Peepers

Peepers It s fall again and time for Jim and Andy to help their dad run Fred s Fall Color Tours The tourists they shuttle around are Leaf Peepers and boy do those Peepers love to ooh and aah about the dumb

  • Title: Peepers
  • Author: Eve Bunting James E. Ransome
  • ISBN: 9780152602970
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Hardcover
  • It s fall again, and time for Jim and Andy to help their dad run Fred s Fall Color Tours The tourists they shuttle around are Leaf Peepers and, boy, do those Peepers love to ooh and aah about the dumbest things Leaves, trees, pumpkins Bo o ring But this yerar, even as they poke fun at the Peepers, Jim and Andy can t help but notice how the leaves floating in the riIt s fall again, and time for Jim and Andy to help their dad run Fred s Fall Color Tours The tourists they shuttle around are Leaf Peepers and, boy, do those Peepers love to ooh and aah about the dumbest things Leaves, trees, pumpkins Bo o ring But this yerar, even as they poke fun at the Peepers, Jim and Andy can t help but notice how the leaves floating in the river look like a brilliantly colored island, and how the spiky tree branches seem to sweep the clouds across the night sky Maybe the Peepers aren t so silly after all.

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    1 thought on “Peepers”

    1. Rather an odd book, actually. I couldn't quite figure out the target audience. The two main boys seemed very much like sullen middle-schoolers, snarking under their breath while having to help with the family business. Yet it's a picture book - a little young for kids who'd be relating to that attitude. Yes, the boys do eventually see that they live in a very beautiful area. But since they never apologize, it felt to me more like something younger kids (i.e. the picture book age group) would emu [...]

    2. It's fall again, & time for Jim and Andy to help their dad run Fred's Fall Color Tours. The tourists they shuttle around are "Leaf Peepers"--and, boy, do those Peepers love to ooh & aah about the dumbest things. Leaves, trees, pumpkins. Bo-o-ring.But this year, even as they poke fun at the Peepers, Jim & Andy can't help but notice how the leaves floating in the river look like a brilliantly colored island, & how the spiky tree branches seem to sweep the clouds across the night sk [...]

    3. This is a good book for the New England region, where there is an entire tourist season devoted to the colorful fall foliage. The two boys in the story are a bit irritating and disrespectful throughout the story, but by the end they come to understand the draw for the tourists, even if they never admit it or feel a need to apologize for the rude behavior.

    4. I loved the illustrations. Beautiful New England fall scenes. I liked the two mischievous little boys was an interesting take on the usual "oh isn't fall so pretty" story.

    5. While helping their dad run Fred's Fall Color Tours in New England, Jim and Andy think the tourists are pretty silly; then one night the boys experience something that makes them change their minds.

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