mom and his dad, the books that he s read, and his warm little bed all waiting to welcome him home.Filled with playful rhymes and charming watercolor illuAfter a young boy imagines himself in different animal homes, he realizes that each animal has its own perfect place And at the end of a long day of adventure, nothing is better than his cozy white house, with his mom and his dad, the books that he s read, and his warm little bed all waiting to welcome him home.Filled with playful rhymes and charming watercolor illustrations, this comforting story is perfect for all children snuggling into their own beds for the night.

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    1 thought on “Whose House?

    1. A young boy imagines he is in the "house" of several different animals, but none of them quite work for him.

    2. The main character of this book is a little boy who is about 7 or 8 but he is not named. The point of view is first person, and this book is a picture book so it would be best for learning to read students. The setting is different types of homes that different animals live in. The plot is that this little boy is describing all of the different homes that each of the animals live in such as frogs or mice. He always says how they work for the animal, but then are never right for him. He eventuall [...]

    3. A young boy is reading a book about animal habitats and starts to wonder where his is. He finally finds where he belongs. This could be used for a questioning lesson.

    4. The illustrations are outdated but it should work for a story time when paired with Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs by Mo Willems and Wild by Emily Hughes.

    5. Working on a house/home theme for storytime and came across this pretty great book. Great big pictures and nice pattern will make this an excellent choice for toddlers.

    6. I love this book. My 3 yr old loves animals and nature. He loved seeing all the different animal homes and told me if he would like them or not

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