Who's There?

Who s There I jump into bed thump thump bumpety bump I am all tucked in when from down the hallway I hear creak creak crinch And I wonder who s there What child hasn t wondered the very same thing when the ni

  • Title: Who's There?
  • Author: Carole Lexa Schaefer Pierr Morgan
  • ISBN: 9780670012411
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Who's There?

    I jump into bed thump, thump bumpety bump I am all tucked in when from down the hallway I hear creak, creak, crinch And I wonder, who s there What child hasn t wondered the very same thing when the night makes everything sound creakier and squeakier As a little bunny tries to get to sleep, it s sure it hears bumps and thumps from the hall Could it be a Crusty, DumplI jump into bed thump, thump bumpety bump I am all tucked in when from down the hallway I hear creak, creak, crinch And I wonder, who s there What child hasn t wondered the very same thing when the night makes everything sound creakier and squeakier As a little bunny tries to get to sleep, it s sure it hears bumps and thumps from the hall Could it be a Crusty, Dumply Ogre Or maybe it s a Two headed Grumbly Snoop The door slowly opens and it s just bunny s little brother, pulling his noisy pull toy along behind him Little bunnies everywhere will smile with sleepy relief.

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    1. Charlene

      2.5 stars out of 5. This picture book, bed time story is best for children ages 2-5 and would not hold the interest of an older child--especially after the first read. In this story, the young bunny let's his imagination run wild as he hears noises approach his bedroom after he's gone to bed, only to discover it is his little brother looking for someone to help him be brave. The creep factor isn't too much for most of the toddler or preschool crowd, but enough to cause the desired effect when th [...]

    2. Chelsea

      I chose this book because of the character being a bunny. This book was over all a cute book. It was funny that the bunny compared monsters to pigs and dogs. This book could also teach kids about facing their fears.

    3. Tasha

      A very active bunny bounces into bed when the moon comes up. But just as he is curled up and ready to sleep, he hears a strange noise! What could be making the creak, creak, CRINCH? When he sits up and listens, nothing is there and everything is quiet. But then it comes from even closer. Perhaps it’s a Crusty Dumply Ogre?! The noise comes closer still. Maybe it’s a Grimy Gooey Ghoulie! The noise is even closer. And now the door is starting to open! The little bunny gets his flashlight out an [...]

    4. Jessica Freeman

      The text is very simple that utilizes more difficult words. It would be a good book for younger children to teach them the meaning of specific words and to test older children on their knowledge of these words. The illustrations do a fabulous job of giving clues as to what words are being used. The illustrations do a wonderful job of showing the emotion the text is saying to feel or not to feel. I believe the illustrations are extremely important and are very complimentary to the text on every p [...]

    5. Sarah Sammis

      Who's There? by Carole Lexa Schaefer is about a little rabbit who is trying to go to bed but is being scared by loud noises. Each time he hears the noise, he wonders what horrible monster is making it. In the end, the noise is just his baby brother, dragging along a favorite toy.Pierr Morgan uses dark, cool colors — saturated greens, blues and violets to give the feel of a room late at night. For the monsters he brings in brighter colors to make the rabbit's imaginary beasts pop off the page. [...]

    6. Vicki

      A slightly scary book about going to bed and wondering what that "scary" noise is coming down the hall! Who's there!!! will delight listeners young and old. Used this for Family Story Time during the 2012 Summer Reading Theme - Dream Big Read.

    7. Katie Gann

      This is a cute book and make you think of what you think of when you hear noises at night. Everyone has had a night or two like this little guy scared because of noises.

    8. Sherry

      Wonderful little book for themes of going to bed, Halloween and just an all around good dose of reassurance for those heading off to bed.

    9. Tim Johnson

      Cute but I kind of got bogged down in the fake monster names. I want the to be less goofy and a little more scary. And since I'd be reading it aloud, I don't need any crazy mispronunciations.

    10. Emily

      A young bunny at bedtime imagines lots of different possible monsters that are coming for him. A twist at the end teaches an important lesson about fear.

    11. Catherine Austen

      Cute read-aloud for young kids on the traditional scary-noise theme. Fun sounds to make in the repetitive text bits, mounting suspense and nice resolution.

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