Could Be Worse!

Could Be Worse! Unexcitable Gramps Surprises Everyone With A Whopping Tale Of Derring Do That Proves There S Life In The Old Boy Yet Stevenson S Watercolors Couldn T Be Better School Library Journal. Summary This book is about a grandpa and a grandson The grandson says that everything was always the same at his grandpa s house The grandpa always had the same breakfast, read the same paper, and he would always say the same thing could be worse However one day his grandpa said something different, he said Guess what He then proceeded to tell his grandkids a dream that he had when he went to bed After the dream he asked them what they thought of the dream, they replied, could be wo Summary This book is about a grandpa and a grandson The grandson says that
Nothing new ever happens at Grandfather s house, and his favorite response to everything is Could be worse One day he overhears his grandchildren wondering if anything interesting ever happens to him, and the next morning he greets them with a tremendously tall tale involving a kidnapping by a large bird, an encounter with an abominable snowman, a journey to the bottom of the sea, and a ride on a paper airplane It becomes evident at the end of his story that his is gently pulling the childre Nothing new ev
Cute. This came in a box of city library discards I picked up for the Little Free Libraries in town The title cover art made me start reading The illustrations have a simple beauty The prose is captivating I loved it A septuagenarians 2. Simple and entertaining. Its great People who have seen hard times are tough to impress In Could Be Worse by James Stevenson, two kids can t seem to get their grandfather to offer them any sympathy No trying, troublesome, gut wrenching day can get any comment out of him other than, Could be worse Nothing upsets Grandpa s apple cart, not even when the dog makes a mess on a rug so 1970s, it s practically dog camouflage Stevenson was a prolific children s book author and New Yorker cartoonist, and his illustrations anticipat People who have seen hard times are tough to impress In Could Be Worse by James Stevenson, two kids can t seem to get their grandfather to offer them any sympathy No trying, troublesome, gut wrenching day can get any comment out of him other than, Could be worse Nothing upsets Grandpa s apple cart, not even when the dog makes a mess on a rug so 1970s, it s practically dog camouflage Stevenson was a prolific children s book author and New Yorker cartoonist, and his illustrations anticipate the trend in modern books of using panels to convey multiple eve
Grandpa always says the same thing, could be worse, whenever his grandkids tell him something They assume that it s because he leads a very uninteresting life To spice things up, he tells them a story of his previous evening when he was abducted from his bed, horrible things happen to him, and he finally returns shaken, but alive Their response I bet you can guess Funny, but completely unrealistic Grandpa needs to work on his tall tales, but as a first attempt at leading an interesting Grandpa always
This marvelous story was a favorite among my children and students It introduced the mantra could be worse, into the children s vocabulary It is imaginative and funny Children enjoy Grandpa s top witted comparisons
A short, but humorous story about some kids whose grandfather s catch phrase is, Could be worse They determine this is because he s boring and nothing interesting every happens to him But one morning over breakfast he tells them quite the adventuresome tall tale You can guess t

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Could Be Worse!
  • James Stevenson
  • English
  • 23 December 2018
  • 0688070353