Counting Sheep #2020

Counting Sheep By Jacqueline Kelly Teagan White Jennifer L. Meyer Counting Sheep Callie Vee and Travis help animals big and small in this illustrated chapter book series for younger readers In this second book in the Calpurnia Tate Girl Vet series Callie takes a hands on approac

  • Title: Counting Sheep
  • Author: Jacqueline Kelly Teagan White Jennifer L. Meyer
  • ISBN: 9781627798709
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Counting Sheep By Jacqueline Kelly Teagan White Jennifer L. Meyer Callie Vee and Travis help animals big and small in this illustrated chapter book series for younger readers.In this second book in the Calpurnia Tate, Girl Vet series, Callie takes a hands on approach to animal doctoring When Callie and Granddaddy go exploring by the river, Callie discovers a leaf covered with spots Those spots, it turns out, are eggs, and those eggs beCallie Vee and Travis help animals big and small in this illustrated chapter book series for younger readers.In this second book in the Calpurnia Tate, Girl Vet series, Callie takes a hands on approach to animal doctoring When Callie and Granddaddy go exploring by the river, Callie discovers a leaf covered with spots Those spots, it turns out, are eggs, and those eggs become butterflies One of her newly hatched butterflies has a problem, though its wing is broken Can Callie find a way to help this butterfly fly Mother s prize sheep, Snow White, is pregnant and about to give birth With Dr Pritzker off helping a colicky horse, it falls to Callie to deliver the lamb Will Callie be able to take the situation in hand
    Counting Sheep By Jacqueline Kelly Teagan White Jennifer L. Meyer

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    1. Jacqueline Kelly Teagan White Jennifer L. Meyer

      Jacqueline Kelly was born in New Zealand and moved with her parents to western Canada at an early age She grew up in the dense rain forests of Vancouver Island, so you can imagine her shock some years later when her family moved to the desert of El Paso, Texas She attended university in El Paso and medical school in Galveston lovingly known as Galvatraz among the inmates She practiced medicine for many years and then attended the University of Texas School of Law She practiced law for several years before realizing that what would really make her happy is to write fiction Her first published short story appeared in 2001 in the Mississippi Review one of her proudest accomplishments Her debut novel, The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate, was released by Henry Holt on May 12, 2009 another one of her proudest accomplishments cmillan author jacque

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    1. In the second title in this series for young readers, Calpurnia Tate, who wants to be a vet when she grows up, learns about the cycle of life by studying eggs that turn into caterpillars that become pupas and then butterflies When she realizes that the cramped jar where the butterflies are kept may have caused one butterfly to have a damaged wing, she uses part of a toothpick as a splint for a butterfly s broken wing Later, when her mother s sheep, Snow White, has a breach birth, Callie comes to [...]


    2. First sentence What I m going to tell you about took place on our farm in Fentress, Texas, in the early spring of 1901 Premise plot Calpurnia Tate is one of seven children growing up in rural Texas at the turn of the century She has five brothers too many in her opinion I think she makes an exception for her younger brother, Travis But Callie has opinions than brothers Strong opinions Opinions that clash with her mother s ideal often But the same traits and qualities that make her at odds with [...]


    3. The second title in the Girl Vet series by Calpurnia Tate finds young Callie with even greater challenges Fortunately all of her time spent with the town s animal doctor Pritzer and her grandfather pay off, as she fixes a butterfly wing with her grandfather s help, and strives to save an unborn lamb when the animal doctor is unavailable There are so many scientific facts slipped into this story, sometimes through illustrations Callie s makes in her clearly labeled Scientific Notebook, explaining [...]


    4. Kelly, Jacqueline Counting Sheep, 104 pgs Henry Holt and Company Godwin , 2017 15.99 Language G 0 swears 0 f Mature Content G Violence G.It s spring in 1904 Texas and Calpurnia Tate is busy keeping her little brother Travis out of trouble he wants to keep every animal he catches But on an afternoon walk with her grandfather, she discovers what are probably butterfly eggs on a leaf, and collects them to study When one of the butterflies has an injured wing, Calpurnia and her grandfather figure ou [...]


