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The Biggest Pumpkin Ever

The Biggest Pumpkin Ever

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by Steven Kroll

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Two mice, each without the other's knowledge, help a pumpkin grow into "the biggest pumpkin ever"--but for different purposes.

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The Biggest Pumpkin Ever 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
MsKristiesClass More than 1 year ago
This story started out with a mouse who wanted to win a pumpkin contest. Then a boy named Clayton, then another boy name Desmond. They both discovered the little pumpkin on the same day. Soon he had an idea that it could become the biggest pumpkin in the neighborhood. One after noon one of the little boys mix up some fertilizer that night the other little boy and did the same thing. The next day…  Both of them did the same thing again. The pumpkin grew and grew and grew. The pumpkin was as all most as tall as Clayton.  The second day… The two boys brought out there brother’s and one brought out there mother to ,which was Clayton’s but all of them said to use sugar water, then his pumpkin got enormous, and the pumpkin was not even full grown  but if you want to see how big it is you have to read the book.  I think this book was cute because it has little mice trying to win a contest. There is a giant pumpkin that there growing in garden. I like that they covered the pump kin with blankets. I also like that mice on motorcycles bring the pumpkin to the contest. If you like pumpkins and mice that grow pumpkins you should read this book.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Because of the loving care of a town mouse and a country mouse, a pumpkin grows to huge proportions--and makes for the best Halloween ever! A great story with light humor sprinkled throughout. It also stresses the importance of compromise without being too heavy-handed.