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10 thoughts on “Popcorn

  1. Theresa Theresa says:

    The storyline is cute and funny, but I just can t get past that Sam s Halloween costume is the most simplistic caricature of a Native American s traditional outfit tribal headband with feather and a loincloth The book was published in 1979, so I get why, but I can t in good conscience recommend it for sharing with your kids in 2016.


  2. Sara Grochowski Sara Grochowski says:

    This was one of my favorites growing up Reading it now, years and years later, I found myself seeking out the same things that I loved when I was a kid The popcorn spilling from the chimney, the characters faces upon eating so much popcorn, and the moment when the parents reveal their surprise for Sam Still wonderful all these years later


  3. Camille Sylvester Camille Sylvester says:

    I loved this book as a kid, and now my kids have started bringing it to me every day to read again to them It s such a cute, fun Halloween story.


  4. Claire Claire says:

    Great story behind why I adore this book So the doctors office I went to as a child had this book in the waiting room and EVERY time I went to the doctor s office, I HAD to read this I even read it as I got too old to read these sorts of books Then one visit, it was gone And I was devastated Years went by and one day my mom found it at a garage sale and bought it for me SO EXCITED Great story


  5. Alex Konieczny Alex Konieczny says:

    This is the ultimate hangover parable I would eat popcorn like in this book Ryan


  6. Rebecca Baker Rebecca Baker says:

    Sam Bear had no idea what would pop up when he invited his pals over for a costume party on Halloween night Mama and Papa Bear have left him alone to attend their own party and he has the whole house to himself, what could go wrong A simple request of his pals to bring a treat turns into a hilarious coincidence and comedy of errors Will Sam s Halloween be ruined Will his parents come home to a frightful mess Author of over eighty children s books, Frank Asch crafts a charming Hallows Ev Sam Bear had no idea what would pop up when he invited his pals over for a costume party on Halloween night Mama and Papa Bear have left him alone to attend their own party and he has the whole house to himself, what could go wrong A simple request of his pals to bring a treat turns into a hilarious coincidence and comedy of errors Will Sam s Halloween be ruined Will his parents come home to a frightful mess Author of over eighty children s books, Frank Asch crafts a charming Hallows Eve tale in Popcorn Parent s Magazine Press, 1979 Popcorn is a longer beginning reader 40 pages with a large typeface and is appropriate for ages 3 8 years old Parents, educators, and librarians will appreciate the hilariously relevant message that sometimes less isWith colorful, easy to follow illustrations and a funny premise, Popcorn is sure to leave you satisfied


  7. Ms. B Ms. B says:

    My go to Halloween story With similar endings, it reminds me of Strega Nona Even though, I am giving this 5 stars for nostalgic reasons it is dated Some of the costumes reinforce incorrect stereotypes i.e Sam s costume of an Indian on the front cover.


  8. Noah Noah says:

    I love that the popcorn fills the whole house and then he doesn t care if he ever sees another popcorn in his whole life And then his mom and dad came home and brought him a present And it was popcorn


  9. H H says:

    It s a great story, but in 2017 we now recognize that many of the costumes are racist.


  10. Marcia Van Camp Marcia Van Camp says:

    Read this as a kid and even though it s a simple story it really captures my imagination So happy to share it with my kids


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Popcorn ✯ [PDF] ❤ Popcorn By Frank Asch ✼ – Thomashillier.co.uk Sam Bear invites his friends to an impromptu Halloween party and asks them to bring a treat Sam Bear invites his friends to an impromptu Halloween party and asks them to bring a treat.