LUCKY JAKE



LUCKY JAKE When Jake And Pa Find A Gold Nugget Big Enough To Buy A Pet, There Aren T Any Dogs To Be Found And So Jake Gets A Pig Four Legs, Floppy Ears, And A Tail , And He Names Him Dog.Lucky For Pa And Jake, Dog Has A Nose For Finding Good Fortune And Where Luck Grows Like A Cornstalk Tall And Golden And Strong Dog And Jake Are Sure To Be Found, Ready For Whatever Comes Next.

10 thoughts on “LUCKY JAKE

  1. says:

    Sweet.

  2. says:

    Goldrush YoungReaders PictureBook BookReview ChildrensBooks amreading Jobs pets Cooking When Jake and his dad find a gold nugget, their story turns unusual.

  3. says:

    Lucky Jake is a book written for young readers that takes place during the gold rush era Jake wants a dog desparately, but settles for a pet pig he names dog, instead As Jake and Dog travel further West with Jake s prospector father they encounter other animals, and some corn which is made into corn fritters Jake s father realizes that his corn fritters are popular and opens up a little resturant to serve the other prospectors in the area He constantly states how lucky he is, and the reader is supposed to understand that it is because of Jack that he is lucky, but it is very unclear At the end, instead of being happy with the new life that has been carved out for them, Jack s dad exclaims that next year they are back to finding gold Overall the main theme of the book is confusing and it is hard to figure out if the story is ab...

  4. says:

    Personal reflection This book takes the reader on an unexpected journey through the life of a young boy and his pet pig, named dog Ironically this young boy, Jake, his pig, Dog, and his Pa are seemingly down on their luck But Jake finds the positive in everything His finds something everyday to be thankful for and says something like, that was lucky The moral of the story is that big things can come in small packages and that we should be grateful for all we have Purpose Read aloud or read to self 1st 2nd grade level Curriculum This book could be read aloud when perhaps a child in class thinks that life isn t fair The book does a nice job of showing that we can be thankful for the tiniest things, like a kernel of corn or a runty pig No matter what, we can t ever give up You just neve...

  5. says:

    California Gold Rush

  6. says:

    Not exactly a cumulative story, but the same refrain that was lucky Not exactly historical fiction, but this is about gold miners.

  7. says:

    Fun book to read with young readers Kids loved to always add their version of, YUP LUCKY Funny how it reminded me people from my past.

  8. says:

    There was absolutely nothing about this book that held my interest The illustrations were ok, I loved the contrast, but the storyline couldn t even boost that rating for me.

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