Lunchtime (2020)

Lunchtime Rebecca Cobb Lunchtime It s lunchtime for one little girl but she s just not hungry A visiting crocodile bear and wolf however are starving It s just as well that children taste revolting
  • Title: Lunchtime
  • Author: Rebecca Cobb
  • ISBN: 9780230749528
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Hardcover
Lunchtime Rebecca Cobb It s lunchtime for one little girl, but she s just not hungry A visiting crocodile, bear and wolf, however, are starving It s just as well that children taste revolting
Lunchtime Rebecca Cobb

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    Published :2020-02-23T11:11:00+00:00

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  1. Geoff Battle

    The illustrations within Lunchtime are big and bold, feeding off the white space on each page The sentences are short and simple, enough to engage younger readers with the story and older readers with potential reading For the genre, these are great points.The story however is somewhat disappointing Following a girl who refuses to have her lunch, a bear, crocodile and wolf appear potentially dreamed up and eat it up, savouring the taste how lucky they are The little girl is hungry come dinner ti [...]

  2. Darshana Khiani (Flowering Minds)

    A perfect picture book simple, imaginative, colorful, and relate able by every young child who would rather be doing something else than eating.The little girl is drawing and painting pictures of animals and does not want to pause for lunch But she must and so she sits and sits at the dining table, until a colorful crocodile appears under the table asking for her untouched food Soon a bear and a wolf appear Not to worry these are friendly animals, after all she created them hint, hint The animal [...]

  3. Sheryl Guise

    We adore this book What a find at the library Miss very very close to 5 is perhaps a little older than the target audience But she loves it, and Miss nearly 7 took her nose out of her chapter books long enough to read it too Both adore the illustrations they are just so relatable to kids, the connections from page to page are very clear and so very cute The story is great for Miss nearly 5 who is in the running for the world s slowest eater Next time we all get down from the table and she compla [...]

  4. Stef Rozitis

    At first I read this book and I thought that was nice but so what I did really really like the colourful and whimsical drawings though, I was going to say they reminded me of the drawings in the paper dolls then I realized that would be because Cobb did in fact illustrate that book The book grew on me In a sympathetic non judgemental way it is telling children that skipping meals is not a great idea It looks at power but with humour and gentleness I think I will look at it again.

  5. Cai

    It is lunch time but someone doesn t want to eat So her animal friends help her with her lunch.This is a great story to help children who like to refuse their meals The illustrations were very cute This book was read on Play School.V 6 months old.

  6. Library Quine

    The little girl in this book is too busy drawing and colouring to stop and eat When she sits down at the table, the animal friends from her drawings come and devour her meal However, at her next meal she is so hungry she eats everything while her friends look on.

  7. Keris

    Joe and I both really enjoyed this I loved the illustrations, Joe loved the idea of the animals eating the little girl s lunch He also liked the illustration of her doing paintings that looked a lot like the paintings he does.

  8. Den

    This book didn t appeal to me It s all about a young girl who is too busy colouring to eat her food so instead she shares it with a wolf, a bear and a crocodile They re hungry but don t eat girl.

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