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The Lighthouse Children (An I Can Read Book) ePub download

by Syd Hoff

  • Author: Syd Hoff
  • ISBN: 0606095551
  • ISBN13: 978-0606095556
  • ePub: 1780 kb | FB2: 1690 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Demco Media; Turtleback School & Library ed. edition (May 1, 1996)
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 955
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The Lighthouse Children (An I Can Read Book) ePub download

Born and raised in New York City, he studied at the National Academy of Design.

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In a reassuring book about moving away from longtime friends, an old couple invents a surprising way to tell . Will their lighthouse children be able to find them? Just right for the beginning reader, this is a Level 1 I Can Read Book that readers will want to return to again and again.

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By (author) Syd Hoff. In a reassuring book about moving away from longtime friends, an old couple invents a surprising way to tell their sea gull companions where they have gone, after a bad storm forces them to give up their lighthouse. By (author) Syd Hoff. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

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When an old lighthouse keeper and his wife leave their seaside home, they find a way for their old friends, the seagulls, to find them
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Sam and Rose live in a lighthouse by the sea. Although the elderly couple has no children, they're incredibly devoted to the 100 sea gulls that fly to the lighthouse each day. They feed the gulls and watch out for them as the birds play in the ocean. Every night the sea gulls fly away, but they faithfully return the next morning to see Sam and Rose.

When a terrible storm completely destroys the lighthouse, Sam and Rose move inland. They enjoy their new home and new neighbors, but miss their beloved sea gulls. Rose devises a plan to lead the gulls to their new home. Ultimately, they are joyously reunited with their "lighthouse children".

It may be puzzling to an older reader why the couple, who have just lost everything, would leave what little they do have left (their "children", as they lovingly refer to the sea gulls). While the art is bright and engaging, the lighthouse looks more like a baby's bottle than a lighthouse beacon. However, the sweet story, colorful art and rhyming names of the sea gulls ("Hank, Frank, Molly, and Dolly!") in this easy reader will be very inviting to young children.
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