A Day With Alice and Sam (A Kingfisher Ready-to-Read) by Sally Grindley

By Sally Grindley

Ten colorfully illustrated tales that includes Alice, her brother Sam, their mom and dad, and their puppy and cat motivate young children to begin analyzing on their lonesome, helped via the accompanying observe and imagine dictionary highlighting seventy-two keyword phrases utilized in the tales.

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And Duncan delivered the coal to the villages. Now all the villages had plenty of coal. Duncan puffed back to the wharf. But when Duncan arrived at the wharf, there were still lots more coal cars waiting. So Duncan decided to play a trick. “I’ll hide the coal cars before James gets back,” he puffed. Soon all the cars were hidden. “Now James will think I’ve delivered all the coal,” Duncan chuffed cheerfully. James had collected lots more freight cars from the coaling plant. He was puffing harder than he had ever puffed before.

Huffed Emily. ” snorted James. But Thomas knew he was right. ” he puffed proudly. ” cried the Admiral. Everyone was surprised! ” The Admiral was so excited, he dug for the pirate treasure himself! He found a big wooden chest! Inside was the pirate treasure! ” said the Admiral. ” Thomas was very proud. He had been right to believe in Salty’s story! He had found the treasure! It was wintertime on the Island of Sodor. Duncan was busy puffing through the white mountains and the frosty forests. He was proud to be a narrow-gauge engine.

He said. ” scoffed James. ” huffed Emily. “Yes,” said Salty. ” Salty told them there were three clues. “First, find the eagle of the mountains. Its beak will point to the clouds not in the sky. Then those clouds will lead to the skull and crossbones! ” “Eagle … clouds … skull and crossbones …,” tooted Thomas excitedly. ” Emily and James thought it was all nonsense! And that made Thomas cross. Just then, the Admiral arrived! Thomas puffed off to collect him. The Admiral had to be at the museum in time for the Grand Opening.

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