by Mo Willems
Can I Play Too? tells the story of Gerald and Piggie playing catch. Snake approaches the two and announces he would like to play too. After much effort, the three realize Snake is unable to play catch because he does not have arms. To adjust the game so Snake can play, Gerald and Piggie decide that ...
This book is so great to read to students who are younger and are having trouble sharing or inviting other children to play. This would be a great book to read aloud and have the class come up with ideas on how to include everyone.
When challenged. Gerald and Piggy always find a novel and amusing solution. If you need to buy or read aloud from books for a four year old, I can't recommend Mo Willems too highly.Library copy.
Can I Play Too was full of belly laughs! My four-year old nephew was laughing so hard at this book that he was doubled over holding his gut! I love any book that can make him laugh like that, and this one just about tops them all.
The first documented use of the spiral, power-saving fluorescent light bulb being used to connote an idea. Delightful as always.