It Was You, Blue Kangaroo!

It Was You Blue Kangaroo BLUE KANGAROO BELONGS to Lily and they do everything together Almost everything that is Recently Lily has been doing some things some not very nice things by herself And blaming Blue Kangaroo Soon B

  • Title: It Was You, Blue Kangaroo!
  • Author: Emma Chichester Clark
  • ISBN: 9780553112801
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Paperback
  • BLUE KANGAROO BELONGS to Lily, and they do everything together Almost everything, that is Recently Lily has been doing some things some not very nice things by herself And blaming Blue Kangaroo Soon Blue Kangaroo is in big trouble with Lily s mother and is taken away until he learns how to behave How can Lily get her best friend back An engaging cautionary tale abBLUE KANGAROO BELONGS to Lily, and they do everything together Almost everything, that is Recently Lily has been doing some things some not very nice things by herself And blaming Blue Kangaroo Soon Blue Kangaroo is in big trouble with Lily s mother and is taken away until he learns how to behave How can Lily get her best friend back An engaging cautionary tale about the importance of being truthful Kirkus Reviews Clark s bright, clear pictures capture the slapstick, and preschoolers will love the scenes of chaotic disobedience Booklist

    One thought on “It Was You, Blue Kangaroo!”

    1. In a story full of lessons surrounding taking responsibility, Lily and Blue Kangaroo have numerous adventures that end in something going wrong. Rather than owning up to her actions, Lily is happy to point the finger at her favourite friend and stuffy. Eventually, things get out of control and Lily loses Blue Kangaroo, who is banished to a bookshelf for his actions. It is a painful lesson, but someone is going to have to face to consequences and apologise to Mum. Neo loved that he could relate t [...]

    2. Text-to-Teach ConnectionHow often do children get into trouble and blame it onto other? In fact, many adults do the same. I think that this book is a good book to teaches the importance of taking responsibility of what you do and facing the consequences. They will eventually catch up to you! I think this is a good book to open a discussion about things the children may remember doing wrong and blamed on others. "Was it the right thing to do?" "What would have been the best thing to do?" "How did [...]

    3. Asher's favorite of the Lily and Blue Kangaroo series. In this story Lily perpetrates one naughty thing after another and blames it all on Blue Kangaroo until her mother takes him away. Asher had me drawing the kangaroo picture that Blue Kangroo drew as an apology for weeks after reading this book.Sweet, endearing illustrations.

    4. I enjoyed reading this story to my fist grade placement they were able to relate to the stroy when they blamed others for things that they did. I had my students write a letter apologizing to their younger siblings about a time that they blamed them for something they did. This book is great for all ages.

    5. A sweet little story about a girl who blames her decisions and behavior on her stuffed blue kangaroo. Would maybe be a good story for those learning to take responsibility for their own actions. Lovely illustrations.

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