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Too Many Pumpkins [Download] ➼ Too Many Pumpkins By Linda White – Buyprobolan50.co.uk What can you do with too many pumpkins Rebecca Estelle has hated pumpkins ever since she was a girl when pumpkins were often the only food her family had When an enormous pumpkin falls off a truck and What can you do with Too Many Pumpkins Rebecca Estelle has hated pumpkins ever since she was a girl when pumpkins were often the only food her family had When an enormous pumpkin falls off a truck and smashes in her yard, she shovels dirt over the pieces and forgets about them Too Many PDF or But those slimy pumpkin smithereens sprout up in autumn, and Rebecca Estelle finds a sea of pumpkins in her gardenA heartwarming classic for than twenty years, this story shows what happens when one thrifty gardener figures out how to make other people happy with the squash she can t stomachFilled with colorful illustrations from a season of gardening, this is a perfect book for young gardeners and pumpkin lovers Its wonderful lesson about helping others can be appreciated in the classroom or at home.


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10 thoughts on “Too Many Pumpkins

  1. Calista Calista says:

    We meet Rebecca who loves to garden She grows a little of everything accept pumpkins she hates pumpkins How dare she One day a pumpkin truck driving by has a pumpkin role off the truck Well, Rebecca hates them so much she doesn t want to touch them So she buries it The next spring vines begin to come up and she hacks it to pieces once and then she simply ignores it I do like the story in how the pumpkins become something that Rebecca loves and they bring community together I thought t We meet Rebecca who loves to garden She grows a little of everything accept pumpkins she hates pumpkins How dare she One day a pumpkin truck driving by has a pumpkin role off the truck Well, Rebecca hates them so much she doesn t want to touch them So she buries it The next spring vines begin to come up and she hacks it to pieces once and then she simply ignores it I do like the story in how the pumpkins become something that Rebecca loves and they bring community together I thought this was a fantastic story It really was Any story with pumpkins starts out in the plus column for me.The nephew didn t think this was as good as I did There were no monsters, blah blah He didn t relate to the old lady and he didn t care What does snot nose know anyway haha, just kidding Yeah, he didn t like it and he gave this 1 star I tickled him for a good 30 seconds after he said that the little stinker He still didn t change his rating


  2. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    Cute Tells of an elderly lady who lived through the Great Depression when all her family had to eat were pumpkins and she thus grew up despising pumpkins The majority of the story focuses on how a pumpkin patch ended up sprouting in her front yard and she kept trying to ignore it but soon there were TOO MANY PUMPKINS How she deals with the problem is festive and sweet And her kitty side kick is adorable Cute Tells of an elderly lady who lived through the Great Depression when all her family had to eat were pumpkins and she thus grew up despising pumpkins The majority of the story focuses on how a pumpkin patch ended up sprouting in her front yard and she kept trying to ignore it but soon there were TOO MANY PUMPKINS How she deals with the problem is festive and sweet And her kitty side kick is adorable


  3. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    This is a terrific picture book with wonderful illustrations and a touching story The story is about an old woman named Rebecca Estelle who had been so poor as a child that for one entire month all she d had to eat was pumpkins, and now she avoids them at all costs until She s overwhelmed with pumpkins How this happens and how she ends up handling the situation is heartwarming and funny.Her cat Esmerelda is a wonderful character too.This would make a really fun read aloud book I especially l This is a terrific picture book with wonderful illustrations and a touching story The story is about an old woman named Rebecca Estelle who had been so poor as a child that for one entire month all she d had to eat was pumpkins, and now she avoids them at all costs until She s overwhelmed with pumpkins How this happens and how she ends up handling the situation is heartwarming and funny.Her cat Esmerelda is a wonderful character too.This would make a really fun read aloud book I especially like how on multiple pages the last word on the page is until , getting the reader listener eager for what s going to happen on the next page.I think pumpkins in all forms are delicious so this book managed to make me hungry for pumpkins


