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eBook Come Back Amelia Bedelia an I Can Read (An I Can Read Book) ePub

by Peggy Parish

  • ISBN: 0064440168
  • Category: Education and Reference
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Peggy Parish
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harper & Row (October 1978)
  • Pages: 64
  • ePub book: 1201 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1665 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 213


Come Back, Amelia Bedelia. By Peggy Parish, Illustrated by Wallace Tripp.

Come Back, Amelia Bedelia. For example, she gets a job as a file clerk, only she takes out a nail file and shreds the papers she's supposed to file away! The. has been added to your Cart.

Peggy Parish is the author of numerous books for children, including other popular Amelia Bedelia stories, and the I Can Read Books Dinosaur Time and Good Hunting, Blue Sky. Barbara Siebel Thomas is the daughter of Fritz Siebel, who illustrated the original Amelia Bedelia books. She lives in Bridgehampton, NY. Wallace Tripp has illustrated many books for children, including No Flying in the House and Come Back, Amelia Bedelia.

Now young children can read about dinosaurs'even how to say their names'by themselves. Shouts of welcome will greet this new addition to the Early I Can Read series. H. 'Excellent illustrations. a virtual necessity for any library that serves prim. Amelia Bedelia 4 Mayor.

Come Back, Amelia Bedelia book. I have always wished that life wasn't so difficult for her, but I can see how her fictional life can be a great teaching tool for so many to learn about kindness, compassion, figurative vs literal speech, helping others, and so many other wonderful lessons more. Dec 03, 2018 Kelsey Rice rated it it was amazing. This book is about a girl named Amelia Bedelia. She takes everything literally and gets in trouble for it. She looks for new jobs but does exactly what everyone tells her to.

The Amelia Bedelia books have been around for years but Amelia's silly misinterpretations of her employers' . The Paperback of the Amelia Bedelia and the Surprise Shower (I Can Read Book Series: Level by Peggy Parish, Barbara Siebel Thomas, Barbara Siebel.

The Amelia Bedelia books have been around for years but Amelia's silly misinterpretations of her employers' commands are obviously still entertaining for kids as both my 4 year old and my 6 year old love them. My dear book friend Amelia Bedelia always makes me smile. Amelia Bedelia series, Amelia Bedelia and her cousin, helping to prepare a surprise shower, make some arrangements that are not quite what the guests expected. Learn to read with the classic Amelia Bedelia!

When she is fired by an exasperated Mrs. Rogers, the literal-minded Amelia Bedelia has no difficulties finding other jobs, but her subsequent misadventures result in her losing each one before she is welcomed back by her original employers.

When she is fired by an exasperated Mrs. Tell us if something is incorrect.

Amelia Bedelia is the protagonist and title character of a series of American children's books written by Peggy Parish until her death in 1988, and by her nephew, Herman Parish, beginning in 1995. They have been illustrated by Wallace Tripp, Fritz Siebel, and the two current illustrators, Lynn Sweat and Lynne Avril.

Newly illustrated I can Read ed. External-identifier. urn:acs6:ri 0:pdf:b27-756cbf339864 urn:acs6:ri 0:epub:20b-3f7ed39813cf. University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (PZ).

Because she does exactly as she is told, Amelia Bedelia is fired from one job after another.


Pedar Pedar
Very nice, funny story. She gets everything wrong as usual. My 7-year-old enjoyed it.
Kefrannan Kefrannan
Stories are short, fun, easy to read, age appropriate vocabulary. Good media to teach meaning of "literally" as that's the way Amelia understands any communication. Get's my ttoring student reading on her own!!
Arthunter Arthunter
Granddaughter loves amelia And now she can hear as often as she likes. Good sound and easy for a,3 year old to use
showtime showtime
Love these long time stories. Now I am able to share these with my grands and my adopted little ones. I am happy to have found them here on Amazon.
Gavirim Gavirim
My daughter seems to like it and it makes her read so you can't go wrong there, makes them read , thanks again
Mettiarrb Mettiarrb
I loved this book when I was young and my daughter now loves it too. Was extremely satisfied with the product
Humin Humin
There is just something about Amelia Bedelia that I absolutely love. To me, this is surprising due to the fact that she seems so clueless; however, I use her to show my children what we should do VS what we shouldn't do.

This story specifically, helped me to show my son that just because someone thinks differently than we do, that doesn't mean that we should just push them aside. Everyone deserves to matter, and if it is at all possible, everyone should always be included.
Yes, come back Amelia Bedelia! I love Amelia Bedelia, and I never want her to leave!

Amelia Bedelia is the housekeeper for Mr. and Mrs. Rogers. (I would say she's probably about 18?) She takes everything literally; doesn't understand figures of speech. Because of this, she gets into some very interesting situations. But she does have an incredible talent: cooking, because she follows directions verbatim.

In this particular book, Amelia is fired because she takes things literally, and ends up doing the wrong things. But will she get her job back? There is one thing that should save her . . . (I can't tell you what it is, you have to read the books.)

I love Amelia Bedelia books. If you haven't been lucky enough to discover her, I recommend these books.

Amelia Bedelia is one of my favorite characters. Even though these are children's books, I find a bit of coziness in these books. I have loved Amelia Bedelia every since I discovered her (when my kids were little.)