☂ [PDF / Epub] ☁ Sticky Burr: Adventures in Burrwood Forest(Sticky Burr #1) By John Lechner ✐ – Dailytradenews.co.uk

Sticky Burr: Adventures in Burrwood Forest(Sticky Burr #1) chapter 1 Sticky Burr: Adventures in Burrwood Forest(Sticky Burr #1), meaning Sticky Burr: Adventures in Burrwood Forest(Sticky Burr #1), genre Sticky Burr: Adventures in Burrwood Forest(Sticky Burr #1), book cover Sticky Burr: Adventures in Burrwood Forest(Sticky Burr #1), flies Sticky Burr: Adventures in Burrwood Forest(Sticky Burr #1), Sticky Burr: Adventures in Burrwood Forest(Sticky Burr #1) 22076888306c9 Meet Sticky Burr, His Unshakable Friends, And His Prickly Foes In A Beguiling Graphic Storybook Guaranteed To Grab Young ReadersWelcome To Burrwood Forest, Where A Village Of Seed Pods Are Busy Having Adventures There Are Friends Like Sticky Burr And Mossy Burr, Who Stick Together, And Bad Seeds Like Scurvy Burr, Who Irritates Them Every Chance He Gets Watch Out For Wild Dogs And Maze Trees, Loyal Insects, And Escapes On The Fly In A Gently Quirky Graphic Storybook That Readers Are Sure To Get Stuck On

10 thoughts on “Sticky Burr: Adventures in Burrwood Forest(Sticky Burr #1)

  1. says:

    Tyler and I discovered this in Yosemite but, being frugal, we decided to order it used once we got home It was cute, with some darling pictures the story was a bit predictable, but still a nice message about friendship and understanding Not an amazing book, but entertaining enough and I think kids would like the small world of the burrs.

  2. says:

    Let s break this down1 A burr as a main character2 A grasshopper as a karate instructor3 A possible budding romance between a sticky burr and a mossy burr4 A friendship between a dragonfly and burr5 A princess of lightning bugsI am so happy someone recommended this book to me Can t remember who Probably Mr Schu AWESOME BOOK

  3. says:

    A humorous graphic novel about a forest burr, who stands out in his village because he s nice, not prickly like Scurvy Burr and his bullying friends Through courage and cleverness, and some help from his insect friends, Sticky Burr manages to save the day With bright cartoon illustrations and snappy dialogue, this book is a series of quick bursts of action and adventure Kids might not pick up on some of the subtleties in the smaller cartoon panels, and some of the plot elements seem contrived or superficial Even though the overarching theme of being yourself is made glaringly obvious, most kids both girls and boys will find something to like in this little story Best for ages 7 10.Summary from SPL Sticky Burr is on the verge of being kicked out of his village in Burrwood Forest because he is not prickly enough to suit some of the other burrs, but when the village is attacked by wild dogs, Sticky Burr and his friends come to the rescue Positively reviewed in SLJ and Booklist.

  4. says:

    Look out The wild dogs are coming The pacing doesn t quite work in this, and there s a little too much exposition for my taste That said, the art is engaging enough to keep the pages turning Those burrs are way cuter than any I ve known IRL.

  5. says:

    Sticky Burr doesn t do things like other burrs He is friendly, helpful, and loves music and art Fun graphic novel for 2nd and 3rd graders Excited to share this with students A lot to talk about as well.

  6. says:

    Sticky Burr shows us that being different from everyone else can be just what is needed What a great cast of characters and overall a great hero s journey I love that a grasshopper was the karate teacher Also, the newspaper at the end is great for using in the classroom.

  7. says:

    Very cute graphic novel for the younger set Nature themed, and even a tiny bit educational It s hard to find graphic novels for kids that are not full of ennui, sarcasm, and overly mature content.

  8. says:

    In this graphic novel by John Lechner, readers meet Sticky Burr, an ordinary burr living life with his friends in the Burrwood Forest When you re a burr, there are all kinds of adventures and dangers that await From using birds as transportation and befriending grasshoppers who teach karate to escaping swarms of wasps and pesky bats, the life of a burr is never dull Fans of literary favorites such as Diary of a Worm by Doreen Cronin can take the next step as advanced readers with Sticky Burr Narrated by Sticky Burr, this text allows readers to understand what life is like from the point of view of a burr Silly endeavors and whimsical illustrations hook readers as they explore the Burrwood Forest with Sticky A great start for students beginning to read graphic novels, this book could also be used to teach students how to write from a point of view different from their own I think this book would be appropriate for use with a small group of readers as they analyze how Lechner uses pictures and words to help readers understand what life is like as a burr Check out the sequel as well as other books by John Lechner here

  9. says:

    If graphic novels are the gateway to novels, then this is the entree into graphic novels It s a cute read aloud for little kids Sticky Burr isn t prickly like many of the other burrs in the Burrwood Forest He paints marigolds, composes songs on his ukulele, and has a dragonfly for a best friend Despite being ostracized by his village, he remains loyal The drawings are simple but have a fairy garden quality I like the inclusion of maps, sheet music, and newspaper articles Bonus grasshopper karate teacher.

  10. says:

    This is the cutest thing I ve ever seen.

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