Won Ton and Chopstick

About the Author: Lee Wardlaw

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  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Won Ton and Chopstick
  • Lee Wardlaw
  • 26 April 2018
  • 0805099875

Won Ton and Chopstick Won Ton has a happy life with his Boy, until Ears perk Fur pricklesBelly low, I creep peek FREEZEMy eyes full of Doom.A new puppy arrives, and nothing will be the same.Told entirely in haiku and with plenty of catitude, the story of how Won Ton faces down the enemy is a fresh and funny twist on a familiar rivalry.NCTE Notable Poetry List Book New Download Won Ton and Chopstick [ by ] Lee Wardlaw [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – onedayyourdayweddings.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Won Ton and Chopstick

  1. Ricki says:

    Adorable TaleFun for All, EspeciallyMiddle Grade and TeenVocabularyWill Teach the Crowds to Love WordsFantastic Must ReadRecommended forUse as a Mentor Text forCreative WritingThe IllustrationsCapture the Fun of this TaleOr Should I Say Tail This book was good fun, and I particularly recommend it for use in middle or high school settings but it would be accessible in elementary settings, as well It is important to infuse picture books into older classrooms, and this is the perfect text to do s Adorable TaleFun for All, EspeciallyMiddle Grade and TeenVoc...

  2. Kristine Hansen says:

    A tale told entirely in haiku with such humor and wit that I laughed several times in the reading of it The new dog is driving the cat crazy but eventually they come around to harmony Love the dog s true name at the end This is the perfect book to use with a poetr...

  3. Beth says:

    New pet in the houseWon Ton is quite unhappyWill they become friends

  4. Angie says:

    As someone who would like to one day introduce a dog into my cat household I found this book wonderful I will admit that I don t always appreciate the brevity of haiku and am terrible at creating them What really made this book fun was the story and...

  5. Amelia Aretz says:

    Title Won Ton and Chopstick A Cat and Dog Tale Told in HaikuAuthor Lee WardlawIllustrator Eugene YelchinGenre Picture book of poem s Theme s Cat, Dog, Haiku SenryuOpening line sentence It s a fine life, Boy Brief Book Summary The book tells the story of a cat who is content with life until the Boy comes home with an unwelcome surprise The cat butts head with the new puppy and it is told through haikus and senryu, two forms of Japanese poetry The cat is upset with the lack of attenti Title Won Ton and Chopstick A Cat and Dog Tale Told in HaikuAuthor Lee WardlawIl...

  6. Julia says:

    This was an original find for me on GR and one that caught my attention due to the supposed formatting of the book Due to I like poetry and I wanted to see how a children s book is written in haiku it was definitely a Must Read while my sister was able to also get the first one of the series thus allowing me to meet Won Ton before he met the pup that she keeps calling Fruit Snacks As with the original book the story has chapter titles thus giving a chronological plot to the story as well as m This was an original fin...

  7. Cheryl says:

    Almost as good as the first Won Ton A Cat Tale Told in Haiku except that I m confused about the puppy s name s They don t have to be read in order, but I recommend that you do read the first as it s wonderful, addressing issues of shelter pets and adjustments to...

  8. Meg McGregor says:

    I have always loved cats and dogs This book, written entirely in haiku, deftly explores the feelings a cat may experience when a new puppy joins the family My favorite haiku is the following Your secret revealed.What ...

  9. Eva says:

    Great follow up to Chopstick Anyone with any cat experience will find it perfectly captured by Lee Wardlaw.

  10. Jen (The Starry-Eyed Revue) says:

    Reading at the Kids Table Thanks to Macmillan for the review copy Katie age 6 I didn t really understand it, but I liked that after a little while the cat and dog liked each other I liked when the cat and the pup snuggled together and the pup was a good pillow.Jen Katie s mom We haven t gone over haiku yet and I don t think they re even close to broaching the subject at school yet, so this one went a little over Katie s head in terms of how the story was told But she got the gist of the Reading at the Kids Table Thanks to Macmillan for the review copy Katie age 6 I didn t really understand it, but I liked that after a little while the cat and dog liked each other I liked when the cat and the pup snuggled together and the pup was a good pillow.Jen Katie s mom We haven t gone over haiku yet and I don t think they re even close to broaching the subject at school yet, so this one went a little over Katie s head in terms of how the story was told But she got the gist of the story overall She preferred when I read to her, but she enjoyed looking at the pictures and seeing the antics of the cat and dog as they got to know one another and become buddies.Aubrey age 6 I liked it because the kitty cat was all mad and that was funny I...