Carrot & Pea

Carrot & Pea

Book - 2017
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Although he is different in size, color, and shape, the peas like and accept their friend, Colin the carrot.
Publisher: Boston :, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9780544868427
0544868420
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 23 cm

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minchjulie
Jan 23, 2018

This story is fun with the carrot and peas drawn as simple shapes. The rectangle carrot becomes a bridge, then a slide for his pea friends.
My toddler was very interested in seeing shapes manipulated like that. It's also a nice story about friendship and being yourself.

nmaryann May 17, 2017

A story that embraces difference. Lee the pea celebrates the unique attributes of his friend Colin the carrot. Even though Colin cannot roll like the peas, he can be "a fantastic bridge, and a great slide." Colin is special in his own way. Perfect to share with preschool and kindergarten readers.

AL_ALYX May 14, 2017

I love clean, simple stories like that that tell a much bigger story. It is sweet, a little silly, and of course contains a great lesson about friendship and differences. I also thought it was cool that the illustrations were collaged from grocery store bags! Give this one a read.

MissLacie Apr 18, 2017

Colin, a carrot, can't do everything a pea can do, but that doesn't mean he can't be good at other things. Very short, simple read aloud for a preschool audience.

JCLBeckyC Apr 10, 2017

Cute picture book about appreciating the differences in our friends. Good example of the 6 by 6 skill Look for Letters (and Shapes!) Everywhere.

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