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Ready? Set. Raymond!

3.61 of 5 stars 3.61  ·  rating details  ·  23 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Raymond likes to do everything fast–from brushing his teeth to going to school to making new friends. In three easy-to-read stories, readers follow Raymond on a typical super-fast day, see him make a new friend, and run a race!

From the Trade Paperback edition.
ebook, 32 pages
Published April 14th 2010 by Random House Books for Young Readers (first published June 1st 2002)
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Rosa Cline
This is a level 2 book and would be okay for beginner or more mature level 2 readers; either could enjoy this book. It's a short chapter book (almost a 1st chapter book) type. Raymond is the main character and this little boy likes to do things 'fast' (word that is repeated many times in the book. Even though everyone tells him to slow down he likes to go fast (race, slow down, fast are repetitive words in this book) In the second 'chapter' a new family move in and he wants a new friend but his ...more
,I love. My mom to be a good girl and her husband is funny dad. I love my. family

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Oh gee whiz, lookie here. It's a book about a black boy athlete. Because goodness knows the only thing little black boys can do is be athletes. This book gets an extra star for having three stories, TWO of which are not about Raymond playing sports.
Michelle Couey
ready set raymond
large text it is a reading with help rating and step 2 is its classification
I liked the ethnicity in the book with characters of color and with very active lifestyle as they are runners and he is a track star:)
Read at preschooler story time at the library. Was a bit long. Not especially memorable.
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