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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Emily Jenkins
  • ISBN:
    0375855254
  • ISBN13:
    978-0375855252
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  • Publisher:
    Yearling; 33612th edition (May 11, 2010)
  • Pages:
    176 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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    4.2
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Toys Go Out: Being the Adventures of a Knowledgeable Stingray, a Toughy Little Buffalo, and Someon. y Emily Jenkins . He lives in Brooklyn, New York

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Lumphy, StingRay, and Plastic-the toys from the beloved chapter books Toys Go Out, Toy Dance Party, and . Here is the second book in the highly acclaimed Toys Trilogy, which includes the companion books Toys Go Out and Toys Come Home. Lumphy, Stingray, and Plastic are back!

Lumphy, StingRay, and Plastic-the toys from the beloved chapter books Toys Go Out, Toy Dance Party, and Toys Come Home-are back in a glorious full-color picture book, perfect for gift-giving this holiday season. Acclaimed author Emily Jenkins and Caldec. Lumphy, Stingray, and Plastic are back! And this time the lovable trio finds that their little girl has left for winter vacatio. Toys Come Home: Being the Early Experiences of an Intelligent Stingray, a Brave Buffalo, and a Brand-New Someone Called Plastic (Toys, #3).

Toys Go Out: Being the Adventures of a Knowledgeable Stingray, a Toughy Little Buffalo, and .

Toys Go Out: Being the Adventures of a Knowledgeable Stingray, a Toughy Little Buffalo, and Someone Called Plastic. Toys Come Home: Being the Early Experiences of an Intelligent Stingray, a Brave Buffalo, and a Brand-New Someone Called Plastic (Toys Go Out). The Dragons of Blueland (My Father's Dragon Trilogy (Paperback)). Elmer and the Dragon (My Father's Dragon Trilogy) (My Father's Dragon Trilogy (Paperback)).

Here is the second book in the highly acclaimed Toys Trilogy, which includes the companion books Toys Go Out and Toys Come Home

Here is the second book in the highly acclaimed Toys Trilogy, which includes the companion books Toys Go Out and Toys Come Home. Lumphy, Stingray, and Plastic are back! And this time the lovable trio finds that their little girl has left for winter vacation and taken a box of dominoes, a stegosaurus puzzle, and two Barbie dolls-but not them. Could she have forgotten them? As the girl starts to grow up, the three best friends must join together to brave a blizzard, save the toy mice from the vacuum, and make sure that they’ll always have the little girl’s love.

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A Junior Library Guild selection.

A Junior Library Guild selection. Six stories relate further adventures of three best friends, who happen to be toys, as they encounter a fearsome (possible) shark, enjoy a dance party, and deal with rejection by The Girl, who is growing up. The toys are left in - In which there are wonderful costumes and violence occurs - The garbage-eating shark (which is not the same as the possible shark) - Concerning that plump mouse Bonkers, the vacuum cleaner, and a friendship between fish - In which there is a sleepover and somebody needs repair - Let's do. Our nails.

Lumphy, Plastic, the one-eared sheep, and the toy mice all stay on the floor. The bed is a nice place to be. It has a warm patchwork quilt and four fluffy pillows. It has a warm patchwork quilt and four fluffy pillows ss of water and a stack of books. Every night, StingRay gets to cuddle with the Little Girl. StingRay even goes under the covers

LUMPHY, STINGRAY, AND Plastic are back! . Author: Jenkins, Emily. Please note that the Lexile measures for a small population of books have been recently updated.

LUMPHY, STINGRAY, AND Plastic are back! In this sequel to the hugely successful Toys Go Out, the lovable trio finds that their little girl has left for winter vacation and taken a box of dominoes, a stegosaurus puzzle, and two Barbie dollsbut not them. Enhancements were made to more precisely measure materials read in K-2 classrooms.

In this sequel to the wildly popular Toys Go Out, Lumphy, Stingray, and Plastic return for a whole new set of adventures.

Listen to unlimited audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. In this sequel to the wildly popular Toys Go Out, Lumphy, Stingray, and Plastic return for a whole new set of adventures. Their little girl is leaving for winter vacation, but she's forgotten to take them! In these rousing stories, the lovable toys spend their time alone surviving the perils of a blizzard, rescuing the toy mice from the vacuum, and, of course, having a rockin' dance party with the washing machine. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

StingRay, Plastic, and Lumphy are back in another utterly charming chapter book from Emily Jenkins detailing what the toys are up to when the girl who owns them is out. From the opening chapter featuring a courageous and hilarious attempt at a snow rescue (involving plastic dinosaur. From the opening chapter featuring a courageous and hilarious attempt at a snow rescue (involving plastic dinosaur placemats and a spatula) to the final pages involving an unfortunate (or not) incident with nail polish, this sequel to Toys Go Out (Schwartz & Wade, 2006) matches the first volume for winning appeal

