This is the first BPF Kindergarten Xmas special, an exciting and thrilling adventure with Jimmy Harrier and his friends tryin to save Christmas for all the kids around the world! Will they succeed? Read to have all the answers and to have lots of fun! READING IS FUN!
The Red Well-Read Reader - Book Three is the third mini book of a ten-book series. Each of the first nine books has roughly 40 stories teaching children to comprehend the written word. Book Ten, containing phonics illustrations, serves as the primer for the series.
The Red Well-Read Reader - Book One is the first book of a ten-book series. Each of the first nine books has roughly 40 stories teaching children to understand the written word. Book Ten, containing phonics illustrations, is a primer for the series.
Tom enjoys seeking out adventure and fun. One afternoon, he learns that a mysterious package would be delivered to him from a relative living far away. Little does he know that this package will set his life on a course of adventure far greater than he has ever known. An easy to read story that, although illustrated, engages readers to use their imagination to enhance the reading experience.
This colorful comic is based on a silly Welsh folktale. The man has too much to do, so he puts his cow on the grass roof to graze. What a surprising turn this takes as he tries to keep tabs on that cow.
"Cow On The House" is an easy beginning reader. It is written with basic sight words at the first grade level.
"3 Bears" is a comic adaptation of the well known folktale "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." This version is written especially for beginning readers and so is very easy to read. The text is comprised of only 8 different words. These 8 basic Dolch words are used over and over again, but are combined in different ways. This provides practice so that the beginning reader can master the words.
The three full color comics in Volume 7 are phonics based. They contain simple short vowel words, short vowel words with double final 'l' or 's,' or initial and final consonant blends. This gives the beginning reader an opportunity to read slightly more challenging words while still having the support of the comic illustrations.
"This Pot Will Not Walk" is about a silly boy who somehow gets things to work out right. The story is an adaptation of a Puerto Rican folk tale in colorful comic format. The simple sight vocabulary makes this book perfect for beginning readers.
'Back to Dogville' is the sequel to 'Where Are We?' In this book the boys return to Dogville to help their friend solve a mystery. They come up with an inventive plan to get things back to Dogville normal.
This comic book is also black and white, is at a first grade reading level, and is filled with supporting illustrations. The reader is sure to chuckle at the surprise solution.