Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes!



❰Download❯ ➸ Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes! Author Amanda Driscoll – E17streets4all.co.uk Join a hungry seal as he attempts the impossible task of waiting until his sister s party to eat a delicious birthday cupcake in this hilarious picture book that s perfect for fans of The Bear Ate You Not Eat PDF/EPUB ë Join a hungry seal as he attempts the impossible task of waiting until his sister s party to eat a delicious birthday cupcake in this hilarious picture book that s perfect for fans of The Bear Ate Your SandwichWhat s the one thing you could say to make birthday cupcakes even delicious to Klondike Tell Klondike not Klondike, Do MOBI :ò to eat them Klondike s sister is having a birthday party, and everything is ready the only thing that s left to do is wait until it s time to eat the birthday cupcakesBut Klondike REALLY loves cupcakes And waiting is SO hard The narrator tries everything to keep him from eating the treats, from distracting him with Do Not Eat MOBI î a magician to visualizing tubeworm tacos instead of cupcakes unfortunately, seals like Klondike are big fans of tubeworm tacosAlas, these tactics are no match for Klondike s love of cupcakes It isn t long before he caves to his cravings, and it looks like the party will be cupcakeless Will he be able to whip up a new batch in time A picture book treat Kirkus Reviews.Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes!

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    If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader SandwichWhat s the one thing you could say to make birthday cupcakes even delicious to Klondike Tell Klondike not Klondike, Do MOBI :ò to eat them Klondike s sister is having a birthday party, and everything is ready the only thing that s left to do is wait until it s time to eat the birthday cupcakesBut Klondike REALLY loves cupcakes And waiting is SO hard The narrator tries everything to keep him from eating the treats, from distracting him with Do Not Eat MOBI î a magician to visualizing tubeworm tacos instead of cupcakes unfortunately, seals like Klondike are big fans of tubeworm tacosAlas, these tactics are no match for Klondike s love of cupcakes It isn t long before he caves to his cravings, and it looks like the party will be cupcakeless Will he be able to whip up a new batch in time A picture book treat Kirkus Reviews."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes!
  • Amanda Driscoll
  • 09 June 2019
  • 1524713163

10 thoughts on “Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes!

  1. says:

    Author illustrator Amanda Driscoll s latest charming picture book explores how very, very, very hard it is for little people well, all of us really to wait And how important it is to make amends when you fail Children and parents alike will adore the saga of this weak willed seal A complete delight, complete with a recipe for chocolate chip cupcakes, Klondike approved

  2. says:

    I bet Klondike wouldn t have eaten those cupcakes if this entire book hadn t been written in a weird, second person view.

  3. says:

    Klondike needs to learn some boundaries Boy, you are going to be in a world of trouble if you cannot learn to listen and obey I don t care if you can go and make another batch of cupcakes at the very end of the bookI am talking obesity I am talking diabetes I am talking ISSUES Srsly, this is Merica We got stuff going on here in this book People got control issues People can t say no to themselves People think they are entitled People be takin other people s stuff even when they tol Klondike needs to learn some boundaries Boy, you are going to be in a world of trouble if you cannot learn to listen and obey I don t care if you can go and make another batch of cupcakes at the very end of the bookI am talking obesity I am talking diabetes I am talking ISSUES Srsly, this is Merica We got stuff going on here in this book People got control issues People can t say no to themselves People think they are entitled People be takin other people s stuff even when they told they shouldn t sigh It s just cray cray times Actin like animals hereoh, wait, they are animals here Ha ha ha

  4. says:

    The story is taking place at a house and in the in pages you can see that they have an invitation to a princess birthday party The characters of this book are named Klondike seal , his mother seal , his little sister seal , guard dog bruiser, and the magician that came to the party polar bear When you start reading the story you soon find out that the invitation is for Klondike s sisters birthday party and in the kitchen are cupcakes that aren t supposed to be eaten till the party, Klondi The story is taking place at a house and in the in pages you can see that they have an invitation to a princess birthday party The characters of this book are named Klondike seal , his mother seal , his little sister seal , guard dog bruiser, and the magician that came to the party polar bear When you start reading the story you soon find out that the invitation is for Klondike s sisters birthday party and in the kitchen are cupcakes that aren t supposed to be eaten till the party, Klondike wants one soooo bad and after waiting what seemed like forever he couldn t wait any longer and ate the cupcakes, the effect of that action left his sister without any for her party so he made somefor his little sister and thats how the story ended I would read this in grades Pre K through first grade and teach cause and effect with my students I think I would bring cupcakes in and see how many minutes it takes for the students to ask about them and then give each student one but say they can t touch it and go on with the day and see how the kids react Once it gets to snack time hopefully someone would be asking about it still and that when I will introduce the story and start reading it For Preschool and Kindergarten I would emphasize the actions that Klondike didn t follow the rules and therefore it effected someone else s life and made them have a bad day but when you apologize and take accountability for your actions you can learn from them I would use this book as a learning activity for how to follow rules, why it s important to, how your actions can effect other people In first grade I would actually bring up the terms cause and effect and it would be towards the end of the year when the students would be learning cause and effect

