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The Petes Go Marching
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HarperCollins 2018
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IL: LG - BL: 2.8 - AR Pts: 0.5
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#1 New York Times bestseller James Dean puts a groovy spin to the classic children's song "The Ants Go Marching" with everyone's favorite cool cat.

Join Pete the Cat as he rocks out to this classic tune with a supercool twist in this paper-over-board picture book.

Your child, or even your classroom of children, is sure to want to march along with Pete, 1, 2, 3!

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Format:
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Street Date:
03/06/2018
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780062304131
Accelerated Reader:
LG
Level 2.8, 0.5 Points
Lexile code:
AD: Adult Directed
Lexile measure:
360

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James Dean. (2018). The Petes Go Marching. HarperCollins.

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James Dean. 2018. The Petes Go Marching. HarperCollins.

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James Dean, The Petes Go Marching. HarperCollins, 2018.

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James Dean. The Petes Go Marching. HarperCollins, 2018.

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Your child, or even your classroom of children, is sure to want to march along with Pete, 1, 2, 3!

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        In his previous outing, blue cat Pete proved his ability to roll with the punches when his white sneakers were accidentally stained red. Sporting the red treads for the first day of school (they match his electric guitar), Pete is again unflappable. "Pete has never been to the library before! Does Pete worry? Goodness, no! He finds his favorite book and sings his song." School setting aside, little differentiates this book from its predecessor. There's humor to be found in the deadpan expressions of Pete and his fellow cats as he sits with friends in the lunchroom, plays at recess, and solves math problems on the board. But whether the simple refrain and Pete's blasé attitude actually assuage anxious schoolgoers is another story. Pete's song is available as a download. Ages 3–7.

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        October 14, 2013
        Appropriately enough, Pete’s latest includes some valentines for readers: a large foldout poster, a sheet of stickers, and 12 punch-out cards. In the accompanying story, Pete starts out as a skeptic: “Valentine’s Day is not cool,” he tells his friend Callie. She responds that it’s her favorite holiday, and Pete needs no more convincing than that—as soon as he gets home, he starts making homemade cards. By book’s end, Pete has distributed valentines throughout his community; he forgets about Callie, but she’s understanding: “Hanging out with you... that’s way better than any card.” Just like Pete skateboards his way through town, he slides through these minor Valentine’s Day dramas effortlessly. Ages 4–8.

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        Pete the cat’s yellow, dead-eyed stare is always good for a laugh, and it’s even better when he’s wearing big white bunny ears, a buck-toothed rabbit snout, and a puffy white tail. It’s all in a day’s work for Pete after he agrees to lend the Easter Bunny a hand (“Find the eggs. Paint the eggs. Hide the eggs,” reads the note Pete discovers in his otherwise empty Easter basket). The story itself is quite thin—after painting the eggs, Pete quickly hides them and receives a “#1 Helper” ribbon from the Easter Bunny himself for his efforts (“Helping others can be lots of fun!” reads the tacked-on closing message). Readers are more likely to be drawn in by all the extras tucked into the pages, which include stickers, a foldout poster, and a dozen perforated Easter cards that can be removed and given away. Ages 4–8.

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        July 1, 2018
        Forget the ants; when the Petes (as in Pete the Cat and his doppelgdngers) go marching one by one, "the groovy one stops to have some fun," etc., until Pete and his band are ready to perform. As always with Pete vehicles, the text seems incidental to the outta-sight illustrations: pen, ink, and paint creations in tie-dye colors.

        (Copyright 2018 by The Horn Book, Incorporated, Boston. All rights reserved.)

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Your child, or even your classroom of children, is sure to want to march along with Pete, 1, 2, 3!

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