Amelia Bedelia by the Yard

Amelia Bedelia by the Yard Learn to read with young Amelia Bedelia The Amelia Bedelia books are great for growing the vocabularies of newly independent readers Amelia Bedelia by the Yard is a funny story about community family

  • Title: Amelia Bedelia by the Yard
  • Author: Herman Parish Lynne Avril
  • ISBN: 9780062334282
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Learn to read with young Amelia Bedelia The Amelia Bedelia books are great for growing the vocabularies of newly independent readers Amelia Bedelia by the Yard is a funny story about community, family, and helping out, and it stars Amelia Bedelia as a young girl More than 35 million Amelia Bedelia books sold since 1963 Amelia Bedelia s parents are holding a yard sale buLearn to read with young Amelia Bedelia The Amelia Bedelia books are great for growing the vocabularies of newly independent readers Amelia Bedelia by the Yard is a funny story about community, family, and helping out, and it stars Amelia Bedelia as a young girl More than 35 million Amelia Bedelia books sold since 1963 Amelia Bedelia s parents are holding a yard sale but Amelia Bedelia loves playing in her yard, and she doesn t want to sell it Luckily, her mother promises they will only sell things in the yard When one neighbor wishes she could buy the flowers, Amelia Bedelia fetches a shovel to dig some up After all, a yard will always grow back A Level 1 I Can Read book featuring the childhood of America s favorite housekeeper, Amelia Bedelia

    One thought on “Amelia Bedelia by the Yard”

    1. I loved the original series as a kid. Amelia as a little girl isn't the character I remember, but the books retain their goofy, gentle charm. Young readers will be giggling along with the story.

    2. Very cute story to read to children, shows how funny the English language is and how weird some expressions are in the minds of children.

    3. The irony of Amelia Bedelia, is I have a very literal kid as well. She laughs at these stories, but they are her to a "T" and I can't wait for her to realize this :)

    4. I grew up with Peggy Parish's Amelia Bedelia books, and I'm happy to see new versions on the shelves. The illustrations are bright and whimsical, and the story is fun and teaches about what "things" are truly important.

    5. Amelia Bedelia's misunderstandings of simple things in this book are really silly, but borderline annoying as well. Other than that, it's a decent story with decent audio.

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