Big Pumpkin PDF/EPUB ↠ Hardcover


    Big Pumpkin PDF/EPUB ↠ Hardcover there ll be no pumpkin pie for Halloween, until along comes the bat with an idea to save the day How can the tiny bat succeed where bigger and strong spooky creatures have failed You ll be surprised."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Big Pumpkin
  • Erica Silverman
  • English
  • 19 August 2017
  • 002782683X

10 thoughts on “Big Pumpkin

  1. Mischenko Mischenko says:

    This book is featured on Halloween Reads for Children soon as we saw this on the Halloween table at Barnes and Noble, we had to grab it It a book about a witch who grows a giant pumpkin She plants the seed and watches it grow with plans to make a pumpkin pie, but the pumpkin is so gigantic, she can t even remove it from the vine The ghost thinks he can help, then the vampire, then the mummy, but not one of them is strong enough Will a little bat b This book is featured on Halloween Reads for Children soon as we saw this on the Halloween table at Barnes and Noble, we had to grab it It a book about a witch who grows a giant pumpkin She plants the seed and watches it grow with plans to make a pumpkin pie, but the pumpkin is so gigantic, she can t even remove it from the vine The ghost thinks he can help, then the vampire, then the mummy, but not one of them is strong enough Will a little bat be the answer Follow along in the story to see if they can devise a plan as a team and finally enjoy some delicious pumpkin pie and good company.We loved the story and colorful illustrations which aren t scary at all It has the perfect amount of text per page for young readers It s great with or without the audio and if you d like, you can see and hear the book on YouTube The ending is a wonderful surprise.My rating on this one is 4


  2. Mariah Roze Mariah Roze says:

    Very cute My students really enjoyed this book and got into it.


  3. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    This story is adorable How can I not love a witch and other assorted Halloween time creatures who say Drat And how can I not love pumpkin pie as the goal everyone is striving for This tale uses repetition wonderfully, and shows the power of teamwork, and of sharing It s a great selection for Halloween Only the most fearful child will be afraid of the witch, ghost, vampire, mummy, and bat The illustrations are really wonderful They re very colorful and full of dense details.Great last pa This story is adorable How can I not love a witch and other assorted Halloween time creatures who say Drat And how can I not love pumpkin pie as the goal everyone is striving for This tale uses repetition wonderfully, and shows the power of teamwork, and of sharing It s a great selection for Halloween Only the most fearful child will be afraid of the witch, ghost, vampire, mummy, and bat The illustrations are really wonderful They re very colorful and full of dense details.Great last page, though not a huge surprise.I smiled a lot as I was reading this book


  4. Gator Gator says:

    The big pumpkin by Erica Silverman, published in 1992 This is a great book to read aloud with some lights on to enjoy the colorful illustrations It s a short story with colorful illustrations that can be read in one sitting, the kids will love it, as will the adults What s better than a witch, ghost, vampire, mummy and a bat all in one book, and don t forget a big pumpkin too Fun read.


  5. Set Set says:

    I really liked this book, it is very Halloweeny The colors are nice and the story is original It s about a witch that grew a pumpkin to make pumpkin pie for Halloween The pumpkin is too big and she needs help from her friends to bring it home I really liked this book, it is very Halloweeny The colors are nice and the story is original It s about a witch that grew a pumpkin to make pumpkin pie for Halloween The pumpkin is too big and she needs help from her friends to bring it home


  6. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    A very fun cumulative tale that just begs to be read aloud, Big Pumpkin is a story I would probably have loved as a kid, with its fun cast of Halloweeny characters and the repetition that would help me read right along Even now, I found it quite entertaining as a ghost, vampire, mummy, and bat all try to help a witch pull her BIG pumpkin off the vine so that she can make pumpkin pie The ending is absolutely adorable The pictures are quite fun There s a great message here about teamwork A very fun cumulative tale that just begs to be read aloud, Big Pumpkin is a story I would probably have loved as a kid, with its fun cast of Halloweeny characters and the repetition that would help me read right along Even now, I found it quite entertaining as a ghost, vampire, mummy, and bat all try to help a witch pull her BIG pumpkin off the vine so that she can make pumpkin pie The ending is absolutely adorable The pictures are quite fun There s a great message here about teamwork and, of course, I am now craving some pumpkin pie


  7. midnightfaerie midnightfaerie says:

    What an awesome story All my kids loved this one, the 6 yr old as well as my preschoolers My 3 yr old twins are still scared of a lot, especially Halloween stuff, and when they saw the witch I could see the hesitation in their eyes But they loved it once they realized it was about all the scary characters of Halloween working together So much fun and they fought over who was going to read it first later on Lots of fun Highly recommended


