I'm On It!-Elephant & Piggie Like Reading!
ISBN: 1368066968
EAN13: 9781368066969
Language: English
Release Date: May 11, 2021
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 9.3" L x 6.75" W
Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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5
   Really great
For his reading level it is perfect. My son loved the premise of Elephant and Piggie introducing the book and it got him very excited about the rest of the book that was delivered. Great art and message too!
 
4
   Fun
Basically, the goat and the frog are challenging each other to do more and more prepositions at once. It seemed to Dr. Seuss like the simplicity of the fun and the jokes. We were glad that we picked it up. We don 't have much to this author nor in the Elephant and Piggie line, but this was a good one in the series overall.
 
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   This is a fun children's book. My rating 4.25.
Goat is a bit scabby and likes to challenge his friend Frog to follow what Goat does. Goat uses with props all kinds of prepositions. Phib tries to hold himself while balancing on his Lily pad. The game is fun initially, but soon it becomes overwhelming for Frog. Can their friendship survive through all this One-Upmanship''? This is a very colorful book with fun illustrations. The book shares propositions for fun people to learn and enjoy in a young way. This is supposedly part of a series called Elephant and Piggie, where Elephant and Piggie introduce the book and conclude it. I recommend this as a great book to share with children and kindergarten, and primary children. 2021 NetGalley is a source.
 
5
   Fun!
This delightful read is so fun. Has a fun and amusing story. When you finish and am asked by a 6 year old to read again, you have a great read!
 
5
   Children's Book
This is a children's book, and I read it to my twin boys who are 7 years old with special needs. One of my twin boys loves Mo Willems books, so when I told him I was approved for this book, he made me read it right away to him. I love the message in this book and how the message was done. The message was that it is ok to tell a friend that you do not want to continue playing the game that you are no longer enjoying. The pictures were so very cute as always, and the pictures will draw younger children into the book. How the book was written was easy for younger children to understand and to get. I really loved this book and I will buy it for my boys when it comes out. I will receive an ARC of this book. This review is my own honest opinion about the book, like all my reviews are.
 
5
   Fantastic series featuring Elephant and Piggie's friends!
This is a funny, engaging book by Goat and Frog, friends of Elephant and Piggie. Goat and Frog try to copy and out-do each other, but what starts as fun soon turns out to be too much work! Who first stops ''. If your children are a fan of the Elephant and piggie series, they will love reading about their friends. The book has beautiful illustrations and held my 5-year-old daughter's attention. My 8 year old son also loved this book. I am excited to read more of their friends'antics! For the chance to read this book, thank you Disney Publishing and Netgalley for children.
 
4
   The Illustrations Make This Book!
The Elephant and Piggie Like Reading series gives our family new characters a plug for familiar books. Introduces funny words for spatial reasoning in a critical way. Goat and Frog start off by being on it. Their antics get funnier and more far etched as the book goes on and they try to one another up. The text is simple for emerging readers and the illustrations communicate emotion and humor.
 
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