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    Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes is an adorable story about a little seal who struggles to stop himself from eating all the cupcakes for his little sister s birthday party When his self control fails, he has to face the consequences of his little sister s broken heart and the lack of treats for the party guests that are due to arrive soon In the end, Klondike must find a way to make it up to his sister and save the party.I love stories like these, particularly when read to itty bitties Chi Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes is an adorable story about a little seal who struggles to stop himself from eating all the cupcakes for his little sister s birthday party When his self control fails, he has to face the consequences of his little sister s broken heart and the lack of treats for the party guests that are due to arrive soon In the end, Klondike must find a way to make it up to his sister and save the party.I love stories like these, particularly when read to itty bitties Children around five and older may be able to grasp the message a littledirectly but they are past the age where it usually has the most impact No, these kinds of books are perfect for babies and kids that are still getting ready to start school because it teaches them that actions have consequences The consequences are not always you will get in trouble , but may be someone else s hurt feelings, other people going without something because one person as selfish, and so on Teaching these lessons early on helps develop empathy, particularly in children whose brains haven t quite developed the wiring for an emotion that complex yet Klondike teaches its lesson with an adorably illustrated narrative, cute creatures, and tasty treats it is easy to read aloud without doing much prep work and it won t require any extra voices or shenanigans to keep listeners interested which makes it a good book for an easy day story time or a day when the reader might not be feeling too well

  6. says:

    Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes by Amanda Driscoll is a really enjoyable and fun way to teach children the valuable lesson of waiting and being patient, even if it seems impossible In this story, Klondike is faced with the struggle of having to resist eating the cupcakes that were for his sisters birthday party He is offered with several solutions on how to resist this temptation, but eventually, he gives in and eats them all Klondike realizes his mistake and how disappointed his siste Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes by Amanda Driscoll is a really enjoyable and fun way to teach children the valuable lesson of waiting and being patient, even if it seems impossible In this story, Klondike is faced with the struggle of having to resist eating the cupcakes that were for his sisters birthday party He is offered with several solutions on how to resist this temptation, but eventually, he gives in and eats them all Klondike realizes his mistake and how disappointed his sister would be if she did not have cupcakes for her party, so he makes her somecupcakes The illustrations added to the words with lots of punctuation and bolded letters make this story a really fun and interesting read, especially for younger students The bright colors and great illustrations just add to the story that is already very exciting Although I thought reading this story was very enjoyable and that kids would love it, I thought it was missing something very important I think that this story had a great opportunity to really teach the lesson of patience, but instead, Klondike was impatient and never really received any punishment for eating the cupcakes I think it may have been beneficial to add a section of this story explaining to Klondike why he should have waited In the end, he does the right thing and makescupcakes for his sister but I thinkcould have been added to really get the message across to young children Still, I think the story was light hearted and enjoyable for younger students probably around first or second grade

  7. says:

    Starting with the cover, it is already extremely cute illustrations and has very bright and joyful colors Then, on the inside cover, it shows little pictures of Klondike getting ready for a party with other seals that seem to be her family There is an invitation to a birthday party that clues you into what the plot of the book could be These context clues can be used by students to predict what the story could be about The narrator of the story is in direct communication with Klondike, but d Starting with the cover, it is already extremely cute illustrations and has very bright and joyful colors Then, on the inside cover, it shows little pictures of Klondike getting ready for a party with other seals that seem to be her family There is an invitation to a birthday party that clues you into what the plot of the book could be These context clues can be used by students to predict what the story could be about The narrator of the story is in direct communication with Klondike, but doesn t seem to be a character of the story Perhaps it is his conscious or something Either way, it is very fun and immediately draws you into the story There are never any speech or thought bubbles from Klondike, himself, however, the responses of the narrator cue you into what he is thinking or saying This could be used to create a cool writing assignment where the students have to write what they think Klondike is thinking or saying for each page Throughout the book, Klondike is trying to wait until his sisters birthday party in order to eat those cupcakes he tries to keep himself distracted until he just can t any and ends up eating them all Then, after realizing how upset it made his sister, he makeshimself out of love for her It is a very sweet book but honestly lacks depth The illustrations are so cute and make the book very easy to follow, but there isn t really a lesson or point to the book It is a cute book for really young children too I guess it could be used to teach about patience

