Fairies in Winter - A Short E Phonics Book [NOOK Book]

Overview

Nell, one of the tiny fairies who live in Happy Valley, decides to make a sled from a piece of bark. When she is finished, she climbs aboard ready to go. The other fairies hop on too and down the steep hill they go. Join them for fun in the snow in this short E phonics book. Colorful pictures entertain young readers. This book, like all our phonics books, has a Look, Listen, and Think page after the story which helps children think about what they just read. There are 3 activity pages, as well, for young readers ...
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Fairies in Winter - A Short E Phonics Book

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Overview

Nell, one of the tiny fairies who live in Happy Valley, decides to make a sled from a piece of bark. When she is finished, she climbs aboard ready to go. The other fairies hop on too and down the steep hill they go. Join them for fun in the snow in this short E phonics book. Colorful pictures entertain young readers. This book, like all our phonics books, has a Look, Listen, and Think page after the story which helps children think about what they just read. There are 3 activity pages, as well, for young readers to enjoy. And don’t forget to look for Filigree Frog on every page. Filigree has her own book: Frogs, Flakes, and Flowers. In her book, she decides to stay awake all winter to see what that is like. Come join other children around the world as they use our Phonics Series and other fun story books to reinforce their reading skills. Find them on this and other internet sites...and keep coming back. We are-Creating A Happy World of Stories for Kids Everywhere.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781300570189
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 1/2/2013
  • Sold by: LULU PRESS
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Chris and Rebecca began writing these books with the idea that, some day, children all over the world would be able to enjoy the adventures of the Happys. The images were conceived and brought to life by Chris in 1976 and, 20 years later, she and Rebecca began putting stories with them. Both Chris and Rebecca are retired school teachers who worked primarily with elementary school children. They have, together, written over 100 stories and Chris is illustrating them as fast as she can! Rebecca lives in upstate NY and raises Arabian horses. She has lots of cats and fish and other critters as well. Chris lives near Phoenix, Arizona and loves to travel, hike on the desert, kayak on the beautiful lakes near where she lives, and camp in her van. They both have a commitment to bring fun, uplifting, positive stories to children throughout the world. The internet has made that dream a reality. Now you can get their books and other material as eBooks on this and many other internet sites.
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