Read You Get What You Get Online Free - Melvin throws fit after fit when he doesn't get what he wants. He must learn how to deal with disappointment. After all, you get what you get and you don't throw a fit.
|Title||:||You Get What You Get|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
January 21, 2016
Since this is Squirrel Appreciation Day . . .
(Yes - it's a REAL THING. Did you think I could make up something as bizarre as that?)
I feel I must object to this author's choice of the noble furry-tailed rodent to play the part of a whiny, petulant brat in her otherwise enjoyable book.
The star of...
August 20, 2015
I found this book at the library and was so excited to read it to my class. They are hung up on "fair" and getting what they want. I have seen a lot of fits. Anyway, the other teachers were less than enthusiastic, taking the wind out of my sails. I still like it and my own children like it and un...
September 24, 2016
I rated this book as much to counter balance someone I know's 1 star rating. I can't say I like this book, but my two oldest children do since they were about 3 years old (and my oldest, now 8, still enjoys it). The lesson is poorly articulated, but it resonates with my kids. The value of this, a...
March 09, 2017
Great way to teach that life isn't always fair.
September 23, 2016
If I could give it a negative rating, I most certainly would.
This book is about an obese bad-mannered squirrel whose parents have failed at providing their offspring with the tools for self-regulation, validating of squirrel's hard feelings or offering support through those hard feelings. Since...
January 23, 2014
Soapbox time: This should be read to the majority of children today; their parents should be made to follow this rule and our world would be a better place for all!
Ok, stepped down now.
I have said to my daughter: "You get what you get and you don't pitch a fit" ever since she was teeny-tiny. I sa...
November 08, 2016
As I said, my son with whom I share Kindle books, has been sharing the children's books that he chooses for his little kids, and I love them! They are as good as the adult and young adult fiction that I'm reading. They teach such great lessons, and in a clear, understandable way. Little kids are...
November 08, 2016
An okay book
I like that Melvin is a squirrel. I like that gave examples on what Melvin throws fits about. But over all I didn't care for this story. It felt undone, kind of flat. For this topic, it is not a bad book by I just don't see anything in this story that is going to make me want to recom...
December 22, 2016
Good message and hoping it sticks! :)
June 09, 2017
"Melvin did not deal well with disappointment."
That's why he didn't care for his teacher's favorite rule: "You get what you get and you don't throw a fit." But at least he could still throw a fit at home. That is, until Melvin spouts the rule to his littler sister, who is about to throw a fit. Su...