Best Read [Margery Cuyler Michael Garland] ☆ That's Good! That's Bad! on Santa's Journey || [Historical Fiction Book] PDF ☆

By Margery Cuyler Michael Garland | Comments: ( 507 ) | Date: ( Feb 20, 2020 )

On Christmas Eve, Santa sets off to deliver presents to a little boy But between a snowstorm, an icy roof, and a dusty chimney, things don t go as expected.Get ready to laugh out loud as Mr Claus trips on a cat, bumps his head on a table, and rips his pants There s never a dull moment for this accident prone Santa That s bad No, that s good

  • Title: That's Good! That's Bad! on Santa's Journey
  • Author: Margery Cuyler Michael Garland
  • ISBN: 9780805087772
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Margery Cuyler Michael Garland

Margery Cuyler is the author of many books for children, including From Here to There, The Little Dump Truck, and That s Good That s Bad The idea for That s Good That s Bad was inspired by a conversation with her son, Thomas, who asked, Can t bad things change into good things Ms Cuyler grew up in the oldest house in Princeton, NJ, and started writing stories as soon as she learned how to write She now lives in the same house with her husband, sons and two catscmillan author marger

Comments That's Good! That's Bad! on Santa's Journey

  • Danielle Boccio

    There was potential here but I just don't think the "that's good, no that's bad" thing worked. My kids enjoyed it, though!

  • Karen

    This book was almost funny. Almost. It either tried too hard, or not enough. The best parts were the illustrations by Michael Garland.

  • Heather

    This accident prone Santa had an epic night filled with mishaps and excitement. The illustrations were hilarious and really enhanced the story.

  • LynnDavidson

    This is one of those "that's good, no that's bad" scenarios. One Christmas Eve Santa found himself in one situation or another. The reader thinks that's good! but the narrator says, no that's bad. Then it goes from bad to good, from good to bad, and so on. Poor Santa had a very mishap filled night delivering presents.

  • Laurie

    Kirkus Reviews (September 15, 2009)Cuyler continues her That's Good! That's Bad! series with this Christmas-themed offering focusing on Santa's travel tribulations and delivery difficulties. On each double-page spread, one more step of the Christmas toy-delivery process takes place with a seemingly positive effect or, alternatively, Santa suffers some minor mishap such as getting stuck in a chimney. After each plot point, the repeated refrain of the title (or its reverse form) makes readers see [...]

  • Jeremy

    Santa's journey on Christmas is filled with unexpected obstacles when he is delivering presents to a young boy. He get's stuck in a chimney, trips over a cat, and even rips his pants. Hijinks galore make this holiday, fantasy book a fun adventure for primary school children. Teachers can use this book to teach children sequencing and patterns with the 'oh, that's good/no, that's bad' and 'oh that's bad/no, that's good' and how those words guide the story. They can make predictions of something b [...]

  • Jenny

    Santa has a pretty eventful night after a blizzard causes him a delay. One good and bad thing after another happen to Santa as he tries to deliver presents to all the boys and girls. But the things you think are good aren't quite what they may seem, and sometimes the bad things turn out to be good. Kind of like in life. :)Cute illustrations although Santa isn't as jolly or kindly looking as I would expect. He must be under a lot of stress with so many things going wrong in one night.

  • Nielson

    Santa's journey is full of surprises this year! On his way to deliver presents he encounters a snowstorm, slippery roofs, skinny chimneys, ripped pants and morehe is one accident-prone Santa! This was a cute book, but the "Oh, that's bad. No, that's good!" part interrupts the flow and doesn't make sense. The illustrations make it worth the read though-they are fantastic! EL-OPTIONAL. Whitney, Library-TeacherLabels: EL, picture book, optional

  • Shanshad Whelan

    It appears that this book wants to pattern itself after a zen tale where what first appears to be good luck is bad luck, and bad luck winds up being good luck depending on the circumstance. Problem is, this doesn't really work. The story makes no sense and despite the comical artwork fails to deliver.

  • Angie

    Meh. For as much fun as the first one That's Good! That's Bad! is this one was just sub-par. Won't be using it in any stories or lessons this season.

  • Deborah

    It's a fun Christmas version of the reversal story (what seems to be good turns out to be bad and vice versa) but this one has some stretches in why something is good or bad. Still, it's a story that has Santa splitting his pants, so it has to be fun, right?

  • Amanda Hartley

    I wasn't very captivated by this book. I do believe it would be a fun book to read around Christmas time.

  • Kim

    Love the illustrations!

  • Anna

    The artwork is fun which is the only reason I gave it 2 stars. The story is lame.However, both my grandsons really liked it!

  • Tina Bartholoma

    Christmas, sequel, repeated refrain

  • Julie

    This is a incredibly fun story. It is my favorite new Christmas story.

  • Sara

    This has a fun underlying concept, but it seemed to drag on.

  • Sarah

    The Good/Bad thing did not really work.

  • Suzan

    A fun read aloud book that kids can participate in. I loved the illustrations.

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