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Raccoon Tune ✪ [PDF] ✐ Raccoon Tune By Nancy E. Shaw ✷ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A family of mischievous raccoons rifles through sleeping people s trash in search of treatsMoonlight June night, Just right for raccoon nightNot too dark,Not too bright, As we look for treats And look A family of mischievous raccoons rifles through sleeping people s trash in search of treatsMoonlight June night, Just right for raccoon nightNot too dark,Not too bright, As we look for treats And look, indeed, they do A precocious family of raccoons prowls around the neighborhood, making a ruckus until they find a supper that s truly delish This rollicking night outing, in lively verse and action filled pictures, is sure to make the young reader laugh out loud.


10 thoughts on “Raccoon Tune

  1. Susan Susan says:

    Three stars.Note I used togive full reviews for all of the books that I rated on GR However, GR s new giveaway policies Good Reads 2017 November Giveaways Policies Changes have caused me to change my reviewing decisions These new GR policies seem to harm smaller publishing efforts in favour of providing advantage to the larger companies GR Authors Feedback , the big five publishers Big Five Publishers So, because of these policies from now on I will be supporting smaller publishing eff Three stars.Note I used togive full reviews for all of the books that I rated on GR However, GR s new giveaway policies Good Reads 2017 November Giveaways Policies Changes have caused me to change my reviewing decisions These new GR policies seem to harm smaller publishing efforts in favour of providing advantage to the larger companies GR Authors Feedback , the big five publishers Big Five Publishers So, because of these policies from now on I will be supporting smaller publishing effort by only giving full reviews to books published by companies outside the big five companies, indie publishers, and self published authors This book was published by one of the big five companies so will not receive adetailed review by me


  2. Sharon Sharon says:

    I thoroughly enjoy sharing Raccoon Tune at story time It is a perfect book to accompany a lesson on nocturnal animals and exploring the outdoors in the evening A rollicking, fun to read text by Nancy Shaw perfectly depicts the night time shenanigans of raccoons Howard Fine does not disappoint he captures the expressions and behaviors that I have witnessed in observing these charismatic critters.


  3. Peacegal Peacegal says:

    Wonderful expressions and cute characters that bring to mind the gentle humor of a classic era Disney short Perhaps this book will help garner a littlesympathetic views of these clever critters Veg n parents note The raccoons use an empty trash can to capture a bunch of trout aappropriate diet for the animals than garbage The final page shows them eating the fish.


  4. Susan Susan says:

    Delightful random library find I enjoyed the cadence of the rhyme and it wasn t overly silly I didn t think it was possible to root for raccoons in their trials to get a can of garbage open, but I did Fun read.


  5. Anthony Anthony says:

    A rhyming tale of a family of roistering, roguish raccoons out on a moon lit night looking for treats to eat from garbage cans.This story tells of all the noise they make as they try to get the lid off of a can, and what happens when they finally succeed in their quest.


  6. Nikki Nikki says:

    Super charming, rhythmic story about raccoons in a suburban night Great for dialogue about wildlife living near humans.


  7. Cara Cara says:

    Raccoon Tune was a goofy story about what raccoons do at night along with some rhyming.


  8. Caitlin W. Caitlin W. says:

    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a raccoon, foraging in neighborhoods for food once all the people have gone to bed This rhyming poem, narrated by the raccoons and split up into its separate stanzas, explores with a family of raccoons on their nightly expedition They find a trash can that s hard to open, and when they finally do manage to pry the lid off as a team, it starts rolling away from them, down a hill They chase after it, dreaming of all the treats it must contain, Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a raccoon, foraging in neighborhoods for food once all the people have gone to bed This rhyming poem, narrated by the raccoons and split up into its separate stanzas, explores with a family of raccoons on their nightly expedition They find a trash can that s hard to open, and when they finally do manage to pry the lid off as a team, it starts rolling away from them, down a hill They chase after it, dreaming of all the treats it must contain, and feast when they catch up to it where it eventually stopped in a creek full of frogs The poem is accompanied by rich color illustrations, done in oil paints that make the family of raccoons look very soft and fluffy Their faces are very expressive, showing their effort as they try to pry the garbage can lid off, shocked as the can rolls down the hill, and supremely happy as they gorge on the food within the can Since the story takes place at night, the palate is dark and dreamlike, with many blues Recommended for grades K 2, especially for reading aloud


  9. Nikki Nikki says:

    Summary This is a cute story about a raccoon family, the whole story rhymes and follows a rhythm The story is from the perspective of the raccoon s rather then a human It starts by the raccoon s finding a couple of trash cans and talking about what could possible be in them One of the trash can lids was onto tight so they have to twist it off This causes the trash can to roll down the hill into a pond Where they caught a bunch of fish with it and eat that along with the trash they found T Summary This is a cute story about a raccoon family, the whole story rhymes and follows a rhythm The story is from the perspective of the raccoon s rather then a human It starts by the raccoon s finding a couple of trash cans and talking about what could possible be in them One of the trash can lids was onto tight so they have to twist it off This causes the trash can to roll down the hill into a pond Where they caught a bunch of fish with it and eat that along with the trash they found The story ends with them being very content with going out to eat Reaction I love the different perspective of this story and how the raccoon s talk about being inconvenienced by human putting the lids of the trash cans on My favorite line is People should have common sense There wouldn t be so many dents if they d leave off the top This would be a cute way to talk about having a fear of the dark with children at night, how some sounds may seem scary but it might just be a hungry family of raccoon s


  10. Evelyn Mauldin Evelyn Mauldin says:

    This book is about a family of raccoons who go on an adventure to scavenger for food at night The author talks about all the clanging and banging the raccoons make, and how it is kind of like their own special music They use cans, lids, and other thrown away objects to make their music These details could be used to introduce music, and teach that music can be made using all different kinds of objects Alliterations and rhyming are prevalent in this book, and teachers could embed related lear This book is about a family of raccoons who go on an adventure to scavenger for food at night The author talks about all the clanging and banging the raccoons make, and how it is kind of like their own special music They use cans, lids, and other thrown away objects to make their music These details could be used to introduce music, and teach that music can be made using all different kinds of objects Alliterations and rhyming are prevalent in this book, and teachers could embed related learning opportunities throughout the story Additionally, this book has a soft and mellow tone, which could be helpful if read before nap or rest time Lastly, this book could be recommended to parents if their children become frightened because of noises outside during bedtime The parents could use this book to explain that the sounds are most likely caused by animals having a fun time during the night, and the child need not worry about the sound


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