    5. I enjoyed this story very much The Girl Vet series seems well suited to readers about 3rd grade The books are relatively short so they are manageable for early readers Although some editorial advertising suggests this is is the 4th book in a series that began with The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate and The Curious World of Calpurnia Tate, those books are much complex suited to say 5th graders than the Girl Vet books so I rather think of the Girl Vet series as a separate series.In Counting Sheep, [...]


    6. It s spring in 1904 Texas and Calpurnia Tate is busy keeping her little brother Travis out of trouble he wants to keep every animal he catches But on an afternoon walk with her grandfather, she discovers what are probably butterfly eggs on a leaf, and collects them to study When one of the butterflies has an injured wing, Calpurnia and her grandfather figure out what to do The 2nd in a new series Calpurnia Tate, Girl Vet this heartwarming easy reader is a sweet story A little bit of action when [...]


    7. This beginning chapter book with its beautiful black and white illustrations is a great starting point for second graders and up to explore a different time period the early 20th century as well as the art of being a veterinarian, a very popular occupation at this age The main character, Calpurnia Tate, is a fabulous leading lady who isn t ladylike at all, although she has to wear dresses and is expected to follow the social norms of the times The amount of science and animal husbandry present m [...]


    8. If you enjoyed earlier stories of Callie, you ll enjoy this, but it is formatted like a beginning chapter book That said, I don t think this will fit well with beginning chapter books It is short, but the reading level is well beyond beginning chapter book readers I think this book would be a good fit for a younger reader who reads at a higher level but does not have the stamina for full novels I received a free review copy of this book from the publisher through my district library services


    9. My 8 year old and I loved this second installment in the Calpurnia Tate Girl Vet series It was like James Herriot for very early readers If anyone actually pays attention to the date started note here took us several months only because a toddler sibling stole and lost our copy, not for any lack of engagement


    10. Great historical fiction for the 2nd to 4th grade set Calpurnia is a curious girl in a time that it wasn t ladylike to be scientific Her sneaky learning pays off when her mother s prize sheep gives birth and needs some assistance I was surprised and pleased that the author went into such depth about the manner of the birth Science for the win


    11. Great story for young readers I really enjoyed this interesting book s a wonderful book for girls As a grandmother, I especially loved reading about the relationship between Callie and her Granddaddy The book also has beautiful illustrations.I received this complimentary book through and I m so glad I did


    12. I found this in the new books and scooped it up, not realizing that it s the second book in the illustrated early chapter book series I lov Calpurnia, and am excited for even younger readers to get to know her.


    13. I m a huge fan of the Calpurnia Tate books, but for the sake of our younger readers I m so pleased that this companion series exists Fantastic for early readers who love animals, history and science.


    14. I just love the voice of this narrative and I can t leave the wonderful Calpurnia Tate books alone Great transitional fiction.


    15. Glad Calpurnia is being introduced to younger readers in these easy to read volumes but I miss the depth and insight presented in the first two books.




    16. Another sweet tale about Calpurnia Tate It s like reading one chapter one the chapter books Hopefully there is coming Jacqueline Kelly




    17. This was okay My little sister enjoyed it then I did but maybe I ll reread it again in a few months after I get through the giant stack that s in the corner of my room.





    18. I received this book from a giveaway The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate and The Curious World of Calpurnia Tate are some of my favorite books of all time I am constantly craving for some time with one of my favorite characters This book completely satisfied that longing Originally, I thought this series was just a childrens picture book without a substantial storyline However, it is an early reader story with a plot and minimal pictures The story reunites us with Calpurnia, her Grandfather, Travis [...]


    19. I won this book as a Good Reads First Read I enjoyed the story very much and look forward to sharing it with children in the neighborhood.


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