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by Betsy Byars

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Betsy Byars
Viking Juvenile; Ex-library edition (March 1, 1996)
Growing Up & Facts of Life
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I did not want to go to the farm. I had a new plane model and I wanted to play with it, and then my mum told me about aunt Millie's farm. I don't want to go to a farm," I said.

I did not want to go to the farm. But, Tom, why not?" "Because I don't want t. "You don't want to go now," my mum said, "but after you think about it, you will. I will never want to g. "How do you know? When I first saw this farm, I loved it.

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In a collection of easy-to-read tales, Ant and his big brother recreate the story of the three little pigs, help each other do homework, and defend their home from a group of stubborn monsters.
  • This book is an endearing set of 4 short stories that had me grinning from the heart and my kids (age 6) laughing hysterically. "Love, Ant" is such an endearing story about thanking Santa... "Spider" is very cute as 'Ant' explains to his smart brother that the drawing on the homework paper is not a spider..."Monster" is sweet when Ant's big brother gets rid of the monster under his bed..."3 Little Figs" is laugh out loud funny as Anthony's big brother misreads a classic to him... This is the story that sent me looking for this set of books because my dad misread stories to me and I misread stories to my kids. As I read the rest of the stories I fell in love with all of them!

  • Its a Xmas gift. Its looks like my grandson will love it!

  • My youngest really got into this title. I think the nature of the relationship between big and little brother really spoke to him :)

  • "My Brother, Ant" has the stories of the boy who is afraid of the monster under his bed, who draws a picture on his brother's homework, who insists his brother read a story the way it's written, and who writes a thank you letter to Santa in July. It is also the story of his older brother who vanquishes the monster, who finds a solution to the picture on his homework, who finally begins to read the story the way it's written, and who takes dictation of the letter to Santa. This book accomplishes something that most easy readers do not: it appeals to the younger child for whom this level of readers are generally written, but it also appeals to a slower reader of an age group several years older. Ingeniously, it has all of the best features of an easy reader: many sight words but an easy vocabulary--including recognizable compound words, and short sentences amidst a lot of space on the pages. Best of all, it's funny, and the dialog and pictures are magnificent!

  • My Brother, Ant

    By Betsy Byars

    If you have a little brother you,might be interested in this book. This piece of realistic fiction has four mini stories that tell about Ant, an annoying younger brother.

    Why does Ant have a monster under his bed?

    Why does Ant draw a spider on his brother's spelling paper?

    Why does brother keep calling pigs figs?

    Why does Ant want to write Santa a letter in July?

    If you are looking for easy reading you will be very interested in this entertaining book. Open My Brother, Ant and you will find the answers to all the questions in this review!

    Written by Sara Walter

  • My Brother, Ant, written by the great Betsy Byars, and Illustrated by Marc Simont, is sure to be just the ticket to encourage your child to enjoy reading. Unlike the sing-songy, uneventful easy readers of days past, this story is delightful and engaging.
    Ant's older brother tells the story, and while he is often exasperated by his younger siblings "ANT-ics", the love shines through. The words are simple, but they are woven skillfully to create an enjoyable read. Mix that with the humorous, jump off the page illustrations and you've got a winner!

  • My Brother Ant was a good book because it was scary!I love scary books He was crying because he thought there was a moster under his bed. If youwant to know more Read the book.

  • What a delight! This book humerously delivers anecdotes of "brotherly love"! As a mother of two boys, I found it very endearing. My oldest son must have been able to relate to Ant's big brother's methods of tender teasing. I've never seen him laugh so hard. Hurray Besty Cromer Byars, we'll be looking for more of your cleverly written "brother" stories!