Max and ruby bunny cakes book

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Max makes an earthworm cake for Grandma's birthday and wants to help his sister Ruby make her angel surprise cake for Grandma. However, Max's "help" results in many spilled ingredients. Ruby sends Max to the store for replacements. At the store, the grocer can't read all the items on the shopping list until Max solves the problem by drawing pictures. Recall Questions Ask the following questions to check the child's understanding of the story. Excerpted from Read Together, Talk Together, the Pearson Early Childhood research-based program that makes reading aloud even more effective!
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Max & Ruby - Super Max

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I published my first book back in and I have many books and characters of whom I am immensely proud of; Max and Ruby leading the list. Max and Ruby are my own children, Victoria and Marguerite, born 40 years ago. When they were 5 years and 9 months old, Victoria decided to teach her sister how to talk, dress, and eat neatl y. The results were hilarious conversations and the convoluted opposite of following directions. Invisible upstairs, I listened with a keen ear and produced four Max and Ruby board books verbatim! Publishing has changed enormously over the years since I began with my first book back in the s. No matter its evolution, I still consider book publishing a bastion of civilized, inspired people and their lasting work.

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Max gets sent to the store with a shopping list but the grocer does not understand what he has come for. How will Max communicate that he wants marshmallow squirters? Lead the children into a discussion about birthday celebrations. How do they celebrate a family members birthday? How old will they be on their next birthday? What flavor of cake or ice cream do they like best? My Daddy makes me a chocolate cake.

Max wants to make an earthworm cake to celebrate Grandma's birthday but sister Ruby insists on making an angel surprise cake and won't let him help. Before long, disaster strikes and the eggs fall on the floor. Sent to the shop to buy some more, Max adds his own ingredients to the list. Sadly, the shop owner only sees what Ruby wants. Each time there's an accident in the kitchen, Max is sent out to buy replacements and also tries to get his own ingredients, but each time it is only Ruby's needs that are met.

This site uses cookies and other tracking technologies to administer and improve your experience on our site, to help diagnose and troubleshoot potential server malfunctions, and to gather use and demographic information. See our cookie policy. Skip to Content. Get age-based picks. Parents need to know that this story is written with minimal text and punctuated by cartoon illustrations. Kids will relate to Max's struggle to communicate in writing and will be motivated to make lists, as the book jacket suggests. Add your rating See all 1 parent review.

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