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Penguin's Skating Party (Developing Reader Level 2) (udgave 2009)

af Dana Regan (Forfatter)

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Penguin's friends arrive at his house to invite him to Paula's skating birthday party. Penguin doesn't know how to skate, so his friends teach him.
Medlem:kelleypaulc
Titel:Penguin's Skating Party (Developing Reader Level 2)
Forfattere:Dana Regan (Forfatter)
Info:Scholastic Inc. (2009), Edition: English Language
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
(Fantasy) Penguin is scared to go ice skating when his friends invite him to a birthday party, but with the help of his friends, Penguin learns to overcome his fears.
  apoffenroth13 | Feb 9, 2015 |
Age Appropriateness: primary
Media: Pen and Ink

This book is an example of modern fantasy because the penguins act like humans in that they talk, ice skate, and have birthday parties. Students at the primary level would enjoy this story and be very entertained by the activities they partake in. ( )
  kyoder06 | Sep 21, 2009 |
This is a good modern fantasy book because it uses characters and events that are not possible in real life. For example, the penguins in this book all talk, have feelings, skate, and celebrate birthdays. Even though it is not realistic, it does hold certain truths such as the setting being in a cold place where penguins would normally live (snow and ice everywhere). This story has a very clear plot. At first we are briefly introduced to the penguin friends and the main character, but then the conflict arises. The penguins are all going to a skating party but the main penguin has never skated before. Soon, that conflict is resolved as the penguins teach him how to skate. However, another conflict ensues as the main penguin gets nervous again once he gets to the party. But sure enough, it gets resolved again when the penguins help him out on the ice and compliment his skating.
Media: The illustrations appear to be pen and ink.
  rvangent | Mar 11, 2009 |
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