• The Day the Crayons Came Home
  • The Day the Crayons Came Home
  • The Day the Crayons Came Home
  • The Day the Crayons Came Home
  • The Day the Crayons Came Home
  • The Day the Crayons Came Home
  • The Day the Crayons Came Home
ISBN: 0399172750
EAN13: 9780399172755
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 18, 2015
Pages: 48
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 10.2" L x 10.2" W
Weight: 1 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   CRAYONS UNITE!
The whole gang is excited to read this to our kindergarteners at de Diego! The boys are so excited about this two-fer, Taylor said. Thanks for the call, Drew!
 
5
   This book is a story that can be enjoyed on many levels
It's a great story told on many levels. It's a great story, and I'm delighted the kids enjoyed it." The illustrations, by children's book illustrator Frank Trejo, tell the story. My son's name is Duncan, just like the crayon's owner, and I can relate to this story.
 
5
   The day the crayons came home. By Drew DeWitt
I bought both books. My granddaughter loved them, said her great-grandmother, Ethel. Just need to read the first part of the story. Very cute and remembered by the time the confetti fell.
 
5
   Favorite Book for Everyone!
I've had the pleasure of reading this book as much as my kids do. I didn't think a sequel could possibly be as funny as the first. In fact, I was wrong. This book is so good, I almost fell over. My children absolutely love the book. It is an easy read, so creative, and the pictures are fantastic, too. There is a glow-in-the-dark page, but it did not glow for us. If we left it in the light for a while, it might work, he said. However, the book won't glow unless you put it on a stand-alone display. Drew Daywalt has done it again. A creative, laugh-out-loud book to read. It's great for children ages 2.5 to adult.
 
5
   Laugh out loud fun for parents and children!
We're not ashamed to admit that this book was even more fun than the original. It's unique and I think PeopleSoft customers will find it very useful. My 9- and 7-year-old daughters think it's hilarious. The book is a parody of the potty-mouthed Mrs. Poop, complete with illustrations of an animal's poop. Even if you have a very sensitive ear, you can still hear certain words.
 
5
   Love it!
Such a cute face! When an author writes a follow-up to a popular book, the second one is disappointing. It has a few returning characters with mostly new crayons, too. It's a must-have for libraries and a must-read for any fans of witty books with a great message.
 
5
   Sure to be a Hit
I saw this in the Goodreads list of candidates for the Best Picture Book of the Year and thought my granddaughter might like it, Mrs. Booher told The Age. So I had to read it to see what it was like, Mr. Haboway said. But she has liked books from almost the beginning, so I think by the time she is old enough to start learning how to read she will like it, and won't be hurt by having had it read to her a few times. What a cute little monkey! It's just that it's tough to be a crayon. But he has a very clever and witty little fellow who knows how to take care of all his errant crayons.
 
5
   Great book a must have
My 5 yr old grandson absolutely loves it. He wants this book out every night. The story is about a little boy who started getting postcards from the crayons, and the rest is just mechanical. The crayon talking about the horrors he's been through, being eaten by a dog and puckered upon the rug, another one who belongs to the baby brother and can't take it anymore, because baby brother stuck him up the cats nose and bit his head off. It was a great book, and I also got this book for my 3 yr old grandson. It's great to see the kids again, said Blair.
 
5
   My second favorite set of children’s books!
For younger children i always give a set of No David books, have for a good 15 years! When he was in kindergarten or first grade, he brought this home from school. I fell in love bought a set and now they are my go to get set for children from kindergarten to third grade. Lots of books, lots of reading. nan
 
5
   Fun story
Television images could not be loaded. Overall, I would rate this book 5 stars. The dust jacket came apart in the collision. And if you think you're addicted to the Crayons, you're wrong. In my opinion these books are great for elementary school kids.
 
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