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Readers may finish sentences by saying what they "spy" in pictures of a visit to the zoo.
Look around the zoo! What do you spy? This title uses a repetitive sentence pattern and strong visual cues to help young readers discover wonderful things at the zoo. This book features repetitive and predictable text and incorporates high-frequency and familiar sight words. Children just learning how to read will love these colorful and engaging nonfiction books.
Zoo Day Out Activity Book For Kids - 3, 4 or 5 Year Old Girls & Boys. Book with coloring, dot to dot, word and letter tracing and I spy with my little eye, A-Z Alphabet! Lots of fun for preschool kids! Children love the 80 activities the book has to offer. Activities with hippos, alligators and more! Solutions to I spy conveniently at the back of the book where words and letters are traced. Dimensions 8.5 inches x 11 inches - large. Cute gift for boys or girls. White paper interior Not only great for keeping the toddlers busy, but also for learning and educational playing.
Book One: Young Nate is on a foreign exchange assignment to stay with a family in an ancient castle in western Germany. As he eagerly learns to adapt to the culture, Nate is befriended by neighboring Germans, Thorston and Sandra, who together discover there is something terribly wrong in the castle and the surrounding farming village of Gauersheim. Book Two: Nate Brighton returns home to America and soon departs with his Christian education/missionary family for the island of Okinawa, Japan. Once settled into this foreign but astonishingly eventful place, Nate and his younger brother and friends set off for a camping trip at the ruins of Nakagusuku Castle. Book Three: It is one thing to talk about protecting the environment, but it’s an entirely different thing to stand up and do something about it. The Connor boys, as you will see, are up for such a task. Nate and Ricky’s parents send them home to Washington State from Okinawa, Japan, to stay in their home under the guardianship of their Uncle Hank and prepare for a new school year.
As a sportswriter, Frank Bascombe makes his living studying people--men, mostly--who live entirely within themselves. This is a condition that Frank himself aspires to. But at thirty-eight, he suffers from incurable dreaminess, occasional pounding of the heart, and the not-too-distant losses of a career, a son, and a marriage. In the course of the Easter week in which Ford's moving novel transpires, Bascombe will end up losing the remnants of his familiar life, though with his spirits soaring. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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