Clammy Clam (Thingy Things)

Clammy Clam Thingy Things Theme Feeling shy Introducing Clammy Clam It s Clammy Clam And yet Clammy Clam refuses to say a simple hello In this tribute to the silent type readers are reminded that kids can be unpredictable r

  • Title: Clammy Clam (Thingy Things)
  • Author: Chris Raschka
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Theme Feeling shy Introducing Clammy Clam It s Clammy Clam And yet, Clammy Clam refuses to say a simple hello In this tribute to the silent type, readers are reminded that kids can be unpredictable, requiring improvisation and compromise Chris Raschka s expert balance of visual and textual humor will bring even the shyest of readers out of their shells Theme Feeling shy Introducing Clammy Clam It s Clammy Clam And yet, Clammy Clam refuses to say a simple hello In this tribute to the silent type, readers are reminded that kids can be unpredictable, requiring improvisation and compromise Chris Raschka s expert balance of visual and textual humor will bring even the shyest of readers out of their shells This is a fixed format ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book.

    One thought on “Clammy Clam (Thingy Things)”

    1. 1) The author's bio is longer than the book's text2) This book is so simple, it's pretty impossible to read aloud enjoyably3) There's no rise and fall, no plot, no change in character. This GoodReads blurb gives more context (it's about shy kids? would never have guessed from the text!) than the book itself. Would not recommend.

    2. This little 6 1/2 x 6 1/2 inch book is perfect for sharing with 0 - 3 year olds.Clammy Clam behaves just like baby does when making a call to grandparents to show off saying a word. The humor is not lost on the adult and the baby gets to see the same illustration with various inflections of the same text on each page. Very fun.The format is small for use in a group setting. Consider making flannel elements.

    3. Clammy Clam is so shy we never even hear a simple "Hello!"This is among the very simplest of the Thingy Things books. It makes it point of representing what it looks and feels like to be shy, but I'm not sure how to read the last page. It feels a little judgmental.Toddlers and preK.

    4. Another short and sweet, simple text from Raschka. His Thingy Thing collection offers young readers the simple humor that kids enjoy.

    5. Clammy Clam is shy. This one is one of the most accessible texts in this delightful series. Perfect for beginning readers.

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