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The Big Red Sled (level 1)

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Little Fred doesnt want to go to bed. He wants to play with his red sled instead. So he tiptoes out the door after his parents are asleep to go sledding and throw snowballs with his friends. Then suddenly, he realizes he is lost. All the snow-covered houses look exactly the same! When Fred hears the familiar sound of his father snoring, he finds his way home, safe and soun ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published December 1st 2001 by Cartwheel
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Kalin Schwab
This is the story of yet another young bear. He wasn't supposed to go outside, but he snuck out and took his sled with him. He played for a while then he realized his sled was stuck and he was lost. But he heard his fathers snoring and made it back to his cabin. Then he just went to bed with no punishment. Not exactly sure what the message was behind this book.
Holly Chapman
This is a good book for emergent readers. It would be best for pre-k to first grade. This book is about a bear named Fred who loves to play on his sled. One night Fred wants to play before dinner but his Mom won't let him. Once Fred's parents are asleep he sneaks out and meets up with his friends to play. Fred decides to leave to go home but gets lost on his way home. He follows the sound of his Dad snoring and when he gets home his Mom is waiting for him with a cup for hot coco. He then falls a ...more
Robert
Not the greatest story ever written. It is designed for beginning readers so the word choice was most appropriate for that age group. A little bear wants to sled, but his parents are asleep. He leaves the house anyway and meets a friend. After getting lost he listens for his father's snoring to guide him home.

Eh.
Jamie
Lots of rhyming words to help your kid start reading. Level 1. Story about a bear who doesn't want to hibernate, but go sledding. I really liked the words they chose to rhyme and try to help your child become more familiar with different words.
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