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Teeny Tiny Ghost Board book – July 30 by Rachel Matson (Author), Joey Chou (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 40 ratings 2 days ago Title: Teeny Tiny Ghost Format: Board Book Product dimensions: 16 pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: 16 pages, X X in Published: 30 juillet Publisher: SCHOLASTIC INC Language: English This board book twists the traditional "Teeny Tiny" tale into a less-scary Halloween treat. This version uses a singsong-y rhythm and cadence to tell the story. "In the teeny tiny barn / Of a teeny tiny house / Lived a teeny tiny ghost / and a teeny tiny mouse." Of course the ghost (being teeny tiny Be prepared to fall in love with the tenacious TEENY TINY GHOST in this sweet book, perfect for Halloween. The teeny tiny ghost lives in a teeny tiny barn with a teeny tiny mouse. Her voice may be small, but with some work, she produces a teeny tiny boo, which startles the teeny tiny mouse and causes them to both start ://
/ Just a teeny tiny ghost / And her best friend, mouse.” Pumpkins decorate the cover and final spread and illustrations throughout are in autumnal hues. The fairly high-for-the-format word count—19 to 21 words per page—may be more than toddlers will sit still for, but the “teeny tiny” repetition and rhymes will :// Retells the tale of the teeny-tiny woman who finds a teeny-tiny bone in a churchyard and puts it away in her cupboard before she goes to sleep. About the Author Paul Galdone was born in Budapest, Hungary in and emigrated to the United States in Best Selling Halloween Book of ! Follow the adventures of the Super Tiny Ghost who wanted to be the scariest of all ghosts! After he tries to be spooky, he realizes that he doesn't like it at all, and wants to make children smile instead! A sweet and funny Halloween story for children! More books from The Super Tiny Ghost series: › Books › Children's Books › Science Fiction & Fantasy. This cause and effect freebie was created to use with book The Teeny Tiny Ghost by Kay Winters. After reading the story students will draw lines connecting the cause with the effect. To extend the activity have students write a cause and effect sentence with one of their connections using the ://:teeny tiny ghost.
The Teeny Tiny Ghost and the Monster Kay Winters, Author, Lynn M. Munsinger, Illustrator HarperCollins Publishers $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author The Teeny Tiny Ghost attends a teeny tiny school where he is meant to learn how to be scary. He only succeeds in scaring himself, until his classmates come to scare him and he must be scary himself (with many loud howls and yowls) in order to protect his teeny tiny :// This cause and effect freebie was created to use with book The Teeny Tiny Ghost by Kay Winters. After reading the story students will draw lines connecting the cause with the effect. To extend the activity have students write a cause and effect sentence with one of their connections using the ://:the teeny tiny ghost. The Super Tiny GhostWritten by: Marilee Joy MayfieldIllustrated by: Catty FloresISBN: Pages: 44 pages Summary: The best-selling Halloween kids book is here! Follow the adventures of the Super Tiny Ghost who wanted to be the scariest of all ghosts!