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e-Book Early Birdy Gets the Worm epub download

Author: Amy Wummer,Bruce Lansky
ISBN: 1416993169
Publisher: Meadowbrook; Brdbk edition (February 28, 2012)
Language: English
Category: Animals
Size ePUB: 1175 kb
Size Fb2: 1785 kb
Size DJVU: 1206 kb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 191
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Subcategory: Children

e-Book Early Birdy Gets the Worm epub download

by Amy Wummer,Bruce Lansky



Bruce Lansky (Goodreads Author), Amy Wummer (Illustrator). This wordless books follows a little birds first attempts at catching a worm.

Bruce Lansky (Goodreads Author), Amy Wummer (Illustrator). The Early Bird Gets the Worm is a good idea for an early science reader for young children but it is The Early Bird Gets the Worm shows a great lesson for young children when the little bird keeps seeking his goal even with setbacks. Second the vocabulary has a few challenging words to help expand a young child's vocabulary for both preschool children where an adult reads the story to the child or to a young reader to expand vocabulary.

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Bruce Lansky’s wordless picture book is a smart way to prepare children for reading. Early Bird Gets the Worm follows a little bird on its worm finding adventure. It can help build their capacity for reading comprehension before they tackle phonics and try to read words. Chase Young, PhD, Assistant Professor, Texas A&M Corpus Christi). Beginning and struggling readers may think they’re reading this book, but you’ll know they’re ‘reading’ the pictures and loving it. (Tim Rasinski, PhD, Professor of Literacy Education, Kent State University). Not every worm is what it seems, or as easy to catch as it looks! The ending is sweet and will warm the hearts of mamas and little ones alike.

The Early Worm Gets the Bird is a 1940 Merrie Melodies short directed by Tex Avery. Mammy Blackbird is tucking her three children into bed. One little bird named Willie pulls out a copy of a book titled The Early Bird Gets the Worm and starts reading. Mammy scolds him and warns that if he tries to catch that worm that the ol' fox will catch him. Willie isn't frightened by his mother's warning and sets his alarm clock so he can have a worm for breakfast

Inspired, Early Birdy wants to catch one too. But catching a worm isn't as. .Because the story is told in pictures, reading it together is a lot more fun than you ever imagined.

Inspired, Early Birdy wants to catch one too. But catching a worm isn't as easy as it looks. Eastman's Are You My Mother? and Hug by Jez Alborough will adore Early Birdy Gets the Worm. Danny Brassel, PhD, Professor, Teacher Education Department, California State Hills Bruce Lansky's wordless picture book is a smart way to prepare children for reading. Join Early Birdy on an exciting and funny adventure set in a beautiful springtime forest environment created by illustrator Bill Bolton. Don't be surprised to find yourself "smiling from ear to ea. Don't for one minute think you're going to "read" (aka narrate) this story to your child because you're the adult and your child is, well, the child.

The name is a play on the adage "The early bird gets the worm. The story starts in the house of The Blackbird family. Three young birds are seen saying their bedtime prayers. Their mammy tells them goodnight, and the children get into bed to go to sleep.

The first people who arrive will get the best stuff. you don't know what you have

The early bird usually signifys that when you are ahead of someone, specially when applying for a job, you . The first bird there would obivould get all the worms and. the first mouse would set off the trap so then the cheese is free!! HAHAHHAHAHAHAH thats so cute!!!!! <

The early bird usually signifys that when you are ahead of someone, specially when applying for a job, you might get the job. My uncle used to say " Trains have a one track mind. I don't know what he meant by that. the first mouse would set off the trap so then the cheese is free!! HAHAHHAHAHAHAH thats so cute!!!!! <

Picture Stories is a new line of books which uses pictures (rather than words) to present stories to young children. Children aged two and up can enjoy Picture Stories, by “reading” the pictures, which enables them to “tell” the story in their own words.


Early Birdy Gets the Worm is a charming story of Early Birdy, a baby bird who wakes early to get the worm and succeeds eventually (better late than never). Any child can “read” this story by telling their own version of what is happening in the pictures and each time the story will be different. This concept helps very young children enjoy books and expands their imagination in the process.



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This is the first wordless children's book we've read -- that's right, no words. I saw it on a Goodreads giveway and won it! Thanks Mr. Lansky for the beautiful book!

How was I unaware of this genre? I must be the last person to know about wordless books. They are designed for children ages 3-6 to read the illustrations and enjoy the story on their own or with their family. My three year old is thrilled to read just like {almost} her big sister!

Early Bird Gets the Worm follows a little bird on its worm finding adventure. Not every worm is what it seems, or as easy to catch as it looks! The ending is sweet and will warm the hearts of mamas and little ones alike. Use the book as a springboard to talk about birds, perseverance, the bond between mamas and babies, and feelings.

My three year old's little face was pure concentration on our first read through. She made me read it three times straight!

Even my soon-to-be eight year old wanted in on the fun! She asked if she could 'make up a story' too. She proceeded to create a story, then another, and then another. It's so rewarding to see her reading to her younger sister :)

Finally my three year old decided she didn't want to share the her book anymore. Snatching it up, she headed to her favorite rocking chair. Draped in her favorite blanket, she began "Once upon a time..."

So far, my three year old has read the book everyday {more than once a day} for the two and a half weeks. She is so exited about her new, shiny book. Though with all its use, it might not stay shiny for long! We will be looking for other books by this author to add to our home library.