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Level 4: 5-Day Reader Collection R4

Level 4: 5-Day Reader Collection

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Four stories for the capable reader. Betsy goes to school for the first time; a different Betsy, with her best friend Tacy, meet some newcomers to the community. When beloved dog Ginger Pye is dog-napped, he must find his way home again. And when the king dies, he makes his arrogant son promise to only marry his equal. Except the prince can’t find anyone to be his equal, and when he finally finds a woman he would be willing to marry, he realizes he is not equal to her. Superb.

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Ginger Pye (4R01)

Ginger Pye by Eleanor Estes is a delightful book about an exceptionally intelligent dog and his devoted human owners.


Betsy and Tacy Go Over the Big Hill (4R41)

Set in early 20th Century Minnesota, and written in the early '40s, this is a story about three girls who discover that "different culture" doesn't mean stupid or evil. At the same time, they also come to appreciate their unique American heritage all the more.


The King's Equal (4R46)

An arrogant young king sets out to find a queen as beautiful, intelligent and wealthy as he is. Will he mature along the way? Simply told and gripping.


B is for Betsy (4R61)

A six-year-old goes to school and experiences the kinds of things a city girl in 1910s America would enjoy. Delightful period piece.

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