Stellaluna read by Pamela Reed

Stellaluna is written and illustrated by Janell Cannon and read by Pamela Reed. When Stellaluna is separated from her mother before she is old enough to fly, she finds out that not all winged creatures eat fruit. Swallowing food that crawls is just one of the amazing things this little bat must learn to do.


Hello, my name is Pamela read and welcome to Storyline online brought to you by the Screen Actors Guild Foundation. Today we’re going to read the book, Stella learner by Canon. In a warm and sultry forest far, far away. There once lived a mother fruit bat. Enter new baby. Oh, mother bat, love troops off tiny baby. I mean, you still Illumina. She created each night mother backward, carry Stella doing a clutch to her breast. She flew out to search for third. One night as mother bat follow the heavy center of ripe fruit, an owl spider on silent wings. The powerful birds swooped down upon the bags, dodging and shrieking, bat trying to escape. But the AU struck again and again, knocking Stella. Yeah, maybe wings as useless as wet. Land. Faster and faster into the forest. Dark leafy tangle of branches, cots. Della Luna, as she found one twin, was small enough for stone, the newness. Wrapping your wings about her. She clutched thin branch, trembling with combed and fear. Luna squeak. By daybreak, the baby back could hold on no longer. Down again. She drums. Stella Luna landed headfirst first in a soft, downy nest, startling the three baby birds who left their stellar on a quickly clamored from the nest and hung out of sight. Love it. She listened to the three parts. Was that flap. It’s hang and by its feet, sharp. She has many, many times that day, mama bird flew away, always returning with food for her babies. Stella Luna was terribly hungry, but not, or the crawly things mama bird broke. Finally though the little bad could bear it no longer. She climbed into the nest, closed her eyes and open her mouth. In dropped a big green grasshopper. Stella Luna learn to be like the birds. She stayed awake all day and slept at night. She ate bugs, even though there are bad ways were quickly disappearing. Except for one thing. Stella Luna’s still like to sleep, hanging by. Once when Mama was away, the curious baby birds decided to try it to. My mama bird came home, she saw a tiny feet gripping the edge of the nest. She cried at up here this instant, it’s going to fall, break your next. The birds clamored back into the nest. But momma stops down Laguna. You are teaching my children to do bad things. I will not let you back into this nest unless you promise to obey all the rules of this house style. La Luna promised she ate bugs without making thesis. She stepped in the nest night and she didn’t hang by her fate style alone, I behaved as a good shirt. All the babies grow quickly. Soon the nest became crowded. Mama bird told them it was time to learn to fly one by one, pip flutter flap. And Stella learned from the nest. Weeks. I’m just like them that Stella learner, I can fly. It fled her and flat landing gracefully on a branch. Still a learner tried to do the same. How pairs? I will fly all day. Stellar learned, told yourself, and no one will see how fungi. The next day PIP flatter flap and stellar learner went flying far from home. They flew for hours exercising their new brands. The sun is setting, flutter. We better go home or we will get lost in the dark. Said flap. That’s still a learner, had flown far ahead and was nowhere to be seen. Three anxious birds went home without all alone, stele alone, a flu and flow until her wings eight and she dropped into a tray. I promised not to hang by my feet, still a lunar side. So she hung her thumbs. And soon, obviously, she didn’t hear that sound of we hae a lab where he said, Well, you’re hanging upside down. Still a loon is eyes open wide. She saw a most peculiar face. Upside down. You are still in unison. The urine bag that’s hanging by their faith farms. So that makes you upside down. The creature said, I’m a bad by my faith, makes me right side. Still the Luna was confused. Mom told me I was upside down. She said I was home for a bird, maybe not for our back. More bats gathered around to see the strange young by Stella Luna told them her story. You wait, the box started. One, just slept at night. Gasped another. Very strange. They all murmured. Wait, let me look at We are back, push through the crowd and I will attack to you. She asked sniffing still a Luna’s. She whispered. Who escaped? The right? Stella Luna. Who survived? Yes, serve mother bad. As she wrapped her wings around Stellar learner. Come with me and I’ll show you where to find the most delicious foods. And I have to eat another bug as long as there. But it’s nighttime. Stella learners quick. We can fly in the dark or will crash into trees. Well, you said mother bat, we can see and darkness us. Stella Luna was afraid, but she let go of the tree and dropped into the sky. Della Luna could see she felt as though rays of light Sheng from her eyes. She was able to see everything in her path. Soon the bats found a mango tree and Stella Luna, much of the fruit as she could hold. I’ll never eat another bug. As long as I live. Chards Della Luna as she stuffed yourself full. I must tell PIP, flutter and flap. The next. And Stella learner went to visit the parents, come with me and meet my bad families sense Della Luna. Okay. Let’s go upgrade pip. They hang by their feet and they fly at night and they eat the best food in the world. Stella going to explain to the birds on the way. As the birds flew among the bat flap said, I feel upside down here. So the birds, hmm, bye. Wait until dark. Stellar Luna said excitedly, we will fly at night. When night came, stellar Luna flew away, PIP, flutter and flap, left from the tree to follow her. I can’t say a thing. Yeah, pepper. Yi Hao, flutter. Shriek, flap. Going to crash. Yes, Stella Luna, I must rescue them. Stella Luna swooped about, grabbing her friends in the air. She lifted them to a tree and the birds grasped branch. Fellow, No, not hung from the limb above. You say, hello learner. And she’s side. I wish you could see in the dark. We wish you could land on your feet. Letter replied been flap knowledge, approached in silence for a long time. How can we be so different and fail so much alike, newsletter. And how can we feel so different? And B, so much alike? Wondered PEP. I think this is quite a mystery. Flat chapped. I agree. Set Stella learner. We’re friends. And that’s a fact. I really like this book and I hope, and I hope you enjoy all the things that you have with your friends that are the same. And especially all the things that are different. Happy reading. (As provided by SchoolTube video transcript.)

Standards Alignment

Suggested Grade Level: K-2

The standards listed below are for the K, 1st, and 2nd grades but can easily be modified for other grades.

CCSS.SL.K.1, CCSS.SL.1.1, CCSS.SL.2.1, CCSS.SL.K.2, CCSS.SL.1.2, CCSS.SL.2.2, CCSS.RL.K.5, CCSS.RL.1.5, CCSS.RL.2.5, CCSS.RL.1.1, CCSS.RL.2.1, CCSS.W.K.3, CCSS.W.1.3, CCSS.W.2.3

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