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100th Day Worries (Anglais) Relié – janvier 2001


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When Jessica's teacher tells everyone in class to find 100 things to bring to school for their 100th day, Jessica starts to worry. She wants to bring something really good. but what?

100 marshmallows? No, too sticky.
100 yo-yos? Nah, that's silly.

When Jessica reaches the 99th day, she really starts to worry. She still doesn't know what to bring! Could the best collection of 100 things be right under her eyes? --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

Biographie de l'auteur

Margery Cuyler has written stories ever since she learned how to write. A children's book editor and author for more than twenty years, she now devotes most of her time to writing. Her many children's books include 100th Day Worries, illustrated by Arthur Howard, and The Biggest, Best Snowman, illustrated by Will Hillenbrand. Margery lives with her family in Princeton, New Jersey, in a house that's said to be haunted by a ghost!

Arthur Howard is the illustrator of Goatilocks by Erica Perl, Noodle & Lou by Liz Garton Scanlon, and the Mr. Putter and Tabby series and Gooseberry Park books by Cynthia Rylant as well as his own picture books. He has also coauthored and illustrated many books of humor for adults and appeared for seven seasons in the PBS math-oriented production Square One Television. He lives in New York City. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .



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A How-To on Math & Anxiety 24 mars 2000
Par Chrissie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I found this book to naturally combine important math concepts (different ways to get 100 items) with the many emotions and experiences that the average child faces. I believe children (and even adults) will find themselves in the pages of this book as they relate to the times when the creative energies are not flowing and the deadlines are fast approaching.
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We love this book 5 novembre 2000
Par S. HALL - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
We first checked this book out of the library and we just love it. The story is so refreshing and Jessica's(the main character and the worrier) family really comes through for her. My five-year-old loves the math concept: the different ways to get to 100. This book reinforces a little learning in a loving and thoughtful way.
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great book on love and to not worry about the little things in life 13 mars 2013
Par LGraham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I came across this book today when I was reading with a kindergartner at the elementary school. Guilty myself of being a worrier, the title caught my attention, but so did the entire book and illustrations! It was good for educating the student on numbers and counting. Most importantly, the book's message really made me appreciate the book. The girl worries and worries but in the end her family supports her and she ends up having the best "100 things" in the class. Her teacher calls it "100 bits of love" because her family was willing to give little bits of what they collected or found in the house all because of the love they had for her! They loved her and supported her.

Take home message - we shouldn't worry about the little things in life, for we are loved and appreciated and all will turn out well. We may be uncertain with things in our life, but we should trust that day will turn out fine, and we should embrace whatever comes in our lives. Also, bring love to your friends and family; you'll make them smile and shine in their daily life no matter if it's the little things!
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Cute book for the 100th day of school 31 mai 2014
Par K. Harkins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I teach 2nd grade, and I read this book as a read aloud to my students. The students enjoyed and listened to it, and several students wanted to read it independently after I finished it.
The Best 100th Day Book 1 décembre 2007
Par C. Zeisler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
There are 100's of 100 Day books out in the market, but this BOOK is the BEST one by far. The reason why I love this book so much is that it is always every child's worry about what they will do for their collection and this books puts every one at ease. A wonderful, fun book!
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