Item description for I Have To Go! (Classic Munsch) by Robert Munsch & Michael Martchenko...
Overview Andrew always answsers no when asked if he needs to go to the bathroom, but changes his mind after the car is in motion, his snowsuit with ten buckles and seventeen snaps is put on, and as dinner is about to begin
Publishers Description Once while Robert Munsch was telling stories to a small group of children, a young boy in the front row had to go to the bathroom. His father picked him up and hurried out. When the child returned he asked Munsch to make up a story about him. The little boy in this story always has to go at inconvenient moments. Ages 3-5.
Citations And Professional Reviews I Have To Go! (Classic Munsch) by Robert Munsch & Michael Martchenko has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
School Library Journal - 01/01/1988
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Studio: Annick Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.92" Width: 8" Height: 0.08" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 1989
Publisher Annick Press
Series Classic Munsch
ISBN 0920303749 ISBN13 9780920303740
Availability 23 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 21, 2017 02:52.
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More About Robert Munsch & Michael Martchenko
Robert Munsch is the author of more than 25 books for children including The Paper Bag Princess and Stephanie's Ponytail. He lives in Guelph, Ontario.
Sheila McGraw has illustrated six children's books, including the best-selling I Promise I'll Find You and has written children's and adult craft books Papier Mache for Kids and Painting and Decorating Furniture.
Robert Munsch has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about I Have To Go! (Classic Munsch)?
Excellent Service Jan 3, 2008
This book was perfect for a grandchildren gift. No one can write quite like Robert Munsch. It seems he actually "lives" in children's heads!
Cute and funny, but it's not a potty training book. Sep 1, 2007
Note: When I first obtained this book I made the assumption that it was a potty training book, and I wrote the review below. Someone pointed out that this book doesn't necesarily advertise itself as a potty training book. It's just a funny story. OK, that's fair. I can't change the stars but I do see the point. I suppose if I saw it just as a funny book for children I'd give it more stars.
This is not a book that actually teaches anything about using the potty. This is a funny book about a little boy who is repeatedly asked if he needs to go potty and says "no no no" but later has to "go" in the most inconvenient of circumstances. We've all been there, haven't we parents?
But this book doesn't train at all. If you want a funny book to share with a little boy who needs potty training, you may like this, but if you want a book that will help instruct a child, look elsewhere.
Another great Munsch Jan 12, 2007
My son, who has just finished potty training, loves this book. He finds it humorous as do the grown ups that are reading it to him - which is great especially in this stage of repetitive book reading. We have a great time reading it together.
No! No! No! May 17, 2005
Andrew's parents ask him frequently if he needs to "Pee." He always says, "No!" But, a few minutes later the answer is "Yes, right now!" We liked this book because of it's realism. It is a typical problem for moms and dads of preschoolers. This book has a similar twist to his other books. The ending is not expected.
Take a munch out of this Munsch! Apr 24, 2005
This is one of Robert Munsch's best books. It deals with a subject every kid must face: having to go pee at the worst imaginable times. It is a very effective cacophony of laughs, that everyone can enjoy. I ain't in the single digit ages no more, but this is still a highly enjoyable gem of Canadian literature. Best read through Munsch's audio cassette narration. He's such a believable storyteller.