Scholastic, 40 pages
Annie and her pet rabbit, Snowball, invite Henry and Mudge to a dress-up birthday party, but there is some confusion about what the guests are supposed to wear.
LibraryThing member crashingwaves38
This was an all right book. It wasn't great, it wasn't bad. It was just all right. It was amusing to realize that the dress up part was going to be misconstrued. I don't even really know why I feel so ambivalent towards this particular book; I'm sure that others would enjoy it more. But it just
Show Moredidn't capture my imagination or speak to me.
LibraryThing member ekbrumley
This early chapter book helps the emergent reader get their feet wet - it also can be used to talk about how words can be interpreted incorrectly if they are known. "Dress up" means wearing fancy clothes to Annie, but when Henry hears them he thinks "costume party!" Great for teaching prediction.
LibraryThing member Kyle98
Annie's birthday is on Tuesday and she is very excited for a dressup party! She invites here whole family, including her cousin Henry. Annie, Henry, and even snowball, her bunny, had to pick out what they were going to where at Annies big dress-up party. On the day of her party, the house was
Show Moredressed up beatiful and so was Annie and her father. However, when her guests arrived they were wearing pirate costumes because they thought it was a costume dress- up party. They had a great time at the party because the most important thing was her family thought Annie.
Pennsylvania Young Reader's Choice Award (Nominee — 2010)
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