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Review: Me Hungry!

User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

I had a blast reading this one in my caveman voice at story time. Funny & sparsely worded. Read full review

Review: Me Hungry!

User Review  - Library - Goodreads

A cute story but the caveman language drove me nuts. I like that the caveboy finds a solution when his parents are busy. This story could be a great discussion starter on being independent in solving problems or patient for someone to help you. Tankard's drawings are simple but a perfect fit. Read full review

Review: Me Hungry!

User Review  - Tara - Goodreads

Nice, bright pictures, cute story. But I'm not sure how wise it is to us "caveman language" in a book for children who are just learning to speak and read. Read full review

Review: Me Hungry!

User Review  - Carly - Goodreads

Very simple text written in a caveman dialect. A little cave boy is hungry but everyone is too busy to feed him. He goes off on the hunt and finally encounters an elephant who helps him find food. Read full review

Review: Me Hungry!

User Review  - Kristen Thompson - Goodreads

This book is about a jungle boy who repeatedly says "Me hungry" but cannot find food because people are too busy to help him or he messes with the wrong animals. The sentences in the book are simple 2 ... Read full review

Review: Me Hungry!

User Review  - Shelli - Goodreads

A cute book about a hungry little cave boy who's parents are to busy to make him a snack. This could be a fun read aloud book for young kiddos because of all the silly sounds and faces the reader can make with the story. Read full review

Review: Me Hungry!

User Review  - Jen - Goodreads

Jeremy Tankard knows his audience: kindergarteners! Although not as endearing a story as those of his earlier work (Grumpy Bird & Boo Hoo Bird), this very simple tale of a hungry cave-boy who makes a new friend is sure to delight toddlers and preschoolers! Read full review

Review: Me Hungry!

User Review  - Kirsten - Goodreads

A tried and true favorite of storytimes! This book features a Caveboy who declares to everything and anything that he's hungry. The wording is sparse, but a good storyteller can drag out the short ... Read full review


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