Stop That Pickle!

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
When Mrs. Elmira Deeds waddles into Mr. Adolph's deli and asks for a pickle, chaos erupts! The pickle escapes from the jar, and a cast of zany characters, including a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and seventeen toasted almonds, joins in the chase to stop the pickle as it attempts to run away. Can anyone stop that pickle?
 

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User Review  - Amelia_Smith - LibraryThing

I do not get the appeal of this book. The illustrations are rough, and not all that great. The story line is absurd and kind of funny, but for some reason the kids want me to read this over and over ... Read full review

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We love it as did the entire kindergarten class. Read full review

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Contents

Getting to Know the LSAT
1
Analytical Reasoning Lesson 1 Basic Strategies
9
Analytical Reasoning Lesson 2 Linear Sequence Games
19
Analytical Reasoning Lesson 3 MiniTest and Review
27
Logical Reasoning Lesson 1 Basic Concepts and Strategies
35
Logical Reasoning Lesson 2 Basic Logical Reasoning Skills
43
Logical Reasoning Lesson 3 MiniTest and Review
55
Reading Comprehension Lesson 1 Strategies and Techniques
67
Logical Reasoning Lesson 5 Basic Reasoning Skills
147
Logical Reasoning Lesson 6 MiniTest and Review
157
Analytical Reasoning Lesson 6 Selection Spatial and Tree Games
169
Analytical Reasoning Lesson 7 MiniTest and Review
177
Practice Test Section 1 Logical Reasoning
185
Review of Practice Test Section 1 Logical Reasoning
195
Practice Test Section 2 Reading Comprehension
205
Review of Practice Test Section 2 Reading Comprehension
215

Reading Comprehension Lesson 2 Question Types and WrongAnswer Ploys
79
Reading Comprehension Lesson 3 MiniTest and Review
89
Analytical Reasoning Lesson 4 Attribute and Grouping Games
105
Analytical Reasoning Lesson 5 MiniTest and Review
111
Writing Sample Lesson 1 Planning Your Essay
119
Writing Sample Lesson 2 Formatting and Writing Your Essay
127
Writing Sample Lesson 3 MiniTest and Review
133
Logical Reasoning Lesson 4 Recognizing Reasoning Errors
137
Practice Test Section 3 Analytical Reasoning
225
Review of Practice Test Section 3 Analytical Reasoning
231
Practice Test Section 4 Logical Reasoning
237
Review of Practice Test Section 4 Logical Reasoning
247
Practice Test Writing Sample
257
Countdown to the LSAT
261
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Peter Armour and Andrew Shachat both live and work in California.

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