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By Dianna Hutts Aston, Sylvia Long
The creators of the award-winning An Egg Is Quiet and A Seed Is Sleepy have teamed up back to create this pretty and informative creation to the area of butterflies. From iridescent blue swallowtails and awesome orange monarchs to the worlds tiniest butterfly (Western Pygmy Blue) and the biggest (Queen Alexandra's Birdwing), an enormous number of butterflies are celebrated right here in all in their good looks and beauty. ideal for a child's bed room bookshelf or for a lecture room interpreting circle!
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This time he grabbed Ramona by the wrist. ” said Beezus angrily. Ramona howled as Wayne tried to pry her fingers loose from the lollipop stick. He knocked against his muffin tin, which flipped into the air spattering paint over the table, the drawing boards, and the floor. Ramona was splashed with red and yellow paint. Blue and green ran down Wayne’s jeans onto his sneakers. A pool of brown paint dripped off the table onto the floor.
Ramona grabbed the book. “It’s mine. ” “Buying a book and paying for damage are not the same thing,” Miss Evans pointed out to Ramona. Beezus could see that Ramona didn’t care. The book was hers, wasn’t it? It was paid for and she could keep it. And that’s not fair, thought Beezus. Ramona shouldn’t get 34 her own way when she had been naughty. “But, Miss Evans,” protested Beezus, “if she spoils a book she shouldn’t get to keep it. Now every time she finds a book she likes she will . ” Beezus did not go on.
How could she possibly think of an imaginary animal? As Beezus poured paints into her muffin tin and tacked a sheet of paper to her drawing board, she tried to think of an imaginary animal, but all the animals she could think of—cats and dogs, cows and horses, lions and giraffes—were discouragingly real. Reluctantly Beezus took the only vacant seat, which was beside a boy named Wayne who came to the class only because his mother made him. Once Beezus had hung her sweater on the back of a chair, and Wayne had printed “Post No Bills” on it in chalk.
A Butterfly Is Patient by Dianna Hutts Aston, Sylvia Long