In This Fluent Reader, A Little Animal Must Decide If Wants It Or Needs It.
When Brewster Rooster's crow won't go, he enlists the help of his friends to wake up Farmer Dell.
Join Bumpy the Frog, an accident prone youngamphibian, as he learns his strengths and limitationsthrough adventures with his friends.
Ethel is a stubborn Emu who does not want to leave her farm when it is told. Will Mr. Reynolds be able to move Ethel or will Ethel convey?
The baby birds look out of their nest and see many wonderful things that can fly. They wish they could fly just like them. Will their wish come true?
Lizzie the little lizard is stuck in her shell. Who will help her?
Using a charming combination of poetry and prose, author Judy Young explains the bedtime habits of some common North American animals, including moles, moose, and beavers. Young readers will learn not only where certain animals make their beds but also how and why they sleep as they do. Each animal is introduced with a rhythmic singsong-y, tongue-twisting poem guaranteed to bring smiles and encourage reader participation. The accompanying expository text includes information about the animal's unique sleeping habits. Finally, at book's end, the reader is gently guided back to a soft cozy bed of her own.