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by Jon Buller

ePub 20,000 Baseball Cards Under the Sea (Step-Into-Reading, Step 4) download
Author:
Jon Buller
ISBN13:
978-0679815693
ISBN:
0679815694
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Publisher:
Random House Books for Young Readers (August 27, 1991)
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Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
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1802 kb
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1706 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
508

They live in Lyme, Connecticut.

Step 4. By Jon Buller Recommended For 7-9 years. They live in Lyme, Connecticut. A brash break from much easy-reading fare. -Bulletin, Center for Children's Books. Your reader may also like. Ballerina Dreams: From Orphan to Dancer (Step Into Reading, Step 4) Soccer Sam To the Top!

Series: Step into Reading.

Series: Step into Reading. Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers (August 27, 1991).

A cute book for kids under 9. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago. My brother is 7, and LOVES baseball. I read this book to him 8 times, before we had to give it back to the library. He cried for almost an hour. Teen and Young Adult.

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Sea Life Color by Number Book. This book can teach the craft of writing a folk tale, as well as the craft of exaggeration. But from the moment John Smith and the colonists of Jamestown set foot into her world in 1607, her life would change forever. She soon became an ambassador and peace keeper between the Powhatan and the colonists.

Category: Children’s Picture Books Step Into Reading

Category: Children’s Picture Books Step Into Reading. Aug 27, 1991 ISBN 9780679815693 7-9 years. Category: Children’s Picture Books Step Into Reading.

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20,000 Baseball Cards Under the Sea is a part of the Step into Reading Step into Reading®(Step 4) collections. Roger’s eccentric, junk-collecting friend Kenneth takes him on an awesome undersea ride in a homemade submarine. Get age-specific book recommendations, engaging printable activities, as well as news about the latest children’s titles! Perfect for parents of children aged two–twelve years old. Magic Tree House.

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Start by marking 20,000 Baseball Cards Under the Sea as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Kenneth showed Roger his latest invention, which took them both into the sea. Roger was very surprised when Kenneth showed him an underwater cave that was full his junk. He said the merpeople brought him things from old shipwrecks and then he made neat stuff for them. Roger finds a chest full of baseball cards worth lots of money. What do you think they do with the cards? This book will held children learn how to be better friends.

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20,000 Baseball Cards Under The Sea Step Into Reading Lvl . Geoffrey Hayes has written and illustrated over 40 children's books, including the popular Otto & Uncle Tooth Mysteries (Step into Reading), the Patrick Bear books, and the Benny and Penny series

20,000 Baseball Cards Under The Sea Step Into Reading Lvl 4. Jon Buller. Geoffrey Hayes has written and illustrated over 40 children's books, including the popular Otto & Uncle Tooth Mysteries (Step into Reading), the Patrick Bear books, and the Benny and Penny series. Geoffrey received the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award for Benny and Penny in The Big No-No! show more.

Roger's eccentric, junk-collecting friend Kenneth takes him on an awesome undersea ride in a homemade submarine. Their visit to a subaqueous cavern turns up a wonderful surprise: a cache of supervaluable baseball cards!
  • I had this book as a child and couldn't remember the title, only bits and pieces of the story. Ahh the wonder of the internet! After plugging in a few key phrases and quotes I remembered, I was directed to the Amazon listing. Now it nestles nicely in the nostalgia section of my bookshelf. Good book that inspires the imagination!

  • I love these series. But most important that my son does. I got 40+ books and he loves to read them (usually it is not that easy to make him read). I got mix of 2-3-4 levels for the second grader, second level is too easy, but it creates some fun and he reads them with pleasure. Love it, I would recommend it.

  • Should be re-released...it is a favorite of our family!!!!!!!!!!

  • Perfect.

  • This book is fun upbeat and a great read! I get a bit board reading but I was able to read this 8 nights in a row!

  • I bought this book because I remember loving it when I was a kid. I do like the drawings a lot, but I guess I must have been really little when I first read it. This writing is very simple and kind of annoying. It's probably good if your child is just learning how to read.

  • Review by: Kyirell Age: 7

    "Uh-oh!" I said. "Uh-oh nothing," said Kenneth. "This is where we get out!" If you wonder what Kenneth and Roger are trying to get out of, read my book to find out what he is trying to get out of and why.
    You will like this book if you like funny pictures. For example, Roger makes funny faces with mermaids. You will like this book because if you like going underwater in a submarine, this book is for you. What they do in a submarine is...they go on adventures! Check out what is under the sea and find stuff like baseball cards and mermaids.
    I give this book 4 stars. It was great because I love baseball and I like to collect them. You will like this book if you like baseball and have baseball cards too! This is also great because it takes place under the sea. Kenneth drives the submarine under the sea and goes on adventures!

  • I just read this to my 5 year-old and it received a few laughs, but neither the engagement or cries of "HILARIOUS" that attend other books I've read him.
    This book is unusual in showing a nice intergenerational frienship. The first few pages are enchanting, showing inventions made of recycled "junk," and the two friends sharing fishcakes with maple syrup! As they travel underwater to a secret hideaway filled with other old collectables, your child might gain a little appreciation that one person's flotsam and jetsam can be another's hobby.
    But don't expect too much about baseball, nor too much humor. All in all, it's a nice, clearly written book (albeit with a mixed message about materialism)that should prove entertaining to young children!