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The Library Gingerbread Man

Enderle, Dotti (Book - 2010)
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
The Library Gingerbread Man
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"The exasperating Gingerbread Man, famous for leading a host of townsfolk and animals in a wild chase about the countryside, lives at 398.2 on the library shelves. But the Gingerbread Man is not the type of cookie that stays in one place for very long, and one day he just can't help himself. With a leap and a whoosh, he escapes the librarian's grasp, and the chase for the wily Gingerbread Man is on again!"--Dust jacket.
Authors: Enderle, Dotti, 1954-
Title: The library Gingerbread Man
Publisher: Janesville, Wis. : UpstartBooks, 2010
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 29 cm
Content Type: text
Media Type: unmediated
Carrier Type: volume
Summary: "The exasperating Gingerbread Man, famous for leading a host of townsfolk and animals in a wild chase about the countryside, lives at 398.2 on the library shelves. But the Gingerbread Man is not the type of cookie that stays in one place for very long, and one day he just can't help himself. With a leap and a whoosh, he escapes the librarian's grasp, and the chase for the wily Gingerbread Man is on again!"--Dust jacket.
Additional Contributors: Madden, Colleen M.
ISBN: 1602130485
9781602130487
Branch Call Number: E ENDERLE
Statement of Responsibility: Dotti Enderle ; pictures by Colleen M. Madden
Subject Headings: Libraries Juvenile fiction Cookies Juvenile fiction Gingerbread Juvenile fiction
Topical Term: Libraries
Cookies
Gingerbread
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Oct 12, 2014
  • mmcbeth29 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

This story is about the Gingerbread Man who lives at 398.2 in the library. But he decides one day to run away. He runs through the aisles of the library encountering different characters in different sections of the library.

This book would be perfect for reading with a child while sitting at the library. It is a fast paced and interesting story that includes characters from different parts of the library such as a robot from 629.892. I think every school librarian should own a copy of this book. The illustrations are beautiful, colorful and fun.

As good as this book is, I don't think, however, that it would hold up well out of context for smaller children who do not already understand how to use the library's Dewey Decimal system.

Oct 15, 2010
  • mojack rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

Great for introducing the Dewey Decimal System.

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