Billy The Goat Bakes

  • Title: Billy The Goat Bakes
  • Author: Dustin Ross
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Billy The Goat Bakes What kid wouldn t want to go to a bakery to find out how everything is made and to sample the goodies Loads of fun to be had and lessons to be learned Seriously beautiful illustrations and really grea
    What kid wouldn t want to go to a bakery to find out how everything is made and to sample the goodies Loads of fun to be had and lessons to be learned Seriously beautiful illustrations and really great story for children of all ages In this adventure, Billy the Goat gets to hang out with Zebra the baker for the whole day and, yes, he has to get up brWhat kid wouldn t want to go to a bakery to find out how everything is made and to sample the goodies Loads of fun to be had and lessons to be learned Seriously beautiful illustrations and really great story for children of all ages In this adventure, Billy the Goat gets to hang out with Zebra the baker for the whole day and, yes, he has to get up bright and early By the end of a full day of baking, Billy ends up learning some important lessons about following instructions and asking questions when you don t understand something.

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      Published :2019-09-07T06:04:01+00:00

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    1. Billy The Goat Bakes by Dustin RossBilly the Goat is at it again. This time Zebra takes him to a bakery where he learns that asking questions if you are unsure is fine. It is in fact better than not asking questions and messing up in the process. A fun fast read for children with enough colorful pictures to entrance every read a long reader of ages between 6 - 8. Also appropriate for younger children and their parents. WaAr

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    2. In Billy the Goat Bakes, he goes to his friend Zebra's bakery very early (bakers start early) and learns from Zebra how to bake and follow instructions. When left alone he forgets an ingredient and the bread fails and Zebra helps him to understand it is good to ask for help when learning a new skill. This is an empowering lesson for young children that might be shy or afraid to ask for help. Reading about a character that the children like doing things that are difficult for them, gives them con [...]

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    3. "Billy Learns How to Bake Bread"I just love the adventures of Billy the Goat. Wherever he goes, he has good lessons to learn as long as he listens to instructions and stays out of trouble. In this story, Billy is thrilled when his parents' friend, Zebra, the Baker, invites him to visit the bakery. But he'll have to get up real early because that's when the bread is baked for customers to enjoy freshly made bread. His father drops him off very early and reminds him, "Listen well and stay out of [...]

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    4. Grownup activities in general and the world where adults work and what they do there often interest human kids. Why wouldn't adult ventures interest critter kids, as well? Dustin Ross's simple, straightforward story with fun animal pictures chronicles young goat kid Billy's day working in the Bakery with his parents' friend Zebra. Billy learns a lot about complexities of baking or any business; he also discovers if you don't remember instructions, if you're confused, or if the grownup or teacher [...]

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    5. Billy wants to see what a baker does so he spends the day at the bakery. Billy wakes up early and goes to the bakery. Billy's first job is to help mix the ingredients for Zebra's special bread. He is told he must follow the instructions. Billy begins to mix the ingredients and can't remember the recipe and he doesn't ask for help. The bread was ruined. Billy learned it was okay to ask questions when he didn't know or understand something.

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    6. I want some of those yummy looking donuts."Billy the Goat Bakes" has wonderful, cute, colorful illustrations. It also has a fun story for children ages 2 - 6 years old (would be my guess) about Billy the Goat's day helping Zebra the baker.The story has many helpful messages in it about manners, following instructions, listening when you are supposed to, and asking for help when needed.This is a charming story book with great pictures.

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    7. Billy the Goat learns from the baker and learns it is good to help. The children listen and loved this story when I read it to them.

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