Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
From the moment Alexander wakes up, everything goes wrong! He wakes up with gum in his hair, fights with his friends, and has to eat lima beans for dinner. At the end of his rough day, Alexander learns some days are just like that. All kids experience this type of day, and will be glad to find they are not alone! He wakes up with gum in his hair, doesn't get a seat by the window during carpool, doesn't get dessert in his lunch, is rebuffed by his friends on the playground, has to get a cavity fixed at the dentist, and has to eat lima beans for dinner. The difficult situations Alexander finds himself in, and his way of dealing with them, are what makes this book ripe for philosophical discussion.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day , written by Judith Viorst and illustrated by Ray Cruz , is a classic picture book designed to sympathize with any child who has ever had a horrible day. The story is about a young boy, Alexander, who is having a particularly bad day. On the outside, this book may seem like a typical 32 page picture book, however, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day , is far from ordinary. This book is categorized as contemporary realistic fiction due to the possibility that the events, setting, and characters could exist in the real world. This may contribute to the reason why Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day has remained popular since it was written in , and remains to be a book that is not only read and loved, but is read over and over again.
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Of all the books out there that deal with schadenfreude, none do it quite so well as Alexander. I Mean It! Going to Move. Of course he started life in this book where everything that could possibly go wrong does. The perfect antidote to any adult that claims that childhood is one sweet, blissful, stress free ride of innocence and carefree days.
I Mean It! From the moment Alexander wakes up, things just go wrong in his way. As he gets up, the chewing gum that's in his mouth last night somehow ends up in his hair. He trips on the skateboard. He drops his sweater in the sink while the water is running.