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by Sharon Jennings,Sasha McIntyre,Céleste Gagnon,Robert Penman,Laura Vegys

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ISBN:
1553378016
Author:
Sharon Jennings,Sasha McIntyre,Céleste Gagnon,Robert Penman,Laura Vegys
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kids Can Press (August 1, 2005)
Pages:
32 pages
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The story is adapted by Sharon Jennings into a Level 2 Kids Can Read book.

The story is adapted by Sharon Jennings into a Level 2 Kids Can Read book. He can't play it very well and so he decides to trade it away, not realizing what an important treasure it is. This leads to a series of comic misadventures in which Franklin finds that the flute has been traded all over the place. He tries desparately to get it back after finding out from his father that it's a family treasure. The illustrations look mostly like what you see on TV

He can't play it very well and so he decides to trade it away, not realizing what an important treasure it is.

He can't play it very well and so he decides to trade it away, not realizing what an important treasure it is. He tries desparately to get it back after finding out from his father that it's a family treasure

Franklin and the Duckling (Kids Can Read). Sharon Jennings is an award-winning author of many books for young people, including C'mere, Boy! and Bearcub and Mama, a finalist for the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award. Sharon lives in Toronto.

Franklin and the Duckling (Kids Can Read).

When Franklin trades an old tin flute he found in the basement for a marble, he discovers that the flute was never his to trade. This Level 2 first reader contains longer stories, varied sentences, increased vocabulary, more difficult visual clues and some repetition. Published August 1st 2005 by Kids Can Press (first published 2005). Franklin and the Tin Flute (Kids Can Read). 1553378008 (ISBN13: 9781553378006).

The character Franklin was created by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark. Toronto : Kids Can Press. After Franklin discovers that a tin flute he traded was his grandfather's, he tries desperately to get it back. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Illustrations by Celeste Gagnon, Paulette Bourgeois, Brenda Clark.

Franklin and the Tin Flute. While these books do not necessarily shine above the rest of the learning to read books, they do have their place among them. Illustrated by Céleste Gagnon, Sasha McIntyre, Robert Penman and Laura Vegya. Toronto, ON: Kids Can Press, 2005. ISBN 1-55337-801-6 (pb., ISBN 1-55337-800-8 (c. Liz Greenaway is a former bookseller and publisher who now resides in Edmonton, AB.

Book DescriptionWhen Franklin trades an old tin flute he found in the basement for a marble, he discovers that the flute was never his to trade. См. также: Зарубежная литература для детей.

Items related to Franklin's Pumpkin (Kids Can Read). Sharon Jennings (Adapter), Robert Penman (Adapter), Sasha McIntyre (Adapter), Jelena Sisic (Adapter). Published by Kids Can Press (2004). Franklin's Pumpkin (Kids Can Read). ISBN 13: 9781553374961. ISBN 10: 1553374967 ISBN 13: 9781553374961.

The Tin Flute (original French title Bonheur d'occasion, "secondhand happiness"), Gabrielle Roy’s first novel, is a classic of Canadian fiction.

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When Franklin trades an old tin flute he found in the basement for a marble, he discovers that the flute was never his to trade.This Level 2 first reader contains longer stories, varied sentences, increased vocabulary, more difficult visual clues and some repetition.
  • Xangeo
We have several of these Franklin books from the Kids Can Read series and they are surely favorites around here.
  • Kadar
This release in the Franklin First Readers series is based on the Franklin TV story "Franklin's Family Treasure," written by Patrick Granleese. The story is adapted by Sharon Jennings into a Level 2 Kids Can Read book.

Franklin finds a tin flute while searching through the basement. He can't play it very well and so he decides to trade it away, not realizing what an important treasure it is. This leads to a series of comic misadventures in which Franklin finds that the flute has been traded all over the place. He tries desparately to get it back after finding out from his father that it's a family treasure. The illustrations look mostly like what you see on TV,

This is a simple retelling for young readers and while I still feel that the dialogue isn't entirely natural, the story is preserved well enough that I don't mind. The images look mostly like the TV show, except there are a lot of individual character pictures with no background images.