  8. says:

    Klondike is trying very hard to avoid eating the delicious looking cupcakes that are for his sister s birthday This is told in second person narration So the narrator is talking directly to Klondike about how hard waiting can be, But you heard your mother NO cupcakes until your sister s birthday party The narrator tries to give helpful ideas to Klondike such as pretending the cupcakes are squid sandwiches, tube worm tacos, or maybe even curried crab But that won t work since seals love t Klondike is trying very hard to avoid eating the delicious looking cupcakes that are for his sister s birthday This is told in second person narration So the narrator is talking directly to Klondike about how hard waiting can be, But you heard your mother NO cupcakes until your sister s birthday party The narrator tries to give helpful ideas to Klondike such as pretending the cupcakes are squid sandwiches, tube worm tacos, or maybe even curried crab But that won t work since seals love those things The narrator then says, My highly trained guard dog, Bruiser, will protect these cupcakes Unfortunately, he s no help So the narrator tells Klondike that a magician will help Again, it doesn t help So what does Klondike do, but gobble up the pink frosted cupcakes Now what Blame the dog Blame the magician Will his sister s birthday celebration have to be canceled Cons I was slightly disappointed that Klondike never apologized and wasn t disciplined enough to listen to the narratorcontinue below Pros but he did care enough to problem solve and make amends The illustrations are fun, colorful and kid friendly And the recipe for Chocolate Chip Cupcakes by Klondike in the back of the book should be a great way for kids and adults to share This book offers a good opportunity to talk about what the consequences of not listening might mean.For Full review

  9. says:

    Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes is a cute story about a seal, named Klondike, having to wait to eat cupcakes for his sister s birthday party The story is written in second person, which allows for some funny interactions between Klondike and the narrator In this story the narrator tries to distract Klondike from eating the cupcakes in various ways Unfortunately, the narrator cannot stop Klondike While I really enjoyed the story, I think it could have had a better message Klondike ends u Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes is a cute story about a seal, named Klondike, having to wait to eat cupcakes for his sister s birthday party The story is written in second person, which allows for some funny interactions between Klondike and the narrator In this story the narrator tries to distract Klondike from eating the cupcakes in various ways Unfortunately, the narrator cannot stop Klondike While I really enjoyed the story, I think it could have had a better message Klondike ends up eating the cupcakes, after being told not to several times, but he does not seem to face any consequences Klondike does make it up in the end by making a new batch of cupcakes for his sister s birthday party But I think this teaches that its ok to not wait, just make up for it later I think the lesson should have beenabout being patient But at least it did try to teach that you need to take some responsibility for your actions I absolutely loved the illustration in this book I thought the pictures were very cute and each animal was adorable The way the pictures show what Klondike is doing is also very cute The way the illustrations flow, really help tell the story I think the pictures help create the story, and without them, the story would feel incomplete At the end of the book there is even a recipe for cupcakes I think this cute little edition will make kids want to create their own cupcakes

  10. says:

    Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes is the cute story of a seal who really wants to eat the cupcakes his mom made for his sister s birthday party He waits and waits until he cannot wait any longer, and then he eats them all Once he realized what he had done, he decided he had to remake the cupcakes so his sister s party would not be ruined He remakes the cupcakes and then is finally allowed to eat them again The cover art is Klondike reaching out for the cupcakes and smiling The art on the Klondike, Do Not Eat Those Cupcakes is the cute story of a seal who really wants to eat the cupcakes his mom made for his sister s birthday party He waits and waits until he cannot wait any longer, and then he eats them all Once he realized what he had done, he decided he had to remake the cupcakes so his sister s party would not be ruined He remakes the cupcakes and then is finally allowed to eat them again The cover art is Klondike reaching out for the cupcakes and smiling The art on the back side of the book is Klondike taking the cupcake and walking away with it tucked sneakily behind his back The illustrations work well with the complexity level of the words, which are not very complex There isn t too much going on in most of them, and they are easy to look at and understand I think the illustrations are very well done because you would be able to look at them and get the main idea of what the story is about With all of that being said, I would list this book as a Kindergarten book for sure Kindergarteners can easily look at the pictures as the story is read to them and they will also appreciate the cuteness of the seal and dog illustrations The only thing that let me down about this book is that it easily could have been used to teach a lesson in patience, but it wasn t He didn t listen to his mom and ate all the cupcakes and nothing happened Overall, the book was very cute and Kindergarteners would love it

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