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Give Me Back My Dad! av Robert Munsch
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Give Me Back My Dad! (utgåvan 2020)

av Robert Munsch (Författare)

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After almost 170,000 votes tallied, the winning story of our Pick-A-Munsch contest is here! In Fall 2010, Scholastic Canada launched a promotion that allowed young readers to help select the story by Robert Munsch to be published as his 30th book with Scholastic Canada. After close to 170,000 votes tallied, the fans have spoken -- here are the details of the winning story: Cheryl and her dad go ice fishing, but it turns out that the fish are pretty smart. They are trying to catch the people right back! In the end, Cheryl and her father bring home something really good . . . and it's not a fish at all! This story was inspired by a young girl in Rigolet, Labrador. Twenty years ago Robert Munsch went ice fishing with a girl named Cheryl and her father, and this story was born. He has performed it live for many years now, but it has never appeared in book form before. Scholastic Canada is proud to bring this wonderful, whimsical tale to young readers everywhere!… (mer)
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Titel:Give Me Back My Dad!
Författare:Robert Munsch (Författare)
Info:Scholastic Canada (2020), 32 pages
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Give Me Back My Dad! av Robert Munsch

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Who is smarter, a human or a fish. There are some pretty smart and pretty tricky fish in this book. It will take a master genius to outwit them. The story has some problems, like does a $50,000 bill actually exist. Overall it’s a fun read. ( )
  LibrarianRyan | Aug 30, 2019 |
summary: Cheryl and her dad went ice fishing and they leave with something other than fish! The fish are trying to catch people back!
reflection: I thought this book had an interesting twist in that the roles were reversed in a fishing scenario! I laughed so hard when Cheryl came out of the water frozen, it was so silly. I can't imagine being in water that cold! And I don't want to!
  dempseydee | Oct 4, 2018 |
This book can be useful for children to learn that they need to think twice when making a decision. I liked all he illustrations because children can easily understand what the book is about. ( )
  lsierra19 | Mar 20, 2013 |
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After almost 170,000 votes tallied, the winning story of our Pick-A-Munsch contest is here! In Fall 2010, Scholastic Canada launched a promotion that allowed young readers to help select the story by Robert Munsch to be published as his 30th book with Scholastic Canada. After close to 170,000 votes tallied, the fans have spoken -- here are the details of the winning story: Cheryl and her dad go ice fishing, but it turns out that the fish are pretty smart. They are trying to catch the people right back! In the end, Cheryl and her father bring home something really good . . . and it's not a fish at all! This story was inspired by a young girl in Rigolet, Labrador. Twenty years ago Robert Munsch went ice fishing with a girl named Cheryl and her father, and this story was born. He has performed it live for many years now, but it has never appeared in book form before. Scholastic Canada is proud to bring this wonderful, whimsical tale to young readers everywhere!

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