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By Peter Eastman

Fred and Ted--beloved stars of P.D. Eastman's Big puppy . . . Little Dog and son Peter Eastman's Fred and Ted pass Camping—fly off on an island holiday during this simplified model of the newbie e-book Fred and Ted wish to Fly.  ideal for infants (and mom and dad) who love canines, planes, and/or tropical idylls, this captivating advent to opposites can also be an ideal creation to Fred and Ted!

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Com/teachers Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication facts Eastman, Peter. Fred and Ted wish to fly / through Peter Eastman. — 1st ed. p. cm. precis: neighbors Fred and Ted fly their planes to the seashore and revel in spending the day jointly, although they do issues very in a different way all alongside the best way. eISBN: 978-0-375-98448-8 [1. Beaches—Fiction. 2. Airplanes—Fiction. three. Individuality—Fiction. ] I. name. PZ7. E13153Frl 2007 [E]—dc22 2006015444 v3. 1 Contents disguise name web page Copyright First web page Fred and Ted have been acquaintances. Ted used to be small. Fred was once tall. They have been occurring a visit. Fred positioned a brand new half on his eco-friendly plane. Ted checked the oil in his crimson plane. Fred driven his plane onto the runway. Ted pulled his plane onto the runway. Fred stepped into his eco-friendly plane. Ted jumped into his pink aircraft. Fred flew right-side up. Ted flew the wrong way up. Fred observed an exceptional position to land. Ted observed a greater position to land. Ted landed down at the sand. Sand! Sand! all over! Fred landed up on a tree! They sat at the seashore. Ted used to be within the colour. Fred used to be within the solar. They went browsing. Ted used an extended board. Fred used a quick board. after they reached the shore, Ted fell down. Fred stayed up. They made sand castles. Fred made a small one. Ted made a giant one. They went for a stroll. Fred stumbled on a eco-friendly shell. Ted discovered a crimson shell. Fred heard the sea in his shell. Ted heard a crab in his shell! They performed volleyball. Ted hit the ball. Fred neglected the ball. They swam below water. Fred observed a eco-friendly fish. Ted observed a crimson fish. after which a bit fowl dove into the water! CHEEP! CHEEP! it chirped. The tide was once coming in. Water! Water! all over the place! Ted ran to his aircraft at the sand. Fred ran to his plane at the tree. They flew up excessive, over the water. It used to be time to fly domestic.

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