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Fred and Ted like to fly

Fred and Ted like to fly Fred and Ted beloved canine stars of P D Eastman s Big Dog Little Dog and son Peter Eastman s Fred and Ted Go Camping take flight on a new adventure flying planes to a tropical island There the good f

  • Title: Fred and Ted like to fly
  • Author: Peter Eastman
  • ISBN: 9780375940644
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fred and Ted beloved canine stars of P D Eastman s Big Dog Little Dog and son Peter Eastman s Fred and Ted Go Camping take flight on a new adventure flying planes to a tropical island There the good friends enjoy the beach, each in his own style But will the dogs tale be ruined by the rising tide It s a close call for Fred and Ted in this charming introductionFred and Ted beloved canine stars of P D Eastman s Big Dog Little Dog and son Peter Eastman s Fred and Ted Go Camping take flight on a new adventure flying planes to a tropical island There the good friends enjoy the beach, each in his own style But will the dogs tale be ruined by the rising tide It s a close call for Fred and Ted in this charming introduction to opposites Originally created by Dr Seuss, Beginner Books encourage children to read all by themselves, with simple words and illustrations that give clues to their meaning.From the Hardcover edition.

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    1. I just like Fred and Ted. No surprise that these new ones aren't as good as the original, but they are still fun. The words are simple, the pictures are descriptive, and that helps the beginning reader. There are also clever examples of various types of opposites or things that could be either one way or another.

    2. This story is about two friends, named Fred and Ted. Fred was tall, Ted was small, seem to be the opposite of each other in all they do. They were going on a trip. Both jumped into their planes and took off. Came to a landing on an Island. Sat on the beach, made sand castles, swam in the water, until the tide was coming in and then it was time to fly home.

    3. Read this to a friend’s child. It’s a cute story that I think does a good job of teaching various adjectives and nouns.

    4. My daughter immediately noticed the fish in this book and said, “That’s Otto” (from A Fish Out of Water, which was illustrated by Eastman).

    5. A great sequel to Big Dog . . . Little Dog and a very good early reader. We enjoyed the sneaky references to P.D. Eastman beloved books. Actually, it was my four year old who caught those. A few pages in, he recognized the little bird from Are You My Mother? (a particular favorite of his), and shortly thereafter he said "but that's Otto!" "Who's Otto?", I asked him. "It's Otto from A Fish Out of Water, mommy!" I simply hadn't realized that P.D. Eastman actually illustrated Helen Palmer Geisel's [...]

    6. Category: HardcoverAge: 1-6+ yearsSynopsis: Fred and Ted are a doggy duo created by P.D. Eastman, author of “Go, Dog, Go!” and “Are you my Mother?” In this particular book authored by P.D. Eastman’s son, Peter Eastman, our canine heroes fly their own planes to a tropical paradise where they swim, surf, and build sand castles.Bilingual benefit: As the Fred and Ted books are part of the Dr. Seuss Beginner Book series aimed at new readers of the English language, the text is simple and in [...]

    7. A great introduction to opposites for young children. This is the story of two friends who are off flying in their aeroplanes, and the fun they have. They often do things in opposites (one is small, one is tall; one likes red, one likes green; one flies upside down, the other rightside up etc)The illustrations are cute and friendly, the characters are happy and a little bird seems to follow them around, which can make a great 'spot it' activity when reading with your kids.

    8. Dad said there's no way this book can have four stars since the story isn't very good. Mom said I can give it however many stars I want. I like how Fred and Ted are friends and do things together, but they're different from each other and put their own different twists on all the things they do together. Mom says that's called contrasts and that I'm keen for noticing them.

    9. This is an alright story. I appreciate the novel way that Mr. Eastman presents simple concepts and comparisons. My kids had always been too young to grasp any of it so this book never left the shelf; but now I think it's time to revisit it. Plus, Fred and Ted are pilots in the story, flying around like golden sun gods. Who doesn't like a story about pilots? Commies, maybe.

    10. This is a simple book for beginning readers. The colorful, cartoonish illustrations, big font and lots of opposites will likely make this book a hit with the preschooler set. It's a bit too babyish for our girls, so I read it on my own, but I was delighted to find an ebook version of it available through my local library system.

    11. Another fun entry in the Fred and Ted series. These books are adorable and provide lots of beginning words for new readers while the illustrations always offer more opportunities to expand. Fred and Ted make learning to read, identifying colors and concepts and rhyming a whole lot of fun! :)

    12. This is a good opportunity to teach your child about opposites (small and tall, push and pull, right-side up and upside down, in the shade and in the sun, long and short, up and down,hit the ball and miss the ball).

    13. easy to read for young children. had a lot of action. It was repetitive but had a lot of examples of opposites. Overall the book was average. I do think some young kids would like it because of the pictures.

    14. One son said this is his favorite book in the whole world and bought it for his cousins for Christmas.It is a cute book with colorful pictures, easy words and nice rhymes. It works equally well as a read-aloud or an early reader.Really, anything by P.D. Eastman is great.

    15. Fred and Ted books are good beginning readers for us. The pictures help a lot with predicting the words--and my daughter really likes them.

    16. 1234568970I am 5 and I really really Like this book. I like everything about this book because it's a good book.

    17. Another good one from the Beginner Books series. This one talks about opposites without being too obvious and boring.

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