Chester Raccoon and the Almost Perfect Sleepover

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Chester Raccoon and the Almost Perfect Sleepover talks about Chester’s first sleepover with his friends at Pepper Opossum’s home. The friends hanged upside down by Willow Creek, played Follow the Leader, rolled in the dust, played darts, and ate yummy snacks (bugs and rotten fruit). They sure had a lot of fun during the daytime. However, when other friends were sleeping, Chester missed his home and family. He was so sad that he began to cry. Then he was sent home by Mrs. Rabbit. Chester fell asleep in his own tree hollow after hugging his mom.

I really like the beautiful pictures in this book. I laughed with Chester when Sassafras Skunk stinky puffed. I wanted to catch minnows and skip stones across the water, too. I cried a little bit when Chester missed his mom. I am happy he finally went back home and met his mom. I’ve never been to a sleepover. I think I might miss my mom, too, on my first sleepover. But I am still looking forward to it because it is always a lot of fun to play with my friends. I recommend this book to five- to eight-year-old kids.

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Author Audrey Penn • Barbara Leonard Gibson, Illustrator
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Tanglewood
Publish Date 2017-May-16
ISBN 9781939100115
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Issue August 2017
Category Children's


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