BENJAMIN AND BUMPER TO THE RESCUE THE ADVENTURES OF BENJAMIN AND BUMPER
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A thrilling story of rescue and adventure featuring fuzzy young Benjamin Middlemouse and his wooly friend Bumper the elephant as the unlikely heroes, each page of this children's picture book features a cinematic photo of charming handmade mice and other creatures that inhabit a richly textured, three-dimensional world. When Benjamin's mother does not return to the antique armoire they call home, Benjamin recruits his friend Bumper, a stuffed animal who lives on the nearby bed, to help with the search. Benjamin loads Bumper's back with a treasure-trove of scrounged objects—a jumble of ropes, needles and thread, a ladder made from string and matchsticks, and a homemade slingshot with a basket of popcorn for ammunition—and they follow clues that lead into the garden, where they must storm the stone tower of Sir Pouncelot the cat and rescue Mrs. Middlemouse before she becomes his tasty dinner. Just right for a first adventure story, this magical storybook is an ideal blend of suspense, bravery, friendship, humor, loyalty, and a happy ending for all.
From an award-winning author and illustrator comes a phonics book that focuses on short "u"-sound words Gus and his little brother Russ are glum: their friends have sleds and they don't. What to do? Make one, of course! Gus and Russ set out on a snowy adventure featuring a faster than expected sled, jumps, bumps, lumps, and when they need her most--Mum (and her delicious hot buttered muffins)! Cubs in the Tub incorporates many short "u" sound words in this heartwarming winter story.
The phonics focus of this book helps teachers looking for materials to fit specific lesson plans, but the stories never feel "educational" Hen is wet. Hen's eggs are wet. "Help!" says Hen. "I can help!" says Hen's friend, Ben. In the third Short Vowel Adventure from BraveMouse Books, Hen and her eggs are off on a wild, wet adventure, even though Hen is not the adventuresome sort. She would prefer to sit quietly in a warm dry spot until her chicks arrive. Luckily, she has a true friend in Ben, who responds to every new challenge with kindness and creativity. This is spring story, full of hope, humor, and the promise of new beginnings. Two "Story Starters" follow the text: fun, open-ended questions that can be used as jumping off places for oral and written storytelling.
Gram is making jam. The rats attack! Can Ann, Fran, and Stan save Gram-and the jam? Find out in this funny Early Reader. Each Short Vowel Adventure stars a gang of kind and courageous young mice and tells a satisfying and surprising story using easy words, rhyme, repetition, and picture clues. Teachers will appreciate the phonics focus (Rat Attack focuses on the "short a" sound"), and children will love the humor, and the handmade, felted animal characters that remind them of their favorite stuffed animals. Also available in Bilingual Editions.
The phonics focus of this book helps teachers looking for materials to fit specific lesson plans, but the stories never feel "educational." "Let's play princess," said Pig. "I will give you three wishes," says Twig. But three wishes are not enough for Princess Pig. She wants four, then five, then six! Pig and Twig are friends, but Pig is being demanding. What will Twig do? Princess Pig features the "short i" sound, a bossy pig, and a friend who knows when to say "No!"
Author : Sydney George Fisher
ISBN : 9783849620141
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This edition of Mr. Fisher's "Franklin" contains an appendix, in which the author presents all the proofs extant in regard to Franklin's alleged daughter, Mrs. Foxcroft. The propriety of this discussion is exceedingly doubtful. It may be conceded that Mrs. Foxcroft was acknowledged by Franklin as his daughter, but as nothing whatever is known of her mother, and almost as little of herself previously to her marriage with Foxcroft, the long discussion in Mr. Fisher's book with the appendix must be regarded as lacking in dignity. In his "Autobiography" Franklin acknowledged so many errata that a discussion of his faults with as much amplitude as Mr. Fisher has given to the Foxcroft story would make a much larger book than this to which Mr. Fisher has given the name of "The True Benjamin Franklin." That Franklin was very far from being a saint, most people who know his history will concede, but his virtues were of a nature that they overbalance his faults, and his services to his country were so important that the great Benjamin Franklin will always tend to make the true Benjamin Franklin of little importance in the opinion of his admirers. This is the age of research in little things, and Mr. Fisher's book is a good example of its kind. It will please readers who like to see the scandals of the past uncovered when these scandals besmirch great names, but his revelations will always give greater satisfaction to the prurient than to the prudent.
With soft faces and goggly eyes, these wee personalities brave the elements indoors and out, delighting children and stirring their imagination! Around the task of teaching phonics, Molly Coxe has created a stunning world of fuzzy creatures and outsized adventures. In this compilation of beginning reader stories, Rat Attack, Wet Hen, Princess Pig, Hop, Frog, and Cubs in a Tub, Coxe introduces children to short vowel sounds in simple rhyming stories filled with humorous predicaments. Read about Wet Hen who tries to protect her eggs from the rain, selfish Pig who refuses to let her friend play the role of princess, two cub brothers whose inventions lead to loads of fun, and more! What truly sets apart Brave Mouse books from other beginning reader titles are Coxe's cinematic photographs of felted animal characters. With soft faces and goggly eyes, these wee personalities brave the elements indoors and out, delighting children and stirring their imagination.
Author : Chris Van Allsburg
ISBN : 9780547528083
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 77.71 MB
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In 1983, beloved Caldecott-winning illustrator, Chris Van Allsburg, first invited readers to peer over the edge of a cliff to consider the wreck of a small sailboat. Had a churning sea carried the Zephyr up in a storm? Could waves ever have been so impossibly high? And what of the boy who had believed—dared to chase the wind—no matter where it lead? Now, thirty years later, the winds have shifted once again and you’re invited back to the wreck of the Zephyr, to hear the story of the boy and his obsession to become the world’s greatest sailor, and a storm that carried them to a place where boats sail on the wind, instead of on the water. Told in spare text and haunting, full-color pastels, Chris Van Allsburg’s spectral sailboats once again take impossbile flight. In illustrations so vivid one can feel the whisper of wind and hear the flutter of canvas, depart this world for another to entertain the marvelous possibility of dreams. This 30th anniversary edition includes a bonus digital audio file to download, read by Chris Van Allsburg, and a stunning new cover!