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Grasshopper on the Road

af Arnold Lobel

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As Grasshopper sets out to follow a road, he meets some unusual characters.
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Grasshopper on the Road by Arnold Lobel (1978; 1986 ed.), paperback, 62 pages.

READING LEVEL: 2.9 AR POINTS: 0.5

Grasshopper walks down the road where he runs into and interacts with all kinds of other insects doing their own thing. The stories are alright, but the endings fall flat, a little unfinished feeling, but still a great little book for beginner readers.

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  MissysBookshelf | Sep 2, 2023 |
Grasshopper is a mellow but adventurous character; he encounters all sorts of other bugs on his travels down the road, including some morning-loving beetles, a worm in an apple, a cleaning-obsessed fly, a rules-worshiping mosquito, and some stuck-in-their-ways butterflies. Grasshopper has a wonderful sense of equanimity, a water-off-a-duck's back attitude, and he treats those he meets with dignity while not bowing to anyone else's whims. Good on audio as well.

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  JennyArch | Sep 4, 2018 |
Pilgrim's Progress for the romper room set. Frog and Toad are fabulous, but I say Up with Grasshopper! No author could get across more complexity of plot and characterization on the first-grade level than Arnold Lobel. "Grasshopper" is an allegory of Everyman on the road of life, and our leggy protagonist runs into bugs with all kinds of personality quirks. He meets beetle zealots, a histrionic worm, a narcissistic mosquito, a clean-freak housefly, and obsessive-compusive butterflies. Grasshopper deals with all of them with grace, style, and perfect self-composure. None of them suck him into their neuroses, or even slow him down for very long. It's never too early for the lessons this book teaches--stay centered and grounded, be optimistic, keep to your own path. And beware of all the narrow-minded wackos out there. ( )
  jillrhudy | Mar 3, 2015 |
A grasshopper decides to travel down a road. He meets many different people (animals) along the way.
  skpuckett | Nov 16, 2009 |
I would recommend this book to all ages. The meetings in this book are funny and make you want to turn the page to find out what's next. This story makes reading fun.
  mdkladke | Nov 16, 2009 |
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