Monday, September 9, 2013

Review: Fluffy's 100th Day At School

When Ms. Day's class has a party to celebrate the 100th day of school, Fluffy finds out how rowdy but fun parties can be. The winner of the seed-eating contest and a 100-inch dash, Fluffy is one indomitable guinea pig.

We picked this book up from our public library.

This is a great read to read to the children when they have been in school for 100 days. I do believe I may recommend this book to my son's teacher if they celebrate.
You have Fluffy who has been in school for 100 days! Wow isn't that a lot, I know it is for my little guy.
For Fluffy he gets to have a party with the other guinea pigs in the other classrooms. In this story we got to meet Duke, Kiss, and Lucky Sue. When they all come to Fluffy's habitat it seems that they get a bit out of control with Fluffy's things. But not only that there is a race that we get to see who gets first place!
This is also a perfect for math especially since you can combine the reading and math together since you get to count to 100.

About the Author:

Kate McMullan is the author of many books for young readers, including I Stink!, winner of a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor; I'm Mighty; and Meg's Prairie Diary, a historical fiction trilogy set in St. Louis and Kansas in 1856. She has been fascinated by the Lewis and Clark Expedition since the age of ten, when an uncle told her about an ancestor who had gone on the expedition. That ancestor was sixteen-year-old George Shannon. Ms. McMullan lives in New York City and Sag Harbor, New York, with her husband and collaborator, noted illustrator Jim McMullan, their daughter, two cats, and a dog.

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