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Ladybug Stories, Poems, and Songs Magazine for Young Kids and Children

Ladybug Stories, Poems, and Songs Magazine for Young Kids and Children

November/December 2019

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

País:
United States
Língua:
English
Editora:
Cricket Media, Inc.
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1 minutos
max and kate

One morning, after a stormy night at Aunt Sue’s house, Max, Kate, and Charlie hear a honking sound. They find a tired wild goose in the orchard. Aunt Sue tells them that the goose probably needed a rest. “Flocks of geese fly south in the fall to avoid the colder weather,” she says. “I hope Goosie hasn’t lost his friends!” Kate says. Max and Kate toss a little bit of Aunt Sue’s bird seed to the tired goose. The next morning, they hurry to the orchard. They are just in time to see Goosie take off with a friendly honk. “Listen!” says Kate. They hear more honking calls high in the sky. Looking up, they see flocks of noisy geese overhead. “Have a safe trip, Goosie!” shouts Max as they all wave goodbye.…

1 minutos
bear’s holiday cards

At the post office, Bear mailed many holiday cards. Then he hurried back to his house. He put two extra blankets on his bed. After he ate dinner, Bear went to sleep for the winter. Days, weeks, and months went by. Snow fell, and snow melted. The creek beside Bear’s house froze and unfroze. Bear kept on sleeping. And the postal carrier kept on stopping by Bear’s quiet house to drop mail into his big mailbox. In the spring, Bear woke up. “What a good long rest,” he said. “I feel great.” He opened his mailbox. “I have even more mail than last winter!” Many of his friends had sent him holiday cards. They showed pictures of snow, sleds, mittens, and cups of cocoa. Smiling, Bear put the cards on the mantelpiece of his fireplace.…

1 minutos
winter is on its way

The wild geese know,Raucous cries echoing across the sky as they flee south.The squirrels know,Scurrying and hurrying to gather acorns.The monarchs know,Fluttering and flitting to kinder climes. The turtles know,Diving swiftly to settle in the chilly mud.The bears know,Lumbering and snuffling as they forage for food. The honeybees know,Huddling and murmuring in their hives.The raccoons know, Nestling in hollow logs.Winter is on its way. Art by Rick Chrustowski text © 2019 by Mary Mitchell, art © 2019 by Rick Chrustowski…

3 minutos
little chef

Hello, my name is Lizzie. And I am a chef. Ever since I was a baby, I loved to cook. My mom and dad call me their Little Chef. I have my own special hat and coat made just for me! Chefs have to wake up early and stay up late. This morning I woke up Mom and Dad extra early because it’s a very special day. . . . Grandma is coming over for dinner! My grandma is the greatest chef in the world. She taught me everything I know. Today I’m going to cook a perfect dinner for her! My grandma expects the best. On a special day like today, I need to have a big breakfast! I’m making my famous scrambled eggs. First I crack the eggs in the bowl and mix them…

1 minutos
chef lizzie’s (grandma’s) super special smashed sweet potatoes

Serves 4 (plus one hungry dog) Tell your parents to take you to the market to go food shopping. Here is your shopping list: 3 medium-size sweet potatoes (about 2 pounds) ¼ teaspoon salt 1 SECRET INGREDIENT (Choose your own secret ingredient. Every Little Chef has one! The spice cabinet is a good place to look! Spices are what chefs use to make their food taste extra special.) 1. Pick out the best sweet potatoes that you can find. No brown or soft spots . . . gross! 2. Tell Mom or Dad to wash the sweet potatoes, peel them, and chop them into big chunks. Make sure your helpers do a good job. A chef expects the BEST! 3. See that cool orange color? The potatoes are ready to be cooked! Ask your parents to drop them…