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(6)PreS-K-READING;1st WORDS;PICTURE DICTIONARY;K-4 GAMES

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SUPERKIDS: Story By Brian And Jillian Cutting, Illustrations By Peter Stevenson. ISBN: 0780250001.The Wright Group. 16 Pages. Sunshine Read-Togethers-Level 1. PRESCHOOL PRACTICE WORKBOOK OF FIRST WORDS The Preschool Practice Workbook of First Words. Under supervision of Fr. Richard E. Wylie. Preschool Press, teaches your child: word-picture associations, basic sight vocabulary, word discrimination. Paperback, used, good condition, same as new, no marks inside. 1988. GAME FOR A GAME?: Games, Trivia, Folklore and Fun. Designed for students Grades K-4. This is published by the Teaching Learning Company. 138 pages. 12.9 0z. Convenient size of 8.5" x 11." Are you looking for exciting games to play anywhere, anytime, with little or no equipment or preparation? Do you need an old game, a new game, an active or a quiet game? With some kids, chalk, a jump rope, marbles, jacks, a ball and a bag of rubber bands, the fun in this book is yours! Like new, unused, glossy cover, tight binding, clean pages. READY...SET...READ!: THE BEGINNING READER'S TREASURY Hardcover: 144 pages Publisher: Doubleday Books (June, 1993 ISBN: 1568650086 Dust jacket List Price: 19.95 Tight binding, Clean pages, Glossy cover If Ready...Set...Read! were a movie, it would surely be a box-office hit with its all-star cast, including Little Bear, Morris the Moose, and Frog and Toad. This rich treasury of children's favorite stories, as well as poems, riddles, tongue-twisters, and hidden picture games, will delight and inspire every beginning reader. There's something for everyone in this diverse collection: Have a young poet in the house? How about a poem by Gwendolyn Brooks or Robert Louis Stevenson? Let the budding scientist discover "Our Earth in Space." The amateur comedian might pick up a few tips from the knock-knock jokes and riddles. And be prepared to untie some messy knots after the tongue-twister section: "Wendy went to rent one red room." Ready...Set...Read! is a perfect introduction to many well-loved authors and illustrators, including Maurice Sendak, Else Holmelund Minarik, and Russell Hoban. Most importantly, this all-in-one collection, with its easy-to-read type, simple vocabulary, and variety of lively and colorful illustrations, will provide a jump-start to reading that will soon have children racing to the bookshelf for more.- From School Library Journal A dynamite anthology for emerging readers that features stories, poems, and a section called "fun and games." The stories include selections from favorite easy readers by Dr. Seuss, Else Homelund Minarik, Lobel, Joanna Cole, and Bernard Wiseman. The poetry section is predominantly humorous and includes Calmenson's "Giggle Poem" and Russell Hoban's "Soft-Boiled Egg" from Bread and Jam for Frances (Harper, 1964). Anne Burgess' illustrations for the poems are fresh but muted watercolors with a comic element. The "fun and games" include a generous variety of riddles, rebus stories, tongue-twisters, silly rhymes, and hidden pictures. Demarest illustrates these with watercolors splashed with vibrant color. The book design is perfectly suited to beginning readers; borders in simple designs and one-color frames both unify and distinguish individual selections. While readers may find the single story books more appealing for read-alone times, families who read and share stories together will find this to be an excellent introduction to a variety of literature, authors, and book characters. A rich and satisfying collection. Reviewer: I bought this book for my son who is in first grade. He has grown with this book - from the stories where some of the words are replaced by pictures, to the riddles and jokes, to complete stories of Frog and Toad and Morris the Moose. Most importantly - he picks up this book now and reads for pleasure. I was impressed, May 31, 2000-Reviewer: A reader I just received this book yesterday and I was so happy by the response of my 4 1/2 year old daughter. She loved listening to the variety of stories, laughing aloud to some, and she loved the tongue twisters. She especially like the short stories where there are words and pictures in the sentences. We read these together and she felt like she was really reading. This gave her such a confidence boost. She insisted on taking the book to daycare today to read aloud to her class. Another thing I like is that there are so many stories. This will be a great book to take on vacation. You could read a different story everyday and just pack one book. This book is wonderful for a variety of reasons. I know it will be helpful for a beginning reader. Something for everyone! August 7, 1998-Reviewer: A reader Treasury is the right word for this book! From the hilarious Sheep In A Jeep and Morris Has A Cold, to the interesting and educational Our Earth In Space the stories riveted my four-year-old son. He also enjoyed the nice variety of poems and the funny riddles and tongue-twisters. This book will not spend much time on his bookshelf! An extra bonus is that the book Morris Has a Cold by Bernard Wiseman is no longer in print. But with this treasury, a child can still delight in Morris' hilarious verbal misunderstandings. YOUNG LEARNER'S PICTURE DICTIONARY Publisher: McGraw-Hill Consumer Products, Zigzag Publishing, Chrysalis Books Limited, School Specialty Pub. Publication Date: 2001 Language: English Format: Paperback ISBN-10: 1577687809 ISBN-13: 9781577687801 Product ID: EPID2776110 List price: 6.95 Size: Length: 40 pages Height: 11.3 in. Width: 8.8 in. Thickness: 0.2 in. Weight: 6.4 oz. SHOE MONSTER by First and Second-grade Students at in Celista (Author) Product Description: In this 1993 award-winning Kids Are Authors book, a shoe monster comes alive in the basement of a school. He does outrageous things--like turning shoes into pancakes! Illustrated in crayon. level: Ages 4-8 Paperback Willowisp Press/, (January 3, 1994) Language: English ISBN-10: 0874066875 ISBN-13: 978-0874066876 Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 8.8 x 0.2 inches Shipping Weight: 4 ounces North Shuswap Elementary School first second graders, ill. Canadian winner in the annual Kids Are Authors Competition, unpaged, 11 x 8 3/8 inches, very good book condition, no dust jacket, juvenile picture book. Review: The Shoe Monster, October 23, 2002: "The Shoe Monster" was written and illustrated by first and second grade students at North Shuswap Elementary School in Celista, British Columbia, and was received the "Kids are Authors Award." This story is about a monster that lurks in the basement of Shuswap Elementary, and befriended Mrs. Bruneau (Mrs. "B") and has a nasty habit of stealing shoes from the students at night, but if you are lucky and ask Mrs. B nicely, maybe she can get the Shoe Monster to put your shoe back into the Lost Found. I personally received this book from my elementary school teacher in Kindergarten, and I have loved it ever since. If your son or daughter loves to read, write, and draw, then surely you can add this delightful story into his or her book collection! It gives an interesting twist to your basic bread-and-butter children stories, and gives kids the ability to learn about friendship, responsibilities, and even to be sure to put your shoes away neatly (I know for a fact that my shoes never strayed onto the floor after that)! Since this story is written and drawn by students, your son or daughter can relate to this story much better than reproduced of "The Tale Of Cinderella XVII." In conclusion, I have absolutely no complaints about "The Shoe Monster," and many people should read this book to their friends and family alike-you won't regret it! ;) AMAZON PRICE FROM 5.50-33.42, New-22-78.
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