I Like Fish (Step Into Reading: Step 1) by Margaret Wise Brown

By Margaret Wise Brown

This Step 1 reader derives from a poem through the writer of Goodnight Moon, children's literature legend Margaret clever Brown. Its uncomplicated vocabulary, rhyme and rhythm, and bright photograph clues make it excellent for emergent readers, introducing them to an inviting underwater international and a profitable studying event! G. Brian Karas has created totally wonderful paintings vignettes to exhibit the exceptionally diversified fish and the youngsters who love them.

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I am f labbergasted. ” I ask. “Your pa walked the both of them over,” Grandma says. ” “Sit down now, the four of you,” Grandma says. “Oh, Grandma! This is as good as having our tea party in the barn. ” There are gingersnaps on a plate and roses in a jelly jar in the middle of the table. And tiny snickerdoodles on a yellow plate. Grandma sees me looking. “Your ma sent the snickerdoodles with your pa,” she says. She brings her teapot and fills our cups with milk and a little tea. “Pearl tea,” I tell Lucy.

Your ma sent the snickerdoodles with your pa,” she says. She brings her teapot and fills our cups with milk and a little tea. “Pearl tea,” I tell Lucy. ” I am happy but choked up, the way I get when something is too nice to hold inside. I pick up the yellow plate. “Grandma,” I say. “I love you. “Have a snickerdoodle. They’re small.

And tiny snickerdoodles on a yellow plate. Grandma sees me looking. “Your ma sent the snickerdoodles with your pa,” she says. She brings her teapot and fills our cups with milk and a little tea. “Pearl tea,” I tell Lucy. ” I am happy but choked up, the way I get when something is too nice to hold inside. I pick up the yellow plate. “Grandma,” I say. “I love you. “Have a snickerdoodle. They’re small.

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