ï Let's Have a Parade, Said Lana || ✓ PDF Read by ↠ Erica Silverman

By Erica Silverman | Comments: ( 246 ) | Date: ( May 25, 2020 )


  • Title: Let's Have a Parade, Said Lana
  • Author: Erica Silverman
  • ISBN: 9780544106772
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Let's Have a Parade, Said Lana

  • Tammy Haberer

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  • Caryn Caldwell

    Energetic and imaginative, Lana is dying to have a parade. Unfortunately it's raining, so her more-practical family members all refuse to participate -- until Lana moves her parade indoors and begins marching up and down the hallway. She's having so much fun, how can everyone not join in?The text has a nice rhythm, and the illustrations have a fun, lively feel that really brings the story to life. While it's difficult to figure out exactly where Lana's imagination begins and reality ends, that's [...]

  • Jason

    I read this right after reading Let's Go Fishing, and I'm beginning to wonder if Lana isn't performing some kind of voodoo on her family to get them to play with herThere's an eerie similarity to the pattern of participation in both books

  • Becky

    First sentence: Pitter pitter pat, sang the rain. Mama was making pancakes. "Let's have a parade," said Lana. "It's raining," said Mama. Papa set the table. "Let's have a parade," said Lana. "We'll all get wet," said Papa. Jay poured syrup. So did Ray. "Let's have a parade," said Lana.Premise/plot: Lana, the heroine, really, really wants to have a parade. Her family have excuses, admittedly good excuses, for not wanting to have a parade. When she can't get anyone to join her, she creates her own [...]

  • Lorie

    Lana wants to have a parade but it is raining and her whole family assures her that it is not a good day for a parade. She perseveres, lines up her toys, and decides to have a parade in the hall. The beat of her cheerful drum attracts her family one by one until everyone joins in bringing their own instrument to play along. This Green Light Reader uses short sentences and repetitive phrasing to engage new readers. The fun, lyrical story and colorful pictures will appeal to young readers. I would [...]

  • Andréa

    Note: I received an unbound galley of this book from the publisher.

  • Samantha

    Lana wants to go host a parade, but each of the members of her family is too busy to play with her. Undeterred, Lana plans and executes a parade anyway, which draws the attention of her family for a happy ending.Highly recommended series for grades K-3.

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