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Toad Makes a Road

3.94  ·  Rating Details  ·  66 Ratings  ·  11 Reviews
- Adorable phonics readers...with flaps!.
Board Book, 12 pages
Published January 29th 2008 by E.D.C. Publishing (first published June 1st 2000)
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Noah Rucks
Oct 20, 2014 Noah Rucks rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book “Toad Makes A Road” by Phil Roxbee Cox was one of my favorites when I was little. I read this book to my younger brother. He really liked the animals and the big trucks. He thought the moral of the book was to entertain people. The real moral of the story was that if you put your mind to it you can reach whatever you want.

This book is about this toad that made a brand new house on top of a very steep hill. She was waiting for all of her things to be moved to her new house, but they wer
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Danie Cutter
Jul 24, 2011 Danie Cutter rated it really liked it
Shelves: childrens
Great book, easy words for children learning to read. Like the fact that while it uses phonics there are also "patterns" for the words eg Goose and Loose so is suited to pattern recognition methods of learning to read as well.

Have bought the whole series as daughter loves these. While the words are simple there's still enough of a story/action to keep her interested (just) while too many early reading books are three word sentences, one sentence per page and only a few pages per book.

This set o
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Karen
Apr 21, 2015 Karen rated it really liked it
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Frog week.
Andrea
Feb 12, 2008 Andrea rated it liked it
Recommends it for: learning to read
Usborne Phonics products are specially designed to help children learn how to read. They incorporate fun and learning. Children learn so much when they are young and their brain is forming so quickly. By incorporating reading into the things that they learn early on, they are more likely to succeed. If you are interested in purchasing this item, please visit my Usborne Independent Consultant Website at www.ubah.com/s2995
Sandybear76
Preschool kids today liked this book. They liked finding the duck on each page more than the book itself. They liked the rhyming words. Several books in this little series by Usborne books.
Jeannie
This is one in a series of "easy-to-read" phonic's/rhyming books put out by Usborne. They are cute and simple for children to build reading confidence!
Casey Trump
Toad makes a road is a wonderful book for beginner readers. The words rhyme and it's somewhat predictable. Also, it has very cute pictures.
Linda.the.librarian
Nov 09, 2010 Linda.the.librarian rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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I love the cadence of this book.
Chelsea
Nov 04, 2009 Chelsea rated it it was amazing
We love Usborne books!
Janice
Sep 06, 2008 Janice rated it it was amazing
Good phonics reader
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