Chapter 13 – Raggedy Ann’s New Sisters – Raggedy Ann Stories

Raggedy Ann Stories contains 13 short stories about the classic rag doll and her friends. Here’s Chapter 13, Raggedy Ann’s New Sisters. We invite you to read and listen to the story, and then discuss it by responding to the questions below, as well as interacting with other students responding to the story by adding constructive comments, questions, and responses.

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Don’t forget to revisit the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post, to review the English vocabulary and American English idioms part of this story, increase your American English vocabulary and idioms, as well as increase your comprehension. Click here for the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post.

Now you can improve your English reading comprehension as well as writing skills by responding to the following questions in the comments section below:

1. How did Raggedy Ann get new sisters?
2. In what ways was Raggedy Ann the same as her sisters? How was she different?
3. Raggedy Ann’s friends were at first afraid that they wouldn’t be able to tell her from the other dolls, but in the end they were happy. Do you think special things should be copied? Why or why not?

Chapter 12 – Raggedy Ann and the Mouse – Raggedy Ann Stories

Raggedy Ann Stories contains 13 short stories about the classic rag doll and her friends. Here’s Chapter 12, Raggedy Ann and the Mouse. We invite you to read and listen to the story, and then discuss it by responding to the questions below, as well as interacting with other students responding to the story by adding constructive comments, questions, and responses.

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Don’t forget to revisit the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post, to review the English vocabulary and American English idioms part of this story, increase your American English vocabulary and idioms, as well as increase your comprehension. Click here for the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post.

Now you can improve your English reading comprehension as well as writing skills by responding to the following questions in the comments section below:

1. Why did the mouse come in the house and how did it behave?
2. What did Raggedy Ann do to save the mouse?
3. Raggedy Ann and Boots did not agree about what to do with the mouse. What can happen when people disagree?

Chapter 11 – Raggedy Ann and the Chickens – Raggedy Ann Stories

Raggedy Ann Stories contains 13 short stories about the classic rag doll and her friends. Here’s Chapter 11, Raggedy Ann and the Chickens. We invite you to read and listen to the story, and then discuss it by responding to the questions below, as well as interacting with other students responding to the story by adding constructive comments, questions, and responses.

Here’s the text for Chapter 11, Raggedy Ann and the Chickens:

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Don’t forget to revisit the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post, to review the English vocabulary and American English idioms part of this story, increase your American English vocabulary and idioms, as well as increase your comprehension. Click here for the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post.

Now you can improve your English reading comprehension as well as writing skills by responding to the following questions in the comments section below:

1. What happened when Raggedy Ann fell into the chicken coop?
2. What was the hens’ secret?
3. Do you think Raggedy Ann was right to tell the hens’ secret? When is it important to keep a secret and when is it important not to keep a secret?

Chapter 10 – Raggedy Ann and the Gift – Raggedy Ann Stories

Raggedy Ann Stories contains 13 short stories about the classic rag doll and her friends. Here’s Chapter 10, Raggedy Ann and the Gift. We invite you to read and listen to the story, and then discuss it by responding to the questions below, as well as interacting with other students responding to the story by adding constructive comments, questions, and responses.

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Don’t forget to revisit the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post, to review the English vocabulary and American English idioms part of this story, increase your American English vocabulary and idioms, as well as increase your comprehension. Click here for the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post.

Now you can improve your English reading comprehension as well as writing skills by responding to the following questions in the comments section below:

1. What did Raggedy Ann and Fido see that night?
2. Who was the baby?
3. What special things do people do when a baby is born?

Chapter 9 – Raggedy Ann and the Cats – Raggedy Ann Stories

Raggedy Ann Stories contains 13 short stories about the classic rag doll and her friends. Here’s Chapter 9, Raggedy Ann and the Cats. We invite you to read and listen to the story, and then discuss it by responding to the questions below, as well as interacting with other students responding to the story by adding constructive comments, questions, and responses.

Here’s the text for Chapter 9, Raggedy Ann and the Cats:

Here’s the audio for Chapter 9, Raggedy Ann and the Cats. We encourage you to listen along with the audio, and for added benefit, to read the story out loud together with the text and the audio.

Don’t forget to revisit the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post, to review the English vocabulary and American English idioms part of this story, increase your American English vocabulary and idioms, as well as increase your comprehension. Click here for the Raggedy Ann Stories Glossary and Introduction post.

Now you can improve your English reading comprehension as well as writing skills by responding to the following questions in the comments section below:

1. Why did Mama Cat hide her kittens?
2. What happened to the kittens in the end?
3. How do you know you can trust someone? What are things people do that show you can trust them?