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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • William Wakes Up
  • Linda Ashman
  • 09 April 2017
  • 9781484722831

William Wakes Up William And His Animal Friends Have Had The Whole Winter To Nap Now It S Time For Them To Wake Up And Welcome A Very Special Guest There S Lots To Do To Get Ready, From Scrubbing The Floors To Decorating The House To Baking A Tasty Treat But It S So Hard To Leave A Cozy Bed Will Everyone Get Up In Time To Do Their Part This Book S Gentle Rhymes And Humorous Illustrations Full Of Signs Of Spring Will Make It A Little Easier To Wait For The First Warm Days Of The Season


About the Author: Linda Ashman

The Nuts and Bolts Guide to Writing Picture Books .Linda lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina with her husband, Jack Hicks, their son Jackson, and their two dogs.


10 thoughts on “William Wakes Up

  1. says:

    Equally as adorable as William s Winter Nap

  2. says:

    William and his animal friends, whose story began in author Linda Ashman and illustrator Chuck Groenink s William s Winter Nap , return in this second picture book romp, this time welcoming a special guest, whose arrival marks the coming of spring The rhyming narrative here begins On a quiet morning, sleepy and still, William looks out on a moss covered hill He hears a faint and distant tune, and says, My friend will be here soon It s been a long and wintry wait we need a cake to celebrate Soon the young boy is enlisting snoozing friend after snoozing friend to prepareA fun, read aloud text is paired with bright, appealing artwork in William Wakes Up, which than lives up to its predecessor in terms of story time appeal There are echoes here of the story of The Little Red Hen, although here the friends all eventually do contribute, whe...

  3. says:

    My 7 year old daughter read this book to me It was great Perfectly appropriate for her, easy enough for her to read, plus is rhymed Me and my daughter thought the pictures where just beautiful, and the story teaches an important lesson about helping out.

  4. says:

    This book is adorable, both in story and art.

  5. says:

    This book is a sequel to William s Winter Nap published in 2017 Both books showcase rhyming text and the counting of animals In book 1, animals are added to the bed for a long winter nap However, in book 2, the animals are subtracted from the bed one at a time AND in a different order than they were added Further, there s one sneaky animal who might be pretending to be asleep while all the others take care of the work.This story could be used with children to supplement a discussion of hibernation, the start of spring, addition subtraction, the importance of everyone lending a help...

  6. says:

    Springtime is coming, and William, a young boy, is expecting a special guest, to come soon in this rhyming story.Raccoon is the last to get up, after chipmunk, groundhog, porcupine, and bear wake up to help get ready for the arrival of William s friend, a bluebird Note Not all of these were hibernating Ground...

  7. says:

    William Wakes Up, by Linda Ashman and Chuck Groenink is a darling combination of THE LITTLE RED HEN and TEN LITTLE MONKEYS SLEEPING ON THE BED On a quiet morning,sleepy and still,William looks out on a moss covered hill.He hears a faint and distant tune,and says, My friend will be here soon.it s been a long and wintry wait we need a cake to ...

  8. says:

    This month a wondering world gets to visit with William and his slumbering friends again William Wakes Up Disney Hyperion, February 5, 2019 written by Linda Ashman with pictures by Chuck Groenink takes us back to the cabin mont...

  9. says:

    William wakes up and is all excited because it s springtime With bouncy, rhyming text and softly colored illustrations, young readers will become excited too as each animal wakes up and pitches in to help William welcome his special guests There are some cu...

  10. says:

    This book was just ok to me It has a good message that everyone needs to help out and I can see using it for a good subtraction lesson in the younger grades but it wasn t my favorite It was part of my JLG subscriptions for the Read Aloud I think it would be best for Pre K...

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