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  • Title: The Magic Pumpkin
  • Author: Bill Martin Jr. John Archambault Robert J. Lee
  • ISBN: 9780805011340
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Hardcover

The Magic Pumpkin

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  1. For one of my Halloween books, I chose to read The Magic Pumpkin , by Bill Martin Jr This book is about a boy who goes to a garden to find the most perfect pumpkin to put into his yard As he was looking, a very large pumpkin surprisingly whispered for the boy to choose him Even though this frightened him, he gave the pumpkin eyes, a nose, and a mouth, and took him home with him Once he put the pumpkin in his yard, a bunch of mischief started happening Foxes, skunks, owls, and creepy mice all of [...]


  2. This book would be a good one to read around Halloween time It kind of had a spooky type feel to it and it s also about pumpkins I think it would be fun to read to children because it s somewhat suspicious and they would enjoy that However, it wasn t a spectacular story or anything It was actually kind of odd But I do still think it would be appropriate to read to children and they would like it.


  3. SUMMARY A deceptively simple text with a lyrical rhythm describes a pear shaped pumpkin growing in a garden, who unexpectedly whispers that he ll protect the yard from the foolies Lee s fragile watercolors cast an appropriately haunting aura to the strange proceedingsVIEW Great Halloween story to share with young children Another great story from author Bill Martin Jr.


  4. I would not recommend this book I was not impressed with illustrations nor the text However, I managed to create a lesson using this book by having students change the ending Despite the difficult to comprehend word usage sorry , they enjoyed turning their pumpkins into whatever they wanted to.


  5. I really wanted to love this book the illustrations are just beyond beautiful But, the actual story is a little odd and hard to read out loud I kept trying a different pace and it didn t work my kid looked frusturatedly at me that he didn t understand.Beautiful illustrations though as I said earlier maybe just make up your own story


  6. A pumpkin promises to protect someone from the Foolies if turned into a jack o lantern but turns out to be the leader of the foolies Ryming text, mediocre illustrations, slightly creepyemes Halloween, jack o lanterns, pumpkins


  7. Loved the illustrations The prose itself was pretty, but wasn t easily understood by lower grades You traitor Turncoat Double cross Tonight will be your albatross went over the heads of elementary students.


  8. A mischievous pumpkin promises to act as a scarecrow, but he s a turncoat until the jack o latern s carver regains control by outing his light.The illustrations by Robert J Lee are nice better than the text.


  9. The book says printed on acid free paper , but I don t think the story was without acid, because that was trippy and escalated quickly.


  10. Pretty weird, pretty dark tale but good for a Halloween night Remind s me of Child s Play where a creation turns evil.


  11. This book was ok, but I don t know if I would read it again to students because it doesn t really have any special characteristic to it that the students would take with them.