Published June 1989
by Marshall Cavendish Corp .
Written in English
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"A boy tackles his under-the-bed nighttime monster and his insecurities with curiosity, kindness, and a bit of wisdom In the first of a new series, this [book] incorporates themes of friendship, bullying, and school angst, offers satisfying conclusions, and gives readers good reason to empathize with Leo and his alter ego, : Tundra. Let’s Read: Under-the-Bed Fred April 1, April 1, Roxanne Miss Megan invites kids 6 years and older to read the chapter book Under-the-Bed Fred by Linda Bailey & Colin Jack. Share your comments, including what you’d like to see, on our Children’s Department Facebook page. As their friendship grows, Leo names his monster Fred. When a mean boy comes to visit and is busy destroying Leo’s stuff, Fred takes care of the problem. The monster under the bed is such a familiar trope that it is hard to believe there is room for another such book, but author Linda Bailey has come up with a really fresh take. About Fred Blog Contact Us Store Welcome to the Official Under the Bed Fred Website! Bringing fred to life! '> Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Get Started. Home About Us About Fred Blog Contact Us.
For this early-readers series debut, award-winning children’s author Linda Bailey and Vancouver-born illustrator Colin Jack have whipped up five engaging, funny, and non-intimidating short chapters. But Under-the-Bed Fred also plays younger: my four-year-old giggled at the title before we even started reading. Jack’s illustrations, with their retro ’50s look, are a blast — which . In , Sylvia Plath — celebrated poet, little-known artist, lover of the world, repressed “addict of experience”, steamy romancer — penned a lovely children’s story about the perils of it turns out it wasn’t her only: In , Faber published The Bed Book (public library) — a series of fanciful poems about different kinds of beds, written for . A set of resources based on the book 'Fred Under the Bed'; lots of invitation writing and developing speech and punctuation. About Under-the-Bed Fred From the team who brought you If You Happen to Have a Dinosaur comes a laugh-out-loud early chapter book about befriending the monster under the bed. There’s a monster under Leo’s bed making a ruckus every night.
A boy tackles his under-the-bed nighttime monster and his insecurities with curiosity, kindness, and a bit of wisdom. Alone in his bed at night, Leo, a white boy, confronts his fear head-on and directly addresses the monster that lurks beneath. The two begin to talk, and, much to the monster’s pleasure, Leo kindly gives him the name Fred. Your title is the Wonder Book # , Three Mice and a Cat. Sally-Skip-Under-the-Bed is the name of one of the three mice. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Under-the-Bed Fred at (14). In this entertaining series opener from the team behind Toads on Toast and If You Happen to Have a Dinosaur, the monster under Leo’s bed turns out .