Tag Archive | reading

“In A People House” by Theodore LeSieg


“In A People House” by Dr. Seuss (as Theo. LeSieg)

Lily’s Book Report

I liked the book because it’s a Dr. Seuss book.

What are three things in a people house?
People are in a people house. A bed and a kitchen sink.

What’s your favorite thing in a people house?
My favorite thing in a people house is a hairbrush. (She was holding her foldable rhinestone covered one while we read.)

What is something in your people house that the mouse didn’t say?
Something in my people house is a Wii.

Why do you think Dr. Seuss wrote this book?
I think Dr. Seuss wrote this Dr. Seuss book because he likes being the author because his favorite thing to do is writing.

Pizza Hut Book It!: 31/40
Building Bridges: 23/25

“Marvelous March Facts for Kids” by Claire Wynne


“Marvelous March Facts for Kids” by Claire Wynne

As I was reading the book to Lily, I found four spelling or grammatical errors. I blame the copy editor in me for that.

Lily needed a non-fiction book, so I gave her a couple of options. She chose to learn more about her birth month. She was really honed in on her birthday.

March 30th is National Pencil Day and National Turkey Neck Day.

Lily’s Book Report

I liked the book.

What was something you learned?
Something I learned is March is about some birthdays and some holidays.

What is your favorite day in March?
My favorite day in March is March 30!

What fun holidays are in March?
One fun holiday is St. Patrick’s Day and Easter.

Pizza Hut Book It!: 23/40
Building Bridges: 22/25

“Junie B. Jones and Some Sneaky Peeky Spying” by Barbara Park


“Junie B. Jones and Some Sneaky Peeky Spying” by Barbara Park

Junie B. is a 5-year-old girl in kindergarten. She will be 6 very soon.

Lily, much?!

Lily failed to see the humor in the book because she and Junie B. are at the same point in life. They talk the same. Their thinking is quite similar.

Kudos to the author for capturing the life of an almost-6-year-old so accurately.

Lily’s Book Report

I liked the book.

What was your favorite part?
My favorite part was when Junie B. Jones was gonna buy some new cookie mix.

Because she threw the first one in the cart so hard. That’s why they had to buy a new one.

What part didn’t you like?
The part I didn’t like is when Junie B. Jones dropped her shoes in her baby brother’s crib to wake him up.

Pizza Hut Book It!: 19/40
Building Bridges: 21/25

“Space! A Kids Book About Space” by Brian G. Johnson


“Space! A Kids Book About Space” by Brian G. Johnson

Lily loves learning about outer space and was really upset to find out that they wouldn’t be studying that in kindergarten.

With this book, we tried something a little different. I bought the Kindle version. I read it through the Kindle app on my Android phone. She followed along on the Kindle.

The main problem we ran into were page breaks. I had to remind her to turn the page because she would get confused that I turned the page before she did.

Devices Used
Kindle Keyboard 3G
LG Spectrum 4G Android Phone

Lily’s Book Report

I like the book.

What is one thing you learned?
One thing I learned about the book is they want to find out about planets. How they last. How new moons come.

What is something interesting you read?
Something interesting is that an astronaut is holding a flag on the moon.

What is something you liked in the book?
Something I liked in the book was when the spaceship was going to earth.

Pizza Hut Book It!: 18/40
Building Bridges: 20/25

“Silly Monsters ABC” by Gerald Hawksley


“Silly Monsters ABC” by Gerald Hawksley

Our local library was closed, so we had to look at other options. We could wait until Monday, drive to the main library, go drop a crazy amount of money to buy the books, or read on the Kindle.

Since we have been experimenting with different types of book media, I let Lily try a book on the Kindle.

She loved it!

Lily’s Book Report

I liked the book.

What silly monster is your favorite?
The one that turns upside down. Ungle.

What silly monster is your least favorite?
My least favorite monster is the one with the x-ray eyes. Xoodle.

Why do you think the author wrote this book?
Monsters. They begin with different letters of the alphabet.

Pizza Hut Book It!: 17/40
Building Bridges: 19/25