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    It Begins with an A - Big Book Unit

    by Stephanie Calmenson and Marisabina Russo

    This unique book features a rhyming riddle with picture clues for each letter of the alphabet. "Full of things relevant to a child's life."—Booklist

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    Give a Dog a Bone

    Give a Dog a Bone

    by Stephanie Calmenson

    Every dog has his day in this highly praised anthology which brings together dog poems by Rudyard Kipling, Myra Cohn Livingston and others contains a rebus story, canine facts and photos, jokes, riddles and stories. "May well become tattered and dog-eared from multiple readings."—SLJ

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Dinner at the Panda Palace

Author: Stephanie Calmenson

Illustrator: Nadine Westcott

Interest Level:
Pre-K-2

Lexile Framework:
380L

Grade Level Equivalent:
2.3

Guided Reading Level:
J

Age:
4-7

Genre:
Comedy and Humor

Subject:
Counting and Numbers, Early Social Skills

About This Book

Guess who's coming to dinner!

Join one hungry elephant, two carsick lions, three pigs running from a wolf, and dozens of other playful yet famished animals as they swing, bound, and bounce into the Panda Palace for a hearty meal.

"As Mr. Panda graciously greets guests arriving at his restaurant, he also invites readers to enjoy a rollicking counting rhyme. A peanut-selling elephant, two carsick lions, and on through assorted critters until ten chickens bring the seating to capacity. Funny quatrains are reinforced with hilarious illustrations". — School Library Journal. Featured on PBS's Storytime. Full color.


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