Little Lucy Goes to School (Step into Reading)

Little Lucy Goes to School (Step into Reading)

Ilene Cooper

Language: English

Pages: 48

ISBN: 0385369948

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


With over 1.6 million Lucy books sold, this beguiling beagle has captured the hearts of both beginning readers and early chapter book fans!
 
Learn to read with Ilene Cooper’s adorable beagle puppy, Lucy!
 
What does Bobby do all day at school? Lucy wants to know! So when Bobby’s mom takes her there, Lucy takes off! She finds the lunchroom. She finds the library. But can she find Bobby?
 
Step 3 (Reading on Your Own) is for children who are ready to read independently. Step 3 titles have stories with easy-to-follow plots and engaging characters.

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randomhouse.com/teachers Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Cooper, Ilene. Little Lucy / by Ilene Cooper; illustrated by John Kanzler. p. cm. — (Step into reading. Step 3) Summary: When Lucy the beagle goes to a lake with Bobby and his family, she does not want to go in the water and, instead, has an adventure on her own. ISBN 978-0-375-86760-6 (pbk.) — ISBN 978-0-375-96760-3 (lib. bdg.) [1. Lakes—Fiction. 2. Beagle (Dog breed)—Fiction. 3. Dogs—Fiction.] I. Kanzler, John,

the backseat, too. Lucy jumped in beside him. She barked at the window. Bobby knew what that meant. Lucy wanted him to open the window. Mr. Quinn drove and drove. The wind ruffled Lucy’s fur. But the air smelled different. It smelled like trees and grass. There weren’t any people on the sidewalk. There weren’t any sidewalks! Lucy saw a big black and white animal behind a fence. It let out a long mooo. Lucy let out a long hooowl. She added a bark just to show who was boss.

wet. Bobby grabbed a beach ball. “Come on, Lucy,” he said. “Let’s play in the water.” Lucy liked the big beach ball. But she still didn’t like the lake. She turned her back on the water. “She doesn’t want to go in,” Mrs. Quinn said. “I will tie her leash to that tree. Then you can swim.” Tied up? Lucy knew what that meant. No fun. But Lucy settled down under the leafy tree. It was cool and quiet. She put her head on her paws. She closed her eyes. Lucy was almost asleep.

Then she heard a sound. ZZzzz. ZZzzz. What was that noise? Lucy opened one eye. A small bug was flying around her ear. Lucy barked a little bark. The bug went away. Then she closed her eyes again. ZZzzz. ZZzzz. Lucy growled a little growl. That pesky bug kept right on buzzing. Ouch! The bug bit Lucy’s ear! Lucy rubbed her head on the ground. She rolled around. She rolled around some more. Her leash came loose. Lucy was free! Nobody saw Lucy escape. Mrs. Quinn was

Then she heard a sound. ZZzzz. ZZzzz. What was that noise? Lucy opened one eye. A small bug was flying around her ear. Lucy barked a little bark. The bug went away. Then she closed her eyes again. ZZzzz. ZZzzz. Lucy growled a little growl. That pesky bug kept right on buzzing. Ouch! The bug bit Lucy’s ear! Lucy rubbed her head on the ground. She rolled around. She rolled around some more. Her leash came loose. Lucy was free! Nobody saw Lucy escape. Mrs. Quinn was

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