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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 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

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Cricket Media, Inc.
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IN THIS ISSUE

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max and kate

It’s Thanksgiving! Max, Kate, and their families are visiting Aunt Sue. Suddenly, Max points out of the patio doors. “Wow, look who else came over for breakfast!” Everyone peeks out to see a flock of wild turkeys. They are flapping and pecking at tasty acorns from Aunt Sue’s oak tree. “Big birds are dancing!” says Charlie, flapping his arms and gobbling like a turkey. Kate and Max join Charlie’s dance. Soon everyone is doing the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot! ■…

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little turkey

I have a little turkey, I keep him close to me. Do you see him walk? Wobble-wibble-wobble. Can you hear him talk? Gobble-gobble-gobble! ■…

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anna goes on vacation

Anna packed her pajamas and slippers. Her toothbrush was in her backpack, too. And her favorite book.Standing by the back door, Anna called out to her father, “I’m going on vacation now.”The first time Anna went on vacation, she was four years old. Back then, she and her father took an airplane to visit her grandmother in Vermont.Now Anna was five. On this trip, Anna didn’t need to go on an airplane. And this trip was the first time Anna was going all by herself. “I sure am going to miss you, Anna-Panda,” said her father. He gave her a big, big bear hug.Anna hugged him back.“Looks like you’re all set,” said her father. “Do you have everything you need?”Anna gasped. “I forgot something.”Anna thumped up the stairs, ran in…

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silly suitcases

(art © 2016 by Sam Rennocks)These travelers just got off an airplane. Now they are at the baggage carousel waiting for their luggage. Can you match each traveler to his or her suitcase? ■…

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dear children

December 1 Dear Children , I’m packing my bag full of icy-cold white, A bag full of sparkles to scatter tonight. Find your wool mittens, and get out your sleds. Dream bright winter dreams when you’re tucked in your beds.I’ll pass by your windows. I’ll slip through your town. The streetlights will shimmer as soft flakes fall down. The sky’s growing dark now. The frozen winds blow. I’m coming, My Children ! Your Friend, ■…

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winter quilt

After the snow falls, a gray squirrel peeks out of a hole in an oak tree. He climbs up the tree’s trunk. Snow slips off as he leaps across a big branch.A brown leaf hangs from a twig above him. The squirrel stretches on his hind legs, grabs the leaf, and crumples it into his mouth. Reaching up, he pulls off one leaf after another. Soon the squirrel’s mouth can hold no more leaves. He dashes across the branch and dives down into his hole. Another squirrel peeks out of the hole. She climbs up the other side of the trunk and runs across a skinny branch. The branch bounces up and down while she pulls off leaves. She stuffs the leaves into her mouth, then brings them back to…

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