3 edition of Stories for five-year-olds and other young readers found in the catalog.
Stories for five-year-olds and other young readers
A collection of traditional and modern stories to be read aloud.
|Statement||edited by Sara and Stephen Corrin. Illustrated by Shirley Hughes.|
|Contributions||Corrin, Stephen, joint comp., Hughes, Shirley, 1927-|
|LC Classifications||PZ5.C778 Sp|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||74150448|
Imagine living in a community where a book boat sails into town each week. It's also incredibly timely since kids are being made aware of the dangers of plastic pollution to our marine life - and want to help. Readers will love learning their colors with this brightly illustrated, cumulative picture book by bestselling author Audrey Wood and her dynamic, digital-artist son, Bruce. She does not love wearing her itchy school uniform, solving math problems, or going to dance class. There is lots of scope for discussion, silly insect voices and the book offers a great platform to encourage children to create their own make-believe language! Would you be my friend?
Piggie cannot help smiling. Be sure to check out the three-time Caldecott winner's other hit series, Knuffle Bunny and Elephant and Piggie. For example, one page asks where you would want to live. What Should Danny Do? With the entire town caught in the grip of fear, the killer remains at large.
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Monty is bullied by other fish but when he saves the day, they all become friends. The simple, repetitive Stories for five-year-olds and other young readers book makes for a fun read-aloud for story time or sharing, and identifying the vivid images and strong colors provides an exciting concept learning experience for young readers.
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They love to return to favorite books over and over. There are some green blobs in the garden and something red and sweet, too. Then he saves everyone from a big, scary monster wielding—gasp!
Executed in collages made from color photographs, imaginatively redefined in unexpected juxtaposition…A wonderful concept book, grounded in ordinary events yet touched with magic, that will strike a familiar chord with preschool audiences while enlarging their perceptions. It's also incredibly timely since kids are being made aware of the dangers of plastic pollution to our marine life - and want to help.
For your new reader to really shine, they need practice. She does not love wearing her itchy school uniform, solving math problems, or going to dance class.
It beautifully explores the turbulent range of emotions felt when a loved one becomes terminally ill, with a focus on making the most of the Stories for five-year-olds and other young readers book we have left with sick loved ones. The story is told in rhyming verse, with some delightfully funny scenarios imagined, such as what happens when you run out of nappies and jelly.
If he or she cannot comprehend what was read, pick a new book. And if you can get a few readings the more the better out of the same book, your child will have a better chance of refining his or her skills.
As my kids progressed in their reading, I found some great books for their reading levels shelved with middle grade books while others were shelved in early chapter books. Or, a kitchen that will make whatever dish you can think of each day. Related Posts:. Young Adult Recommended audiences is 6th grade and up.
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Readers will love learning their colors with this brightly illustrated, cumulative picture book by bestselling author Audrey Wood and her dynamic, digital-artist son, Bruce. Just a fox. These five adventurous tales are perfect for Level 2 beginning readers. Katherine Willoughby If you are reading this post, you are probably a teacher, parent, or someone else who spends time with beginning readers.
I love that this book inspires kids to dream big and think creatively. And along the way, they discover that wishes can come true in the most unexpected ways.
Nothing that Sparkles suggests—making crafts, playing checkers, and selling lemonade—goes well with the leaping, spinning, and twirling that Ballet Cat likes to do.
For example, one page asks where you would want to live. Children will definitely like stomping, stamping and rampaging in time with Rikki and this quirky cast of monsters. Katie Woo books are the perfect transition from picture books to chapter books.Get this from a library! Stories for five-year-olds and other young readers.
[Sara Corrin; Stephen Corrin; Shirley Hughes] -- A collection of traditional and modern stories to be read aloud.
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Stories for five-year-olds and other young readers. [Sara Corrin; Stephen Corrin; Shirley Hughes] -- A collection of traditional and modern stories to be read aloud.