By Margaret McNamara, Mark Fearing
GREEP BOINK MEEP! the 3 little extraterrestrial beings are fortunately settling into their new houses while the large undesirable robotic flies in to crack and smack and whack their homes down! A chase around the sun approach follows during this out-of-this-world model of the vintage 3 Little Pigs story. Margaret McNamara (How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin?) and Mark Fearing (The ebook that Eats humans) have created a funny and visually beautiful tale that youngsters will adore—and that would introduce them to the planets and the sunlight approach. The endpapers even comprise a categorized diagram of all of the planets.
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I don’t want you to lick my feet,” Ivy said. ” “Sure. ” Bean thought about that. “But I won’t be bad in the end, right? ” “Right,” Ivy said. “You’ll only be bad for a few minutes. Then I’ll reform you, and you’ll be good again. ” yelled Liana from the curb. ” She pointed to the three crows who lived on the telephone pole. ” Ivy called. 64 “We’re pausing for station identification,” Bean yelled. She turned back to Ivy.
I don’t see any birds,” said Bean, glancing up. “Me neither,” said Ivy. ” Bean watched her for another moment. “I like birds, too,” she said in a loud voice. ” She held her hands upward. ” “You can’t think about yourself. You have to think nice thoughts about other people,” said Ivy. Bean concentrated. She thought, I love you, Mom. I love you, Dad. Even though you’re totally unfair. She thought of Nancy. Oh, I guess I love you, too, Nancy. ” Stupid Nancy, I hope you fall off a horse. Oops. “Boy, this is harder than it looks,” she said to Ivy.
There were Sophie W. and Sophie S. and Liana, who was Katy’s older sister. ’s lawn. And there was Crummy Matt’s rat, Blister. Poor Blister. He wasn’t very old, but he was tired anyway. He was tired because Crummy Matt was always making him do tricks. Ivy and Bean walked toward the group. When they got closer, they heard Liana say, “Matt, that’s really mean! ” “He likes it,” Crummy Matt said. “No, he doesn’t,” said Dino. ” “Shut up,” said Crummy Matt. ” He held Blister by the tail, dangling him over the sidewalk.
The Three Little Aliens and the Big Bad Robot by Margaret McNamara, Mark Fearing