Skeleton Hiccups PDF º Paperback


  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Skeleton Hiccups
  • Margery Cuyler
  • English
  • 10 September 2017
  • 1416902767

10 thoughts on “Skeleton Hiccups

  1. Calista Calista says:

    How does a Skeleton get rid of the hiccups Well, read the story to find out.Cute artwork, warm and cozy The kids had fun with this book and all the things pouring out of the skeleton Very simple rhymes, good for any child able to pay attention Perfect for a cozy Halloween night.


  2. Mariah Roze Mariah Roze says:

    This book was boring and my students didn t like it


  3. Shiloah Shiloah says:

    This turned into a fun read aloud The kids did the hic part and I read So fun


  4. Abigail Abigail says:

    With a bad case of the hiccups, Skeleton found that his everyday tasks, from brushing his teeth to polishing his bones, were fardifficult to accomplish He tried everything he could think of, and everthing his friend Ghost suggested, to rid himself of this tiresome affliction, but nothing seemed to work Then Ghost had a bright idea, and brought him a mirrorAuthor Margery Cuyler s narrative in Skeleton Hiccups is quite simple the text on each two page spread describes an actioncarv With a bad case of the hiccups, Skeleton found that his everyday tasks, from brushing his teeth to polishing his bones, were fardifficult to accomplish He tried everything he could think of, and everthing his friend Ghost suggested, to rid himself of this tiresome affliction, but nothing seemed to work Then Ghost had a bright idea, and brought him a mirrorAuthor Margery Cuyler s narrative in Skeleton Hiccups is quite simple the text on each two page spread describes an actioncarved a pumpkin, and follows it up with ahic, hic, hicand is paired with bright, colorful artwork from illustrator S.D Schindler, artwork that features an often comical Skeleton prominently on the page The result is a book that, although a little boring when read silently to oneself, makes for an excellent read aloud Although not explicitly about Halloween, it would make an excellent storytime selection for that time of year My only word of warning, in that respect, is as follows after reading this one aloud myself, giving full vent to the refrain ofhic, hic, hic,I discovered that I had given myself the hiccups for real Storytellers beware


  5. Sheeba Virani Sheeba Virani says:

    Sometimes we should read just for fun This is one such book This book shows that everybody experiences similar things sometime or the other Even a skeleton can get hiccups This book could be read at Halloween time, or when a child is bothered by hiccups in the classroom The book also depicts how friends help each other feel comfortable.This book can be read to help children deal with their fears of skeletons and ghosts.ExtensionAfter reading the book to a whole group assign roles to the chi Sometimes we should read just for fun This is one such book This book shows that everybody experiences similar things sometime or the other Even a skeleton can get hiccups This book could be read at Halloween time, or when a child is bothered by hiccups in the classroom The book also depicts how friends help each other feel comfortable.This book can be read to help children deal with their fears of skeletons and ghosts.ExtensionAfter reading the book to a whole group assign roles to the children The teacher can be the narrator and the children can enact the story out You can have dress up clothes for the children too


  6. Robin Raines-Bond Robin Raines-Bond says:

    We ve all did it Got those hiccups that wont go away This time it s skeleton s turn Fun story for Halloween or any time of the year.


  7. Elaine Elaine says:

    A bit annoying to read outloud, but, at pre school story time children thought his methods of getting rid of the hiccups were very silly


  8. Set Set says:

    Skeleton tries different ways to get rid of those annoying hiccups The pictures are cute for Halloween time.


  9. Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer says:

    Check outpicture book reviews Perspective of a WriterHic, hic, hic This skeleton cannot get rid of the hiccups plaguing him.I got this book for my nephew due to Halloween He s been loving skeletons and this is a quick and fun book He could read all the words himself and had fun with the constant hic, hic, hics that run through every page of the book The drawings were good, I wish they hadgoing on in them because the backgrounds were especially basic.For adults this is an Check outpicture book reviews Perspective of a WriterHic, hic, hic This skeleton cannot get rid of the hiccups plaguing him.I got this book for my nephew due to Halloween He s been loving skeletons and this is a quick and fun book He could read all the words himself and had fun with the constant hic, hic, hics that run through every page of the book The drawings were good, I wish they hadgoing on in them because the backgrounds were especially basic.For adults this is an extremely boring book It s too simple and basic and no way are you going to want to read this over and over with your child The drawings are simplistic and don t spark joy, the actions of the skeleton other than the hic, hic, hic are not particularly fun for most of the book but are simple actions at the end there is a ghost that helps liven things up It isn t trying to teach a lesson either, so their is no learning involved It s a cute premise and is fun for a read through but has no lasting powerBOTTOM LINE Hic, hic, hic goes the skeleton______________________You can find this review and many others on my book blog Perspective of a Writer See my picture book reviews in a special feature called Boo s Picture Gallery


  10. Nazia Ahmed Nazia Ahmed says:

    Poor old Skeleton wakes up with the hiccups Although he tries to carry on with the day as normal, the hiccups are causing him problems He tries to get rid of them by trying a range of techniques from drinking water upside down to holding his breath Nothing seems to work His good friend Ghost then suggests something he could try to make the hiccups go away.The story is very engaging and fun for young children I used this story in Nursery and the children absolutely loved it The illustration Poor old Skeleton wakes up with the hiccups Although he tries to carry on with the day as normal, the hiccups are causing him problems He tries to get rid of them by trying a range of techniques from drinking water upside down to holding his breath Nothing seems to work His good friend Ghost then suggests something he could try to make the hiccups go away.The story is very engaging and fun for young children I used this story in Nursery and the children absolutely loved it The illustrations used are colourful and funny which support the story very well It was the perfect read aloud story, and the children had much fun with the hiccup noises hic hic hic The text is extremely simple making it suitable for most children Excellent book for younger children, guaranteed to make them laugh Recommended for ages 4 and below


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About the Author: Margery Cuyler

Margery Cuyler is the author of many books for children, including From Here to There, The Little Dump Truck, and That s Good That s BadThe idea for That s Good That s Badwas inspired by a conversation with her son, Thomas, who asked, Can t bad things change into good things Ms Cuyler grew up in the oldest house in Princeton, NJ, and started writing stories as soon as she learned how to write She now lives in the same house with her husband, sons and two catstp uscmillan author marger.