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by Mary Stolz,Garth Williams

Emmett's Pig (I Can Read: Level 2) download ebook
ISBN:
1424215412
ISBN13:
978-1424215416
Author:
Mary Stolz,Garth Williams
Publisher:
Fitzgerald Books (January 1, 2007)
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Rating:
4.9

Mary Stolz published her first book for young people in 1950 with Ursula Nordstrom and never looked back.

Mary Stolz published her first book for young people in 1950 with Ursula Nordstrom and never looked back. Ms. Stolz lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Age Range: 4 - 8 years. Grade Level: Preschool - 3. Series: I Can Read Level 2. Hardcover: 72 pages

This Level Two I Can Read book is geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.

This Level Two I Can Read book is geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.

Emmett's Pig by Mary Stolz art: Garth Williams I can read book ex-lib HC 1959. Children's, Fiction, Readers - Beginning.

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Are you sure you want to remove Emmett's Pig (I Can Read Book 2) from your list? Emmett's Pig (I Can Read Book 2). by Mary Stolz. Published June 13, 2006 by HarperTrophy.

I Can Read! is a line of beginning reading books published by HarperCollins. Level 2 - For children who can read confidently, but still benefit from help. Emmett's Pig by Mary Stolz, pictures by Garth Williams

I Can Read! is a line of beginning reading books published by HarperCollins. The series is rated by level and widely used to teach children to read English. The first book in the series was Else Holmelund Minarik's Little Bear, published in 1957 (see below), and subsequent notable titles have included Amelia Bedelia and Frog and Toad. Level 3 - Enjoyable titles for children to read unassisted. Level 4 - Advanced titles to develop the readers' affinity with books. Emmett's Pig by Mary Stolz, pictures by Garth Williams. Harry and the Lady Next Door by Gene Zion, pictures by Margaret Bloy Graham.

Emmett wants a pig very badly, but he lives in a city apartment. I see that the book is out of print now but it was re-published back in 2006 as a paperback I Can Read Book and "Garth Williams's original illustrations appear now in full color with help from renowned artist Rosemary Wells. So the lovely 2 tone peachy-pink and green colours of the original are gone and I'd be interested to know if Dad's mouth is empty! Worth adding the original to your collection.

Emmett's Pig. Mary Stolz's classic story about a boy who dreams of his very own pet pig now features Garth Williams's original illustrations in full color. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780060597146. Release Date: June 2006.

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Reviews:
  • Vizuru
One of my all time favorite books as a child. I am so glad I found it!!!
Now I can share with the new generation in my family!!!
  • Gholbirius
was a favorite book of mine as a kid and now I can read it to my grandson. we love pigs :)
  • Ydely
Excellent condition
  • Shou
I had this book as a kid and for some reason it always intrigued me. Thinking of a pig actually possibly living in one's room.
I agree that it a sweet story and the illuatrations in this reprint are lovely.
I've enjoyed sharing this book with my own little ones.
  • Jode
This is a charming book that used to be one of my very favorites as a small child. For some reason I was obsessed with piglets and Emmett, the main character of the story, shares that passion. He daydreams about pigs all day and decorates his room with pig paraphernalia. For his birthday one year, his parents take him to a farm in the country where they announce that they have bought him a pet pig. The pig will live on the farm and Emmett can come and visit him when he likes. Emmett imagines the future when he will become a pig farmer and the assorted things he will do with "King Emmett," which he has named his pet. Garth Williams does absolutely enchanting illustrations as we know from Charlotte's Web, the Little House books, etc. Great little story.