The Terrible Eek

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Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1993 - Folklore - 32 pages
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. . . a gallopping chase and uproarious confrontation. Bold illustrations with a skillful use of color and perspective make this ideal for story hour.-- Children's Book Review Service. Full-color illustrations.

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User Review  - ronicadibartolo - LibraryThing

My daughter enjoyed helping me read this book. There were a lot of loud interactive moments. The theme was cute. Do what you are suppose to do, and trouble may not find you!!! Read full review

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The terrible EEk is not true but...the wolf and the theif are alive. There are other stories in the mcgraw-hill reading book. the first one is called the terrible eek and the second one is called in my family and the third one is called cactus hotel and the fourth one is called big blue whale and the fifth one is called jj,s big day and the sixth one is called lon po po and the seventh one is called animal fact animal fable and the eighth one is called the many lives of benjaman francklen and the ninth one is called cloudy with a chance of meatballs and the tenth one is called pure power. The kids will enjoy these stories. And the kids will love them to. And in john Beck in mrs. evans class we do rocket math and our specils. And after that we go to reses. And after that we go to lunch. And after that we do science. And after that we go to La which its short for reading class. In reading class we read some stories. and after that we read our mcgraw-hill reading. and after that we go back to our homeroom classroom. When we go back there we get our back-packs and we wait until the bell rings. When the bell rings we leave our classrooms and go to our buses. When we get on the buses we wait and wait and wait until our bus stop is here. And then we go home. In kindergarten my sister goes in mrs. rothermils class. mrs. rothermil is a kindergarten teacher. the second grade teacher that I know is mrs. cislo. the third grade teachers are mrs. Evans and mrs. gruett and mrs. myers and mrs. morgan. I really like my teachers. By Gabe segro phone number 625-4770. I am in john Beck.  

About the author (1993)

Sheila Hamanaka is an award-winning fine artist whose work has also appeared in Scholastic magazines as well as in Permanent Connections by Sue Ellen Bridgers and Barbara Campbell's Taking Care of Yoki. Ms. Hamanaka lives in Tappan, New York.

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