  4. Kristen Kristen says:

    This book was very wordy I usually flip a couple pages in the library before checking them out, but either I didn t for this book, or I happened to only see the few pages that had less words It was a bit long for my 13 month old to sit through, but sometimes I like the longer books at bedtime.It was a cute story about a lady who hates pumpkins and then ends up with thousands of them in her garden It was acute enough and the illustrations were nice The pumpkin pages were a lot of fun Overall This book was very wordy I usually flip a couple pages in the library before checking them out, but either I didn t for this book, or I happened to only see the few pages that had less words It was a bit long for my 13 month old to sit through, but sometimes I like the longer books at bedtime.It was a cute story about a lady who hates pumpkins and then ends up with thousands of them in her garden It was acute enough and the illustrations were nice The pumpkin pages were a lot of fun Overall a decent book just wordy so make sure you plan a couple extra minutes for story time


  5. Andrea Andrea says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I expected this to be better I thought the author went too far with the hatred of pumpkins I didn t even like the use of the word hate, because I thought that was too strong I understand that as a girl, Rebecca had had to eat nothing but pumpkins there for a while and she was heartily sick of them If she s thoroughly sick of them and never wants to eat them or see them again, that s fine, but the hatred and the lengths she went to were too much Her cat was playing in the leaves and she pick I expected this to be better I thought the author went too far with the hatred of pumpkins I didn t even like the use of the word hate, because I thought that was too strong I understand that as a girl, Rebecca had had to eat nothing but pumpkins there for a while and she was heartily sick of them If she s thoroughly sick of them and never wants to eat them or see them again, that s fine, but the hatred and the lengths she went to were too much Her cat was playing in the leaves and she picked it up and carried it away, wouldn t let her even play in them The cat had a startled expression and it s tail was between its legs I felt bad for it What ruined it even further and went too far was when, after she tore the vines up, they grew back and she resolved to close her blinds and never look out them again all spring and summer So that s 6 months, half the year, where she wouldn t even look out a window She only used her back door That s insane.Next, the pumpkins grew all up in her front yard, over and under everything They were on her porch, birdbath, hammock, on the railing and even in her tree It was crazy Idk about growing pumpkins, but I highly doubted that they would spread from where they had grown at the edge of her front yard to encompass her entire front yard, especially after she had dug up the vines I didn t buy it It did get better when she had the idea of what to do with all of them She remembered all the pumpkin meals her family had had and she wanted to give them away But she was too tired to bring them to people, so she decided to make pies I liked where it was heading and was glad the pumpkin hate was over with She went in her kitchen and made all kinds of pumpkin treats When she was done she didn t want to deliver them, but wanted people to come to her So then she carved up the rest of the pumpkins into all kinds of faces I enjoyed looking at all of the different expressions on the pumpkins for people to see It was nice that she made apple cider when she saw the cars coming, and gave everyone a pumpkin food to take home, seeds to roast, and a jack o lantern I did like the way the author dragged the lines out, like And she didn t, until and then you flip the page and it picked up with one autumn day long after Rebecca Estelle s hair had turned snowy white She managed to ignore the truck, until She said she wouldn t think about the fallen pumpkin And she didn t, until spring when Rebecca Estelle was admiring the new sprouts in her garden Rebecca Estelle ignored the vines so well that, in time she forgot why she wasn t using the front door, until one autumn day, when she and Esmeralda went to rake the leaves that fell each fall from the black walnut tree in front of the house It was amusing because you knew something was going to happen next and it built up a nice sense of anticipation.It ended abruptly, with her left with some seeds that she was going to plant next year It was a positive note at least that her bad relationship with pumpkins was over and that she d be doing this every year I wish it had aconclusive ending, Idk what, but it just ended so fast It was over so quickly.The author shared that she has an aunt Becky who inspired this story, because she d grown up in the Depression and had to eat nothing but pumpkins so this was for her, with a good ending That gave the book a special touch


