By Salem de Bezenac, Amy Upshaw & Agnes de Bezenac
- Release Date: 2012-03-01
- Genre: Social Issues
Cookie Rookie Salem de Bezenac, Amy Upshaw & Agnes de Bezenac Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Cookies sure tasted good. But it just didn't cross his mind early enough, that it would have worked out better for him if he had asked first.
A lesson on asking before taking.
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User reviews about this book
Short and sweet moral story.
enjoyed story & was good lesson.
Good book is good
By lady bird 10
Very good book
By Ellie parton
It’s a good book I think it will help children learn you should always ask if you can have something before taking it so if you have a kid that’s 3-6 years old you should get this book 📖
It's a cute book I tell my little 7 year old brother to read it and he likes
Perfect short to the point with fun
Good book with few pages lots of visuals and learning ability is easy
Really good Book
My daughter loved it
Chocolate Can Kill Dogs!
Please consider changing the type of cookie in this story. Chocolate can kill dogs! Or take out the dog participating in the mischievous act altogether! If a child got the (not so great) idea to give their dog a chocolate chip cookie, there could be a lot bigger problem than not having enough cookies for a sale or other people. It could be horrible. I understand the message the author is trying to relay regarding "asking an adult's permission first." However, it's s bad story! Fact check please. Chocolate can kill dogs!
By Lionel Weber
This is a great free book...
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