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BackPack Level 1 Little Books
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It’s your turn.
What’s this?
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What’s this?
Is it a book?
by Diane Pinkley
Guess Again
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No.
Guess again.
Is it
a pencil case?
Yes, it is!
You win a balloon!
Wow!
A balloon!
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I don’t have any
brothers, but I have two
sisters. Let’s play!
How many brothers
do you have, Ricky?
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Hi, I’m José.
What’s your name?
Hello. I’m Ricky.
by Yoko Mia Hirano
Let’s Play
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2
Let’s play soccer!
OK, but
we need teams.
How many brothers
do you have?
I have two brothers.
Here they come!
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Hooray! The
carrot is out!
It’s big!
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Look at
the carrot!
Let’s pull
it out!
by Ana Cruz
The Carrot
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OK.
Let’s pull it out!
Use your arms.
Use your arms
and legs!
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Look at him.
Who is he?
In the mirror, a boy
is laughing at me.
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I like to see what
people wear.
I’m going to
the summer fair.
by Mairead Stack
The Fun House!
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2
I see a shirt. It’s
big. I see shoes.
They’re small.
In the mirror, the
boy looks tall!
I’m walking in the
big Fun House.
I see a girl in a funny
yellow blouse.
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I’m cooking your
favorite food.
Are you hungry?
Yes! The cat is
eating. I want
to eat, too!
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Where are you?
Where are you
hiding?
by Philip Thomas
I’m in the
living room.
H me with M m
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2
What are
you doing?
I’m drawing
and coloring.
What are
you drawing?
I’m drawing a
house. There are
three bedrooms.
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Me, too?
What are
you doing?
No. Not you!
Please stay.
I’m chasing
everybody out of
my house!
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What are those
ants doing in your
house?
They’re crawling.
They’re crawling all
over the rug!
by Yoko Mia Hirano
Out of My House!
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2
What are those
cats doing?
They’re running.
They’re running after
the ants.
What is that
bird doing?
It’s flying. It’s flying
all over the room.
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4
He does not need pizza, cake, or
ice cream!
Rabbit Joe has carrot soup and lettuce pie.
Many rabbits come to the party.
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Rabbit Sue says he needs pizza, cake,
and ice cream.
Rabbit Joe is planning a party.
by Yoko Mia Hirano
R bbit Joe
H s P rty
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Rabbit Joe has carrots and lettuce.
He does not have pizza, cake, or
ice cream.
Rabbit Joe has a garden.
He does not have pizza, cake,
or ice cream.
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I say, “Oh, I see.
Maria likes my teddy bear.
I think that I’ll just leave him there.”
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He says, “We’ll look for it.
Don’t be sad.”
I say, “I want my teddy bear.
Where is it, Dad?”
by Yoko Mia Hirano
Where Is It?
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2
I look on my desk, and I look under my bed.
I say, “I want my teddy bear. It is red.”
Mom says, “I know where it is.
Come with me.”
I say, “I want my teddy bear.
Where can it be?”
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He’s having fun!
And he’s reading, too.
Tony is catching at the playground.
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Tina says, “You can read at
the playground.”
Tony says, “I’m reading.”
Tina says, “Tony, let’s go to
the playground.”
by Penny Young
Tony Is Reading
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And he’s reading, too.
Tony is swinging at the playground.
And he’s reading, too.
Tony is sliding at the playground.
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