Phoebe and the Spelling Bee

Phoebe and the Spelling Bee Phoebe will do anything to avoid studying for Friday s spelling bee she d rather fold her spelling list into a paper airplane or pretend to have a stomachache than spell hard words like brontosaurus a

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  • Title: Phoebe and the Spelling Bee
  • Author: Barney Saltzberg
  • ISBN: 9780786821143
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Phoebe will do anything to avoid studying for Friday s spelling bee she d rather fold her spelling list into a paper airplane or pretend to have a stomachache than spell hard words like brontosaurus and Wednesday The trouble is, she is running out of excuses and time Just when it appears that Friday will spell disaster, Phoebe hatches an unusual study plan ThiPhoebe will do anything to avoid studying for Friday s spelling bee she d rather fold her spelling list into a paper airplane or pretend to have a stomachache than spell hard words like brontosaurus and Wednesday The trouble is, she is running out of excuses and time Just when it appears that Friday will spell disaster, Phoebe hatches an unusual study plan This wonderfully humorous picture book with clear, friendly illustrations has lots of genuine kid appeal.

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    1. This book very amusing. Phoebe is a master procrastinator when it came to studying her spelling bee words. I see a lot of myself in her! I enjoyed this book. Phoebe had some pretty imaginative ways to remember how to spell her those words, and I wish I had thought of them when I was in school!

    2. I really enjoyed this book a lot. It was about a little girl who did not like to spell, but she learned in a different way which was fun to read because it just shows the importance in recognizing different children's accomplishments and learning styles.

    3. This was a great book. You can use it to assist you when you teaching children how to spell words correctly. It gives them a chance to see how you can break words apart to spell them.

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