  6. Crystal Marcos Crystal Marcos says:

    My library finally got in a copy of Too Many Pumpkins This is another winner with my daughter who just adores pumpkins after learning about them this past Halloween A wonderful read aloud story This story is about a little old lady named Rebecca Estelle who ate way too many pumpkins as a child because her family was very poor They ate pumpkins any way you could imagine and now she can t stand the site of them One day a truck loaded with pumpkins drove by and one luscious pumpkin fell off sp My library finally got in a copy of Too Many Pumpkins This is another winner with my daughter who just adores pumpkins after learning about them this past Halloween A wonderful read aloud story This story is about a little old lady named Rebecca Estelle who ate way too many pumpkins as a child because her family was very poor They ate pumpkins any way you could imagine and now she can t stand the site of them One day a truck loaded with pumpkins drove by and one luscious pumpkin fell off splattering into her yard Well naturally, Rebecca Estelle wasn t happy about it and tried all different ways to get rid of it and even tried ignoring it Until one day the pumpkin seeds from the pumpkin had made a vast sea of pumpkins throughout her yard Her creative ways of getting rid of the pumpkins were just delightful and keeping a small batch of seeds for next year was quite touching.This book was a recommendation to me and I thank the recommender


  7. Abigail Abigail says:

    Forced to eat nothing but pumpkin as a child, during the Great Depression, Rebecca Estelle grew up to hate the gourd like squash, refusing to grow it in her garden, or eat any dish in which it featured as an ingredient But when a pumpkin fell off the back of a truck, and the seeds which she determinedly ignored took root in her front yard, Rebecca Estelle found that she truly did have too many pumpkins What could a pumpkin hater do, when her front yard was taken over by the hated vegetable. Forced to eat nothing but pumpkin as a child, during the Great Depression, Rebecca Estelle grew up to hate the gourd like squash, refusing to grow it in her garden, or eat any dish in which it featured as an ingredient But when a pumpkin fell off the back of a truck, and the seeds which she determinedly ignored took root in her front yard, Rebecca Estelle found that she truly did have too many pumpkins What could a pumpkin hater do, when her front yard was taken over by the hated vegetable Although I enjoyed Linda White s gentle tale of learning to appreciate a food that was previously hated, it is Megan Lloyd s appealing illustrations which really made Too Many Pumpkins for me The vivid fall colors, and the endearingly expressive depictions of Rebecca Estelle and her cat companion, Esmerelda, make the tale come alive I don t know that this will make any of my favorites lists, but it is a very engaging autumn story, and can be enjoyed as such, by all young readers who love the season


  8. Evelyn Saenz Evelyn Saenz says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here In the story Too Many Pumpkins by Linda White Rebecca grew up eating so much pumpkin that she never wanted to even see pumpkins again in her life.One year by accident a pumpkin drops off a truck, the seeds plant themselves and a whole pumpkin patch grows in her yard Being frugal she must use all the pumpkins so she makes breads, pies, soups and Jack O Lanterns for all the neighbors.Not only is this a fun story to read but a wonderful accompaniment to a class learning place value while counting In the story Too Many Pumpkins by Linda White Rebecca grew up eating so much pumpkin that she never wanted to even see pumpkins again in her life.One year by accident a pumpkin drops off a truck, the seeds plant themselves and a whole pumpkin patch grows in her yard Being frugal she must use all the pumpkins so she makes breads, pies, soups and Jack O Lanterns for all the neighbors.Not only is this a fun story to read but a wonderful accompaniment to a class learning place value while counting pumpkin seeds We used page protectors to cover some of the pages in the book and then used dry erase markers to circle groups of 10 pumpkins to find out how many pumpkins were on each page


  9. Kelsey Scherer Kelsey Scherer says:

    An excellent story book to teach children about problem solving Poor little Rebecca was made to eat pumpkins for so long because of a food scarcity and once it s over, she vows to never eat another pumpkin Sadly, a shipment of pumpkins is accidently dropped into her yard so she tries to cover them but eventually they begin to sprout and grow Rebecca comes up with an excellent solution she has a celebration and shares her pumpkin wealth with others Full of beautiful illustrations as well.


  10. Stephanie Croaning Stephanie Croaning says:

    This is a lovely story about a woman who turns a smooshed pumpkin into a community celebration There are several nice illustrations that garner Oooohs as you turn the page Children love to see how Rebecca Estelle s attitude towards pumpkins changes and they can have good discussions predicting what she will do next.


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