Here’s an easy read for Perfect Picture Books. I’m at the Pikes Peak Writer’s Conference throughout the weekend, so I’ll be a bit MIA or about as “off the grid” as I can be. Enjoy your weekend. — Stacy
For Perfect Picture Book Fridays, I’ve chosen Duck & Goose Find a Pumpkin.
|Our copy is a little worn.|
By Tad Hills
Scholastic Inc., 2009, board book
Suitable for: Ages one and up
Theme/Topic: Search, Friendship, Adventure
Opening: Nice Pumpkin, Thistle.
Yes it is.
Brief Synopsis: When Duck and Goose see Thistle’s pumpkin they decide to search for one of their own. But, where do they get one?
Link to Resources: I found a lesson plan with duck and goose activities and crafts and coloring sheets. Parents could also discuss where pumpkins can be found? Duck & Goose have been on many adventures. Catherine Johnson posted the Duck & Goose Here Comes the Easter Bunny book on Perfect Picture Book Fridays earlier this month.
Why I chose this book: It’s one of the first books Enzo and I read together (in all types of voices too). While I’m at conference this weekend, I’ll be missing bed time reading.
To find more picture books and resources, please visit Susanna Leonard Hill’s blog and look for the Perfect Picture Books page.
Julie Hedlund says
Enjoy the conference! Can’t wait to hear all about it.
Robyn Campbell says
Oh Stac! Have fun at the conference. I know you will. Enzo will be waiting for you to come home. This little story looks adorable. Duck and Goose sound like super characters. 🙂
Susanna Leonard Hill says
Looks like a fun book 🙂 Have a great time at the conference! Learn lots and come back and tell us all about it 🙂
Jennifer Rumberger says
Hope the conference is going well! Duck and Goose are always a good pick and fun to read.
Susanne Drazic says
Hi Stacy! Have a great time at the conference.
Looks like a cute book.
Patricia T. says
Fun book. Like books that hold special memories with out kids. Hope you had a great time at the conference.