Best Download [David Mackintosh] ↠ Standing in for Lincoln Green || [Science Book] PDF ☆


  • Title: Standing in for Lincoln Green
  • Author: David Mackintosh
  • ISBN: 9780007463022
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Lincoln Green has a double, someone who looks just like him Lincoln Green s own mother can t tell the difference between him and You Know Who With his handy stand in taking care of all the chores that just can t wait, Lincoln Green has plenty of time to do the things he wants to do, like drink fizzy sarsparilla and shoot the breeze.But Lincoln Green s not the only one whLincoln Green has a double, someone who looks just like him Lincoln Green s own mother can t tell the difference between him and You Know Who With his handy stand in taking care of all the chores that just can t wait, Lincoln Green has plenty of time to do the things he wants to do, like drink fizzy sarsparilla and shoot the breeze.But Lincoln Green s not the only one who doesn t like doing things they don t like doing It s not long before You Know Who has teamed up with Billy the Kid Next Door, which is a lot fun than doing things for Lincoln Green, that s for sure And that s when Lincoln Green finds himself in BIG trouble.From the author of Marshall Armstrong Is New to Our School and The Frank Show comes another visually striking, brilliantly inventive picture book.
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    Commentaires:

    paula
    It's the classic doppelganger fallacy! The scientist (or magician, or wishful-thinking kid) creates a double of himself to fob all his scutwork off onto, but the double turns around and says, "Why the heck should YOU have all the fun? Make your own darn bed!"This version is unlimitedly fun, with gratuitous but appreciated Western references - who doesn't enjoy a fizzy sarsparilla with a pal? and a satisfying conclusion.

    Barbara
    Lincoln Green leaves all the annoying tasks that he isn't interested in doing to his double. Although at first he started with just one or two annoying tasks, eventually his alter ego is doing everything unpleasant. Things change, though, once his neighbor Billy befriends You Know Who and he stops doing all of Lincoln's jobs. In order to stay out of trouble, maybe he will have to do more things for himself. the text and illustrations are filled with sly humor as well as a good lesson about respo [...]

    Kaylin Matejek
    This story is all about Lincoln Green, who has a double. You know, someone who looks exactly like him. While Lincoln Green is hanging out with friends, timing his handstands, or going on field-trips, his handy stand in, or You Know Who, is doing all the things Lincoln doesn't want to do. Their agreement works out for a while, but soon enough Lincoln Green finds himself in big trouble.Overall, I felt like this was just an okay book. It was a fun read and I'm sure there are loads of children who w [...]

    Ann
    Lincoln Green has a doppleganger and it's name is You-Know-Who. Whenever Lincoln doesn't want to go to the dentist, mow the grass or straighten up his room, he's happy to let You-Know-Who do it instead. Soon he leaves everything up to his alterego to pick up the slack until one day his You-Know-Who finds a more exciting counterpart in Billy, the next door neighbor. You-Know-Who is suddenly sipping "sarsaparilla" and doesn't want to come out of the treehouse. Lincoln, who has been leaning on his [...]

    Nick
    Cute, but nothing special. The reader is supposed to realize that the "double" for Lincoln is just his reflection, which can somehow come out of the mirror and do his homework and chores. How? Why? It just happens, and that would be okay if there was more to the story. It eventually goes wrong when the "double" gets lured away from doing all the chores, and the teacher notices that the writing on the homework is backwards [which the reader is never shown, so that somes as an odd surprise]. That' [...]

    Cornmaven
    I don't know. The illustrations are cute, the story is cute, but I don't think a little kid, who thinks literally, will get this at all. I didn't really get it. The You-Know-Who designation for an imaginary or ghostly twin just didn't make sense to me. While the consequences for not doing what needs to be done and for procrastinating makes for a good tale, the execution, for me, was left wanting. I can see a lot of kids saying, "Huh?" and then parents having to explain it and re-explain it.

    Dolly
    This is an entertaining, but odd story of a young boy who relies on an doppelganger stand-in for all of the boring, difficult, and irritating things that he doesn't want to do. The book has a bit of a predictable plot, but the illustrations quite humorous and complement the story nicely. We enjoyed reading this book together.

    Jen
    Lincoln Green would rather be doing interesting, fun things. He finds a solution in making his mirror image do all the lame things, like homework and permission slips for field trips. I enjoyed the illustration showing his homework filled out backwards. A little bit Tom Sawyer esq.

    Jennifer
    Cute story, but I didn't really get the overall picture. Maybe that kids need to learn that you have to do things that you don't always want to do.? I don't know lol.

    Robin Rockman
    Doesn't make a whole lot of sense to get to it's point.I can just imagine the questions the kids would ask and I wouldn't be able to answer.

    Jeremy
    Occasionally amusing, cute, but utterly pointless.

    Rosemond Cates
    Not what I was thinking it would be. Loved the cover, though!

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