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What's in the Sky, Dear Dragon?

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A boy and his pet dragon look at both the day and night skies. They learn about the sun, moon, animals, and airplanes that move through the sky. These Beginning-to-Read books capture the imaginations of beginning readers and help them on their way to independent reading. This title includes reading activities and a word list.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published July 1st 2013 by Norwood House Press (first published January 15th 2013)
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Pam ☼Because Someone Must Be a Thorn☼ Tee
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WHAT'S IN THE SKY, DEAR DRAGON is a cute little book at the beginning First Grade Reading level.

And though I'm certainly a fan of many of Margaret Hillert's practice readers I particularly like this one because it's more of a thinking book than some of the others. The theme is is the sky and what you can find there. The story begins with a father and son out at night. They look at the moon, and soon their attention is diverted to other sources of light. For example, st
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Paula
Mar 27, 2014 Paula rated it it was ok
The boy and his familiar dragon friend return in a new series that has them exploring nature. In this title, the boy, dragon and his father marvel at all the objects in the night sky. Father points out the moon, stars and night creatures. After going to bed and waking up the next day, the boy, dragon and his father explore the daytime sky. Father points out the sun, clouds, birds, rain, a rainbow and an airplane in the sky. Soon the boy, dragon and his family are in the sky too, as they fly in ...more
Paula
Aug 04, 2014 Paula rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This title is a bilingual (English/Spanish) version of “What’s in the Sky, Dear Dragon”. It describes for young readers the many objects that can be in the sky at different times of the day. The simple text and format and unassuming illustrations are ideal for ELLs and special populations. Unfortunately, the handy Reading Reinforcement activities are solely in English and not helpful for Spanish-speaking parents or guardians. Order if needed.
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Margaret Hillert has written over 80 books for children who are just learning to read. Her books have been translated into many languages and have helped children throughout the world learn to read. She first started writing poetry as a child and has continued to write for children and adults throughout her life. As a first grade teacher, Margaret realized that the books available for students ...more
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