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by R.W. Alley,Kate McMullan

  • Author: R.W. Alley,Kate McMullan
  • ISBN: 0803725744
  • ISBN13: 978-0803725744
  • ePub: 1131 kb | FB2: 1643 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Publisher: Dial (May 24, 2004)
  • Pages: 48
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 440
  • Format: azw mobi docx txt
Pearl and Wagner: Three Secrets ePub download

Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). Kate McMullan is the award-winning author of more than seventy-five books for children. She lives in Sag Harbor, New York.

Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). Only 19 left in stock (more on the way). R. W. Alley has illustrated more than sixty children's books. He lives in Barrington, Rhode Island.

Pearl and Wagner book. Alley (Goodreads Author) (Illustrator)

Pearl and Wagner book. Alley (Goodreads Author) (Illustrator). Pearl and Wagner are back, and they are full of secrets: Wagner tells Pearl an embarrassing secret, Pearl tells Wagner a surprising secret, and Lulu tells Wagner a secret that turns out not to be a secret at all.

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By Kate McMullan Illustrated by . Part of Pearl and Wagner. Category: Children’s Picture Books. On a school field trip and at a birthday party, Pearl and Wagner learn that some secrets can bring friends closer together, while others can cause all sorts of trouble. In the end, no secret will ever come between Pearl and Wagner!

Pearl and Wagner are back, and they are full of secrets: Wagner tells Pearl an embarrassing secret .

Pearl and Wagner are back, and they are full of secrets: Wagner tells Pearl an embarrassing secret, Pearl tells Wagner a surprising secret, and Lulu tells Wagner a secret that turns out not to be a secret at all.

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Pearl and Wagner are back, and they are full of secrets: Wagner tells Pearl an embarrassing secret, Pearl tells Wagner a surprising secret, and Lulu tells Wagner a secret that turns out not to be a secret at all. On a school field trip and at a birthday party, Pearl and Wagner learn that some secrets can bring friends closer together, while others can cause all sorts of trouble. In the end, no secret will ever come between Pearl and Wagner!

Beginning readers will laugh and recognize a little of themselves on every page of this charming, warm, and funny book about friendship.

Garr
My 3.5 year old loves these stories (we obviously read them to her). They are perfect for her, and for mom and dad. Finally, a kids book that doesn't bore us to death! The ratio of words on the page to illustrative pictures is perfect (it takes just as long for us to read a page as it does for her to absorb the illustration), and the stories are really cute too. Pearl and Wagner are great characters, and teach good lessons about friendship, overcoming fears, and communication. We checked this out at the library probably 10 times before we decided it was time to buy our very own copy. Love!
Andriodtargeted
My daughter loves the Pearl and Wagner series a lot. This book is one of her favorites.
This book (and this series in general) is great for both boys and girls. Nice pictures, too.
Blackbrand
An excellent addition to the Dial "Easy-TO-Read" Series, the book consists of three interrelated stories--beginning readers may be proud to have their own "chapter book." Our heroes are Pearl the bunny, and Wagner the mouse, and in their first adventure they goon a field trip to--an ice cream factory! The problem: Lulu (a bunny) tells Wagner a secret; Pearl wants to know what it is, and Wagner feels he can't tell her. As the other animals happily view the giant ice cream machine (there are wonderful pictures throughout the book drawn with pen and ink, watercolor, and "a few colored pencils"), friends Pearl and Wagner aren't having any fun at all. They're so busy negotiating about the secret that they don't have a chance to look around or taste the ice cream. The story concludes with the teacher keeping a secret from her students, a clever twist but perhaps a confusing message for small fry. Some, however, may find it giggly amusing.

In the second story, Lulu invites everyone to her birthday party (that was the secret in the first story) at an amusement park featuring "The Zoomer." Wagner has his own secret: He's a little afraid of roller coasters. In this brief story, Lulu exposes him to roller coaster-esque experiences on the play structure, and builds up his confidence by having him say "I RULE THE ROLLER COASTER." The third story has all the action and excitement of an amusement park birthday party. We see the various animals on bumper cars , spinning tea cups, and then--the "Zoomer." However, it's Pearl who begins to hesitate as she approaches the ride: "Pearl and Wagner looked up at the Zoomer. It was as tall as a skyscraper. It had lots of really big hills. This time she begins to give excuses ("I have to get a drink of water") instead of telling Wagner why she really doesn't want to go. While Wagner's confidence remains high ("'I rule the roller coaster!' said Wagner."), Pearl refuses to ride. Surprisingly, Wagner convinces Pearl to give it a try (I thought Wagner would suggest they go on the easier roller coaster to show what a flexible, supportive friend he is. Author McMullan's choice gives the story suspense and excitement.) When the ride stops, Pearl wants to go again, but Lulu (who had been very pro-Zoomer) "looked a little green."

The story concludes on a happy note, with ice cream and presents, and Pearl and Wagner back on the Zoomer! The book has a soft touch about the complexities set up when one hides the truth, and how secrets can backfire. An imaginative teacher or adult might use the story for discussion about when (or whether) it's ok to tell a secret. Kids may feel proud of reading a book that's 48 pages long (you may wish to keep it a secret that the pages are smaller than many books), and the illustrations add a light, airy touch to the three stories. Note: Dial Publishing rates this as a Level 2 (out of 3) book, appropriate for "reading together," and featuring "short sentences" and simple dialogue. In contrast, Level 3 is for "reading alone," and has "harder words" and longer text."
BORZOTA
This book is a hit with our whole family (kids ages 6 and 4)! The illustrations are engaging and the plot is unique and uplifting. Pearl and Wagner are buddies who are both invited to a party at an amusement park. Wagner is afraid of roller coasters, so Pearl coaches him for the big day. Adorable story!
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