|Author:||Mark Teague,Shana Corey|
|Title:||First Graders From Mars|
|Format:||txt mobi lrf mbr|
|ePUB size:||1606 kb|
|FB2 size:||1252 kb|
|DJVU size:||1412 kb|
|Category:||Growing Up and Facts of Life|
|Publisher:||Scholastic Paperbacks; 1st edition (August 1, 2002)|
Illustrated by Mark Teague. Horus was excited about starting first grade. UNTIL he discovered there were no slime tables, no snooze mats, and no snacks. UNTIL he got put in the Beta reading group instead of the Alpha. The familiar story of a first-grader’s first-day-of-school anxiety gets a cosmic boost in this title set on Mars. The reassuring, simple text, printed in large type suitable for beginning readers, is filled with hilarious space terms standing in for familiar school phrases, and Teague’s wonderfully imagined illustrations extend the galactic jokes and make Horus and his classmates irresistible. A great, lighthearted choice for nervous students, who will look forward to a sequel.
Shana Corey (Author), Mark Teague (Illustrator). Book 1 of 4 in the First Graders from Mars Series. Ideal for a 5~7 year-old. The only negative thing I can say about Shana Corey's "First Graders from Mars" series is that it's WAY too short. My daughter and I have all four and have read them until they're ragged. especially for a bedtime story.
First Graders From Mars book. First Graders From Mars: Episode The Problem With Pelly. First Graders From Mars by. Shana Corey
Illustrated by Mark Teague. On your mark, get set, blast off! It’s Martian Health Week, and Pod 1 is learning about the 450 food groups. They are practicing the 100-meteor dash. They all want to be ready for the space race. Only poor Nergal is a nervous wreck.
Mark Teague is an American author and illustrator of children's books. Mark Teague was born in 1963. He grew up in San Diego, California, and went to college at UC Santa Cruz. When he was a child, he started writing books before he could even write
First graders from mars. Episode 1: Horus’s Horrible Day. by Shana Corey & illustrated by Mark Teague. 2000), offers Episode 1 of the First Graders from Mars series, which describes Horus’s reluctance to leave his martiangarten days behind to move on to first grade. He slurps his soup with the wrong tentacle, tangles with an overly confident Martian girl named Tera, and lands in the Beta reading group (rather than the Alpha group with nemesis Tera).
by Shana Corey and Mark Teague. Together they've authored a charming story with a gentle, reassuring message that won't be lost on young readers. First Graders From Mars is a super book for kids ages 4-8. It will become a staple for parents sending kids off to first grade and for first grade teachers welcoming Kindergarten graduates for the first time (Martiangarten Grads too!) he's a kid through an through! Corey has crafted a fast-paced, easy-to-read story that gels!!
First graders from Mars. by Corey, Shana; Teague, Mark, illustrator. Publication date 2002.
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First graders from Mars. 1st ed. by Shana Corey. Published 2003 by Scholastic Press in New York. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.