The Icicle (Armenian)

The Icicle (Armenian)

Valery Voskoboinikov (author), Anne Linnemagi (illustrator)

Publisher: International Step by Step Association ISBN: 9781931854375

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Description

Alex wants to buy his mother a birthday present, but all he has is a frying pan! He bangs on it with a street orchestra to earn money, but the musicians chase him away. When Alex fills his frying pan with soapy water to earn money washing cars, that doesn't work either. Finally, with great ingenuity Alex brings his mother a charming and original gift!

Reading Level
Lexile
275L
Fountas Pinnell Guided Reading
I
ATOS
2.2
DRA
16
Categories
Genre
Family Picture Books
Interest Age
Ages 6-8
Grade
1st Grade 2nd Grade
Subject
Language Arts
Language
Armenian
Fiction/Non-Fiction
Fiction
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