The Great Bunk Bed Battle (Fox Tails #1) (Signed Copy)

$4.99
SKU: 9781338561678a
About This Copy
Condition: 
New
Dust Jacket Condition: 
New
Signed Copy?: 
Yes
Inscribed?: 
No
Ex-Library?: 
No
Price: $4.99
Primary Author: 
Kügler, Tina
Other Authors: 
Kügler, Tina; Kügler, Tina
Binding Type: 
Paperback
Publisher: 
Scholastic Inc.
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Publication Date: 
09/01/2020
Book Description: 
Siblings Fritz and Franny have all sorts of bedtime adventures in this early reader from Geisel Honor winner Tina Kügler!

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This series is part of Scholastic's early reader line, Acorn, aimed at children who are learning to read. With easy-to-read text, a short-story format, plenty of humor, and full-color artwork on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and fluency. Acorn books plant a love of reading and help readers grow!

It's time for bed! Fox siblings Fritz and Franny -- and their adorable dog, Fred -- get up to different bedtime shenanigans across three short stories in this full-color early reader. An imaginative bedtime routine leads the trio through a castle, a volcano, and even the center of the Earth as they debate whose bunk is best. But at the end of it all, these foxes find a way to meet in the middle.
ISBN: 
9781338561678

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