Pie for Chuck

Pie for Chuck When tempted by his favorite dessert Pat Schories s lovable Chuck recruits his friends to help him sneak a taste Big Chuck is a woodchuck with a taste for pie He daydreams about warm flaky pastries

  • Title: Pie for Chuck
  • Author: Pat Schories
  • ISBN: 9780823433926
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When tempted by his favorite dessert, Pat Schories s lovable Chuck recruits his friends to help him sneak a taste.Big Chuck is a woodchuck with a taste for pie He daydreams about warm, flaky pastries and their fruity filling When he spots a freshly baked blueberry pie cooling on the windowsill, he must have it Chuck can t reach high enough, so he recruits his friends toWhen tempted by his favorite dessert, Pat Schories s lovable Chuck recruits his friends to help him sneak a taste.Big Chuck is a woodchuck with a taste for pie He daydreams about warm, flaky pastries and their fruity filling When he spots a freshly baked blueberry pie cooling on the windowsill, he must have it Chuck can t reach high enough, so he recruits his friends to help Maybe Raccoon or Rabbit can get the pie It takes some impressive and athletic teamwork for Chuck and his friends to reach the ledge, but their reward is so sweet A companion to PANTS FOR CHUCK An I Like to Read Book.About the SeriesI Like to Read books are picture books written and illustrated so that even the newest reader can enjoy a satisfying, quality literary experience The books in the series are written at kindergarten and early first grade reading levels These books deftly combine text and art to create a positive experience for new readers School Library Journal This series dares to make entertaining reads from short texts and familiar vocabulary Kirkus Reviews Each one makes the hard world of learning to read enough fun to encourage children at this critical developmental moment to try another one Vicky Smith, Children s and YA Editor at Kirkus Reviews

    One thought on “Pie for Chuck”

    1. There's no telling how much pie Chuck the Woodchuck could eat--if he could just reach the delicious dessert. But as this "I Like to Read" book shows, he simply can't reach that pie that is cooling so temptingly on the window sill. As his other animal friends rally around him and try to help, they all fail until they work together. The watercolor illustrations will bring smiles to the lips of children as they watch carefully as those mice on the top of the animal pyramid reach out for the pie dis [...]

    2. Chuck the woodchuck is back in another easy reader. He wants pie. The other animals do, too. However, the pie on the windowsill is just out of reach. Working together the animals finally get what they want. This is a very easy book designed for the beginning reader. The warm, friendly illustrations aptly suit the text, and the story expands on the endpages. Kindergarten teachers might appreciate this book when discussing problem-solving.

    3. This book is both cute and humorous as well as appropriate for the early beginning reader. Vocabulary is limited, repetitive, and supported by large, clear illustrations. The familiar animals are friendly toward each other and sweetly portrayed as young and mischievous. Large print and soft colors enhance the presentation. Lastly, a happy ending is always a delight.

    4. The I Like to Read books are perfect for beginning readers. Pie for Chuck has a central theme of working together. Beginning readers will love finding the animals in the illustrations inside the front/back covers. The details in the illustrations are astonishing. This book is GRL C and is a story that students can retell. An incredible book for a PreK-K classroom library.

    5. Not only is this a great book for a very emerging reader, but it also makes a fun storytime book for toddlers.

    6. megan winter reading 2016, children's book, picture book, series, i like to read, pie, animals, teamwork, prek, kindergarten, first grade

    7. It's rare to find a cute, humorous, well written super early reader that both child and adult enjoy. So much fun to read my not quite four year old hardly realized he was deciphering the words! We will be looking for more of these!

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