By Lindsey Craig
Writer Lindsey Craig groups up with Arthur writer and bestselling artist Marc Brown in a toe-tapping farmyard dance-a-thon—perfect for little one and preschooler read-alouds. once the sunlight is going down, the animals are up! ("Sheep can't sleep. Sheep can't sleep. Sheep can't sleep 'cause they received that beat!") earlier than lengthy, there's a tremendous farmyard dance celebration, whole with humorous animal sounds. yet what occurs whilst the entire racket wakes up Farmer Sue? Here's a colourful bedtime tale that begs to be learn aloud.
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Ivy was thinking loving things about all living creatures, even disgusting creatures like eyeless sea worms. Then a hummingbird whizzed past her head. It was beautiful. Ivy pictured the shimmering creature on her shoulder like a little jewel and held her breath. Careful. Don’t move. Think like a hummingbird. “Vvvvvvvum,” she murmured. ” said Bean. Ivy shook her head. Shhh, Bean. The hummingbird darted from flower to flower. Come on, look at me, thought Ivy. See how good I am. The hummingbird came to a stop on a stem and turned to look at her thoughtfully.
Sorry,” said Bean. Ivy smiled in a pure-of-heart way at Bean. “Now I’m thinking nice thoughts about you,” she said. Bean didn’t like the sound of that. 37 A CRUMMY PLAN Bean could not think one more nice thought. She had thought something nice about every single kid in her class. She had wished that there were peace on earth and no more litter—that should make the animals happy— and that everyone had plenty to eat and only things they liked. Not one bird had come anywhere near her. There was sweat dripping out from under her hair.
Then he turned around and went into his house. + + + + + + Ivy was thinking loving things about all living creatures, even disgusting creatures like eyeless sea worms. Then a hummingbird whizzed past her head. It was beautiful. Ivy pictured the shimmering creature on her shoulder like a little jewel and held her breath. Careful. Don’t move. Think like a hummingbird. “Vvvvvvvum,” she murmured. ” said Bean. Ivy shook her head. Shhh, Bean. The hummingbird darted from flower to flower. Come on, look at me, thought Ivy.
Farmyard Beat by Lindsey Craig