Let's Clean Up!

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Houghton Mifflin, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 31 pages
4 Reviews
Mother cleaned high. Mother cleaned low. Mother cleaned the room for Joe.

Joe is delighted with his newly cleaned room. Now he can find all of the toys he wants to play with. But with so much space and so many great toys, which ones will he choose? His train? Or his planes? His racing cars? Or his rocket? As he pulls each from the closet and the toy box, his room grows messier and messier. So when Mother returns to his room, she discovers all of her hard work undone.
Readers will delight in Joe’s pure joy in rediscovering all of his favorite playthings, the brightly colored chaos that he leaves in his wake, and his earnest attempts to make it right and please his mother.

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Review: Let's Clean Up! (Joe the Frog)

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This book has simple text and fun story, it gives children to good message about clean up. Illustrations are matching with the text, and easy sentences help children to improve their reading skills. Read full review

Review: Let's Clean Up! (Joe the Frog)

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A very cute story about a little boy frog cleaning up his room for his mom. This story tackles a situation that every family deals with and especially every young child, which is children cleaning ... Read full review

About the author (2002)

Peggy Perry Anderson is a full-time elementary school art teacher and mother of three living with her husband in Owasso, Oklahoma.

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