The solar is BRIGHT and the grass is GREEN. It is an excellent day for … FIELD DAY!
LAST YEAR, PETE’S TEAM CAME IN THIRD PLACE.
HE WANTS TO WIN FIRST PLACE THIS YEAR!
Pete wears his crimson tee, his crimson headband, and naturally, his good-luck crimson footwear.
The groups line up for the primary competitors, the baton move relay race. On the opposite crew are Alligator, Marty the monkey, Squirrel and Turtle.
OH, NO! Squirrel is quicker than anybody and arms the baton to Turtle, who crosses the end line first! Pete is aware of that they need to strive more durable, and within the water balloon toss, Pete and Callie win for his or her crew.
The groups are tied, and Pete is aware of that he nonetheless has an opportunity to earn a medal. However can Pete and his crew win the following three occasions?
Pete’s crew is fired up! They win the rope pull, and Pete aces the impediment course. Pete is aware of he’ll get a medal if he can simply win the egg-carry race.
Will Pete’s hand keep regular…
Or will his nerves (and the egg) crack? OOPS!
It is a tie for the 2 groups, and Pete has to simply accept his medallion with a little bit of (metaphorical) egg on his face, in Kimberly and James Dean’s
Pete the Cat: Rocking Field Day (I Can Read Level 1) (Harper I-Can-Learn Books.
Everyone seems to be the winner when children turn out to be keen readers, and as Pete at all times says, “It is all good!” And everyone’s a winner when the category has an excellent day exterior and when children can learn in regards to the video games all by themselves on this profitable I-Can-Learn simple reader e book.
Labels: (Grades Preschool-3), Beginning Readers, Field Day–Fiction, Friends–Fiction, School Stories