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Please Don’t Read This Book. by. Deanna Kizis (Goodreads Author), Sam Boughton (Illustrations) · Rating details · ratings · 31 reviews. In this laugh-out-loud book that begs readers to break the rules, silliness and hilarity reign supreme! Perfect for fans of The Book with No Pictures/5. Directed by Stuart McBratney. With Sophie Desmarais, Victor von Schirach, Susanna Dekker, Cassie Osborne. A drama-comedy about a novelist hitchhiking across Europe to complete her book tour after her publisher goes bankrupt. Please don’t read this poem. It’s only meant for me. That’s it. Just move along now. There’s nothing here to see. Besides, I’m sure you’d rather just go outside and play. So put the poem down now and slowly back away. Hey, why are you still reading? That isn’t very nice. I’ve asked you once politely. Don’t make me ask you twice/5(K).
Please don t read this.Please Don’t Read This Poem: A Poetry Activity Using Invisible Ink – Kenn Nesbitt’s
Please Don’t Read This! In an attempt to find relief, a woman writes an email to reveal her pregnancy–never intending to send it to anyone. But the email was sent and proved to be a Pandora’s box that unleashes her secrets and memories of the past and present. “Stop!2/5. Directed by Stuart McBratney. With Sophie Desmarais, Victor von Schirach, Susanna Dekker, Cassie Osborne. A drama-comedy about a novelist hitchhiking across Europe to complete her book tour after her publisher goes bankrupt. Please don’t read this poem. It’s only meant for me. That’s it. Just move along now. There’s nothing here to see. Besides, I’m sure you’d rather just go outside and play. So put the poem down now and slowly back away. Hey, why are you still reading? That isn’t very nice. I’ve asked you once politely. Don’t make me ask you twice/5(K).
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Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Sam Boughton Illustrations. In this laugh-out-loud book that begs readers to break the rules, silliness and hilarity reign supreme!
Perfect for fans of The Book with No Pictures. Wait–are you reading this book? Even though the cover asked you not to? Well, if you’re going to read it, then you’ll have to follow the rules, or you’re going to have WAY too much fun.
And you don’t want to have FUN, do In this laugh-out-loud book that begs readers to break the rules, silliness and hilarity reign supreme!
And you don’t want to have FUN, do you? DO YOU?! That’s what I thought. Join along for zany antics, silly sounds, and endless fun in this breaks-the-fourth-wall book that will have readers coming back time and time again–regardless of what the title says. Get A Copy. Hardcover , 32 pages. More Details Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3.
Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 11, Molly Cluff Library! This was a fun book with an interactive element along the lines of “The Book With No Pictures,” where the book makes you do silly things. The only thing that would keep me from raving about this book is the semi-confusing “no means yes” structure. The book tells you things NOT to do so that you go against the instructions for humor’s sake, but that’s an easy message to get muddled.
Sep 27, Kacy rated it it was amazing. What a fun book that parents and children will love to read over and over again! Please Don’t Read This Book is reminiscent of The Book With No Pictures in that it is fun, interactive and has all the things that engages children and makes them love books. This book is definitely going in my elementary library! Thank you to Edelweiss plus for the ARC.
Jan 03, Lee Nelson rated it it was amazing. Thank you for this silly, interactive and fun experience right now! Remote school has been taxing for young children and an engaging goofy book like this is a fantastic break that will be sure to get young kiddos cracking up and releasing some stress.
Witnessing her joy is a great stress release for us as well. It definitely reminds us of “The book with no pictures” which was a hit in our home. We have a new favorite for sure! Feb 26, Beatrice Ilumin rated it it was amazing. Hi, I think: Seriously, do, do, do read this book. And, my friends, who cannot read YET the pictures are big and blue. Your imagination will giggle. Read this with my son and we had so much fun! It is definitely not a book to read before bed.
It got him all hyped up and excited. Feb 11, The Book Squirrel rated it it was ok Shelves: preschool , picture-or-board-book. A bit Meh. Seems like a rip-off of the “Don’t open this book” series. Feb 25, Trevor rated it really liked it Shelves: for-kids-of-all-ages , comedy-humor , story-time. I look forward to reading this to kids at story time. Jan 02, lindsey e wilkes rated it it was amazing.
Such a fun book to share with children. I will definitely read it with my own children as well as my students- there are some fun discussions and writing prompts to come from this! Dec 31, Bernice Hart rated it it was amazing. This is such a delightful book to share with your family and friends.
Kids will love it and laugh too. Feb 07, Ellon rated it really liked it Shelves: print , picture-books. Super cute book. Simple concept but would be really fun to read aloud. I love that one of the things the book tells you not to do that the reader will totally do is to hug yourself and says “I’m the best! Feb 08, Ron Turner rated it really liked it. I’m all about encouraging kids to break the rules.
Resist the orthodoxy children! Jan 31, Karie Rice rated it it was amazing Shelves: kids-books. The girls really loved this one! Chloe said ten stars! Feb 26, DiKrLa rated it really liked it Shelves: children-s-picture-books. Jan 23, Kelly Port rated it it was amazing.
This book has to be one of the funniest picture books I have read in a long time! May 21, Emily rated it liked it Shelves: children-s , picture-book , interactive. Another interactive, break the fourth wall title, focusing on reverse psychology. Which, in some ways feels natural for kids, but in other ways is starting to feel a little creepy. I didn’t think that the directions were especially creative or funny, and there was no real payoff at the end, just a repetition.
It probably works well with a bunch of hyped-up first graders, but it’s not my style. Mar 29, Pam added it Shelves: picture-books , buy-for-bowen. Elementary readers will love the interactive nature of this one and laugh at the antics along the way. Can’t wait to share this story with younger elementary level readers. It’s a cute concept, and I caught myself not following the rules. But I am straddling the fence about suggesting this to children. I wouldn’t want them to confuse this book don’t, with actual life don’t.
Feb 13, Annamarie Carlson she, her added it Shelves: picture-books , age-preschool , publication-year , age-kindergarten , picture-interactive. Another interactive picture book that breaks the fourth wall, asking the reader to do and say certain things. This one isn’t quite as funny as similar books, but it will appeal to the child always looking for more in this line of humor. Mar 16, Deb Readerbuzz Nance rated it liked it Shelves: picture-book , just-for-fun.
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