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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 January 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

United States
Cricket Media, Inc.
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9 Issues


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i spy

(art © 2017 by Nicole in den Bosch) Keep an eye out forus! We are going to r oll throu gh t his magazine wit h you! ■…

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max and kate

Kate and Max are going skiing! They are riding to Bunny Hill, a gentle ski slope. “To slow down, point your skis in, like a pizza slice,” says Kate’s daddy. “If your skis are straight, like spaghetti sticks, you’ll go real fast.” Skiing is fun! Kate makes a good pizza slice. She glides slowly through the hoops with her mommy’s help. When it’s Max turn, he wants to do it all by himself. He zooms through the hoops way too fast.“Pizza slice, Max! Pizza slice!” shouts Kate. Max lands in a snowdrift with a huge grin . . . and a hungry tummy.“Now I’m ready for a large pizza slice!” he laughs. ■…

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picture books in winter

Summer fading, winter comes—Frosty morning, tingling thumbs,Window robins, winter rooks,And the picture storybooks.Water now is turned to stoneFather and I walk upon;Still we find the flowing brooksIn the picture storybooks.All the pretty things put by,Wait upon the children’s eye,Sheep and shepherds, trees and crooks,In the picture storybooks.We may see how all things are,Seas and cities, near and far,And the flying fairies’ looks,In the picture storybooks. ■…

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a visit to the library

Jesse is going to the library with his little sister Anna. Dad and baby Sam are coming, too.“Do you think the library will have a book about fish, Dad?” asks Jesse. He wants an aquarium for his birthday. “I need to know what fish like to eat.”“I’m sure they will,” says Dad. “They have books about almost everything.” But Jesse is still worried. The librarian gives Jesse and Anna each a library card. Now they can check out their very own books and keep them for two weeks!“Do you have a book about fish?” Jesse asks the librarian.She takes Jesse to the computer station and helps him type “fish” into the online catalog. Jesse sees that the library has many fish books, but what if they are all…

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a norwegian nisse

My older brother Lars went skiing every night, tall and strong in his blue-and-white knit sweater. Most nights he was quiet as the stars and calm like falling snow. But tonight he skied so fast that he nearly whizzed into our house.“I saw a nisse! ” Lars called to Ma. “I told you so! I’m going back to find him.”Ma sighed. She did not believe in elves with long white beards. She did not believe they ate the porridge and butter I left out last Christmas. She did not believe they lived in the woods behind our hytte, protecting our cozy Norwegian home. But Dad did. Long ago, he told me and Lars a secret: a good nisse would turn to stone if a grownup looked into…

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holly wakes early

One morning in January, Holly Hedgehog’s alarm clock rang. BRIIIING!“Spring already?” snuffled Grandma, snuggling deeper into her bed of dried leaves.Holly blinked. It was dark in the cozy nest. BRIIIING!Could it be? “Hurrah! Spring at last!” cried Holly. Spring was the most perfect part of the whole year!“Go on up,” mumbled Grandma. “I’ll be there soon.” Then she rolled over and started snoring. Holly could not wait. “Flowers!” she whispered, as she scrambled up through soft, dry leaves. “Butterflies!” she sang. “Green grass! Fluffy clouds! Spring!”She was almost in the wide open world. Holly stuck her nose up through the last layer of leaves.The air smelled clear, and clean, and . . . cold? Holly poked her head up into the garden. She couldn’t believe her eyes.There was…