The Missing Donut – BIG Words in Some Small Stories!

Meet Chris and Crat.

A boy and his cat.

Meet the Sprinkle Fairy. She has a word factory in Sicily (that’s where all the best words come from).

39265730_10214087579396838_690823765617016832_nShe employs the Sprinklers. These helpers warn us when a BIG word is about to show up in the story.

Together this team is out to make learning new words (BIG words) fun.

Who “purloined” Chris’s jelly donut?

Why did Crat become “discombobulated?”

Who “bamboozled” the boys?

Find out in “The Missing Donut” by Judith Henderson, where small stories will teach your children some BIG words!

WARNING!

Don’t upset the Sprinkle Fairy, or she could turn you into a hotdog – just ask Crat!

This book is delightfully engaging with each of the five short stories revealing a new BIG 39300648_10214087579556842_8682975287417241600_nword for your kids to learn. At the end of the book, the Sprinkle Fairy puts on “A Small Play on Big Words” using all the new vocabulary.

The illustrations by T.L. McBeth are simple, yet expressive, making each story even more fun.

Know what else is fun? These facts on Vocabulary.

Did you know?

  • Vocabulary is all the words a person knows.
  • A five-year-old knows about 5,000 or 6,000 words!
  • Most adults know around 20,000 words.
  • The most used words are the short ones.
  • Some dictionaries can contain around 500,000 words!

Do you want your own copy of The Missing Donut? Click here.

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9 comments

  1. My daughter loves books and started reading on her own just a few months ago. This new book would be a perfect surprise for her and a great motivation to read more each day.

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