By Tad Hills
Learn how to learn with this New York Times-bestselling photo publication, starring an impossible to resist puppy named Rocket and his instructor, a bit yellow fowl. stick with alongside as Rocket masters the alphabet, sounds out phrases, and eventually . . . learns to learn all on his own!
With a narrative that makes analyzing fun--and will also aid listeners learn how to read--this e-book is perfect for kindergarten school rooms and tale hour or as a present for that starting reader. clean, fascinating paintings by means of Tad Hills, the New York Times bestselling author/illustrator of Duck & Goose, will make this a favourite.
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How Rocket Learned to Read (Rocket, Book 1) by Tad Hills