I Can Read Level 2 (Pack Of 5)(Paperback)

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Jake Learns to Share Jake is happy because it is his birthday. He knows it is his day to be the center of attention. Focusing on himself, however, causes him to spoil his own birthday party. Jake’s family helps him see that sharing his birthday is a better choice. In Jake Learns to Share, its Jake’s birthday and he’s announced he’s going to eat his cake all by himself. He also intends to play with his presents all by himself. But he quickly discovers that leaving his family out of the fun makes for a boring, lonely celebration! Jake Helps Out Jake wants to help Mother and Father with the chores so they can go to the beach for the day. As he tries to help out, a series of mishaps leaves him feeling frustrated and useless. Jake is excited about going to the beach with Mother, Father, and his little sister, Kelly. He wants to help out so they can be on their way. After spilling the milk, breaking a plate, and sloshing pickle juice in the picnic basket, he finally goes to his room feeling like he’s just in the way. While waiting for Mother and Father to finish the chores, he reads books to Kelly. When they get to the beach, Jake helps Kelly build a sand castle and teaches her how to swim. At the end of the day, Mother and Father explain to Jake that he was a big helper even though he didn’t realize it. Jake's Brave Night Jake spends his first night in his very own bedroom but doesn’t sleep well because he is afraid of the dark and afraid of being alone. When Jake tells his parents, they get him a night light and remind him that God is with him all night long. Jake is excited about having his own bedroom, but when it comes time to go to sleep, he is afraid of the dark and afraid of being alone. Jake tries to conquer his fears by turning on the bedroom light. When that doesn’t work, he takes his animals to bed with him. Then he tries crawling under his bed. When none of these methods work, he crawls back into bed and finally falls asleep. The next morning, when Jake tells his parents what happened, they get him a night light and remind him that God is with him all night long. The next night Jake has no trouble falling asleep. Jake Goes Fishing Jake and Father go fishing and catch some fish for supper, but Jake decides to throw the fish back in the lake. When Jake says he spoiled the day, Father reassures Jake that God still gave them a good day to have fun and be together. Jake and Father plan to go fishing, but on the way to the lake Jake spills the worms. Jake is noisy in the boat and then gets a fish hook caught in his pants. When things finally settle down, they catch several fish for supper and have a great day together. But feeling sorry for the fish, Jake decides to put them back in the lake. Jake feels like he spoiled the day by wanting to put the fish back. Father assures Jake that God gave them a good day to have fun and be together. Father stops by the store on the way home and they buy some crackers shaped like fish. Troo's Big Climb Rilla dares Troo to climb a tree his parents have told him not to. What will the consequences be? A lesson in obedience ... Troo is not a baby, and he’s not afraid to climb the biggest tree in the forest—even though his parents told him not to. But this tree isn’t safe for anyone! What will happen if Troo falls? This is a Level Two I Can Read! book, which means it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences. It aligns with guided reading level J and will be of interest to children Pre-K to 3rd grade.

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Category : Children

SKU : 9781776371556

Language : English

Size : 229 mm x 152 mm x 13 mm

Page Count : 160

Format : Paperback

Publisher : Zondervan Publishing House

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