By Meg Girnis, Shirley Leamon Green
Youngsters with Down syndrome should be thrilled to determine a mirrored image of themselves during this alphabet ebook. complete colour pictures of a multicultural forged of youngsters, such a lot with Down syndrome, illustrate the easy textual content that is helping young children study their ABCs.
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He jumped off the cot and stuffed his feet into his shoes. During the night, he had come up with a plan. Since this basilisk was such a dangerous beast, Nate knew he would only get in Aunt Phil's way. Clearly it would be best if he caught a mail plane back to England and waited for her there. Nate couldn't wait to suggest his plan, but before he could say anything, there was a tapping at the tent door. It was Mr. Pickle, inviting them to the mess tent for one last hot breakfast. "I'm afraid I've too much to do," Aunt Phil told him.
A short while later, a disturbance outside the tent interrupted his thoughts. He hastily rewrapped the egg. Just as he was storing it safely in his pack, Aunt Phil called out to him. "Nathaniel? " "Uh-oh," Greasle said, crawling back into the pack. " Nate slowly opened the tent flap and peeked outside. Aunt Phil stood there with about half a dozen men, all of them looking angry. Nate swallowed. " She turned to him, her face no longer warm and friendly. "That's him," a man yelled out, pointing. Nate recognized the pilot he'd asked for a ride.
He asked Greasle, hoping very much that she did. The gremlin's head emerged cautiously. "I don't know. " She looked at the eerie skulls, then squealed and ducked back inside. "Maybe I'll just stay in here," she called back to him. Nate reached into the pack and snagged her. "Oh no you don't. " He ripped a small corner of his scarf off and helped her pull it up over her mouth and nose. Then he carefully set her on the ground. " he asked. She folded her arms and glared at him. "Come on," he said.
ABC for You and Me by Meg Girnis, Shirley Leamon Green