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by Betsy Lewin,Stephen Krensky

eBook Fraidy Cats (Hello Reader, Level 2) epub
  • ISBN: 0590464388
  • Author: Betsy Lewin,Stephen Krensky
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cartwheel (September 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • ePUB size: 1468 kb
  • FB2 size 1914 kb
  • Formats docx azw txt rtf


Fraidy cats is the great type of learning book that kids enjoy reading because of a fun story. The story - which has cats in bed being afraid of normal noises and making up scary thoughts about them ("Is it a cute baby eagle? No, it's the big scary cat eating kind!".

Fraidy cats is the great type of learning book that kids enjoy reading because of a fun story. In the end, the noise of trucks outside is imagined to be a dinosaur - but a gentle plant eating one that will protect the cats from anything else scary. This allows them to sleep.

Stephen Krensky was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He has written over one hundred books as well as several multi-media projects for children. Stephen admits that writing is as much a craft as an art, but that writing for children is an enjoyable and rewarding process. He graduated from Hamilton College in upstate New York in 1975. Currently he lives in Lexington, MA, with his wife and two sons

Part of the Scholastic Reader Series). The Fraidy Cats let their imaginations run wild one dark and noisy night

Part of the Scholastic Reader Series). The Fraidy Cats let their imaginations run wild one dark and noisy night.

The Fraidy Cats let their imaginations run wild one dark and noisy night. Fraidy Cats (Scholastic Reader, Level 2) - eBook.

With Stephen Krensky's easy-to-read text and Betsy Lewin's eye-catching artwork on every page, kids will keep turning the pages of this leveled reader! . Books related to Fraidy Cats (Scholastic Reader, Level 2). Skip this list.

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Author(s): Stephen Krensky, Betsy Lewin (Illustrations). Fraidy Cats (Hardcover). Published August 25th 2015 by Turtleback Books. ISBN: 0590464388 (ISBN13: 9780590464383). Author(s): Stephen Krensky, Betsy Lewin (Illustrations). ISBN: 0606377476 (ISBN13: 9780606377478).

When a boy moves with his family to a bigger castle, he finds that some things about life in the new place are different, some things are the same, and he gets more comfortable the longer he is there. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

One dark and noisy night the Fraidy Cats let their imaginations run wild, visualizing scary things from wild elephants to hungry wolves.
Comments: (4)
Dusho
My grandson loved this book when he was younger. Everywhere we went we had to bring this book along. Looking forward to reading it to my granddaughter.
Lightbinder
Fraidy cats is the great type of learning book that kids enjoy reading because of a fun story. The story - which has cats in bed being afraid of normal noises and making up scary thoughts about them ("Is it a cute baby eagle? No, it's the big scary cat eating kind!". In the end, the noise of trucks outside is imagined to be a dinosaur - but a gentle plant eating one that will protect the cats from anything else scary. This allows them to sleep.

What's fun is that children can use their own imagination to figure out what the cats are going to make of normal noises or objects that scare them: such as a garden hose becoming a snake.

This is one part of a great series of early reading books: More Spaghetti I say, Two Crazy Pigs, Fraidy Cats, and The Day the Dog Said Cock a Doodle Doo!. I recommend all of them for their appropriate vocabulary, sentence length, reinforced learning through creative repetition, and beautiful bright illustrations.
Skilkancar
I picked this up at the library as a beginning reader for my daughter and was surprised to see that the author was a favorite young adult fiction writer of mine. Out of the stack of books I grabbed at random, this was far and away the best one. Simple but imaginative, and the illustrations inside were much better than the cover art would suggest. At the heart of the story is a fun message too, as the cats talk themselves out of a bunch of irrational fears and end up contented enough to doze off.
Rainbearer
Great for my 6 year old who is afraid of everything. It helps them see they don’t need to be afraid.
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