Why I Will Never Ever Ever Ever Have Enough Time to Read this Book

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Tricycle Press, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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While reviewing her day-to-day chores and activities, a young girl is certain that she will never have time to finish her book, but she manages to open it for quick escapes throughout her busy day. 20,000 first printing.

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Review: Why I Will Never Ever Ever Ever Have Enough Time to Read This Book

User Review  - Dolly - Goodreads

What an interesting, metafictional story about a young girl who cannot finish this book (the one that she's in). In some ways, it's a commentary of the never-ending cycle of our days and the ways in ... Read full review

Review: Why I Will Never Ever Ever Ever Have Enough Time to Read This Book

User Review  - Magila - Goodreads

3.5 I found this to be a very useful picture book, and believe there is a certain segment of society that should read it. (Young and Old) It chronicles a girl trying to read a book throughout her day ... Read full review

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Direct Instruction Lesson Plan
Book titled Why I will Never Ever Ever Ever have Enough Time to Read This Book, by Remy Charlip; Teacher model clock; Students model clock worksheet ...
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Jon J. Muth Biography - Personal, Addresses, Career, Honors Awards ...
Remy Charlip, Why I Will Never Ever Ever Ever Have Enough Time to Read This Book, Tricycle Press (Berkeley, CA), 2000. Jacqueline Woodson, Our Gracie Aunt, ...
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About the author (2000)

Remy Charlip was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 10, 1929. He received a degree in fine arts from Cooper Union School of Fine Arts in New York in 1949. He studied dance at Juilliard and in 1950 became a founding dancer at the Merce Cunningham Dance Theatre and remained with the company for 11 years as a principal dancer and company costume designer. In 1958 he co-founded the Paper Bag Players in New York. During his lifetime, he wrote and illustrated 38 children's books. The first book he provided the illustrations for was David's Little Indian by Margaret Wise Brown, which was published in 1956. The first book he both wrote and illustrated, Dress Up and Let's Have a Party, was also published in 1956. His other works include Fortunately, Mother Mother I Feel Sick, and Arm in Arm. He worked with the National Theater for the Deaf as a director, which inspired two picture books on sign language, Handtalk: An ABC of Finger Spelling and Sign Language and Handtalk Birthday: A Number and Story Book in Sign Language. His works received three New York Times Best Illustrated Books awards and a first prize for illustration at the Bologna Book Fair. He died on August 14, 2012 at the age of 83.

Jon J. Muth is a children's author and illustrator. His books have received numerous awards and critical acclaim. Stone Soup, a familiar tale set in China won a National Parenting Book Award. Books he has illustrated include Come On, Rain!, which won the Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators in 1999, Gershon's Monster, and No Dogs Allowed. Zen Shorts is a New York Times Bestseller, a Quill Award nominee, and was awarded the 2006 Caldecott Honor. Zen Ghosts was published in September 2010 by Scholastic Press. Jon currently lives with his family in upstate New York.

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