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Three Little Ghosties
Audience: Preschool - K
'Three little ghosties sat on their posties, eating burnt toasties, telling big boasties,' about whom they had scared. But when they set off to scare some girlsies and boyses, who will be the ones running for their momsies?
Date read: 10/21/2009
Three Little Pigs
Audience: K - 1st Grade
The classic tale of the three pigs threatened by the big, bad wolf earns a worthy treatment in this story well-suited to a beginning independent reader. Sentences are simple, clear, and direct, and pictures fill the pages. Effective writing makes this longer story a nice choice for a reader who is gaining confidence in his or her newfound skills. (Reading Level: 1.4)
Date read: 01/30/2011
Three on Three
Audience: 2nd Grade - 5th Grade
Kia and Nick are the best basketball players in third grade. But are they good enough to compete with the 4th and 5th graders in the first annual three on three school tournament? Maybe, if they can convince the best 5th grader to join their team. This is the first of the adventures with Nick and Kia.
Date read: 8/24/2010
Three Terrible Trins
Audience: 3rd Grade - 5th Grade
Three mischievous mouse brothers, also known as the Three Terrible Trins, wreak havoc within the walls of an old farmhouse as they set out to rid the house of two annoying cats and, in the process, unite the divided mouse clans.
Date read: 3/27/2009
Thunder from the Sea
Audience: 4th Grade - 6th Grade
Do you like dogs? If so, you will love this book. It's 1929, and Tom Campbell has always wanted a dog and a real family instead of the people in the orphanage. Tom&'s wish for a family is coming true; he's going to live with the Murrays, a fishing family on an island off of Newfoundland, Canada. On the boat trip to the island, Tom rescues a dog that's swimming in the ocean. Soon Tom and Thunder are inseparable. Thunder is a remarkable dog, and several times he saves people's lives and warns them of danger. Tom's neighbor, Bert, is jealous of the dog and advertises him all over Newfoundland. When Mrs. Murray becomes pregnant, Tom is afraid they won't want him anymore. Will the dog's owner appear? Will the Murrays still want Tom? Read this wonderful book to find out.
Date read: 4/28/2009
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