The Day I Had to Play with My Sister (My First I Can Read Series)

The Day I Had to Play with My Sister (My First I Can Read Series)

by Crosby Bonsall

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Overview

Older brother thinks he knows the rules to hide-and-seek. But little sister has her own idea of how to play. And the resulting confusion, compounded by a lively dog, is hilarious. Now available for the first time in full-color and reformatted as a My First I Can Read Book, Crosby Bonsall's appealing story and simple text will delight emergent readers.

Author Biography: Crosby Bonsall's many beloved I Can Read Books include The Day I Had to Play with My Sister; And I Mean It, Stanley; The Case of the Hungry Stranger; and the My First I Can Read Book Mine's the Best.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780812461459
Publisher: Harpercollins Childrens Books
Publication date: 04/28/1999
Series: My First I Can Read Series
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range: 3 - 6 Years

About the Author

Crosby Bonsall’s many beloved I Can Read Books include The Day I Had to Play with My Sister; And I Mean It, Stanley; The Case of the Hungry Stranger; and the My First I Can Read Book Mine’s the Best.

Crosby Bonsall’s many beloved I Can Read Books include The Day I Had to Play with My Sister; And I Mean It, Stanley; The Case of the Hungry Stranger; and the My First I Can Read Book Mine’s the Best.

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The Day I Had to Play with My Sister (My First I Can Read Series) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MaggieLizz on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Two sisters are outside playing in the leaves and the older sister wants to play hide and seek so she trys to explain to her little sister how to play but she didn't seem to understand. So the older sister tried a couple more to explain to her how to play the game, but it still didn't get through to her. This story made me laugh because it reminds me of me and my little sister. When we were little, I would always want to play a game with her and sometimes she would want to play other times she didn't know how and didn't want to learn. One idea I thought of to interact students with this book is having each student who has sibllings, draw pictures of how they play with their siblings. For those that don't have a sibling, I would have them pretend they did and they could do whatever they want with their imaginary sibling.