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Sam at the Seaside

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  20 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
When Sam tries to have fun in the sun, everything she tries leads to trouble. But soon she finds a smelly dead fish to roll in and suddenly the beach seems like a much better place to be.

This Level 1 first reader contains short stories, simple sentences, easy vocabulary, simple visual clues and lots of repetition.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Kids Can Press
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babyhippoface
Two new books in the Sam series offer more puppy fun for beginning readers. In Sam at the Seaside the sheepdog finds lots of things at the beach she does not like--waves, crabs, seagulls--before she finds something she does like--covering herself with dead fish smell! Sam teaches the new neighbor children about the kinds of games puppies like to play in Sam Goes Next Door. Appealing cartoon drawings and easy vocabulary will make this a popular choice with Kingdergarten-1st grade readers.
Jillian
Jun 15, 2011 Jillian rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Only unhappy things happen to poor Sam on his trip to the beach. Neither my three year old nor I like this one. My son even said, "No, not that one, it makes me sad."
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