“A bit like the great movie Toy Story and a bit like the wonderful Kate DiCamillo book The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane. This is a great family book.” —The Washington Post on Toys Go Out, the companion to Toy Dance Party  Here is the second book in the highly acclaimed Toys trilogy, which includes the companion books Toys Go Out and Toys Come Home and chronicles the unforgettable adventures of three brave and loving toys. Lumphy, Stingray, and Plastic are back! And this time the three extraordinary friends find that their little girl has left for winter vacation and taken a box of dominoes, a stegosaurus puzzle, and two Barbie dolls—but not them. Could she have forgotten them? As the girl starts to grow up, the three best friends must join together to brave a blizzard, save the toy mice from the vacuum, and make sure that they’ll always have the little girl’s love. (And they still have time to throw an all-out dance party with the washing machine!)"Poignant and compelling, this sequel sparkles." —Kirkus Reviews, StarredFrom the Hardcover edition.

Zut
We were very excited to hear that the sequel to Toys Go Out was coming out this fall. We immediately preordered it, as we love that book. However we were a bit sad that this one is slightly less wonderful.

In this book continues to follow the misadventures, and emotions of the toys of "the little girl", mainly Plastic, Buffalo, and Stingray. In addition there is also a new friend, a shark that joins in. The story is told from the toys perspective, with occasional omniscience into what others are feeling.

The adventures are similar to the first book, but there are two things that have changed. One is that since the girl is growing older and now into barbies (who are non-people in this book), the toys are feeling sad neglected, and apparently more than a little hostile about things. The second thing is that the girl (now named "Honey") apparently knows that the toys play without her, and they don't hesitate to leave signs of their adventures behind.

I think both of these changes make it a sadder, less fun book for kids. They know they don't have toys like these since they don't see the signs. Further Honey isn't very nice to the toys, which is fine since she is growing up. However children are not very aware of their own cruelty to toys (which is fine), as they move on, so they don't understand. It also makes Honey someone you don't want to identify with. So again limits the degree to which the kids get enmeshed in the book. Either of these would be fine if the first book hadn't been so completely wonderful, and gotten our standards so high.
Sarin
This series is my and my daughters' very favorite read aloud. It is engaging and funny and delightful enough for four year olds, but provides enough vocabulary and ideas to stretch the mind of my seven year old, and witty enough to keep me excited to read it aloud. My friends have read it aloud with great success even to their sixth graders. The illustrations are great too!
Asyasya
We enjoyed Toys Go Out for it's humor and spot-on characterization. It's the kind of book that is equally appreciated by kids from 5 to 10 and their parents.

I didn't know TOY DANCE PARTY, which features the same cast of characters, existed until recently. Oh, I am SO glad that I found it. This story just gives us more to love. More of those characters who so clearly reflect all of our own shortcomings -- bossiness, fear, loneliness and so much more -- while showing us what it means to love each other. We also get to meet a new character, the shark, who fits in perfectly with the gang and with the spirit of the book.

Perhaps because we already knew and love the characters, or perhaps because the story has matured, I love TOY DANCE PARTY even more than TOYS GO OUT. You should read that one first, but definitely don't miss TOY DANCE PARTY.

Ms. Jenkins says in this book that she wrote it because many wrote and asked for her. When I read that part to my 5-year-old son, he said, "Can we write her now, and ask her to write a 3rd, 4th, and 5th book?" I agree wholeheartedly -- please, more from the toys!!
Kifer
Great book, my two daughters have loved the Toys Go Out book for years and we got this one from the library a couple of years ago, but my youngest daughter asked for this for her birthday. I also got the Toys Come Home book but we haven't read it. This is a great bedtime read-out-loud book and one chapter is good for about 20 minutes or reading. It's fun for the parent to read, it's not foolish drivel like some kids books are. The content is appropriate for all ages with no mature themes, suspenseful parts, or violence, but it's funny and my 10-year-old still likes hearing it. Hey, Emily, if you're reading this, WRITE MORE! We love these books.
Brightcaster
This sequel to Toys Go Out is absolutely wonderful. It is even better than the first book and well worth reading. When I read it aloud to my children, they were sitting on my bed. They squealed, laughed, pounded pillows, threw themselves backward and sometimes even shrieked in delight at the antics of their favorite characters. There was never a dull moment. This book should become a classic. We love it so much. I hope to read it to my grandchildren in some far off future day.
Uyehuguita
Great, fun book! The hi-jinks continue. I read this aloud to my six-year old daughters. I did swap out a few words, especially the reference to ax murders in the basement. I just said spiders instead. No need to add to nightmare candidates. The little songs and personalities for the toys were very fun.
Cordanara
What a fun book! We love this series. I have a 3 year old and 7 year old boys and they love it.
Grandaughter love it.