Dinner At The Panda Palace by Stephanie Calmenson

Dinner At The Panda Palace

byStephanie Calmenson

Paperback | January 6, 1995

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Celebrate the 25th anniversary of Dinner at the Panda Palace! In this charming counting book, perfect for back to school, children will learn the importance of inclusion.

Join one hungry elephant, two carsick lions, three pigs running from a wolf, and dozens of other playful yet famished animals as they swing, bound, and bounce into the Panda Palace for a hearty meal. But when the restaurant is totally full, will Panda make room for one more guest?

This fun, rhyming counting book is celebrating 25 years in print!

About The Author

Stephanie Calmenson is the author of many acclaimed books for children. They have been called "marvelous" (Publishers Weekly), "lyrical" (School Library Journal), and "sweet, funny, and right on the mark" (ALA Booklist). Her books include Dinner at the Panda Palace, a PBS Storytime Book; Welcome, Baby! Baby Rhymes for Baby Times; Good ...
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Title:Dinner At The Panda PalaceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.08 inPublished:January 6, 1995Publisher:HarperCollins

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0064434087

ISBN - 13:9780064434089

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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"As Mr. Panda graciously greets guests arriving at his restaurant, he also invites readers to enjoy a rollicking counting rhyme. A peanut-selling elephant, two carsick lions, and on through assorted critters until ten chickens bring the seating to capacity. Funny quatrains are reinforced with hilarious illustrations".--School Library Journal. Featured on PBS's Storytime. Full color

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"This sprightly story in rhyme also incorporates a counting lesson [and] closes on a warm, satisfying note." (ALA Booklist)