The Best Kid in the World A SugarLoaf Book Sugarloaf Books

The Best Kid in the World A SugarLoaf Book Sugarloaf Books[PDF] ❤ The Best Kid in the World A SugarLoaf Book Sugarloaf Books Author Peter H. Reynolds – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk When SugarLoaf discovers that her parents once bestowed the Best Kid in the World Award on her brother her first thought is But butbut what about me She wants to be the Best Kid in the World so she de When Kid in the World Epub / SugarLoaf discovers that her parents once bestowed Kid in PDF/EPUB ¿ the Best Kid in the World Award on her brother her first thought is But butbut what about me She The Best PDF \ wants to be the Best Kid in the World so she decides to be so very helpful that her parents can't not give the award to her However every Best Kid in PDF/EPUB æ one of SugarLoaf's good deeds ends in disaster and it seems that the award is farther away from her grasp than ever But what she doesn't realize is that Best Kid in the World PDF/EPUB or trying counts for a lot so she might have a better chance at taking the Best Kid in the World throne than she imagines. The best kid in the world is a story about a young boy who loved birthdays He was the second to oldest child He had a younger brother and an older brother This young boy loved birthdays so much he even enjoyed the birthdays of his siblings At the oldest brother's birthday he noticed how much attention he was getting and became a little flustered He had learned that his older brother received a best kid in the world award in which the young boy tried his best to receive one as well The grade level intended for this book is preschool to grade 2 It's a very bright and colorful book filled with pictures that are comical and appealing to children The book was very enlightening and could help those children who like to receive most of the attention in their family I laughed at most of the illustrations the reactions and the facial expressions I know that the children would love this book and find it funny as well they'd enjoy it This was odd It had a good message and definitely touched on some things that children could learn from but it wasn't amazing or even something that warranted a second reading I couldn't figure out what sort of creatures they were and that was also bothersome I never heard of this series either so maybe they explained what types of animals they were in another book I also thought the names were peculiar especially Sugarloaf as the main character The ending was nice but I'm not sure with how easily the parents dealt with Sugarloaf or Sugarloaf's actions Not a book I'd recommendTaken from my book reviews blog When SugarLoaf discovers that her parents once bestowed the Best Kid in the World Award on her brother her first thought is But but but what about me? She wants to be the Best Kid in the World so she decides to be so very helpful that her parents can't not give the award to her However every one of SugarLoaf's good deeds ends in disaster and it seems that the award is farther away from her grasp than ever But what she doesn't realize is that trying counts for a lot so she might have a better chance at taking the Best Kid in the World throne than she imaginescute ending SugarLoaf as the character is named is jealous of her older brother on his birthday S L is whiney and tries to do things to be the best kid Story flow is choppy actions disconnected; illustrations support the text pretty well but the story overall is flat Sweet picture book about a little sister and her jealousy during the unveiling of a special gift box from grandma at her older brother's birthday party Nothing special about this picture book Sugar Loaf is jealous of her broher but feels confident by the end of the storyThe illustrations show conservative pastel animals

The Best Kid in the World A SugarLoaf Book Sugarloaf Books
  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • The Best Kid in the World A SugarLoaf Book Sugarloaf Books
  • Peter H. Reynolds
  • English
  • 05 November 2016
  • 9780689876240