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Can I Play Too? (Elephant and Piggie Series)
     

Can I Play Too? (Elephant and Piggie Series)

4.1 13
by Mo Willems
 

Gerald is careful. Piggie is not. Piggie cannot help smiling. Gerald can.

Gerald and Piggie are best friends.

In Can I Play Too? Gerald and Piggie meet a new snake friend who wants to join in a game of catch. But don't you need arms to catch?

Mo Willems' Geisel Award-winning duo never fails to tickle readers of all ages. Like previous Elephant & Piggie

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Can I Play Too? (Elephant and Piggie Series) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My 4yr old loves Elephant & Piggie books and is getting quite the collection. Can I Play Too? is by far the favorite of his 2 yr old brother, and I have to say it's my favorite of them all, too.
MarmaladeLibby More than 1 year ago
**Originally posted on Libby Blog** From the mouth of my 5-year-old... This is about an Elephant and a Piggie who are gonna play ball. It's really funny because it goes "Bonk, bonk, bonk, when they try to play ball with the snake." Then the Piggie gets an idea and it's really cool because they all play together. Her thoughts: It was really cool. The pictures were pretty with blue and pink and green. I like it because it has a "Y" and "T" and "L"! My thoughts: My daughter giggled and giggled when we read this together this morning which I LOVED! She really liked Elephant and Piggie. It was interesting because for some reason the easy words and simple layout of it all made her decide to repeat each bit that I read as we went along and suddenly SHE READ ONE ON HER OWN! Now I completely get that she probably just guessed at it and got lucky, but seriously it was SO cool! She was SO PROUD that she "READ" it! :) These books are so fun and I highly recommend them for little ones like my 5-year-old! The can always use more Mo!
Off4Summer More than 1 year ago
ALL of the Elephant and Piggie stories are wonderful!The text is written so beginning readers can read it and the illustrations bring on great conversation about how each character is feeling and thinking. I teach first grade and used this book for a lesson about Dr Martin Luther King Jr. this week. Pig and Elephant want to play catch but Snake has no arms to play that game, but they find a way to include him with his differences. There isn't a Mo Willems book I don't like ! The Naked Mole Rat is perfect for anytime there is change ,,, It may be different but we still will have fun.
TheWhistler More than 1 year ago
My ten-year-old laughs at this book, as do I, when I read it to his 5-year-old sister. The road to discovery can be painful, and Gerald and Piggie are just trying, in their clueless way, to discover how to include Snake in their ball game. If that worries people, they certainly shouldn't read their kid the book. My kids are old enough to know not to wham people and animals in the head repeatedly. So they get another important message from this. If you don't want someone to wham you in the head with a ball, tell them to stop! Anyway, we all like this series, but none of them so far has been as funny as this one... not a problem with the rest of the series, mind you, because this one is so good. It's all in the timing.
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My kids are 7 and 5 and we all laughed out loud while reading this book. While another reviewer thought that Piggy and Elephant were cruel to snake we thought that snake was playing a silly joke on elephant and piggy. Snake can laugh at his own differences and is still willing to try new solutions to the problem- how can I play too? I think this comes across very well with the expressions an the animal faces throughout the book. Overall we loved this book and would highly recommend it.
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