Gerbil, Uncurled

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Gerbil, Uncurled

Gerbil Uncurled Little Gerbil has learned all of the important Gerbil Mottos from Grandpa Always Keep Your Whiskers Clean Celery Tops Come to Those Who Wait etc But there is one motto that Little Gerbil just can t

  • Title: Gerbil, Uncurled
  • Author: AlisonHughes Suzanne Del Rizzo
  • ISBN: 9781554553327
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Little Gerbil has learned all of the important Gerbil Mottos from Grandpa Always Keep Your Whiskers Clean, Celery Tops Come to Those Who Wait, etc But there is one motto that Little Gerbil just can t manage to keep Curl Up Nose to Toes when it comes time to go to sleep At the weekly Gerbil Circle meeting she knows she has to tell the truth Little Gerbil discovers thatLittle Gerbil has learned all of the important Gerbil Mottos from Grandpa Always Keep Your Whiskers Clean, Celery Tops Come to Those Who Wait, etc But there is one motto that Little Gerbil just can t manage to keep Curl Up Nose to Toes when it comes time to go to sleep At the weekly Gerbil Circle meeting she knows she has to tell the truth Little Gerbil discovers that she is not the only one that has problems following some of the Gerbil Mottos.

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      Published :2018-07-14T16:35:42+00:00

    One thought on “Gerbil, Uncurled

    1. Juliana Lee on said:

      Little Gerbil had a secret, she couldn’t sleep curled up nose to toes like a gerbil should. She could only sleep stretched out on top of the bed with the warm sun on her fur. But Grandpa Gerbil liked to remind everyone of the five gerbil mottos. Finally, at a gerbil circle meeting, Little Gerbil confessed her difficulty in sleeping all curled up. It looked like all the other gerbils had problems of one kind or another too. So they decided to rewrite the mottos to fit everyone. They agreed to r [...]

    2. Barbra on said:

      Adorable clay pictures follow a little gerbil that can’t follow one of the mottos. His charming life and home is captured on every page as he tries to understand the rules. Eventually his Grandpa decides it is time for a change. With gerbil information and a clay project at the end, this book about be open to new experiences will delight readers ages four to eight.

    3. Maggi Rohde on said:

      What I liked most about this book was the concept that it's OK for the group to change rules when it makes sense. This would be good to read when talking about the amendments to the constitution, or when writing one's own mottos.

    4. Kristina Jean Lareau on said:

      A great concept that felt like it needed a bit more work. It is very long and the illustrations are a bit disconcerting.

    5. Lisa Boyd on said:

      Hmmmm. This book is beautiful, but the story is a little lacking. Artistically, everyone should see this book but the writing is not as good as the art. Cute story, not terrible.

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