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by Robin Preiss Glasser,Jane O'Connor

ePub Fancy Nancy Sees Stars Book and CD (I Can Read Level 1) download
Author:
Robin Preiss Glasser,Jane O'Connor
ISBN13:
978-0061882739
ISBN:
0061882739
Language:
Publisher:
HarperFestival; Pck Pap/Co edition (April 26, 2011)
Category:
Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
ePub file:
1164 kb
Fb2 file:
1939 kb
Other formats:
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
187

My only quibble is with the illustrations inside the book. Instead of being by Robin Preiss Glasser, like the cover, they are done by someone else, Ted Enik

by. Jane O'Connor (Author). My only quibble is with the illustrations inside the book. Instead of being by Robin Preiss Glasser, like the cover, they are done by someone else, Ted Enik. Granted, they are "pictures based on the art of Robin Preiss Glasser," but overall they are sketchier and not as charming.

Recently, Ms. O'Connor has produced two Fancy Nancy books for the "I Can Read!" series. I was thrilled to see this because of have a young daughter named Nancy who is on the verge of learning to read. These books will be great for her. I have to say, however, that, of the two, I like this one better.

Fancy Nancy: Too Many Tutus (I Can Read Level 1). Jane O'Connor. She resides (that’s fancy for lives) with her family in New York City. Robin Preiss Glasser actually wore tiaras and tutus when she danced with the Pennsylvania Ballet. Now she happily spends her days in jeans, drawing. She has illustrated many acclaimed picture books, including the bestselling Fancy Nancy series.

By Jane O'Connor, Illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser. More Great I Can Read Level 1 BOOKS. Sign me up. For the 'I CAN READ!'

By Jane O'Connor, Illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser. She loves how they sparkle in the sky, and she can even name the constellations. When she finds out her class will visit the planetarium she is ecstatic-that's a fancy word for excited. For the 'I CAN READ!'

Fancy Nancy Collector's Quintet (I Can Read Level 1) Paperback – September 22, 2009.

Fancy Nancy Collector's Quintet (I Can Read Level 1) Paperback – September 22, 2009. by. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Jane O'Connor (Author), Robin Preiss Glasser (Illustrator).

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Young readers will delight in this newest addition to the Fancy Nancy I Can Read series, sharing in Nancy's anticipation and disappointment when the trip doesn't go as planned.

FROM NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING DUO JANE O’CONNOR AND ROBIN PREISS GLASSER, Fancy .

FROM NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING DUO JANE O’CONNOR AND ROBIN PREISS GLASSER, Fancy Nancy brings her humor and panache to the world of emergent readers. Five magnificent stories come in a carry-along box with a plastic handle and a velcro closure.

I CAN Read Level 1. Age Range. Illustrated by. Robin Preiss Glasser.

The back matter features a list of the rich vocabulary words that are used throughout the story along with their definition. View all. Book 1.

Nancy absolutely adores stars. She loves how they sparkle in the sky, and she can even name the constellations. Nancy can hardly wait for her class visit to the planetarium!

Young readers will delight in this newest addition to the Fancy Nancy I Can Read series, sharing in Nancy's anticipation and disappointment when the trip doesn't go as planned. But with her trademark panache, Nancy manages to make even this frustrating situation fun—and, of course, fancy.

  • Excellent guide. I purchased this book in Kindle format to take with me on Pilgrimage. For myself, this is a book which could have stayed at home, and been more useful in hard copy format. The text often refers to various pictorial plates, which I would have preferred to tab so that I could go back and forth to review while reading. I did not lower the stars due to my preference, as the guide is comprehensive.

  • If you want an easy-to-carry quick reference guide that sums up much of what's in the 5-volume archaeological books with info on all the sites in Israel, this is fantastic. Good for a trip guide or something you can use in a historical geography class when you want information but don't need the entire site report. Fr. Murphy-O'Connor did a wonderful job with this.

  • This book was superb. Written by a top-notch Scripture scholar, and an archaeologist to boot. It sifts the probable from the likely from the possible, which means that when Murphy-O'Connor pronounces a site or a building authentic, you sit up and take notice. Next to the Bible, this was my bible in the Holy Land. I've recommended it to many people.

  • I bought this landmark book for a trip, and also downloaded it to carry in my bag while traveling. It's an invaluable explanation of so many sites, in depth, by an expert with tons of experience in the area. It's not an ordinary guidebook, it's for anyone who really want to know the details of the history, architecture, religious meanings, and legends and narratives that belong to the various sites. It's a gold mine of information.

  • This book came highly recommended by my tour guide in Israel. If you have any interest in biblical/ancient architecture, history or theology of the Holy Land, this book is a must read!

  • We recently returned from two weeks in Israel where we traveled around on our own with this book and the Lonely Planet Guide. Our trip would have been much poorer without The Holy Land. The strength of the book is its description of almost every ancient site of interest in Israel with line maps of the present structures and historical descriptions of the sites. The author includes quotes from ancient historians and medieval pilgrims as well as citations to the Bible. He approaches all the sites with respect but does not hesitate to call the authenticity of some sites into question when the historical or archaeological evidence does not support it. He points out that greater faith can be placed in the Christian sites where there was evidence of pre-Constantinian veneration, before the questions of pilgrims "excited the imaginations of local guides." For me this makes the more credible sites such as the Holy Sepulchre and the house of Peter even more moving.
    For practical information on hotels, buses, etc. you should pick up the Lonely Planet Guide, but for infomation on the historical and religious sites this is the best book I have seen.

  • This is a great resource book of the Holy Land. It is wonderfully detailed with facts and pictures. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in this topic.

  • Inclusive about the holyland, however, I was looking for color pictures to compliment the reading . . . everything is B/W.