Item description for Rickity and Snickity at the Balloon Fiesta by Patricia Derrick...
Two Rocky Mountain cubs hide in the back of the Park Rangers van as the Rangers head for the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta. The bear cubs take a siesta all the way to the fiesta. Join the bear cubs as they ride in a hot air balloon and end up in the local newspaper. Find out what the bear cubs learn when they go back to the Rocky Mountains. Teacher notes, science notes, musical score and musical CD included.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.1" Width: 8.6" Height: 0.2" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 2007
Publisher Animalations, LLC
ISBN 1933818115 ISBN13 9781933818115
Reviews - What do customers think about Rickity and Snickity at the Balloon Fiesta?
Two bears are the stars of the show Jul 31, 2007
Reviewed by Stephanie, Parish (age 3), and Isaac (age 1) Rollins for Reader Views (7/07)
Patricia Derrick's "Rickity and Snickity at the Balloon Fiesta" has a lot of rhythm and rhyme. There is even a CD with a song of the story. The song has Spanish overtones.
Parish and Isaac loved the pictures even more than the song and story. The cubs are cute and their parents have expressive faces. Of course, they loved the pictures of hot air balloons floating through the sky in "Rickity and Snickity at the Balloon Fiesta." Some of the balloons are shaped liked animals. Parish noticed that.
"Do you like the pictures?" "I like the balloons."
"Did you know that you can ride in hot air balloons? It is sort of like an airplane, but it is much slower." "Like a helicopter?" She puts her arms out like an airplane and zooms across the room. "I want to ride an airplane to see Meme."
"We will do that again one day. What was your favorite part of this book?" "The Duck." Isaac quacks and points to the duck that he just noticed.
"Do you want to keep this book or give it away?" "I want to keep this one."