Cookie's Week

by Cindy Ward

Board book, 2004



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Putnam Juvenile (2004), 34 pages


Cookie the cat gets into a different kind of mischief every day of the week.

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LibraryThing member anne07
Always gets a laugh at preschool storytimes. Simple, but very cute.
LibraryThing member saralogue
This is a cute days-of-the-week type of book for early readers. It provides a cute and relatable character, and students could easily read this book on their own in a relatively short amount of time.
LibraryThing member kmcgiverin05
This is a realistic fiction book.. it is short and sweet, with cookie the cat. The reader gets to see what cookies whole week looks like and all of the troubles she gets into. She is a flat character that we don't know much about. I would use this for primary ages when working on the the days of
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the week and reading the days of the week.
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LibraryThing member madelinelbaker
This book is a good example of realistic fiction because it follows a week of a kitten named Cookie doing things that normal kittens do, such as falling in the toilet. The main character in the story is Cookie the kitten, and she is a kitten who makes a mess everyday except Sunday. The author does
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a good job describing things that a real kitten would do, and you should be aware of before you get a kitten. The setting in the story is the house that Cookie lives in, this plays a role in the story because the things around the house is what she makes a mess of. The artwork in this book looks like it is water color pencils.
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LibraryThing member rvangent
This is a good example of realistic fiction because the cat does things that normal cats would do such as make a mess in the kitchen or the closet. It is true to life in that the cat does not talk or do any behaviors that cats would not normally do. It gets into one mess each day of the week.
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Media: watercolo
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LibraryThing member quicksilvertears
This is a great book for children learning the days of the week and the repetative nature of the book will help a new reader begin to recognize words and "read" the book with an adult. The illustrations are fun and colorful.
LibraryThing member IreneF
Cookie's Week was one of my daughter's favorite books when she was a toddler, and we still treasure it. (She's in her twenties.) The black-and-white kitten gets into different trouble from Monday to Saturday, and, "Tomorrow is Sunday . . . Maybe Cookie will rest!" Maybe.

It was years before I
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figured out that the point of the book was teaching the days of the week. It's also something kids can relate to--Cookie knocks plants off the windowsill, upsets the trash can, climbs the curtains--generally making a mess of things.
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LibraryThing member leila_library
Both of my kids (3,5) think this book is hysterical.
LibraryThing member lrflanagan
This tells a story of a cat named Cookie's week, Monday through Sunday. It is not much of a good story, but it is cute for very young children. It is good for learning the days of the week.
LibraryThing member kaitlinc23
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Level: Primary

This book is a good example of realistic fiction because it is about at cat that goes on little adventures, that could happen, during the week. It is a good book for early readers because it has short sentences and uses easy words. The pictures are detailed
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so a reader could also use the pictures as a guide.
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LibraryThing member amn004
An exciting story about a cat named Cookie and what all she gets into each day of the week. Good for reviewing the days of the week with young learners.
LibraryThing member missyweeks
An exciting story about a cat named Cookie and what she gets into each day of the week. Good for reviewing the days of the week with young learners.
LibraryThing member cwollan09
Genre: Realistic Fiction

Point of View: The story is told from a third person perspective. Cookie is the main character of the story and his actions are told by the narrator/author of the story.

Review: Cookie is a young cat who keeps getting into messes. This book is a good example of realistic
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fiction because the messes Cookie the cat gets into could indeed happen to a cat. It is also slightly informational throughout the book; it can be beneficial for students learning the days of the week.

Media: watercolors and colored pencils
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LibraryThing member NatalieCJones
This was a realistic fiction book that focuses on the mischief a cat named Cookie. This would work well for younger kids, as it introduces the concept of patterns, particularly with the use of weeks. It would be best for 1st or 2nd grade. This book starts off on Monday, and describes what the cat
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does, and then the result of that mischievous action. It moves throughout the week, and when the book comes to Sunday, the cat decides to rest.
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LibraryThing member wichitafriendsschool
Toddlers will love following Cookie through the days of the week--and seeing all the trouble he causes around the house!
LibraryThing member books-n-pickles
Cute little picture book where Cookie the cat gets into new trouble every day. Kind of like Bad Kitty for the really little set. Probably won't pass on, since the niece already has the latter.


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