Should I Share My Ice Cream?
  • Should I Share My Ice Cream?
  • Should I Share My Ice Cream?
  • Should I Share My Ice Cream?
ISBN: 1423143434
EAN13: 9781423143437
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 14, 2011
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 9.2" L x 6.7" W
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Gerald is careful. Piggie is not.
Piggie cannot help smiling. Gerald can.
Gerald worries so that Piggie does not have to.

Gerald and Piggie are best friends.

In Should I Share My Ice Cream? Gerald has a big decision to make. But will he make it in time?
Using vocabulary that is perfect for beginning readers (and vetted by an early-learning specialist), Mo Willems has crafted a funny story about the challenges of doing the right thing. Fans of the Geisel Award-winning duo will eagerly eat it up

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5
   My kids love his books too
I am a huge fan of Mo Willems. His books about Elephant and Piggie are favorites with my kids. The stories are simple in dialog and illustration but have a way of sucking them in with silly characters. These books are perfect for teaching the comprehension strategy of inferring feelings. I wonder if I should share my ice cream. It is about sharing with someone else. The book shows Gerald the Elephant's thought process as he rationalizes his decision to share his ice cream with his best friend, and it makes me very happy. There was a great discussion in the family about the ending of the story.
 
5
   This is my 3 yr old's favorite Elephant and Piggie book
My 3 year old loves the Elephant and Piggie book. She takes it with her to school. There are a couple from this series that are cute and have a lesson.
 
5
   Love it as always!
I purchase books for my child. She absolutely adores them. She was able to read them over and over and over. I think this would be a great idea to give a gift to someone who is 4-7 years old. I bought Should I Share My Ice Cream for the second time because it was going to my nephew's library. Shipping was very fast.
 
5
   My son and i love the Mo Willems' pigeon books
My son and I enjoy reading pigeon books. This is the first elephant and pig book I have bought for my son. There are more stories in the Pigeon series. The illustration can show the emotion of the elephant.
 
5
   The BEST!!
My daughter is going into 1st grade this year and she is sharpening her reading skills by reading her favorite books. She likes that she can read most of the books herself. She never gets tired of these, we read them every few days. We have about 6 of them, and I buy more when they are on sale.
 
1
   I would choose Dr. Seuss over this. This was just blah .
I am a hardcore nanny and have read a lot of books to my young charges. The story does not flow.
 
5
   #1 Elephant and Piggy book.
We have about a dozen or more of the Elephant and Piggy series. We read these books over and over again, but this is the one we like the most. There are great illustrations in all the books. Adults also like them.
 
5
   Our go to bedtime story
We own about half a dozen of the elephant and piggie books that we discovered recently. My 2 and 3 year old love them but this one is their favorite. This is the book that they chose to read. Gerald gets an ice cream and debates whether or not he should share it with his best friend. He goes back and forth but before he decides to share it, it is completely melted into nothing. Someone appears and saves the day. Great book, great series. The top is for toddler books. There was a point blank and a period.
 
5
   A Review by E.R.
Should I share my ice cream? There is a pig and an elephant in this picture. Gerald gets an ice cream cone in the beginning. Gerald is wondering if he should share his ice cream with someone. Gerald's ice cream doesn't melt in the end but he shares it with Piggy. My favorite part is when Gerald and Piggy share ice cream. It was great. The little parts in the pictures are what I like the most. I recommend this book to first graders because it has words they already know and is a picture book. I recommend this book to kids who like funny books. Go and read this book and then share it with a friend.
 
5
   Delightful story
The ice cream was melting when the elephant was making a decision.
 
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