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Can she find a way to out-witch her sisters?in this I Can Read Level 4 paperback—complete with full-color art and short chapters—Alice Low has adapted her popular story specifically for readers bridging to chapter books. HarperCollins.
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But there's no reasoning with a giant, especially one who gives cryptic puzzles to solve. Pepper and jake love herding sheep in the little valley where they live.
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She’s even flying the Jolly Roger over the house. Then pete and his mom go to see the amazing marco, and Marco hypnotizes Pete’s mom into thinking she’s a pirate! Now Pete’s mom won’t behave. Pete has to find the Amazing Marco. She chases the neighbors.
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But he's determined to make #5—eat people—work. Before you can say "pass the salt" he's gobbled up three people even though he doesn't have the stomach for it. From marauding pirates to misbehaving mice to a dragon who swallows people whole and then continues to communicate with them in his belly!, Geoffrey always hits that sweet spot for the stepped reader audience—easy to decode, illustrative tales that tickle the funnybone.
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Finally, Arthur decides to reward D. W. S efforts by playing tooth fairy himself! By matching picture stickers to words in the story, kids reinforce word recognition. With the extra stickers, they can create stories of their own.
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Fox and crow can agree on two things: their love of cheese and loathing of each other. Used book in Good Condition. HarperCollins.