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Should I Share My Ice Cream? - Mo Willems
Should I Share My Ice Cream?
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ISBN: 9781451718010 (1451718012)
Publisher: Hyperion Books for Children
Pages no: 57
Edition language: English
Series: Elephant and Piggie (#15)
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alyssapeters
alyssapeters rated it
This is a part of the series Elephant and Piggie. Elephant has some ice cream and is conflicted about if he should share his ice cream with Piggie. As Elephant debates it his ice cream melts. Piggie comes along and shares her ice cream with Elephant. This book is for lower elementary grades. I woul...
Miss McKinley's Favorites
Miss McKinley's Favorites rated it
3.0 Should I Share My Ice Cream?
Gerald and Piggie are best friends, but Gerald has a decision to make about sharing his ice cream. Will he make the decision in time? This is a good book for Kindergarten because it talks about sharing. Students could design their own ice cream cones and make a promise to share during class. Lexil...
Miss Katie's Favorite Books
Miss Katie's Favorite Books rated it
5.0 Should I Share My Ice Cream?
A fantastic book about sharing for character education. The story follows Gerald the Elephant and his "awesome, yummy, sweet, super, great, tasty, nice, cool" ice cream cone. Throughout the book, Gerald debates whether he should share his treat with his best friend, Piggie. As he weighs the pros an...
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it
4.0
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-CycleThis is an adorable book about sharing. While I don't think children should always be required to share treats with their friends, I like the progression of the book and the points Gerald makes (Piggie loves ice cream, Piggie will like this flavor, wha...
Got Books?
Got Books? rated it
5.0 Sharing Is Caring!
This adorably illustrated book brings a wonderful real-life example of what it means to share. It is about an elephant who debates whether or not he should share his ice cream with his best friend, Piggy. In the end, he waits so long that his ice cream melts, but Piggy shows up with a sweet surprise...
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