I See in color

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
"I See" is designed for the child who is just beginning to read. The vocabulary is limited to 16 frequently repeated words. This provides the practice needed to master new words and become an independent reader. The comic format and colorful supporting pictures keep the reader engaged with the text. More
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About Gloria Lapin

Gloria Lapin, M.Ed is a retired elementary school teacher, principal, consultant, and presenter. She is the author of supplementary educational reading materials, and enjoys creating beginning reading comics. She has returned to college in fine arts to improve her illustration skills so her comics will be even more engaging.

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Al Molaison reviewed on Feb. 8, 2014

To begin, the illustrations are good. More importantly, beginning readers need a "supply" of sight words--words recognized without having to do the sounding out. The author knows what she's doing. Visit her books often and give your child a head-start in learning to read. Sitting on my lap, my five year old, with help, got through the book.
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K. C. Boone, MSFE reviewed on Oct. 13, 2013

The colors do add a fun dimension to the B&W book.
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