This is handy for the gifted, talented, creative and is also a reading resource with vocabulary at a level which most primary students in the third grade up should find just right. It’s also handy for your reading circle or reading center. I wrote it because there’s not much in the science fiction genre in elementary schools, and yet it’s a great, fun bridge from fairy and folk tales; and besides it's cute and motivates kids to want to read.
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