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by Susan Meddaugh

eBook Martha Speaks (Turtleback School  Library Binding Edition) download ISBN: 0613035585
Author: Susan Meddaugh
Publisher: Turtleback Books; Bound for Schools & Libraries ed. edition (March 27, 1995)
Language: English
ePub: 1155 kb
Fb2: 1656 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals

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School & Library Binding. For use in schools and libraries only. Martha Speaks Series Susan Meddaugh. Problems arise when Martha, the family dog, learns to speak after eating alphabet soup.

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Comments: (7)
I bought this book after seeing the tv show, which I adore!

I love Martha's vivacious personality and her use of vocabulary, as well as the book's cute illustrations. At first I was a bit leery of the entire family telling Martha to 'shut up!' because that is a phrase we don't use in our house (!), but we definitely used it as a teaching tool - Martha's classic reaction should be enough of a reminder to kids how it feels when you say those hurtful words to someone. When my son did learn this phrase and brought it home to try out on his 2-year-old sister (sigh) i reminded him how Martha felt. His answer: "She was crushed." It wasn't long before he no longer used that phrase at home. :)
I purchased this book to read to my preschool class and they loved it. Afterwards the kids had alphabet soup for lunch, then i had then draw their own 'Martha' and practice their letters. It's a really fun way to reinforce something they usually might get frustrated or bored with. I plan on getting the rest of the books for them soon.
Kids love the idea of a talking dog, and Martha's story is amusing, as she develops the ability to speak after eating alphabet soup and then drives her family mad with her nonstop talking (except during her own televisioin shows, of course). It's unfortunate that the family eventually collectively yell at Martha to "SHUT UP!" but we just talk about the inappropriateness of the family's response, even when they're frustrated. Eventually they resolve the situation when Martha proves to be brave, intelligent and lucky during an encounter with a burglar. A bit loopy but kids love it/
Love this book!
Again, I wonder if my kids really understand the moral of the story (e.g., talking is great, but not if you bother people overly much), but they love it anyway!
Hawk Flying
Love this original series! Funny and clever.
The "Martha speaks" series is a favorite "read aloud" with my 4 and 6 year old grandsons. Also provides a lot of "fodder" for conversations about being polite!
This book is always a favorite read-aloud for my third grade class. I read the "balloon" comments really quickly, and my students laugh out loud! The book lends itself for teaching comprehension skills such as cause and effect and problem/solution. I had to order a new one because my old one was worn out!