We Share Everything! Hardcover – Aug 1 1999
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"Munsch and Martchenko are their typical energetic selves here." (The Toronto Star)
About the Author
Robert Munsch is a storyteller and the bestselling author of more than 30 books, including The Paper Bag Princess, Love You Forever, Alligator Baby, Andrew's Loose Tooth, Ribbon Rescue and We Share Everything! He lives in Guelph, Ontario. Michael Martchenko loves to draw. He has illustrated dozens of books, and is most famous for his work with Robert Munsch. Recent books for Scholastic include We Share Everything! Andrew's Loose Tooth, Alligator Baby and Oonga Boonga. He lives in Toronto.
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All of Munschs' books, including We Share Everything, are great pattern books which are great for teaching a variety of early reading skills including making predictions, etc.
He scored a big time hit with me and my students!
They are 5 & 8 and did not have a problem with the undressing issue -- they know what is appropriate & what is not. We usually discuss when we read books about what is real & appropriate and what is just pretend.
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Love it and and the board board books are great for little ones and I love that it is changed to daycare for the young children.Published on June 16 2014 by Kelsey
I was horrified when I read "I Love You Forever"- another children's book by Mr. Munsch that results in a mother using a ladder to break into the house of her adult son to rock him... Read morePublished on May 11 2002 by Amazon Customer
I read this book to my kindergartners for the first time this year. We laughed and laughed because it was so much like life in our kindergarten class. Read morePublished on May 15 2001
The author reinforces gender stereotypes with a "humorous" ending where the girl and boy exchange clothes, resulting in a teacher exclaiming to the boy about his wearing... Read morePublished on March 19 2001 by Teri Shugart