The Big Bad Red Dog

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Cat, rat and bat say the big red dog is bad. The little yellow pig sees the big red dog helping little dogs. So is the big bad red dog really bad? More

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About Agnes Musa

Agnes Musa is a published author with Hodder UK, Smashwords, Amazon, Lulu, Createspace and Google Play. Agnes is a full time writer passionate about health and welfare, human rights, female empowerment, children's rights and the environment. Agnes strives to produce well written short, exciting books on a variety of subjects.

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About the Series: Dolchlist Sight Words
The Dolchlist Flash "Sight" Words is a set of books from Pre-primer to Third Grade Level. The first book at each level comprises the Dolchlist Flash "Sight" words. The next lot of books are a list of all the words the children are expected to know how to read and spell at this level, including the dolchlist words. The last lot of books are readers written using the Dolchlis Flash words at that level. These readers help children master the Dolchlist and other simple words and sentences for each level. The books are useful, affordable and educational.

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About the Series: Learn To Read
The Learn To Read Series is a set of books written using the Dolch List Flash or Sight Words from Pre Primer to Third Grade Level. These books help children master the Dolch list words. The illustrated books, written in extra large print, follow a sequence of the actual Dolch List words first, followed by a reader written using the Dolch List Sight words.

These books are useful, and educational. They are also available in all formats, making them accessible and readable to your child even on the small screen of your phone.

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Renee' La Viness reviewed on March 25, 2019

I can not say this book won't help someone learn to read. If used well, I suppose it could. However, it was overly busy and overly redundant (too repetitive) and much of the punctuation was incorrect. A good editor could have helped make this book much better. This is not a book I would recommend for someone who is color blind, or bothered by too much busy-ness on a page.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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