Funny Cow and Llama Share the Definition of Alongside!

Definition of ALONGSIDE with Tilda Pinkerton and Folkmanis Puppets from the 344 word glossary from Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hat Shop – Book One. Alongside: side by side What chapter of Book One does this word appear in? Read Book One: Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hats – Book One

Silly Horse and Donkey share the definition of Decided!

Definition of DECIDED with Tilda Pinkerton and Folkmanis Puppets from the 344 word glossary from Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hat Shop – Book One. Decided: to make a decision What chapter of Book One does this word appear in? Read Book One: Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hats – Book One

Definition of Gestures (from the Groundhog!)

Definition of GESTURES with Tilda Pinkerton and Folkmanis Puppets from the 344 word glossary from Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hat Shop – Book One. Our Tilda Pinkerton song was composed by Andrew Ferris! Gestures: the use of movements to express emotions! What chapter of Book One does this word appear in? Read Book One: Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical […]

Definition of Admiration (says the Alligator!)

Definition of Admiration with Tilda Pinkerton and Folkmanis Puppets from the 344 word glossary from Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hat Shop – Book One. Our Tilda Pinkerton song was composed by Andrew Ferris! Admiration: looking at something with pleasure. What chapter of Book One does this word appear in? Read Book One: Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hats – […]

The Definition of Spat (says the snake)

Definition of Spat with Tilda Pinkerton and Folkmanis Puppets from the 344 word glossary from Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hat Shop – Book One. Our Tilda Pinkerton song was composed by Andrew Ferris! Spat: to say with contempt as if spitting. What chapter of Book One does this word appear in? Read Book One: Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical […]

“Z” Words in Book One

  Z Zagged – one in a series of sharp turns or reversals   Zigging – one in a series of sharp turns or reversals   Zoomed – to move quickly or suddenly with a buzzing  or humming

“Y” Words in Book One

  Y   Year-round – all year long   Yeoman – a servant, or dependable worker. Also a farmer who cultivates his own land

“X” Words

Oh no! There are NO X words in Book One? X words can be hard to come by. There are more in the Big Tilda Pinkerton Books – for 5th Grade and up.

“W” Words in Book One

  W Waterlogged – soaked with water   Wiggling – to move with short quick and irregular movements

“V” Words in Book One

  V Vanished – disappeared Varmints – an undesirable or destructive animal Velvet – a very soft fabric Visor – a hat with a piece projecting from the front to shield the eyes