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Mac and Cheese (I Can Read - Level 1)by Sarah Weeks
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In Petal and Poppy,and#160;young readers are introduced to these charmingand#160;characters. Petal gets very nervous when Poppy decides to go scuba diving. What if she's eaten by a seaand#160;monster?and#160;Poppy thinks Petal is just being a worrywart.and#160;Perhaps. But maybe that's a good thing. Because when Poppy does find herself in a little trouble, who comes to her rescue?and#160;Petal!
With simple vocabulary, short sentences, and ample picture clues, this new Green Light Readers series will inspire and instructand#160;young readers on their journey to becoming lifelong readers.
The author of "Baa-Choo!" introduces an adorable new duo--best friends named Macaroni and Cheese. Full color.
Petal and Poppy are best friends. Sometimes they disagree.and#160;But then can always count on each other when the goingand#160;gets rough.
Petal and Poppy are best friends. Sometimes they disagree. But theyand#160;can alwaysand#160;count on each other when the going gets rough.
Petal and Poppy discover an uninvited visitor in their gardenand#8212;a penguin!and#160;At first, Petal's too afraid to let him in. But eventually not even Petal can resist this cute, friendly, and very talented little guy!
Petal and Poppy and the Penguin is the second Petal and Poppy book, told in graphic form. Word repetition, picture clues, and a simple plotline facilitate young readers in their development into lifelong lovers of reading.
When Macaroni sings a song,
Cheese will never sing along.
Mac likes to jump and play and sing,
But Cheese does not like anything.
Macaroni and Cheese are best friends, yet they couldnt be more different! Mac likes to pounce and bounce and jump, but Cheese just sits there like a lump. But when Mac runs into a problem with a gust of wind, Cheese stops being a grumpy grump long enough to help save his friends favorite hat. Written in the style of P. D. Eastmans classic Big Dog . . . Little Dog, this modern-day alley-cat odd couple will delight beginning readers.
About the Author
Sarah Weeks is a critically acclaimed and award-winning novelist and picture-book writer. Her books include Jumping the Scratch; So B. It; I'm a Pig, illustrated by Holly Berry; Without Youand Follow the Moon, illustrated by Suzanne Duranceau; and the I Can Read books Pip Squeakand Baa-Choo!illustrated by Jane Manning. She has two sons and no pets and lives in New York City and the Catskill Mountains.
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