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An Extraordinary Egg by Leo Lionni {Step into Reading, Level 3}

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An Extraordinary Egg by Leo Lionni {Step into Reading, Level 3}An Extraordinary Egg by Leo Lionni
Series: Step Into Reading Level 3

Also in this series: Fish is Fish
Also by this author: Fish is Fish
Genres: Early Readers, Juvenile Fiction
Published by Random House Books for Young Readers on July 14, 2015
Pages: 40
Format: eARC
Source: Edelweiss
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Leo Lionni’s popular story about an alligator who gets confused with a chicken is now available as a Step 3 Step into Reading book—perfect for children who are ready to read on their own!Series Overview: From its inception, Step into Reading has set the standard. Random House was the first trade publisher to: implement a leveling system that recognized the different developmental stages of beginning readers; offer a learning-to-read series as original paperbacks; and publish a mix of original and licensed titles. Step into Reading continues to be the industry leader with exciting fiction and nonfiction, favorite licenses and characters, and innovative line extensions. Remember, a lifetime love of learning starts with a single step!

My thoughts in the summer of 2014: This is rather amusing and a great read to throw in while studying amphibians and reptiles.

Update for 2015:

An Extraordinary EggAn Extraordinary Egg is a story written about 1948 I believe. It is one of several by Leo Lionni that has entertained children for decades. Now for the summer of 2015, this story returns in a Step into Reading Level 3 reader right on key for students that are getting ready to read on their own.

Reading this now, I’d say that it would a perfect one to add in when studying classifications in science.

I read a digital loan of the ISBN 13: 9780385755474. I own a vintage copy of the storybook. The story itself was originally recommended to me by Memoria Press Kindergarten Curriculum.

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