Read, Think, Cut & Paste by Jo Ellen Moore

By Jo Ellen Moore

Learn, imagine, reduce & Paste includes great illustrations and straightforward tales for kids to chop and paste into the proper series. The actions during this ebook perform talents similar to: * studying for which means * utilizing photograph and context clues * Sequencing occasions in a narrative

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They were on their way to Petrograd! This meant home and friends to some of them. To others it meant only the name of their greatest city and the palace of their Czar. But to all of them Petrograd promised comfort and quiet, away from the horrible, deafening noises of exploding bullets and shells. Naturally Nona and Barbara were affected by the greater cheerfulness about them. "If only Mildred were with us, how relieved I would be. Really, I don't know how we are to bear the suspense of not knowing what has become of her," Barbara said not once, but a dozen times in the course of the day.

In fact, Barbara looked rather like a little "Mother Bunch" with her squirrel fur coat on top of her sweater and her cape over them both, and carrying her army blanket. Mildred was also prepared for the cold with a heavy coat under her uniform cape. Unfortunately, Nona owned nothing to make her more comfortable, except that Mildred had insisted upon lending her her sweater. But both girls had their blankets over their arms and small bags in their hands. There would be no room for other luggage.

What really surprised Mildred Thornton was Nona Davis' expression of relief, almost of pleasure, at her news. Why, Nona had been more enthusiastic than any one of them over the Red Cross nursing in Russia! She it was who had originally planned their coming into Russia and had been most deeply interested since their arrival. " Nona also demanded, frowning a little in her effort to grasp the situation. " Nona went on, sitting up, while two spots of color appeared in her cheeks. "Please, Mildred, don't be mysterious.

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