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Little Ant’s Big Plan

Little Ant's Big PlanLittle Ant’s Big Plan – Little Ant loved to read! But ants don’t read, they feed, or do they? Find out what happens to little ant and his love of reading, in this rhyming and wonderfully illustrated creative commons picture book by BookDash.

Illustrated by Steven McKimmie, Written by Candice Dingwall, Designed by Telri Stoop

Sample Page From Little Ant’s Big Plan:

Little Ant loved to read.

Little Ant was often teased.
“Ants don’t read. Ants must feed.
Ants collect the food they need.”

Little Ant would read all day,
he’d read and read the day away.
The other ants took what they found
to store for winter underground.

 

<End of Sample Page From Little Ant’s Big Plan>

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Book Dash believes that when a child reach age 5 he or she should own hundreds of books. Their goal is to help children in South Africa by giving them free books.  Book Dash gathers volunteer creative professionals to create African story books and is free for anyone to distribute and translate.

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