The Book That Jake Borrowed
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The Book That Jake Borrowed

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Jake and his book are in a jam! Jake and his book from the library are placed in one sticky situation after another in this cute cumulative tale, an original adaptation of the classic There Was an Old Lady. Theres the drip, drip, drip, of a jelly mishap that leads to the lick, lick, lick of a lucky rat, whose luck runs out when hes caught by the cat, all before a dog shows up and thats that for the book Jake borrowed from the library! Repetitive phrases, onomatopoeia, and simple choruses make this an easy beginning for young readers while the cut paper and fabric collage illustrations add humorous depth to the sequence of unfortunate events and offer opportunities for hands-on related activities.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 32 pages
  • 178 x 254 x 7.62mm | 317.51g
  • Gretna, LA, United States
  • English
  • 31 colour illus
  • 1455623253
  • 9781455623259
  • 1,825,822

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Jake and his library book are in a sticky situation in this cumulative tale, an original adaptation of the classic The House That Jack Built. There's the jelly mishap that leads to the hungry rat, whose luck runs out when he's chased by the cat, all before a dog shows up and, well, that's that for the book Jake borrowed! Will the librarian Jake adores let him have another book? Find out in this hilarious tale filled with hijinks narrated in mixed-media collages and text from Texas librarian extraordinaire Susan Holt Kralovansky! Repetitive phrases and simple choruses make this an easy beginning for young readers, while the cut paper and fabric collage illustrations add humorous depth to the sequence of unfortunate events surrounding Jake's library book.
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About Susan Holt Kralovansky

Susan Holt Kralovansky ia an Elementary school librarian, she spends her time doing her two favorite things: writing books and talking to children about books. She also gives presentations to teachers and librarians about using state reading programs to promote childrens reading and writing. Kralovansky earned a Masters Degree in Education and Library Sciences from Indiana University and is a member of the Society of Childrens Book Writers, Texas Library Association and International Reading Association.
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72 ratings
3.5 out of 5 stars
5 17% (12)
4 35% (25)
3 36% (26)
2 7% (5)
1 6% (4)
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