Judy Kentor Schmauss
Illustrated by Randy Chewning
Ages 4 to 6
Barron’s Educational Series, 2006, 0-7641-3293-8
A boy is going to a parade today. At the parade he sees a lot of his friends in costume. Gabe is dressed in a Zorro type cape, hat and mask while Kate is in looking like a clown complete with a big smiling face and ruffled collar. Gail is looking like a mermaid and Jade is wearing a horse costume. All of the boy’s friends want him to join them in the parade. What can he wear as a costume?
In this volume new readers will be introduced to a single long vowel sound. A level two title from the Reader’s Clubhouse series, this phonics based approach to reading makes the learning process both fun and easy to comprehend. Children will quickly recognize the sound they are learning and will be able to identify it when they see it elsewhere.
At the back of the book children will find more information about parades as well as instructions on how they might make a Chinese New Year dragon of their own.
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