Can I Join Your Club?

John Kelly Steph Laberis

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Can I Join Your Club?

Can I Join Your Club None

  • Title: Can I Join Your Club?
  • Author: John Kelly Steph Laberis
  • ISBN: 9781610675932
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Hardcover
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      Published :2018-09-14T05:59:37+00:00

    One thought on “Can I Join Your Club?

    1. Mehsi on said:

      A duck wants to join a club, will he be able to join one?While I was interested in this book, I was worried about the duck. How annoying would he be? What would he do if he kept being rejected? In the end, I never had to worry, instead I quite liked this little guy. Our duck wants to join a club. Any club will do as long as he can participate in the fun activities, find new friends, and other things that come with being in a club. But sadly he is out of luck. Each club has something that the oth [...]

    2. Kid Lit Reviews on said:

      Duck wants to make a friend, and what better way to make a friend than to join a club. Duck shows up on pledge day and tries the first club he sees: Lion Club. He sports a big red mane, which impresses Lion. “But can you ROAR like a lion?” he asks, showing Duck how best to roar. Duck tries, but he doesn’t sound like a roaring lion. Lion stamps the application “DENIED,” while saying, “You are not what we are looking for in Lion Club.”At the Elephant Club, Duck shows up wearing a pai [...]

    3. Ashley Jacobson on said:

      I love the lesson in this book- include everyone and be a leader! Duck is rejected from other animals clubs because he's not the same, so he creates his own club that allows everyone in who wants to be there. He doesn't just complain about not being included, he goes and fixes it. The kids think it's so funny that every club he wants to join requires that he make the noise of the animal in charge, but he can never do it right! Moooo-QUACK! They get a kick out of it. Fun read aloud!

    4. Shauna on said:

      It’s about what the title suggests—animals who are excluded begin their own club to include everyone. Simple, fun illustrations.

    5. Paula Hollohan on said:

      First day of school - who belongs? This book would be great to have in a K-4 class to talk about who is who at the zoo. Building community and including everyone. K-4

    6. Donna Mork on said:

      Duck wants to make friends. He tries to join the lion, snake, and elephant club. Then he decided to make his own club and everyone is welcome.

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