A Good Team: An Acorn Book

A Good Team: An Acorn Book[Epub] ➞ A Good Team: An Acorn Book By Heather Ayris Burnell – Bluevapours.co.uk Magical friends Unicorn and Yeti love to play gamesYeti is good at kicking the ballUnicorn cannot kick the ball Unicorn is good at running racesYeti cannot run fast Unicorn and Yeti play ring toss, ru Magical friends Unicorn and Yeti Team: An PDF/EPUB ç love to play gamesYeti is good at kicking the ballUnicorn cannot A Good eBook ☆ kick the ball Unicorn is good at running racesYeti cannot run fast Unicorn and Yeti play ring Good Team: An Epub Ú toss, run a race, and go ice skating.

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  • Paperback
  • 64 pages
  • A Good Team: An Acorn Book
  • Heather Ayris Burnell
  • 17 February 2019
  • 1338329049

10 thoughts on “A Good Team: An Acorn Book

  1. Jen says:

    I liked the focus on teamwork and doing things together and modifying a game if it didn t work for one of the people playing Cute little book that I think beginner readers would enjoy 3.5 stars, rounded to 4, because SPARKLY UNICORN, lol

  2. Barbara says:

    Sometimes you just have to read about the things you love Magical character lovers will appreciate Unicorn and Yeti A Good Team by Burnell and Quintanilla Simple sentences accompany incredibly colorful illustrations in this book that is similar to a very elementary graphic novel Repetitive words and phrases will support learning new words in this unique story for beginning readers age 5 8.

  3. Heidi says:

    This delightful addition to Scholastic s new Unicorn and Yeti series lets readers see the ins and outs of a rather unusual friendship Unicorn and Yeti enjoy different activities but want to share their fun with each other The problem is that what works for Yeti, doesn t necessarily work really well for Unicorn For example, Yeti likes throwing a ball, but Unicorn has a hard time catching it until it gets stuck on her horn How can they enjoy the same activities when their abilities are so ver This delightful addition to Scholastic s new Unicorn and Yeti series lets readers see the ins and outs of a rather unusual friendship Unicorn and Yeti enjoy different activities but want to share their fun with each other The problem is that what works for Yeti, doesn t necessarily work really well for Unicorn For example, Yeti likes throwing a ball, but Unicorn has a hard time catching it until it gets stuck on her horn How can they enjoy the same activities when their abilities are so very different It was fun to read about how they compromised an found new activities to do together in order to make their playing together work The illustrations are bright and colorful A real winner of a series

  4. Bonnie Grover says:

    Unicorn and Yeti is an early reader that could teach us all some great lessons Young Ss will watch these two learn about perseverance, good sportsmanship, empathy, and friendship I know some kids who are going to fall in love with Unicorn and Yeti.

  5. Margie says:

    A cute story for children just learning to read.

  6. Kayla says:

    Solid for an early reader book Feels like a graphic novel for younger kiddos.

  7. Jenn says:

    Magical heir to Elephant and Piggie.

  8. Becky says:

    First sentence Unicorn saw Yeti kick the ball Premise plot The first book in the series is Sparkly New Friends This second book features threeadventures The Ball, A Race, and On Ice In chapter one, the two friends TRY to play ball together But can unicorn catch and throw a ball In chapter two, the two friends race each other But can Yeti run as fast as unicorn In chapter three, the two friends go ice skating a new activity for both of them Can unicorn ice skate How abo First sentence Unicorn saw Yeti kick the ball Premise plot The first book in the series is Sparkly New Friends This second book features threeadventures The Ball, A Race, and On Ice In chapter one, the two friends TRY to play ball together But can unicorn catch and throw a ball In chapter two, the two friends race each other But can Yeti run as fast as unicorn In chapter three, the two friends go ice skating a new activity for both of them Can unicorn ice skate How about Yeti My thoughts I enjoyed this one I don t know if my favorite story was the one about playing ball or ice skating But it definitely was not the racing one Still two out of three isn t bad when it comes to stories I don t know that I love this series enough to want there to be thirty books in the series.but I wouldn t mind a few

  9. zapkode says:

    My thoughts Unicorn and Yeti enjoy playing games with one another In this book they play play ball, which turns into ring toss, they race and they ice skate They have a lot of fun together and learn that not everyone can do the same things in the same way, or the same things period.The text in this book goes hand and hand with the illustrations The illustrations help to tell ain depth story about what is going on within the book I really enjoy books that are written in a beginner g My thoughts Unicorn and Yeti enjoy playing games with one another In this book they play play ball, which turns into ring toss, they race and they ice skate They have a lot of fun together and learn that not everyone can do the same things in the same way, or the same things period.The text in this book goes hand and hand with the illustrations The illustrations help to tell ain depth story about what is going on within the book I really enjoy books that are written in a beginner graphic novel type style for younger children I strongly believe that books like this have the potential to help keep children interested in reading in the future I look forward to readingbooks in this series soon

  10. Stephanie says:

    BCFL Checkout Warminster.Second read was me I read to make sure it was appropriate.

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