Moose is having a Valentine’s Day party, and all his friends are so excited! Everyone except Groundhog, that is. If Groundhog sees his shadow outside, he’ll hide in his hole for six more weeks and miss the party! Determined to help their friend join them, Moose, Squirrel, Bunny, and Porcupine put their heads together and come up with a plan. But will it be enough to get Groundhog out to play? This heartwarming picture book by the author of Va...
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- On February 1st, Moose starts planning a grand Valentine's Day party with the help of Squirrel, Rabbit, and Porcupine. They're inviting everyone but worry that if Groundhog sees his shadow on February 2nd, he'll return to his hole and will miss the Valentine's Day party. They bicker for so long about how they're going to keep Groundhog from seeing his shadow that they miss Groundhog coming out of his hole altogether.Hijinks ensue.The story is cut...
- Lovingly titled, Ground(hug) Day mashes up four long-time holidays, one of them being Valentine’s Day. Nestled in beautiful scenery by New York Times bestselling illustrator, Christopher Denise, our animal friends show tons of heart. Anne Marie Pace pins the ‘tale’ on Moose’s Valentine party, where everyone important must come to join him. But when you have a friend who retreats at the sight of his shadow right before Valentine’s Day, p...
- A great story that will have you smiling and amazing Christopher Denise illustrations to add to the story. A wonderful book.
- I received a copy of this book from Disney Hyperion in exchange for an honest review. Groundhug Day is a delightful story of friendship. Moose wants to have a Valentine's Day party, but he knows his friend, groundhog will not be able to attend if he sees his shadow. The animals work together to come up with a solution. They first think of ways to keep groundhog from seeing his shadow. When they discover that shadows frighten Groundhog, they work ...
- Moose plans a Valentine's Day party for February 14 and tries to come up with a way to make sure that his friend, Groundhog, will be able to attend. On February 2, if Groundhog sees his shadow, he'll go back to his burrow for 6 more weeks of winter and will miss the party. Moose and his animal friends brainstorm ideas to prevent this from happening, but they miss their opportunity to implement any of their schemes and the worst comes to pass! Onc...
- Groundhug Day by Anne Marie Pace and illustrated by Christopher Denise, reminds me of the 1985 classic children's book, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie! This book is similar to Laura Numeroff's words and Felicia Bond's illustrations. Both books are strong five star reads! In Groundhug Day, Moose is planning a party for Valentine's Day. Squirrel, Bunny, and Porcupine are all there to help him. There is a slight problem, however, since tomorrow is Gro...
- Moose and friends are preparing for their upcoming Valentine's Day party, but it just won't be the same without everyone there. But how does one convince a groundhog to stay out of his den when he's seen his shadow? A most pushing dilemma, but one these friends are more than up for...if groundhog will cooperate that is. A charming story filled with heart, humor, and good intent, and overflowing with cheerful illustrations that'll bring a smile to...
- A cute little book about friendship and sharing. And a twist on Groundhog Day. Though the story's premise is Moose wanting to celebrate Valentine's Day with all his friends, including sleepy Groundhog, it ends up being much more than that. The final spread reveals another twist not evident in the text which makes for a pleasant surprise for young audiences.
- There were so many wonderful things about Pace's GROUNDHUG DAY--the celebration of multiple spring holidays, team work amongst friends and the acceptance of the quirky likes and dislikes of others. Parents and teachers will be able to take this book into so many wonderful directions, all while being fascinated by the spectacular illustrations. You're going to want to hug this sweet story.
- This book was so cute. We loved it. The illustrations were very well done. The text was delivered on the pages to help the reader get more from the story. I loved the group’s need to keep the groundhog from missing the valentines party. I loved the ending with st Patrick’s day and Easter. I loved that it was just a group of nice friends - a simple story.
- A sweet, refreshing message of love and encouragement from animal friends for Valentine's Day.
- Cute story. Nice pictures, friendship, holidays, brainstorming, problem solving etc.
- 3.5 Stars
- A really cute book to introduce children to not only Valentines day, but Groundhog day, and even Easter. Its a really cute book about friendship and fear. The illustrations are cute too!
- A wonderful and fun slant on Groundhog Day! The story is sweet and funny and you will want to snuggle in with the characters on the pages.
- Sweet but not particularly compelling celebration of friendship and spring holidays. Ages 4-7.
- Love, love, the illustrations! And a cute story, too!
- Oh, my goodness. these are the most darling illustrations I've seen in a long time. Wonderfully adorable.
- I'm sad this wasn't better :(
- Very cute story and amazing illustrations.
- A new cast of characters? I'm in love already, so I really hope they return.
- One of my favorite Groundhog Day stories ever. Those illustrations just melted my heart... so sweet.
- I thought this book was adorable. The illustrations were great, and the story was a hoot. I liked how so many of the holidays at least got a nod (the gag with Bunny at the end was great).
- A sweet mashup of Valentines and Groundhog's day.
- Cuter than I expected.