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I Did It, I'm Sorry book. In each illustration, the correct answer I Did It, I’m Sorry by Caralyn Buehner and Mark Buehner teaches the children everyday moral lessons

I Did It, I'm Sorry book. Do your words and actions help or hurt? In this humorous guide. In each illustration, the correct answer I Did It, I’m Sorry by Caralyn Buehner and Mark Buehner teaches the children everyday moral lessons. This book creates many situations in which a child is faced with a choice and a variety of options. In each picture, is a hidden letter that corresponds with the correct option.

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The Buehners (It's a Spoon, Not a Shovel! 1995, et. continue their mission to make learning decorum a giggle instead of a slap on the wrist. The Buehners (It’s a Spoon, Not a Shovel! 1995, et. In page-long fables, animals such as Ollie the Octopus and Rateesh Rat get into situations that demand decisions, while multiple-choice quizzes allow readers to participate.

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Illustrated by Mark Buehner. A companion book to It’s a Spoon, Not a Shovel, this hilarious quiz book questions what we know about good behavior, as Ollie Octopus, Bucky Beaver and their friends must decide how they will treat others. Caralyn Buehner's snappy, alliterative text makes for an exuberant read-aloud, perfect for sharing between parent and chil. .best of all, this book brims with the sort of solid values every child should learn: never lie, follow the rules, obey your parents and think of others

Caralyn Buehner, Mark Buehner. Do your words and actions help or hurt? In this humorous guide to good behavior, Ollie Octopus, Bucky Beaver, and their friends help point the way to good behavior.

Caralyn Buehner, Mark Buehner. For example, when Howie Hogg is finished playing with straws, sticks and bricks at Grandma's house, he should: (a) Tweeze his snout hairs. b) Clean up his mess. c) Tell Grandma she lives in a pigsty. The correct answer to each behavior problem is hidden in the pictures.

The Buehners? most recent book, Fanny?s Dream, is a Boston Globe-Horn Book Award winner. Caralyn and Mark Buehner live in Salt Lake City, Utah. Bucky Beaver has been happily chiseling the table legs with his new front teeth. When Mother brings dinner in, she is horrified!?Who did this? Mother demands. What should Bucky do: (a) Tell Mom he thinks they have termites? (b) Run off to dam-building class? (c) Or say?I did it. I?m sorry. This hilarious quiz book points the way to good behavior by presenting a series of animals facing moral dilemmas.

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I Did It, I'm Sorry, illustrated by Mark Buehner, Dial (New York, NY), 1998. Working frequently with her husband, artist Mark Buehner, Caralyn Buehner has created a number of entertaining picture books for young children

I Did It, I'm Sorry, illustrated by Mark Buehner, Dial (New York, NY), 1998. I Want to Say I Love You, illustrated by Jacqueline Rogers, Phyllis Fogelman Books (New York, NY), 2001. Working frequently with her husband, artist Mark Buehner, Caralyn Buehner has created a number of entertaining picture books for young children. From the adventures of an ape who roams the city in The Escape of Marvin the Ape to a lonely farm girl's fantasy about marrying a prince in Fanny's Dream, Buehner combines interesting plots with a sense of fun to capture the imagination of her young audience.

Ollie Octopus, Bucky Beaver, Howie Hogg, and other animal characters encounter moral dilemmas involving such virtues as honesty, thoughtfulness, and trustworthiness

Comments: (7)

Coiron
This is my all-time favorite book for kids. I bought it to read to my daughter's first grade class... It was so much FUN and did a great job educating everyone about the choices we make in the real world (in a very funny, super engaging way) while having the opportunity to understand & interact with each student better. The book also has these fantastic, additional hidden pictures within its illustrations that add a delicious icing to the cake. I couldn't help but give this book 5 stars... I did it, I'm sorry!
Siramath
Fast delivery. Book as described!! Great Book!!
Linn
I bought this for my 6 year old. It is a series of short paragraphs with a multiple choice section at the end of each one. The stories are cute and funny, and she really got into thinking about the "right thing to do". Each short story has a different moral-example-saying sorry, telling the truth, being responsible, not following the crowd etc..She also enjoyed looking for the hidden answer in the picture for each short story. A great book-with good examples on doing the right thing.
lubov
I love this book, make your children think about their behavior and also help them to realize the right answer in every case that the book present.
I bought it for my daughter that is 4 years old and I would recommend it for everyone.
unmasked
Great book. It's interactive and teaches children about rules. Kids loved it!
Liarienen
My 4 year old granddaughter loves this book. It's really imaginative, and a good puzzle for kids. I would recomend it highly for 4-5 year olds.
Shaktiktilar
This book really explains to children what it is like when someone says that they are sorry. Received very quickly and would use this user again.
I bought this book to read to my granddaughter, age 3 1/2. She has a great vocabulary. However, this book used so many "big" words, that I had to stop and keep explaining their meanings. This tends to make it uninteresting and a chore for me to read. This book should have been included a description as to age-appropriate language. I'd say about age 9 or 10. But then,the story becomes too immature for a 9-10 year old. In other words, the language is NOT appropriate age-wise with the contents of the story. So this book was a total waste of $ for me.
I Did It. I'm Sorry. download epub
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Mark Buehner,Caralyn Buehner
ISBN: 0803720106
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: Dial; 1st edition (May 1, 1998)
Pages: 32 pages