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Seeing Red Reviews
The highly popular Robert Munsch, gives us another funny and highly entertaining story in "Seeing Red". This is a great story to read out-loud to children since the class I read it to this morning got many laughs and giggles out of it! The effort that the two main characters put into changing their hair colour by using their imagination is a great way to get children talking about the unique hair that they were born with. It's a wonderful story that shows how we are all different in appearance b [...]
I quickly read this book at work and found it humorous little story about how boys play tricks on each other. Alex want's red hair like his buddy Arie's. Arie sends him on a goose chase of eating 10 tomatoes, bottles of ketchup, and Mexican Pepper claiming it will turn his hair red. Alex finds that it doesn't work and decides to turn the tables on Arie. Coupled with great illustrations this is a wonderful new edition to add to your Robert Munsch collection.
We've watched a lot of books by Robert N. Munsch narrated online at tumblebooks. We love his enthusiastic narratives and the expressive way that people react to what's going on in the story. This book reminded us strongly of his story 50 Below Zero and some of the repetitive aspects of the story seemed to be taken right from this tale. The illustrations by Michael Martchenko are just as colorful and cartoonish as we've come to expect. The tale is also strongly reminiscent of Freckle Juice by Jud [...]
There's isn't much you can say about this, it's a Robert Munsch book with Robert Munsch Content. It's going to be goofy it's going to be fun and it's Michael Martchenko's art.The story although repetitive really didn't seem overly repetitive. I am a big fan of Michael Martchenko's art designs. Between the small stories he places in the background to the little details on the pages. But there are some really good details I like in this book. I love the detail of how the boys are all wearing Kippa [...]
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I enjoyed this one quite a bit. I suppose you could say it is about one-upmanship in the realm of practical jokes!
A funny story of friends Alex and Arie who both envy the colour of the other's hair. Practical jokes ensue.