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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 February 2016

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

Max and Kate are treasure hunting. Kate and Kiwi find a swirly shell. Max and Mo find a small stone. It feels smooth and nice to hold. The stone is shaped like a heart. That gives Max an idea! “Happy Valentine’s Day, Kate!” Max whispers. ■…

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see the sea

I have a beach, it’s on my wallThe sky is blue, no clouds at allMums splash, Dads laugh, kids ride the wavesSalt stings their eyes, but they are braveI have a beach, it’s on my wallThe sky is pink, as nighttime fallsMums call, Dads pack, kids wade ashoreWith buckets full of shells and moreIn winter when it’s wet outdoorsI see my beach, it’s summer once moretext © 2016 by Nadine Cranenburgh, art © 2016 by Estelí Meza ■…

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winter bear

Deep in the snow in the brown-and-white forest is a den where a big bear sleeps. Beside the big bear is a little bear. They sleep all day and all night. It is warm in the cave, and the bears are fat.One day the little bear opens his eyes. He feels the warm fur of the big bear next to him and he almost goes back to sleep. But his nose itches, and he scratches it. He sits up and looks around. It is dark, but not as dark as it was in the deep winter.Maybe spring is here, he thinks. Or maybe summer. Maybe I slept too long! He shakes the big bear’s foot. “Wake up!” he says. “Winter is over! Maybe.”The big bear sleeps on. “Time to get…

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come to my tea party

I sent out invitations to all the bears I knew, picked pretty purple flowers, and baked a plum cake, too. But Polar Bear said, “Sorry.The snowdrifts are too deep.”Brown Bear phoned, “I’m drowsy.I need to go to sleep.”Panda’s text said, “Phooey.I’m stuck up in a tree.”But Teddy Bear said, “I’ll be there,And we’ll share cake and tea.” ■…

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Let’s play a game of Hide-and-seek.I’ll hide first, And don’t you peek! While you’re counting One, two, three, Into the closet, Can’t find me! Four, five, six, seven, Almost done.Eight, nine, ten, Now, time to run! Footsteps coming (Pound, heart, pound).The door flies open, EEK! I’m found. ■…

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wake up, jacob!

Are you ready to sing this song again? This time, try using your own name in the first line and singing about your favorite foods!Wake up, Ja-cob, day’s a - break-ing, Peas in the pot and___ corn-cakes bak-ing. Ba-con’s in the pan and cof - fee’s in the pot, __ Come on round and get it while it’s hot. __ ■…