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One of Each Oliver Tolliver lives all alone and has one of everything in his little house one table, one chair, one apple, and one pear To him, it s perfect But when he invites Peggoty Small over to admire his arrangement, he finds she has quite another opinion She feels his one of each house leaves no room for anyone else Suddenly Oliver sees she s right, and he finds a pair for every single thing in his house In the end he realizes that sharing makes room for friends As only she can, Mary Ann Hoberman deftly crafts a simple, comforting story that speaks to every child s experience Accompanied by Marjorie Priceman s bold, colorful illustrations, this picture book is destined to become a story time favorite

10 thoughts on “One of Each

  1. Connie Connie says:

    Some rhyming books work Others don t They sound trite, or forced, or just awkward This is one of them.Worse, I don t think I quite like the message You should have two of everything so you can have friends I guess it s not a bad message, but why did it even need to be said When is this ever going to come up Seems like a long way to go to

  2. Heather Heather says:

    While this book ends with a positive message, my 5 year old niece asked me if Ms P was being rude to Oliver about halfway through the book I initially said, no, she s telling him that there s nowhere for her to sit And my niece said, But there s one sofa She can sit on that We flipped back to look, and she was right It s a small detail, bu

  3. Bookworm& Bookworm& says:

    I had fun reading this book The rhyme, the pictures and why one of each is important Then to share with a friend and realize one of each not enough Great story about sharing.

  4. Hααlεч ♥ Fιѕнεя Hααlεч ♥ Fιѕнεя says:

    This was a cute book I like the story

  5. Kelly Shiverdecker Kelly Shiverdecker says:

    Published 1997This children s fiction book is about a dog who has one of everything and lists everything he has from the types of furniture to the types of food he has, where at the end he invited his friends to come over and they brought one of something.

  6. Jessica LeBaron Jessica LeBaron says:

    One of EachMary Ann HobermanThis book is focused on the life of a dog named Oliver Tolliver Oliver Tolliver lived in a house all alone, and so he only ever had one of everything One book, one clock, one chair, one plate, and so on He really enjoyed only having one of each One day while he was walking out and about, he met a cat named Peggoty S

  7. Hannah Hannah says:

    Published 1997This fantasy book was about a dog who had one of each in his house He thought that everything was so perfect that he invitedanimals to see, but they weren t pleased because he only had one of each thing one chair, one plate So he boughtthings so that he was able to share withanimals.

  8. Deidra Elijah Deidra Elijah says:

    This book hits many concepts that children learn while they are growing up I believe this book teaches the concept of sharing because Oliver Toliver wanted to share his thing s with Peggidy, but the issue is, he only owned one of each item I think this book also teaches about friendship and how to approach people Last but not least I like the bo

  9. Ruth Ann Ruth Ann says:

    Oliver, the dog, is so pleased with his one of everything house that he shows it off to Peggoty the cat, who is not so impressed So he buys a second of everything so his house works better for company Very colorful book that would probably appeal to childrenbut even the with a rhyming text, it just didn t tickle MY fancy.

  10. Ashlee Gibson Ashlee Gibson says:

    This book is about a dog who has nothingof one of everything in his house When he tries to find a friend to share his house with, he finds that he must make some adjustments if he wants her to stay This book would be a good way to talk about the importance of sharing and how to make adjustments when needed.

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