Miss Bindergarten Takes a Field Trip with Kindergarten

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Dutton Children's Books, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Not only is Miss Bindergarten back, and well rested from having stayed home (in her previous book), she's stepping out with her kindergartners and two parent chaperones. They're visiting some fascinating sites in the neighborhood: the bakery, where the students see mouthwatering treats in the making; the fire station, where shiny, exciting equipment inspires everyone; the post office, where mail slots and post-office boxes amaze the students; and last, but certainly not least, the library-the place that offers the most possibilities of all! And then it's off to a class picnic to celebrate a morning well spent. With the brisk, clever rhymes and buoyant, humorous illustrations that have made the previous Miss Bindergarten books so in demand, this inventive, entertaining field trip will freshen the eyes of kindergartners everywhere to their own neighborhoods.

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Review: Miss Bindergarten Takes a Field Trip with Kindergarten (Miss Bindergarten)

User Review  - Katy Houseman - Goodreads

Great book for kindergarten (or prek and 1st grade)who may be going on a field trip soon. This book is great for learning: the letters of the alphabet, names, colors, and shapes. Read full review

Review: Miss Bindergarten Takes a Field Trip with Kindergarten (Miss Bindergarten)

User Review  - Katie Jackson - Goodreads

This book discusses different places in the community and what can be found in the each place. For example, the class goes to the post office. The post office has stamps and little mailboxes. This ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

Joseph Slate lives in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Ashley Wolff lives in San Francisco, California.

Ashley Wolff is the author/illustrator of more than sixty books for children, including "Block City" by Robert Louis Stevenson, "Baby Beluga" by Raffi, the modern-classic Miss Bindergarten series by Joseph Slate, and her own "Stella and Roy", "Stella and Roy Go Camping", "Baby Bear Sees Blue", and "Baby Bear Counts One". She lives in San Francisco with her husband and their border collie, Lucy. Visit her at AshleyWolff.com.

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