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Little Rat Rides

Monika Bang-Campbell (2004), 48 pages
Illustrated by Molly Bang
Audience: 1st Grade - 3rd Grade
Category: Animal, Easy Reader, Fiction
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Horse lovers not quite ready for chapter books will appreciate this beginning reader about Little Rat's first horseback riding lessons. Little Rat faces some typical fears and dilemmas faced by beginning riders, and the story reaches a satisfying resolution when Little Rat places fifth in a horse show. This charming early reader book for more adept readers would also work as a read-aloud selection for a young person with an interest in horses and an attention span for longer stories. (Reading Level: 3.5)
Similar books: Little Rat Makes Music by Monika Bang-Campbell; Little Rat Sets Sail by Monika Bang-Campbell
Reviewed by: emc
Date read: 12/30/2010
ISBN-10: 0152046674
ISBN-13: 9780152046675
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Little Red Hen (Makes a Pizza)

Philomen Sturges (1999), 32 pages
Illustrated by Amy Walrod
Audience: Preschool - 2nd Grade
Category: Animal, Fiction, Humor, Picture Books
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'The Little Red Hen (Makes a Pizza)' retold by Philemon Sturges, is a story for the young reader who loves pizza! Help Little Red Hen, shop, create, and bake her one-of-a-kind pizza. She accomplishes this delicious feat without the helping hands of her friends: dog, cat, and duck. Even though her friends failed her in her hour of need, they might end up surprising both Little Red Hen and the reader.
Similar authors: Susan Pearson; Mercer Mayer; Lisa Wheeler; Eric A. Kimmel
Similar books: The Red Hen by Rebecca Emberley; Ducks in a Row by Lori Haskins; Katie in the Kitchen by Katie Woo; I Can Help by David Hyde Costello; The Pizza That We Made by Joan Holub; Natalie and Naughtily by Vincent X. Kirsch
Reviewed by: mb
Date read: 7/25/2011
ISBN-10: 0525459537
ISBN-13: 9780525459538
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Little Secret

Kate Saunders (2009), 240 pages
Audience: 4th Grade - 7th Grade
Category: Adventure, Especially for Girls, Fantasy, Fiction
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One morning there was a new girl in Jane's class whose name was Staffa. Staffa was quite small for her age; she looked more like eight than eleven. She dressed and spoke in an old-fashioned manner. She said that she was looking for one best friend, which she found in Jane. Jane invited Staffa to her house, called the boy garden because of all her brothers. Staffa invited Jane to the hotel where she was staying, for tea and to meet her mother, who was weird in a scary way and insisted on being called Lady Matilda. Nevertheless, Jane was delighted when Staffa asked her to join them, when they went home, for a little vacation. Jane was excited when Lady Matilda insisted on buying her beautiful dresses fit for a princess. She was very curious about the little box they carried with them, and kept in a private room in the hotels they visited along the way. Then Jane discovered that Staffa and her mother were royalty from another world. What are their plans for Jane? Will she be able to return to the boy garden?
Similar books: Coraline by Neil Gaiman
Reviewed by: vverscaj
Date read: 9/9/2009
ISBN-10: 0312369611
ISBN-13: 9780312369613
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Little Star

Deborah Nash (2002), 32 pages
Illustrated by Richard Morgan
Audience: Preschool - 1st Grade
Category: Easy Reader, Fiction
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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in the sky? Little Star wonders what it would be like to live on Earth. That is until he spends a magical day with the Moon: sliding down rainbows, playing soccer with the planets, bouncing on fluffy clouds, and roasting hot dogs by the heat of the sun. Now Little Star is perfectly content to live in the sky right where he belongs.
Similar books: The Best Snowman by Margaret Nash; Bill's Baggy Pants by Susan Gates; Cleo and Leo by Anne Cassidy; Felix on the Move by Maeve Friel
Reviewed by: mb
Date read: 7/10/2009
ISBN-10: 1404800654
ISBN-13: 9781404800656
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Little T And the Crown Jewels

Frank Rodgers (2006), 52 pages
Audience: 2nd Grade - 3rd Grade
Category: Fiction, Humor
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Little T, a dragon prince, loves the parade called the Royal Swagger. Once a month, everyone dresses up in formal clothes, and his mom and dad (the dragon king and queen) parade through town wearing the most beautiful things in the kingdom, the crown jewels. Little T is impatient for his turn to wear the crown jewels, so he sneaks away to take them. While he is wearing them, they fall into the cake batter! What will Little T do? Will his mistake destroy the Royal Swagger? Lots of pictures make this early chapter book a great choice for beginning readers.
Book Series: Read-it! Chapter Books
Similar books: Little T and the Royal Roar by Frank Rodgers; Little T and Lizard the Wizard by Frank Rodgers
Reviewed by: emc
Date read: 8/26/2010
ISBN-10: 1404827269
ISBN-13: 9781404827264
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