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by Kay Thompson,Tammie Lyon

Download Eloise's Mother's Day Surprise (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Kay Thompson's Eloise Ready to Read Level 1) eBook
ISBN:
0606141987
Author:
Kay Thompson,Tammie Lyon
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
Turtleback; Turtleback School & Library ed. edition (March 24, 2009)
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Rating:
4.1
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984


Library Binding: 224 pages.

Library Binding: 224 pages.

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Join Eloise and Nanny as they spend the day shopping for the best Mother's Day presents for mother! .

Join Eloise and Nanny as they spend the day shopping for the best Mother's Day presents for mother! This book is great for those just starting to read with its simple stories, increased vocabulary, and longer sentences. Eloise's Mother's Day Surprise (9781416978893) by Kay Thompson. Kay Thompson and Hilary Knight created four more Eloise books, Eloise in Paris, Eloise at Christmas, Eloise in Moscow, and Eloise Takes a Bawth. Hilary Knight, son of artist-writers Clayton Knight and Katharine Sturges, was educated at the Art Students League, where he studied with Reginald Marsh.

For use in schools and libraries only.

Level 1: Kay Thompson's Eloise) Library Binding – August 1, 2015.

Eloise and the Snowman (Ready to Read, Level 1: Kay Thompson's Eloise) Library Binding – August 1, 2015. by Lisa McClatchy (Author), Tammie Lyon (Illustrator). Lexile Measure: 420 (What's this?) Series: Ready to Read, Level 1: Kay Thompson's Eloise. Library Binding: 32 pages. Publisher: Leveled Reader (August 1, 2015).

NOTE: This title is a Bargain Book Copy, purchased direct from the publisher or distributor as excess inventory or a store return. The book is in new condition and will, in most cases, have a small dot or line on the edge of the book.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Nanny takes Eloise shopping for the ""best best best"" Mother's Day gifts.
  • Bil
I purchased several books about mother's day and I won't even put this in my classroom. I hardly ever write reviews but I needed to for this one. The whole book is about a shopping spree for the mother. It's all about consumerism which makes it completely shallow. They use name brands like Godiva in the book (nice that they have product placement in a book for kids!) Each time she goes to another fifth avenue store she says, "Mom needs the BEST BEST BEST!" The book ends with the shopping spree ending- the mother doesn't even appear in the book at all! The whole book is just about buy over priced items- not a good message about mother's day at all.
  • Zan
nice
  • Pettalo
Wow! How did this get published as a children's book? I give it two stars, instead of one, only because it is written at a level that is good for early readers. But, I completely agree with the other reviews! It's about Eloise buying Mother's Day presents, but they throw in some ridiculous product placement and talk about how she has to buy the 'best' (meaning most expensive!) gifts. What kind of message is that sending? No thanks!

And, where is the mom? At the end of the book, she doesn't even actually GIVE the presents to her mom. She just gives them to the manager who sends them to her.

As an aside, the book also mentions how Eloise and her dog both like chocolates. Chocolate can be bad for dogs, so keep that in mind if reading this to your kid if you have a dog.
  • Pad
My daughter also picked this book from the library. Just like the other reviewers had pointed out, this book is so shallow. As I was reading this book, half way thru, I was hoping that the story is going to end with the little girl learning a lesson that material stuff is not what her mother wanted. It was the love from her or something that she made personally, or ANYTHING else than the BEST BEST BEST stuff from the designer stores(Godiva, Saks Fifth Ave and Tiffanys). But no, that didn't happen. The story ended with her giving a flower and chocolate to her nanny who went on a shopping spree with her. This book shouldn't even be at the library.
  • Datrim
My daughter checked this one out from the library. Eloise goes shopping (with her nanny) for Mother's Day gifts. But her mother can only have the "BEST BEST BEST" in name brand gifts: Godiva chocolates, a ring from Tiffany, and something from Saks Fifth Avenue. My four year old does not know these brands, nor do I want her to know them. So ridiculous! In the end, she gives one flower and one box of chocolates to her nanny, and they imply that the mother is somewhere far, far away as they are mailing the gifts to her. Ugh!
  • Shistus
I found myself upset reading this book. It discusses a shopping spree for a mother (whom is not present at any point in the story) involving high end brands listed by name "Godvia" "Tiffany's" "Saks" because they're the "BEST BEST BEST". As you read, (and cringe), you hope the moral is coming. But, it never comes. Do not buy this book.