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By A Thread (Orca Echoes) by Ned Dickens
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By A Thread (Orca Echoes)

by Ned Dickens

Other authors: Graham Ross (Illustrator)

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Beo is a little girl with a messy room full of all her friends (ie. toys and stuffed animals). Beo is busy pretending with them, when hr mother comes in, looks around, and asks, "Where's the floor?". Suddenly, Beo and all her toys are falling and hanging on over the abyss, when Bard, the teddy bear lands in the underwear drawer, from which he can save everyone (just in time for lunch)! The book is written as a wonderful narrative story, which also happens to rhyme throughout. The rhythm and rhyming makes for a fun read (not to mention the fun of the plot itself), and the fonts and text change (different colors, sizes, and styles for different characters, moments, etc), making it great to read aloud or together. The illustrations are also great, and blend wonderfully with the text.
  lesley. | Jul 13, 2010 |
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The toy box has erupted and the toys are perched high, dangling low, hanging by a thread. Can Bard the old bear be able to help his friends?

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