Life of Fred
The Eden Series for the Beginning Reader
✯ Small words and short sentences.
✯ Lots of fun reading.
✯ More than just fun reading. This series teaches lots of things.
✯ A new color for each of the Eden Series books. Your child will learn 18 colors.
✯ Full color text. Sewn binding—not adhesive. Will last for generations.
✯ Super cheap.
Most 16-page kids’ books cost at least $15.
These Eden Series books are 32-page books. $6. (← not a misprint!)
Set 1 (the first six books) Books are sold as a set.
Eden #1—Life of Fred: Blue
Meeting Fred and his doll. Deciding where to vacation.
Eden #2—Life of Fred: Bus
Reading clocks and the number 2.
Eden #3—Life of Fred: Lake
Dealing with wild life.
Eden #4—Life of Fred: Potato Dreams
Learning to talk about your dreams and making french fries.
Eden #5—Life of Fred: Ducks
Three emotions: sad, happy, and afraid. Squares.
Eden #6—Life of Fred: Rain
Ducks lay eggs. Activities you can do when it’s raining.
Eden #7—Life of Fred: Mud
One dog plus one dogs equals two dogs. Making a mud hat.
Eden #8—Life of Fred: Night
Reading a clock. Days of the week. How to make a play house.
Eden #9—Life of Fred: Dawn
Purple, magenta, and violet. You need a plan before you build a house.
Eden #10—Life of Fred: House
Preparing the land. Putting in a door. Why you need a roof.
Eden #11—Life of Fred: Windows
Why you need windows. Buying and installing windows.
Eden #12—Life of Fred: Kitchen
Selecting a stove and a refrigerator. When to use a hammer.
Eden #13—Life of Fred: Electricity
Refrigerators need to be plugged in. Calling Janice Electrical. Janice installs five outlets and a switch.
Eden #14—Life of Fred: Dinner
How to make spaghetti. Using a compass: N, E, S, W. One dime is ten cents.
Eden #15—Life of Fred: Evening
Sharing spaghetti with a duck. 6 + 1 = 7 Washing dishes by hand. Becoming an oil painter.
Eden #16—Life of Fred: Garden
Ducks don't have teeth. Planting a garden that the ducks won't eat. Seven kinds of fruit trees. How to plant a tree.
Eden #17—Life of Fred: Peach
It takes several years until you get fruit. Giving a gift makes the giver happy. Making peach butter, peach leather, peach salad, and peach pizza. Not taking things that aren't yours.
Eden #18—Life of Fred: Going Home
How to pack. What KITTENS University looks like. Reading a map. Ten rows and ten columns of dots. Why oil painters can paint things that photographers can't photograph.
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