Item description for The First Grade Friends: Lunch Box Surprise (Hello Reader, Level 1) by Grace Maccarone & Betsy Lewin...
Overview When Sam's mother forgets to pack his lunch, his friends in the first grade come to his rescue.
Share lunchtime with Sam and his First-Grade Friends In THE LUNCH BOX SURPRISE, everyone is hungry and sits down to eat. But, oh no, Sam's mom forgot to pack his lunch Sam is sad and hungry, until the First-Grade Friends help out by sharing their lunches with him This is a rhyming easy-to-read story that celebrates friendship and childhood.
Citations And Professional Reviews The First Grade Friends: Lunch Box Surprise (Hello Reader, Level 1) by Grace Maccarone & Betsy Lewin has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Booklist - 01/01/1996 page 850
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 5.8" Height: 0.1" Weight: 0.17 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1995
Series Scholastic Reader
ISBN 059026267X ISBN13 9780590262675 UPC 078073003990
Availability 0 units.
More About Grace Maccarone & Betsy Lewin
Grace Maccarone is a children's book author, notably of Miss Lina's Ballerinas and its sequel, Miss Lina's Ballerinas and the Prince. Valentina Belloni is an illustrator from Cuneo, a small town near Turin, Italy. She studied juvenile illustration at the European Institute of Design in Turin.
Grace Maccarone currently resides in Greenburg, in the state of New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about The First Grade Friends: Lunch Box Surprise (Hello Reader, Level 1)?
very cute book is great for beginning readers Mar 30, 2007
My six year old really liked this story, and the text was also just the right level. Rhyme and repetition build reading skills while the cute pictures appeal to children. The little boy's dilemma in this story elicited my child's sympathy and then she was delighted with the happy ending.
The Luch Box Suprise Oct 1, 2003
This book is definitely a five, because it teches children hwo to share with others, This is the most important thing to teach a child. This book i belive you can be what ever age you want to be able to read this. It is an OK book, but good for a childrens.
A good story for beginning readers. May 18, 2000
The simple words, and rhyme and rythm of the text make this a good choice for kids who are learning to read on their own. They will also appreciate the school dilemma. First we see what each child has brought for lunch. Then Sam discovers that his lunch box is empty - his mother forgot to pack his lunch. All Sam's friends pitch in to provide him with samples from their lunches, and Sam winds up with a feast. It's a nice story about sharing and solving problems.