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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 November/December 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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max and kate

Max, Kate, and Charlie are visiting Kate’s grandmother. She has a new puppy! “His name is Frank,” Grandma says. Frank is very well-behaved on his walk. They pass the animal shelter where he used to live. Frank wags his tail at his old friends. “I hope the other doggies find new homes soon,” says Max. Back home, Frank heads to his water dish. He’s not the only one who is thirsty. Charlie's drink splashes, too! After lunch, Charlie says “arf,” and Max says “woof-woof,” and Kate says “bow-wow-wow!” Then those three puppies notice that Frank is missing. They find Frank on the sofa. He is curled up with Kiwi, fast asleep. “He drinks like Charlie, but he sleeps like me!” says Kate.…

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roger

Roger looks lonely. I think he needs some pebbles for the bottom of his bowl. Or maybe he wants some feathery ferns to swim around in. I’ll get him some great big rocks to hide behind and a giant clam to blow bubbles for him. Maybe even a castle and a treasure chest to explore. Look, Roger, it’s a deep-sea diver. And here’s a mermaid to keep the diver company. Careful, don’t let him get the treasure! Still lonely, Roger? Wait! I know what Roger needs! Stay right there, Roger. Roger, this is Agatha. And this is Simon. And this is Bernadette. There! Look at Roger now. He’s surrounded by friends—and a mermaid, a deep-sea diver, a treasure chest, a castle, a clam, rocks, ferns, and pebbles. He doesn’t look lonely at all. He just looks…

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cookies for jacob

Maya is at the post office with Grandpa. They are sending a package of delicious butterscotch cookies to her cousin, Jacob. Maya and Grandpa made the cookies together, and she decorated the box with special stickers. When they get to the counter, a nice woman named Vivian weighs the package and puts a shipping label on it. Grandpa pays for the postage. Maya wonders how the cookies will get to Jacob. “Will somebody drive them all the way to his house?” she asks Vivian. Maybe she could go, too! Vivian tells Maya what she would see if she could follow the package on its way. In the back of the post office, it will travel on a moving belt . . . . . . through a machine that can read the code on the…

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winter welcome mat

What You'll Need: bird seeds sunflower seeds unsalted peanuts cracked corn wooden spoon large cookie sheet paper cups apple and orange slices (optional) What to Do: 1. Choose a smooth area of snow for the mat. If you make it by a window, you can watch the birds eat. 2. Press the cookie sheet firmly into the snow to make a rectangular shape. 3. With the handle of the wooden spoon, draw shapes or designs in the rectangle. You’ll fill these with the treats for the birds. 4. Fill each paper cup with a different seed, peanuts, or corn. Bend a little spout into the side of each cup to make pouring easier. 5. Decide which treat goes where, then sprinkle even layers of them inside the shapes. If you like, add a border of sliced fruit.…

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the gift

As he lay awake that night, Bebeto could hear his parents discussing his sister Ana’s birthday. It was just two days away. Birthdays were always a lot of fun, even though there was no money for store-bought gifts. Nearly all of the toys he and his sister had were homemade. There was nothing wrong with that, he knew. Like many families in this part of Brazil, they were poor. This birthday would be different, though. Ana was older now, and he’d seen how her eyes lit up when she saw the new doll at Zulma’s Presentes, a neighborhood store just down the road from their house. How he longed for her to have it! An idea finally came to him just before he drifted off to sleep. After a quick breakfast the…

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