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The Old Man and His Door

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Parties, Humorous Stories, Doors, Juvenile Fiction, Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction, Children: Grades 1-2, Fairy Tales & Folklore - Single Title, Juvenile Fiction / Humorous Stories, Fiction, Children"s 4-8 - Picture
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ISBN 100698116542
ISBN 139780698116542

Summary: The Old Man and His Door written by Gary Soto and illustrated by Joe Cepeda, tells that charming story of an old man on his way to a neighborhood barbeque. Within his book Gary Soto intermixes Spanish words, which gives the book a fun cultural aspect.4/5.

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Furthermore, it will make you laugh at all its humorous parts/5(9). A husband has a hard time hearing, and his wife tells him to bring a pig to the party.

Instead, the old man brings a door and helps others along his way. The illustrator used a lot of browns and greens in the story/5(3). The fun of this story is all the people he meets along the way and all the different uses he finds for his door.

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He had little alternative, since the violent crowd outside his house would easily break down the door. He begged them not to touch his guest, since the laws of hospitality overruled everything else.

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