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Amelia Bedelia (i Can Read Book Level 2)

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Amelia Bedelia

Greenwillow Books

Author: Peggy Parish
Package Quantity: 1

A literal-minded housekeeper causes a ruckus in the household when she attempts to make sense of some instructions.
Children love this fantastic book by Peggy Parish. Written by Peggy Parish and it is published by Greenwillow Books. This children's book was released in December of 2012. This is the 1st HarperTrophy ed. has 64 pages and it is stuffed with colorfully illustrated pictures. The child's book dimensions are 9.02" Height x 5.98" Length x 0.2" Width. It has a weight of 0.25 lbs. For the greatest offer for this book along with other products, visit our partners via the add to cart button.

ASIN: 0064441555

From dressing the chicken to drawing the drapes, Amelia Bedelia does exactly what Mr. and Mrs. Rogers tell her to do. When Amelia Bedelia is involved, every little thing often turns out perfectly in the finish! If things get a bit mixed up, well, that's okay.

Amelia Bedelia is a housekeeper who takes her instructions fairly literally."Nonetheless, she dutifully locates the"Dusting Powder"in the bathroom, and proceeds to sprinkle it all over the living-room furniture and floor. Reading the list of chores that her employer has left her, Amelia begins with"Dust the furniture. Children love reading about the antics of silly Amelia Bedelia for myriad reasons. Next she is asked to"Draw the drapes when the sun comes in. It's an early reader book, so youngsters in major grades can take satisfaction in reading the book on their personal."At my home we undust the furniture. But, even more thrilling, young children who are 6 and older can successfully interpret the figurative which implies behind most adult idioms. Being told to"keep an eye on the cat,"for example, might compel some preschoolers to stick their eyeballs on a cat's face, eliciting peals of laughter from know-it-all grownups."So of course, Amelia sits down utilizing a sketchpad and gives it her best shot. (Ages 6 and older) --Gail Hudson"How odd, Amelia thinks to herself. But older kids know better, and they love the truth that they know better. Young readers will find this bumblingly charming, eager-to-please housekeeper as irresistible as Amelia Bedelia's employers do.


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