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Ladybug Stories, Poems, and Songs Magazine for Young Kids and ChildrenLadybug Stories, Poems, and Songs Magazine for Young Kids and Children

Ladybug Stories, Poems, and Songs Magazine for Young Kids and Children

March 2019

Bring the magic of LADYBUG to pre-schoolers and early readers. Each issue offers a mix of enchanting stories at appropriate reading levels, with colorful illustrations that draw children into the text. Ear-pleasing poems, lively songs, and a 4-page craft insert round out this delightful reading experience. Pre-K-Grade 1

United States
Cricket Media, Inc.
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9 Issues


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max and kate

“It’s spring, Max!” says Kate. “The time when animals that have slept through the winter wake up.” “I wish I could sleep through the winter,” says Max, yawning. “Frogs, insects, and even these brown bears wake up when the weather gets warmer,” Kate explains. “I think I hear a bear that just woke up. He’s coming this way!” shouts Max, bouncing out of his chair. “Grrrrrr!” Charlie is crawling into the kitchen—in his bear pajamas! ■…

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name that baby animal!

A baby dog is called a pup, and so’s a baby bat.A baby rabbit’s called a kitten. So’s a baby cat. A baby cow is called a calf.A baby whale is, too, and so’s a baby elephant, giraffe, and baby gnu. A baby frog? A polliwog.A baby swan? A cygnet.A baby spider? Spiderling.A baby hedgehog? Piglet. A joey is a baby possum or a kangaroo.A baby goat is called a kid, and—guess what—so are you! ■…

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the picnic

“ Let’s have a picnic lunch,” said Mom.“Hooray,” said Jaden.Jaden packed a sandwich, chips, an apple, and a cookie into his lunchbox.He rode his bike to the park. Mom walked behind him.Jaden ate most of his sandwich, most of his chips, and most of the apple. He put the cookie into his pocket for later. “I ate my whole lunch!” said Jaden. “Good,” said Mom. Jaden ran to the swings. Mom followed. “Let’s have a picnic lunch,” said Mama Squirrel. “Hooray,” said Little Squirrel. Little Squirrel ate the sandwich crusts and the chip crumbs. He picked up the apple core to save for later. “I ate my whole lunch!” said Little Squirrel. “Good,” said Mama Squirrel. Little Squirrel scooted up a tree. Mama Squirrel followed.  “Let’s have a picnic…

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the disappearing act

is putting on a magic show for her brother, . “For my first trick, I will pull a bunny out of my .” holds out her . She waves the magic . “Abracadabra!” No bunny. taps her foot. “For my second trick, I will pull a penny from behind your ear.” wiggles her fingers. She twirls the magic . “Abracadabra!” No penny. shakes her head. A sweet smell floats in from the kitchen. Ooey, gooey chocolate chip ! “For my last trick, I will make something disappear.” straightens her cape. She flicks the magic . “Abra . . .” Crunch! “Ca…. . .” Munch! “Dabra!” Slurp! No more . cheers! “I’ve made the disappear!” says. “Yes,” her…

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the jacket flip trick

My jacket’s on the floor upside down But I know a trick to turn it around. I put my arms through the holes and I flip. But I still need my dad for a zip! GRUNT! OOF!! Almost there! ■…

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xander and the slide

Xander felt his face grow warm as his friends passed him. One after another, they climbed to the top of the slide. It looked so high. He counted the steps. There were ten of them. That was a lot of steps.His friend Ellie scrambled up. “Wheee!” she shouted as she easily slid down.Mark was next. “Whooo!”“Go on, Xander,” Ellie urged him. “It’s fun!”Xander shook his head. It looked scary. The steps seemed to reach the clouds. “Xander is always scared,” Ellie said. Her ponytail blew in the wind as she zoomed down the slide and then ran to get in line again.“Yeah, he never goes down the slide,” Mark said. He slipped down the slide, landed on his feet, and ran to the back of the line.Xander took a…