Eraser is always cleaning up everyone elses mistakes. Except for Ruler and Pencil Sharpener, none of the other school supplies seem to appreciate her. They all love how sharp Pencil is and how Tape and Glue help everyone stick together. Eraser wants to create so that she can shine like the others. She decides to give it a try, but its not until the rubber meets the road that Eraser begins to understand a whole lot about herself.Inspired by a school essay their daughter Kate wrote in the third grade, the author and illustrator behind Theodor Seuss Geisel Awardwinner You Are (Not) Small have created a desktop drama about figuring out who you are, finding happiness, and the importance of second, third, and maybe even fourth chances....
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||21 pages|
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“I’m tired of being Pencil’s pooper-scooper.”
Eraser wants to be more than just the one who cleans up the mess. The most popular supplies, like crayon, highlighter, glue and pencil are the creative ones. And “Tape and Glue, they can get anyone to stick together.” Eraser would like to be creative, too. But none of the other supplies are willing to give Eraser a chance. “Eraser has one job: to clean up after me. It’s not my fault she can’t actually make anything.” So Eraser decides to run away and ...more
Wonderfully Written and Illustrated!
I absolutely love anything written by Anna Kang! I’ve read all of her books to my children and they love it. I cannot wait to read them this one. I plan on introducing The Growth Mindset into my classroom this year, and this book fits the category nicely. To quote the book, “Mistakes make us great.” The puns in the book were also so awesome!!!!
The illustrations were absolutely adorable. They definitely captured the essence of what was happening in the words, ...more
Puns galore - very clever and very funny, especially for adults - I can't help but think this would have been stronger as a graphic novel. It's dialog heavy, with lots of characters. Compared to Kang's You Are (Not) Small, all the additional characters' comments and side stories are a lot to juggle and could prove distracting to young readers, especially without traditional narration. The illustrations are full of details, but manage to do a lot of the heavy lifting, story-wise.
This one is defi ...more
Be Your Best Self!
Having 6 elementary school aged Grandchildren, brought this book to life for me. We all make mistakes and need a "Do Over" from time to time!
With all the pressure to do our best, this little book shows us that we really need each other at the most unexpected times.
The illustrations were spot on for the artistic skill of this age group, give or take a little!
Great illustrations and nice story
This is basically a story about how we take things and people for granted even though everyone and everything plays an important role. Very nicely done.
Such a sweet story.
Even though I'm a young 65, this book was my instant pick for the month. I can't say Kindle prime fiction choices appeal to me. Wish there were more nonfiction choices. This sweet story was thoroughly delightful for the kid that should still be in all of us.
The artwork was cute but the message, though worthy, was heavy handed. Read it for the pictures and ignore the thin storyline.
This book was super cute I enjoyed the characters . Period we connected with each and every one of them my daughter and I thought it was a super cute book I suggest that anyone buy it and read it to their elementary age student children because it is so adorable the author did a great job it teaches you that in the race using your racer on your pencil you can do way more than you actually thought you could in a very cute way of saying It