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by Claudine Gevry,Megan McDonald
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Claudine Gevry,Megan McDonald
  • ISBN:
    037583110X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0375831102
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  • Publisher:
    Random House Books for Young Readers (April 24, 2007)
  • Pages:
    48 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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    1329 kb
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    1252 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    382
  • Formats:
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The flower girl in my wedding is in 2nd grade and is a big fan of Daisy Jane books The imaginative and delightful Daisy Jane is an easy character to fall in love with. This is a level three, "Step Into Reading" book that is geared toward the more confident reader.

The flower girl in my wedding is in 2nd grade and is a big fan of Daisy Jane books. The imaginative and delightful Daisy Jane is an easy character to fall in love with. It is divided into short chapters with and "easy to follow" plot.

Start by marking Daisy Jane, Best-Ever Flower Girl as Want to Read . For Megan McDonald, being able to speak up for herself wasn't always easy.

Start by marking Daisy Jane, Best-Ever Flower Girl as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. She grew up as the youngest of five sisters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Published April 24, 2007 by Random House Books for Young Readers.

Daisy Jane, Best-Ever Flower Girl (Step into Reading). 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Daisy Jane, Best-Ever Flower Girl (Step into Reading) from your list? Daisy Jane, Best-Ever Flower Girl (Step into Reading). Published April 24, 2007 by Random House Books for Young Readers.

She was so excited to have a flower girl book that she could read on her own!

book by Megan McDonald. She was so excited to have a flower girl book that she could read on her own! 0. Report. This is a great little story every little flower girl and prospective bride is just going to love! By Thriftbooks. com User, June 25, 2009. Daisy Jane loved it when her "best babysitter" Allie came over. She was lots of fun to play with. They played all kinds of games like Superheroes, Princesses, and, best of all, Brides.

When the big day arrives, Daisy Jane shows everyone that she is the best-ever flower girl. Claudine Gevry lives in Montreal, Canada. About the Author: Megan McDonald is the author of the numerous children's books and novels including the Judy Moody books. She lives in Sebastopol, California. All that practice stands her in good stead when Allie asks Daisy to be the flower girl in her real wedding.

Daisy Jane, Best Ever Flower Girl. Illustrated by: Claudine Gevry. Age Level: 3-6. Reading Level: Beginning Reader. After shopping and lots of practice, the special day comes with ultimately happy results. Happy New Year, Julie: 1974 (American Girl). Illustrated by: Robert Hunt. Age Level: 6-9. Reading Level: Independent Reader. от 340. Giorgio Armani.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Step into Reading . Megan McDonald Paperback Books.

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Megan McDonald is the author of the highly acclaimed Judy Moody and Stink book series, among other beloved books. Her Step into Reading books include Daisy Jane, Best-Ever Flower Girl and Shining Star. She lives in California. Your reader may also like. The Bravest Dog Ever When Mutants Attack!

Автор: Mcdonald, Megan Название: Daisy Jane, Best-Ever Flower Girl Издательство: Random House (USA) Классификация .

Megan McDonald, author of the Judy Moody series, and award-winning illustrator G. Brian Karas team up to show that true friends can weather whatever comes their way-even if one is feeling antsy and the other has blissful hibernation in mind.

Daisy Jane loves her favorite babysitter, Allie. So when Allie asks Daisy Jane to be her flower girl, the obvious answer is yes. When the big day arrives, Daisy Jane shows everyone that she is the best-ever flower girl.

Agamaginn
These are the cutest books for a flower girl! I think reading is so important so these are perfect. They may have to be read by an adult, but what little girl doesn't love to be read to. The illustrations are bright and fun! I also got the Pinkalicious Flower girl and Junie B. Jones Almost a Flower girl books as well as the Barbie Flower 'N Flutter doll for the flower girl bags.
Hap
The flower girl in my wedding is in 2nd grade and is a big fan of Daisy Jane books. She was so excited to have a flower girl book that she could read on her own!
Awene
Daisy Jane loved it when her "best babysitter" Allie came over. She was lots of fun to play with. They played all kinds of games like Superheroes, Princesses, and, best of all, Brides. Sometimes she was the bride and other times she played the flower girl. Her black cat, Mr. Moon, was always the groom. She got all dressed up from head to toe and even had a basket of paper flowers. On the top of her head she had "an old curtain for her veil" and on her feet she had on "Allie's pink shoes." It was lots of fun, but there was no real wedding, but one day she got a surprise. Allie was really going to get married and Daisy Jane was going to be the flower girl!

It was so exciting. "Weddings were even better than kittens!" Of course Allie would have to find someone other than a cat like Mr. Moon to marry, but she assured Daisy Jane that she had one and would love him, "even when he has chicken pox." There were lots of things to do before the wedding and Allie talked about many of the things she would have at her wedding, including finger sandwiches and fireworks. Just before the wedding Daisy Jane would have to shop for her dress. The big day was soon coming, but there was an unusual occurrence at the wedding and everything went crazy. Would Daisy be able to save the day?

This is a great little story every little flower girl and prospective bride is just going to love! The imaginative and delightful Daisy Jane is an easy character to fall in love with. This is a level three, "Step Into Reading" book that is geared toward the more confident reader. It is divided into short chapters with and "easy to follow" plot. If you're looking for beginning chick lit, this is just perfect!
Faugami
We read this book tonight for the first time. I was rather annoyed by the circumstances - first there is a big storm (something my daughter is afraid of), then the lights go out. Now my daughter is worried that will happen when she is a flower girl. I should have read this before I bought it. Other than that, it's cute. Although I think the phrase "slow as ketchup" is less than appealing.
Grokinos
This book was a gift for a five year-old girl who loves hearing all about my recent wedding (I'm her teacher/baby-sitter). This book is short, sweet, and secular-- the latter aspect being quite refreshing as many comparable books I considered take place in a church. It would have been nice to see some diversity in the characters, as they were all Caucasian.
Ranterl
When my friend had a baby and named her "Daisy Jane", I just knew I had to get this book for her. She loved it!
Kulalbine
My 6 year old daughter loves weddings and can't wait to be a flower girl one day. This book was perfect for her.