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Children love bugs, and in Bugs by Numbers counting them can be fun. This short children’s book combines bugs and numbers for learning to count from one to five. The book uses recognition, repetition and some rhythm and rhyme perfect for entertaining and teaching toddlers. Suits pre-kindergarten syllabus. Author: Danielle Bruckert   Sample Text from Bugs By Numbers: …

 
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This book contains four of our early reader books in one easy to download file. The book contains Supercow, Gecko on the Wall, Bugs by Numbers, and Writing on the Wall. These books are aimed at kindergarten and nursery age children, but also great for early grades learning to read and for ESL. Author: Danielle Bruckert Excerpt: Book 1 …

 
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Bobby Bumble has a problem; he’s afraid of heights. Ridiculed by his brothers about his inability to fly, he retreats into his honeycomb, too ashamed to show his face outside. Bobby Bumble learns to overcome his fears, and what it really means to be brave, in this fun rhyming story. Author: Ethan Crownberry   Text and …

 
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Beekle Henry – His adventures along with his friends, A fascinating tales with all sorts of interesting facts found along the way. By: Nick Creech     Sample Page from The Book:   Beekle Henry was lazing away the morning in his hammock. It was a particularly comfortable hammock made from best spider web slung between two …

 
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There’s a Bug in My Room – You find a large bug crawling across the floor of your bedroom. Do you squish it? Do you hide from it? Do you keep it as a pet? What do you do to move that bug from your room?? There’s A Bug In My Room teaches children compassion …

 
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Lull and his Ladybugs – Lull and his friends want what every kid their age wants – to feel no different from anyone else. But even lunchtime becomes an isolating experience when they realize their meals are no match to the fancy snacks the rich kids bring from home. Find out how this determined group …

 
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Why Can’t We Glow Like Fireflies – Why does a fire fly glow? A fun non-fiction book packed with interesting facts about fireflies, and includes a fact summary and three suggested activities. Another great creative commons book from Storyweaver and Pratham Books. By: Nabanita Deshmukh and Samidha Gunjal  

 
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Why do bees and butterflies like flowers so much? This book helps us find out. A beautifully illustrated tale of bees and flowers, including an English and a Spanish free eBook version, and available in paperback on Amazon. This is from the Mummy Nature Series: A mini nature lesson wrapped up in colour and rhyme. …

 
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Butterflies – A non-fiction book about butterflies for early grades, with beautiful colour photographs. Another great creative commons creation from Mustard Seed Books. Word count 219, Guided Reading Level I. By: Mustard Seed   Text and Images from Butterflies A butterfly is an insect. It has six legs and four wings. A butterfly’s body has three parts. …

 
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Insects – A Non-Fiction book about insects with lots of interesting facts, following with review questions and activities. A simple non-fiction book, perfect for early grades, a good start on the topic of insects for school science and nature projects . Another great creative commons book from Open Equal Free, classified by OEF as Level …

 
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