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Other titles in the Green Light Reader - Level 1 series:
Let's Clean Up! (Green Light Reader - Level 1)by Peggy Perry Anderson
Synopses & Reviews
Itand#8217;s the Frog family reunion, and all of Joeand#8217;s relatives have gathered together. Everybodyand#8217;s having funand#151;everyone except for Joe. With so many Frogs around, youand#8217;d think that surely somebody would play with Joe, but everyone says heand#8217;s too big, too small, too fast, or too slow. No matter where poor Joe turns, all he hears is and#147;noand#8221; . . . until a very special guest arrivesand#151;someone with an appreciation for Joe and his boundless energy, someone who even has her own set of wheels.
Bright, appealing illustrations feature Joeand#8217;s mishaps with all kinds of things that go: tricycles, skateboards, roller skates, and more.
In this fun, easy-to-read, rhyming story, our frog friend Joe humorously struggles to keep his room clean. An excellent addition to the Level 1 Green Light Readers collection!
With bonus activities included, this new addition to the Green Light Readers' Level 1 collection follows our energetic frog friend to a family reunion.and#160; With familiar words and short sentences geared for early reading success, and fun and familiar scenarios, this book is sure to be hopping good fun for beginning readers!
The antics involved in cleaning a messy
room give young children and their parents
lots to chuckle about in this colorful Green
Light Reader for Level 1 beginners. Filled
with simple words, picture clues, and
Mother cleaned high. Mother cleaned low. Mother cleaned the room for Joe.
Joe is delighted with his newly cleaned room. Now he can find all of the toys he wants to play with. But with so much space and so many great toys, which ones will he choose? His train? Or his planes? His racing cars? Or his rocket? As he pulls each from the closet and the toy box, his room grows messier and messier. So when Mother returns to his room, she discovers all of her hard work undone.
Readers will delight in Joes pure joy in rediscovering all of his favorite playthings, the brightly colored chaos that he leaves in his wake, and his earnest attempts to make it right and please his mother.
About the Author
PEGGYandnbsp;PERRYandnbsp;ANDERSONandnbsp;is a former elementary school art teacher who lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She has written sixandnbsp;early readers about Joe the Frog. They include Let's Clean Up, Joe on the Go, To the Tub, Out to Lunch,andnbsp; Time for Bed, the Babysitter Said, and Iandnbsp;Can Help!.
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