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by Reg Cartwright,Kevin Lewis
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Arts Music & Photography
  • Author:
    Reg Cartwright,Kevin Lewis
  • ISBN:
    078680596X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0786805969
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  • Publisher:
    Hyperion Books for Children; 1st edition (March 19, 2001)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Arts Music & Photography
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    1369 kb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
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Kevin Lewis, Reg Cartwright (Illustrations). A cumulative story about the construction of a building, beginning with an empty lot at the end of the block and ending with a new house and neighbors.

Kevin Lewis, Reg Cartwright (Illustrations).

Kevin Lewis, Reg Cartwright (Illustrator).

A cumulative story about the construction of a building, beginning with an empty lot at the end of the block and ending with a new house and neighbors. Personal Name: Cartwright, Re. ill. Rubrics: Building Fiction Construction equipment Stories in rhyme. Download now The lot at the end of my block Kevin Lewis ; illustrated by Reg Cartwright. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

com's Kevin Lewis Author Page. The Lot At the End of My Block Mar 19, 2001. by Kevin Lewis, Reg Cartwright. Kevin Lewis is the author of My Truck Is Stuck!, The Lot at the End of My Block, and Chugga-Chugga Choo-Choo.

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Kevin Lewis and Reg Cartwright

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The Lot at the End of My Block features a rhyme similar to the traditional verse "This Is the House That Jack Built": each phrase in Lewis's rhyming text builds on the previous line and expands the poem's refrain.

This book is about a boy watching a new apartment complex being built at the end of his block. It is also written in rhymes. The book is written in the repetitive style like "The House That Jack Built" and songs that are sung in rounds. Young children really enjoy construction stories and pictures (look at the Bob the Builder series) and this book is not only fun to listen to and read, but introduces children to a few construction terms as well. A delightful little book. Lot at the end of the block. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. Toddlers enjoy repetition

Such a book is Michael Cunningham’s A Home at the End of the World. -Sherry Rosenthal, The San Diego Tribune. Michael Cunningham has written a novel that all but reads itself.

Such a book is Michael Cunningham’s A Home at the End of the World. Patrick Gale, The Washington Post Book World. A touching contemporary stor. his novel is full of precise treasure. .A Home at the End of the World is the issue of an original talent. Herbert Gold, The Cleveland Plain Dealer. Beautifu. his is a fine work, one of grace and great sympathy. Linnea Lannon, Detroit Free Press

A cumulative story about the construction of a building begins with an empty lot at the end of the block and ends with a new house and neighbors. By the author of Chugga-Chugga Choo-Choo.

Ces
Written in the style of "the house that Jack built" this book is a fun blend of tough construction trucks, catchy rhymes and rhythms, and colorful illustrations. It's one of my kids' all-time favorites.
Ventelone
We wore out the 2nd copy.....grandma purchased another! That's what happens when 3 boys grow up with the wonderful world of Kevin Lewis books!
Joni_Dep
We really enjoyed "My truck is stuck" and "Dinosaur Dinosaur" so we thought we'd try this book as well. It's just ok, especially when compared to the two before mentioned books. This one is very repetative, reminds me of the old lady who swallowed a fly diatribe. So, if that's something you like, then this book would be for you. otherwise, I would recommend some of Kevin's other books before this one.
Corgustari
This book is about a boy watching a new apartment complex being built at the end of his block. The book is written in the repetitive style like "The House That Jack Built" and songs that are sung in rounds. It is also written in rhymes. Young children really enjoy construction stories and pictures (look at the Bob the Builder series) and this book is not only fun to listen to and read, but introduces children to a few construction terms as well. A delightful little book.
Cozius
When read with a group keeping rhythm with different percussion instruments, this book turns into a party. It started quite by accident. While reading this to my grandson one afternoon, I noticed my son tapping the rhythm to "We Will Rock You" on his knee and I started reading in time with him. My son reached to the floor and picked up the toy rainstick lying nearby and started shaking in rhythm. Then DIL joined in, tapping on a coffee can toy drum. Grandson jumped from my lap to the floor, dancing and clapping. Grandpa came in to see what the commotion was, chose an instrument and joined us. By the end of the book, we had a completely spontaneous whooping, primal, rhythmic party going. It was the most fun I've ever had reading a book to a child. We've worn out the original copy and I stopped by Amazon today to purchase a new one. Good times!