  8. Abigail Abigail says:

    Hoping to make her favorite treat a pumpkin pie, of course , a witch plants a pumpkin seed in her garden in this charming Halloween tale, carefully tending the plant which springs from it, and watching it as it slowly develops into a massive gourd But when the pumpkin proves too large to move by herself, the witch is forced, much against her inclination, to accept the offers of help made by a passing ghost, vampire and mummy Despite these ghoulish assistants, the pumpkin stubbornly stays put Hoping to make her favorite treat a pumpkin pie, of course , a witch plants a pumpkin seed in her garden in this charming Halloween tale, carefully tending the plant which springs from it, and watching it as it slowly develops into a massive gourd But when the pumpkin proves too large to move by herself, the witch is forced, much against her inclination, to accept the offers of help made by a passing ghost, vampire and mummy Despite these ghoulish assistants, the pumpkin stubbornly stays put, until a tiny bat flies by, and has a bright ideaAs a confirmed pumpkin pie lover I also enjoy pumpkin bread, pumpkin soup, roasted pumpkin seeds, and pumpkin whoopie pies , it was a foregone conclusion that I would appreciate Erica Silverman s Big Pumpkin, which introduces the traditional monsters of the season in a gentle, non threatening way The message of the book that it iseffective, as well asfun, to work together is a welcome one, particularly as it doesn t overwhelm the story itself The accompanying illustrations, done by S.D Schindler in gouache, are spooky but not too spooky and fun All in all, this is a winner, when it comes to Halloween fare for younger readers, and I m glad that it was chosen as one of our October selections, in the Picture Book Club to which I belong, where our theme is witches and monsters


  9. Jessica Jessica says:

    A cute book about a witch trying to make a pumpkin pie The pumpkin is so big no one can move it until they work together The smallest of they crew knew how to get the job done.


  10. David David says:

    Big Pumpkin by Erica Silverman, illustrated by S.D Schindler is a fun Halloween book about a witch who can t get pull her big pumpkin off the vine without some help I had forgotten reading this, until the Goodreads Picture Book Club selected it and I reread it Although witch pulled and she tugged and she pulledthat pumpkin just sat Along came a ghost I am bigger than you and stronger, too, said he Let me try Well, the witch wanted that pumpkin for herself, but she needed help sin Big Pumpkin by Erica Silverman, illustrated by S.D Schindler is a fun Halloween book about a witch who can t get pull her big pumpkin off the vine without some help I had forgotten reading this, until the Goodreads Picture Book Club selected it and I reread it Although witch pulled and she tugged and she pulledthat pumpkin just sat Along came a ghost I am bigger than you and stronger, too, said he Let me try Well, the witch wanted that pumpkin for herself, but she needed help since Halloween was just hours away.After ghost comes vampire, mummy and finally bat, who suggests that they all pull together The vine snaps and the pumpkin bounces down to the witch s door The witch quickly makes and shares the pumpkin pie with her guests Sorry to see them go, the witch plantspumpkin seeds for next year.Silverman s text has a strong rhythm and repetition that children and adults will enjoy, and which makes it a popular read aloud choice Apparently there is a soundtrack that goes with the book.Schindler s colorful illustrations are rendered in gouache on colored paper and really reinforce the text The humorous, not scary, illustations convey movement well I love the dapper vampire, the details on the witch s hat and robe, and the characters pulling on the stubborn pumpkin and vine My favorite pictures include the title page with witch reading Spook s Spring Seed catalog, everyone falling when the pumpkin finally snaps off the vine, and the illustrations of everyone eating the pumpkin pie.This tale offers opportunities to use different voices for the characters I recommend this for school and library collections For ages 3 to 7, Halloween, monsters, pumpkins, read aloud, witches, cooperation, teamwork, repetition, and fans of Erica Silverman and S.D Schindler


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Big Pumpkin[PDF] ❤ Big Pumpkin By Erica Silverman – Thomashillier.co.uk A little bat uses brains over brawn in this not so scary Halloween picture book The witch has grown the biggest pumpkin ever, and now she wants to make herself a pumpkin pie for Halloween But the pump A little bat uses brains over brawn in this not so scary Halloween picture book The witch has grown the biggest pumpkin ever, and now she wants to make herself a pumpkin pie for Halloween But the pumpkin is so big she can t get it off the vine It s so big the ghost can t move it, either Neither can the vampire, nor the mummy It looks as if there ll be no pumpkin pie for Halloween, until along comes the bat with an idea to save the day How can the tiny bat succeed where bigger and strong spooky creatures have failed You ll be surprised.


About the Author: Erica Silverman

Is a well known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Big Pumpkin book, this is one of the most wanted Erica Silverman author readers around the world.