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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 September 2018

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

Land:
United States
Taal:
English
Uitgever:
Cricket Media, Inc.
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three o’clock on the farm

Dong! Dong! Dong! chimed the clock in the farmhouse parlor. Lady trotted down the porch steps, wagging her tail. She knew what time it was. Cluck-cluck-cluck! The chickens knew what time it was, too. They scurried after Lady, fussing and pecking, across the yard to the pigpen. Wee-ee! Wee-ee! The piglets knew what time it was. They wiggled out of their pen and scooted after Lady and the chickens. On they all went, cluck-cluck-cluck, wee-ee! wee-ee! past the field where the lambs were grazing. Ba-a-a! Ba-a-a! The lambs knew what time it was. One by one, they jumped over the fence and followed Lady and the chickens and the piglets, cluck-cluck-cluck, wee-ee-ee! ba-a-a! ba-a-a! past the vegetable patch where two rabbits were nibbling lettuce. The rabbits did not know what time it was. They…

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city bees

I knew my friend Mary kept bees. But I had no idea our play date was scheduled for honey harvest day! Even though Mary lives in the middle of Chicago, she has hives full of honeybees in her backyard. Mary gave me a big hat, gloves, and a suit that covered my whole body. I felt safe . . . but the bees still buzzed loudly. “Won’t the bees get angry and sting me?” I asked. “If a bee buzzes around you,” Mary said, “stay still, and it will leave you alone. Don’t move fast, or it will think you’re attacking. It just wants to protect its home. Bees can only sting once, so they try to hold their tempers.” Mary’s dad took us through a door in a tall fence. He told…

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to catch a cloud

“ Just one little cloud.” Rue bumped along on her Aunt Sookie’s shoulders, grabbing at the clouds in the big New York City sky. She reached up, up, up with all of her might, but all she caught was the fall breeze between her fingers. “Rats,” she huffed. “I’m still not high enough.” Rue loved clouds. She loved fluffy, cotton-candy clouds. She loved playing in rain clouds’ showers. And she loved clouds that looked like her favorite animals. If only she could catch one, she would love it most. “Look, Rue,” said Aunt Sookie. She pointed to a very, very tall building. “There’s the Empire State Building.” “Whoa!” Rue tried counting all of the Empire State Building’s windows. “One . . . two . . . three . . . four . . .”…

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