Charlie's Boat

Charlie s Boat Best friends really are the best when they use their imaginations to help each other Charlie Oliver and Lulu love to play outside together One fine day they all go fishing but Charlie doesn t have

  • Title: Charlie's Boat
  • Author: Kit Chase
  • ISBN: 9780399257025
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Best friends really are the best when they use their imaginations to help each other Charlie, Oliver, and Lulu love to play outside together One fine day they all go fishing, but Charlie doesn t have much fun all he can catch are sticks Next, they build little boats and have a race, but, once again, things don t go very well Charlie s boat comes in last.Things seem prBest friends really are the best when they use their imaginations to help each other Charlie, Oliver, and Lulu love to play outside together One fine day they all go fishing, but Charlie doesn t have much fun all he can catch are sticks Next, they build little boats and have a race, but, once again, things don t go very well Charlie s boat comes in last.Things seem pretty gloomy until Oliver comes up with a plan They build a special boat they can all play on, together Kit Chase offers a sweet ode to friendship in this tale of three best friends who can count on each other to always make play time fun.

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    1. Chase, Kit. Charlie’s Boat. G.P. Putnam and Sons (Penguin), 2017. $16.99. Content: G. PICTURE BOOK.Charlie is an adorable bunny and his two friends are Lulu (bird), and Oliver (elephant). Charlie and his friends go fishing and they both catch a fish and he catches a stick. They decide to make boats and Charlie’s is the slowest. He’s happy for his friends, but a little sad. They decide to build a big boat together and go fishing and Charlie finally catches a fish.The watercolor and ink illu [...]

    2. Join best friends Charlie, Oliver, and Lulu as they go outside to play. They start by going fishing, but Charlie is only catching sticks. So Charlie decides to make a boat using all those sticks he’s caught. But, what can all the friends make to play with together? Kit Chase beautifully writes and illustrates this book about imagination and friendship.

    3. Great little story for encouraging young readers to predict, infer, and celebrate the happy ending. They will also identify with Charlie's feelings of inferiority & insecurity. Great read aloud during the summer when youngsters could build & race their own boats!Soft illustrations, done in watercolor, pen & ink, capture the emotions and cuteness of these friends.

    4. This book is all about friendship and working together to help each other learn and succeed. Told in such a way as to encourage acceptance among young children, the child friendly illustrations are likewise enticing to young readers.

    5. Bunny catches sticks instead of fish, then they build boats and his comes in last. Finally his friends make a bigger boat to take them all out to where the fish are, and Bunny catches a fish. Shows friendships, sharing, and caring.

    6. A sweet story that illustrates how friends can use their problem-solving and co-operation skills to reach an outcome that makes everyone happy.

    7. Friendship story about feeling left out and your friends finding a way for everyone to feel included. Sweet animal story.

    8. This book about friendship deals with a bunch of emotions, none of which are too overwhelming but can still be identified with. Neat illustrations and nice story.

    9. Impossibly adorable illustrations, and a cute story to boot. I squee every time I look at this book, seriously.

    10. Charlie, Oliver and Lulu figure out friendship in this series. Third book with this rabbit, owl and elephant.

    11. I'm pretty sure I remember Oliver's Tree and I liked this as much or maybe even better. Nice how the friends can play and even though they have competitions, they also have cooperations.

    12. Adorable animal friends play outside together and use their imaginations two help one another. Charming and subtly compassionate.

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