Pete the Cat's Family Road Trip
  • Pete the Cat's Family Road Trip
  • Pete the Cat's Family Road Trip
ISBN: 0062868381
EAN13: 9780062868381
Language: English
Pages: 32
Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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5
   A favorite read before bed, on rainy days, & during quiet time.
Pete the Cat is having none of his troubles. Pete and I were delighted when our granddaughters enjoyed him until she advanced to chapter books.
 
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   World Trade Center?
Pete the Cat is a very good reader, even for beginning readers. However, due to when it was written, Pete's family visits New York City and go to the One World Trade Center, where they ride an elevator to the top and see the Statue of Liberty. The wreckage of the World Trade Center towers rises in the background. Just not a topic I want to get into with a six-year-old.
 
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   World Trade Center = Challenging Explanation
After reading how Pete and his group visit the top of the World Trade Center, I had to try to find a way to explain to a relentlessly curious six-year-old why we also can't visit the top of the WTC like Pete. If you live in or within a few kilometers of NYC, I'd pass on this book.
 
5
   Better than I expected!
The book is a great introduction to some of the big words. Well, first of all, a great story about real places with a cat twist. Pete and his family have drawn ire from some neighbors who complain that they are not allowed to go into the World Trade Center. But the exact wording of the reservation is not correct: We are not at the newly built One World Trade Center. Not original twin towers. It is just that the writer of the letter did not believe in any way that is disrespectful. 0 1492 1492 The writer of the letter did not believe in any way that is disrespectful. My son absolutely loved the book and it gave us plenty of things to discover and discuss outside the book, Mrs Hughes said. Even though we are not technically wizards, we are taking a trip to try some peach pie just like Pete did in his book.
 
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   Cute trip across the USA
But I loved how he said the best thing was traveling with his family. There is a trade center still under construction in New York. Its called the One Trade Center Building, so when i read about a trade center building in the book, i was thinking about the new building. None of us connected the book to the 911 tragedy, the Harrisons said. Others may have a different experience than we do, so I would be sensitive to that. For us, this book was realistic in visiting that location.
 
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   Do NOT buy!!!
Page 11 says the family takes an elevator to the top of the World Trade Center, where a book says that 762 people died in the Sept. 11 attack. nan The book was in the trash.
 
5
   Love Pete the Cat!
My son loves Pete the most and this was enough for him to read, while still giving me some basic information about different places in the United States. He loved to see pictures of the places he has been.
 
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