About this product
- SynopsisTrack 1, page turn signals; track 2, no page turn signals.
- AuthorJudi Barrett,Ron Barrett
- Publication Date1976-01-01
- PublisherScholastic, Incorporated
- Weight2.9 Oz
- Width8.7 In.
- Length9.8 In.
- Dewey Decimal823/.9/1
- Dewey Edition18
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- afcosmeticsFeb 06, 2009by
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
This book was wonderfully imaginative! It is a story about the infamous "bedtime story" ritual. This bedtime story is told to two boys by their creative grandfather. He tells a story of a town called Chewandswallow where people receive all their meals from the sky. Some days it rains sunny side up eggs, bacon, and orange juice and others hot dogs with baked beans and soda. Until one day things go horribly awry when it begins to rain ginormous pancakes and syrup which completely cover the school. Another day it was nothing but gorgonzola cheese! P.U. Other really funny situations occur in this superb book. Great for kids from 2-12. I loved it too! Highly Reccommended read.
- fleurdeposhApr 04, 2007by
Just As I Remembered...
This book is pure fun. I remember reading it as a kid and the thrill was there today as well when I read it to my children. We used it with a Unit Study for homeschool and it went over well. The story works well for K-5 in my opinion. I have all boys and they loved it which is unusal because they aren't big readers. AS far as graphics go, as the story progresses the illustrations go from black and white to bright, fun color! These people live in a town called ChewAndSwallow where they eat whatever food comes down from the sky.... pancakes, orange juice, hamburgers! The one day they leave the little town on stale bread boats and... well you'll just have to read the story! Fun, Fun, Fun! I'm still grinning about it!
- ghost_rider_079Jun 16, 2008by
Cloudy with a chance of meatballs is one of the most memorable literature experiences of my childhood. As a child I loved delving into this world of whimsical fantasy. Now as an adult I bought a few copies for my personal library and for the next generation to come. This book is an easy read and can be enjoyed by any age level. If you have not read this book you have been missing out for sure. Bon Appetit!
- hkj123*123Dec 07, 2008by
This book describes the town of Chewandswallow, where the weather comes three times a day, at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and is always food and beverages. The rain is juice and soup, the snow is mashed potatoes, and the wind brings hamburgers. However, when floods and storms of food come, the town must do something to survive. This is an adorable childhood favorite of mine that I will forever cherish and for sure share with my children and grandchildren in the near and (hopefully not too near ha ha) future.
- tobe327Apr 08, 2009by
This is such a creative title for such a creative book!
I love this book! I remember reading it when I was a child and just had to buy it for my 3 year old. The story of a town that has weather in the shape of food is brilliant!
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