The Spaghetti-Slurping Sewer Serpent

The Spaghetti Slurping Sewer Serpent A hilarious story about a mysterious sewer serpent featuring the tongue twisting letter S

  • Title: The Spaghetti-Slurping Sewer Serpent
  • Author: Laura Ripes Aaron Zenz
  • ISBN: 9780761461012
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A hilarious story about a mysterious sewer serpent, featuring the tongue twisting letter S

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      Published :2020-02-17T11:21:39+00:00

    One Reply to “The Spaghetti-Slurping Sewer Serpent”

    1. Definitely a tongue twister to read aloud. Sammy is determined to find the Sewer Serpent. He finally does and agrees to keep him a secret.Illustrations are colorful and help bring the text to life.

    2. Aaron Zenz visited my son's school. The author left a fantastic impression on my boys' mind. He enjoyed Aaron and his books! So I bought The Spaghetti - Slurping Sewer Serpent, and read it to my darling. We both loved the book! It is fun, easy read and the illustrations are incredible! I am a new fan of Aaron Zenz!

    3. This has made the list of my favorite childrens books (at least the ones i have read to my son) it was cute and a fun book to read, he even got in on it with me and helped me read it. Definitely one i would recommend!

    4. StupendousA silly story that will warm your heart and tangle your tongue. A perfect book for someone who is struggling with speech and the "s" sound. Can't wait to work on sounds with my preschooler using this story.

    5. I just finished reading this to my girls. They loved it. It was a really cute story. I would definitely recommend it.

    6. This would be a great picture book for teaching alliteration/tongue twisters. It would also go well with fantasy or Halloween themed books. :)

    7. great!Lots of s words. Would be great for a s word lesson in kindergarten or first grade. The kids will love the tongue twisters.

    8. Excellent alliteration. Mediocre plot and characters. The illustrations were good, but lacked oomph and originality. Only read if you are studying the letter S. Ages 4-7.

    9. Sssuper sssilly. I especially liked the author's clever use of words-that-begin-with-the-letter-S throughout the book. I'm considering using it for my upcoming monster storytime.

    10. A cute, fun readLoved it! Seriously, a stupendous savory spaghetti tale with sewers, sisters, and serpents. Really enjoyed thisssss tale. ;) Take 5 minutes to read it.

    11. A wonderful tongue twister I read this to my five year old son who really seemed to enjoy it. As a parent I also enjoyed the tongue twisters.

    12. CuteMy 6 year old enjoyed this books. It really works out the "s" sound ! Would buy another from this author.

    13. This is a fun, imaginative story of a little boy who thinks there is a spaghettie slurping serpent living in the sewers. It has really good alliteration. Fun to read.

    14. Great!My daughter loved it and was very interested the whole read! We will read it again!I will also use it for teaching alliteration to my second graders! Great resource!

    15. I would have liked it more if the fresh new pages hadn't smelled like an industrial cleaning product. :-/


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