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by Vince Deporter,Steven Banks

ePub Special Delivery (Spongebob Squarepants Ready-to-Read) download
Author:
Vince Deporter,Steven Banks
ISBN13:
978-1439588031
ISBN:
1439588031
Language:
Publisher:
Paw Prints; Reprint edition (April 9, 2009)
Category:
Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
ePub file:
1601 kb
Fb2 file:
1986 kb
Other formats:
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
924

Special Delivery! is the second Ready-to-Read storybook based on SpongeBob SquarePants. It would notably be adapted onto the show itself as the episode "Waiting".

Special Delivery! is the second Ready-to-Read storybook based on SpongeBob SquarePants. SpongeBob sends away for a free toy from the back of a cereal box. He is so excited that he vows to wait by his mailbox, day and night, until his prize arrives. But will his free toy be worth the long wait?

Special Delivery! is a SpongeBob SquarePants Ready-to-Read book written by Steven Banks and illustrated by Vince Deporter

Special Delivery! is a SpongeBob SquarePants Ready-to-Read book written by Steven Banks and illustrated by Vince Deporter. It was published by Simon & Schuster on September 1, 2003 and reprinted on February 7, 2011, and was reprinted again in May 2014. It has 32 pages in total.

Spongebob Squarepants Ready-To-Read: Level 2) Library Binding – July 1, 2008. SpongeBob's Special Delivery" is a nice little primer. Written at the 2nd Grade level, it's doesn't have the problem some books do, where the story lacks continuity; . by. Steven Banks (Author). it isn't absolutely necessary for your child to have seen this particular episode to understand what's going on. The story as presented holds together.

Level 2). Steven Banks; Illustrator-Vince DePorter. ISBN 10: 0689858876, ISBN 13: 9780689858871. Welcome to Our AbeBooks Store for books.

Special Delivery book. When SpongeBob sends away for a free toy from the back of a cereal box, he and Patrick wait a very long time for it to arrive. For use in schools and libraries only  . Start by marking Special Delivery (Spongebob Squarepants Ready-to-Read) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Soak up these six SpongeBob Ready-to-Read books in one carry-along boxed set at an incredible value . Squarepants: Ready-to-Read Level 2).

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Deporter got his start in comics working as an assistant to Jean Graton, before selling his own strips, as. .He continues to work for Nickelodeon, notably on SpongeBob SquarePants. Special Delivery!" (written by Steven Banks

Deporter got his start in comics working as an assistant to Jean Graton, before selling his own strips, as Mike Deporter, to Spirou magazine. In 1996, after relocating to New York, he has worked on DC's line of comic books adapted from popular animated cartoons, like Scooby-Doo and Ed, Edd n Eddy, and has also inked. many of the Batman, and Superman style-guides. Special Delivery!" (written by Steven Banks, ISBN 0-689-85887-6). Stop the Presses!" (written by Steven Banks

Nick ready-to-read boxed set : learn to read with SpongeBob and friends! .

Nick ready-to-read boxed set : learn to read with SpongeBob and friends! . Chipponeri, Kelli; Marderosian, Mark; Goldberg, Barry, 1960-; Banks, Steven, 1954-; DePorter, Vince; Beechen, Adam; LaPadula, Tom; Ostrow, Kim; Saunders, Zina; Miller, Victoria. SpongeBob SquarePants (Fictitious character), Picture books. Level 2 books are for children who can read on their own. The sentences and storylines are more complex to keep the reader's interest.

Flag as Inappropriate. Vince Deporter official site. Vincent Deporter biography on Lambiek Comiclopedia. He continues to work for Nickelodeon, notably on SpongeBob SquarePants Bibliography.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. When SpongeBob sends away for a free toy from the back of a cereal box, he and Patrick wait a very long time for it to arrive.
  • My son loves these books. We have almost all the SpongeBob books now. They are so much better then letting him watch this brain drain cartoon. At least this way he is getting some education out of it.

  • Gave as a gift for a Sponge Bob themed Birthday.
    Along w/ the Birthday Book.
    Great gift, hope they enjoyed reading it.

  • My son loved the story but he had to skip the Mad Words. And I won't let my son get any more sponge Bob books!!!

  • "SpongeBob's Special Delivery" is a nice little primer. Written at the 2nd Grade level, it's doesn't have the problem some books do, where the story lacks continuity; i.e. it isn't absolutely necessary for your child to have seen this particular episode to understand what's going on. The story as presented holds together.

    The story is about waiting for a prize from a cereal box. SpongeBob sends off for his 'mystery gift' and waits... and waits... and waits. With Patrick, of course, and to the annoyance of his neighbor, Squidward.

    Besides the goofy humor of them waiting so long, when the prize comes, we find out that it's a piece of string. We might be unhappy if that was our prize, but SpongeBob and Patrick are delighted. Their delight soon ends though when the string breaks. I won't tell you what happens next, except to say that Squidward, of all people, comes to the rescue.

    Talking Points:::
    Sponge Bob, Patrick, Squidward and Gary are pretty darn popular and so I think this book would be a fine 'motivational' book that would get children reading.

    The artwork is cheerful and the color runs from page to page. The print is large and there aren't too many lines per page so it ought to be especially good for reluctant readers.

    For those who are too young, I think they would still enjoy the story the the zany activities of the ocean's favorite sponge. Okay Read-Aloud.

    Accelerated Read Level = 2.2

    Pam T~
    mom and reviewer at BooksForKids-reviews

  • The book was well written, but it had too many improperly spaced words (hestomped). The plot was interesting, and the illustrations were interesting.

  • My son used i for his school.

  • If recaomed it
    I liked it
    Don't judge me please
    or else
    u want a black eye
    but it's ok

  • I really like Spongebob Squarepants books but I like this one the most! I especially like the part when Spongebob got his amazing free toy (the string). I'm in grade 2 and I think this book is in the middle level for me. There are a few big words.