Sweaterweather: & Other Short Stories

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Sweaterweather is about multiple comics in one book. The original Sweaterweather was made in 2003.

The first story is about a turtle and a rabbit hiking. After a few minutes, it starts to get cold. Then they both go into the turtle’s shell and drink tea. The only thing that is shocking is the fact that they can shrink down into the turtle’s shell.
The second story is about a guest coming to dinner. She goes to the store, buys the food, then makes the food. While her dog is setting the table, the guest comes. Then they eat and have a happy dinner. In her stories, she is at least one of the characters.

The third story is about Sara and a friend making sandwiches. On the way to the store, they saw a comic stand. When it was getting late, she was taking so long. So Sara had to drag her away. After the store, they went back to the apartment and ate the sandwiches.

The fourth story is about a cat. He was walking down the street and saw some birds. He gave them a meal and they gave him one feather each. Then the cat planted them and uses them as wings. Then flies into the air.

The fifth story is about a raccoon winning a pie eating contest. He remembers it. Then a bunny that lives in the same building came and said that she was having more babies. So the raccoon sold his TV, etc. Then gave the money to the bunny. She got supplies and built another floor to the building. After that, a goat comes and buys the 1st place ribbon that the raccoon sold.

The 6th story is about a lamb and a turtle building a pool. They gather the supplies then start building. The turtle makes flyer to get people to come. Then the lamb hands them to people. Some of those people are underwater. Everyone has to get out of the pool at midnight. Then they go swimming.

In the 7th story, she was studying bees. A friend was taking care of them. He showed her what to do. He took something out and saw the queen bee. She was laying eggs. The worker bees were making a new queen with a queen cell. Then removed it and let her eat it. It tasted like yogurt and coconut mixed together.

Find out what happens in the 8th story and more when you start reading Sweaterweather . I rate this book 5 stars.

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Author Sara Varon
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 128 pages
Publisher First Second
Publish Date 02-Feb-2016
ISBN 9781626721180
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Issue March 2016
Category Tweens


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