Ready, Set, Skip!

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Penguin Group (Australia), 2007 - Skipping - 26 pages
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This little girl can leap, creep, twirl, and skate - but she can't skip, no matter how hard she tries. Can a helpful tip from her mum send her skipping on her way? This upbeat, lively read-aloud story from bestselling author Jane O'Connor encourages young readers to turn can't into can.

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User Review  - FrounfelterShelbie - LibraryThing

This little girl is great at everything, except skipping, so after practice and her mom helping her she finally gets it. Shows a little hard work and practice can go a long way. Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

The narrator of this effervescent exercise in rhyme cannot skip. She can leap, creep, twirl, skate and "BURRRRRRRRRRP!"—but itches to add skipping to her repertoire. Her wise mom asks, "Can you hop ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Jane O'Connor is an editor at Penguin's Grosset & Dunlap in the US. She has written over thirty books for children, including The Emperor's Silent ArmyandThe Perfect Puppy for Me. Fancy Nancyrocketed to Number One on theNew York Times Bestseller list. Jane lives in New York City with her husband and two sons.

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