The greatest description of a Harbor not told by a human. Picture credited to url: https://www.google.com/search?q=lots+of+sails&espv=2&biw=1366&bih=676&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiy9rDtzO3RAhXHKWMKHf-eACUQ_AUIBigB#imgrc=_
once upon time. there lived apoor family. they had no any thing but ahen which could lay golden eggs. one day aman was going to the market to sell the eggs and shut down the tree. as he was resting he heard avoice saying your poor. and you have ahen that lay golden eggs. it means that inside the hen there are alot of golden particle which could help them from becoming more poor. the man came back from market. and told the wife about the voice he heard. they all agreed to cut the hen. the cutted off the hen the most thing the found that the hen inside looked like other hens. think before act.
Isabella´s Day Out is a 460-word story about a girl, Isabella, who goes out on an adventure with her friends Charlotte and James. They get caught trespassing in a big, old house and escape out the back of the house to avoid being caught. It´s quite a simple story for young children which is written in a simple language.
The story was written primarily for my 3-year old daughter, Isabella, who is just in the early stages of learning to read. The idea of writing this book was to help Isabella practise reading her high frequency words. Although short, the story contains all 100 of the first 100 high frequency words. (see www.highfrequencywords.org) I believe that this makes Isabella´s day out unique and highly saleable.