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by Bill Farnsworth,Avi

ePub Prairie School (I Can Read Level 4) download
Author:
Bill Farnsworth,Avi
ISBN13:
978-0060276645
ISBN:
0060276649
Language:
Publisher:
HarperCollins; 1st edition (April 10, 2001)
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Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
ePub file:
1817 kb
Fb2 file:
1984 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
664

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By Avi, Illustrated by Bill Farnsworth. This Level Four I Can Read book is a perfect bridge to chapter books for elementary-grade kids-and it introduces the thrilling story of the Wright Brothers, flight pioneers.

By Avi, Illustrated by Bill Farnsworth. Reading the prairieIt's the 1880s, Noah works hard on the family farm and roams free on the Colorado prairie. One day his Aunt Dora arrives to give him some schooling.

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A children's books series by Harper Collins  . A children's books series by Harper Collins. Level 4 books are for children who are well on the road to becoming book lovers and are fully independent readers. This level features more historical fiction titles, like Dinosaur Hunter and First Flight, as well as books about adventure and suspense. The stories are the most advanced of all the I Ca. ore.

Title: Prairie School By: Avi Illustrated By: Bill Farnsworth Format: Paperback Number of Pages . Dimensions: . X 5 (inches) Weight: 3 ounces ISBN: 0060513187 ISBN-13: 9780060513184 Ages: 8-9 Series: I Can Read!

Title: Prairie School By: Avi Illustrated By: Bill Farnsworth Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 48 Vendor: HarperCollins Publication Date: 2003. X 5 (inches) Weight: 3 ounces ISBN: 0060513187 ISBN-13: 9780060513184 Ages: 8-9 Series: I Can Read! Stock No: WW513184. Prairie School Student Study Guide, Grade 2. Leigh Lowe, Tanya Charlton.

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I wasn't sure how the grade levels matched reading skills. It is great to have books with some history and life lessons as opposed to all occult, mystery and murder that seems to dominate our society.

What use is reading on the prairie?Aunt Dora arrives, and all the Bidsons .

What use is reading on the prairie?Aunt Dora arrives, and all the Bidsons are surprised to find that she is confined to a wheelchair. But Aunt Dora doesn"t let it stop her. When Noah refuses to learn inside the sod farmhouse, Aunt Dora finds a unique way to show him that there"s a whole new world waiting for hi. vi"s compelling story is brought to life by Bill Farnsworth"s luminous paintings. Finding Providence: The Story of Roger Williams (An I Can Read Chapter Book) EAN 9781424206070. Boston Coffee Party (I Can Read Level 3) EAN 9781424206049. Juan Bobo: Four Folktales from Puerto Rico (I Can Read Level 3) EAN 9781424205905.

In Prairie School, AVI tells a story that takes place as the Colorado Prairie is being settled around 1880. The book is part of the I Can Read series. It's a level 4, for grade 2-4. This is a good introduction to historical fiction. I would recommed this book. Noah Bidson, a 9 year old, enjoys helping his parents with daily chores around their new home. One day, Noah's mother announces that her sister, Aunt Dora, will be coming to school Noah. Mother and son are both surprised to discover Aunt Dora uses a wheelchair. Soon after you went West, a buggy I was driving turned over. I lost the use of my legs. It would make a great read aloud while learning about the 1880's.

Author : Avi,Bill Farnsworth,(Illustrations). Publisher : HarperCollins Childrens Books. Noah doesn't think he needs it. What use is reading on the prairie?

Author : Avi,Bill Farnsworth,(Illustrations). R. 64 on (Shipping charges may apply) R. 50 kart. What use is reading on the prairie? But what Noah discovers will change his life forever. Users who liked this book, also liked. Finding Providence (English). The Long Way Westward. The Case of the Double Cross (English). The Case of the Desperate Duck (English).

It is the 1880s. Noah Bidson works hard on the family farm on the Colorado prairie. One day his mother tells him that his aunt Dora is coming to give him some schooling. Noah is angry. What use is reading on the prairie?

Aunt Dora arrives, and all the Bidsons are surprised to find that she is confined to a wheelchair. But Aunt Dora doesn't let it stop her. When Noah refuses to learn inside the sod farmhouse, Aunt Dora finds a unique way to show him that there's a whole new world waiting for him.

Avi's compelling story is brought to life by Bill Farnsworth's luminous paintings.

  • At first my daughter did not want to read this book - I think she thought it looked dull. No pink prancing ponies on the cover. Anyway... I read it to her and it is a really sweet story that looks back to life during a time when there were no video games or tv, and life was really a question of living off the earth and being inspired by the world around you. I enjoyed the story and once I read it to my daughter she enjoyed it too and asked me to read it to her again the following day. Encourages an love of nature and reading. A good story and heart-warming too.

  • Anything that children pick up and read is a success in my book as reading and comprehension are a life-long skills to be mastered. Level 4 was a little more in line with my grand daughter who is just turning 9., but I will buy her books that are a little more challenging. I wasn't sure how the grade levels matched reading skills. It is great to have books with some history and life lessons as opposed to all occult, mystery and murder that seems to dominate our society. Give your young one a little trip down memory lane of "This is what it used to be like..."

  • My kindergartener loves it when I read this book, and my sixth grader listens too. This is a great book to teach the importance of reading and how learning is applicable no matter where you live or what you do. It was recommended as part of a Charlotte Mason living books suggestion. Hopefully my kindergartener will want to read it on his own soon.

  • This is a sweet book that I found on a homeschool reading list. My kids are in elementary school but I love to supplement their library at home with tried and true books. It was expensive to order at the website I found, but I knew I could hop over to my amazon prime account and maybe find it cheaper...and I did! Great book at a perfect grade level for 1st to 5th graders depending on child's reading abilities.

  • I bought this book for my 1st grader after reading all the good reviews. This surely is a wonderful book....very nice story. Lovely illustrations as well. My daughter finished it all in one evening before the bedtime and wanted to talk about it afterwards. Very good book for a young reader.

  • This book series is perfect for my students! I specifically chose this series both for the targeted reading levels and the educational benefits. I would definitely recommend them for any young readers.

  • I bought this book after reading it from the library. There are so few books for kids these days that are truely inspiring, that offer a perspective with a gift. we need more books that build and uplift children, not commisserate with them and bring them down. i love when i come across these treasures for my children.

  • Bought it for my granddaughter [first grader] for Christmas, got to read it with her. I think it would make a good book for beginning readers especially country boys who are not to sure about reading [maybe second Graders as well].