We read it like this: The Nutshell Library: Care!Prologue: There was once a boy named Pierre Who only would say, I don't care! Read his story, my friend, for you'll find At the end that a suitable Moral lies there. One day his mother said When Pierre climbed out of bed -Good morning, darling boy, you are my only joy Pierre said-I don't care! So his mother left him there. His father said-Get off your head Or I will march you up to bed! Pierre said-I don't care! So his parents left him there They didn't take him anywhere.
Fuse 8 n’ Kate: Pierre by Maurice Sendak
Love this one! I had totally forgotten about it. My little sister and I used to listen to this story on tape over and over when we were kids. He has such lasting stories! THIS is one of my favorite books I posted about it a few months ago. I teach a bunch of three year olds once a week for two hours and they always request this book. Yes, I care.
After delving so deeply into problematic picture books in February, Kate and I deserve a bit of a rest. And what, I ask, could be more restful than carnivorous animals devouring small boys? Particularly when said lions are the product of the inimitable and never imitated Maurice Sendak. I mean, this thing goes all the way to the top! We also debate whether or not the doctor is a vet or not. Feel free to chime in with thoughts on the matter.
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Young Pierre, whose favorite line is I don't care! changes his mind after meeting a hungry lion. This is a book 1/4 the size of a normal book - pocket size.
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