Hey, Tabby Cat!: Brand New Readers
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Hey, Tabby Cat!: Brand New Readers

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Visit www.brandnewreaders.com to learn more about this unique series — and to try one on-line!

Based on what experts know about how children learn to read, BRAND NEW READERS are short, funny stories with words and pictures that help children reading for the very first time succeed—and have fun!

BRAND NEW READERS are for children who are just cracking the reading code. Reader...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published May 1st 2000 by Candlewick Press
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Janessa
Candlewick has the perfect idea here! These books for the earliest beginning readers come in a set of four inexpensively bound books with strong characters, and colorful, engaging illustrations. This set and others in the series are written by award winning children's book writer Phyllis Root, and she provides an excellent blend of humor, pacing, character and story in very few words. My favorite thing about these books is that after one week with the Mouse set, my daughter brought them to me an...more
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"Picture books are performances," says Phyllis Root, quoting some sage advice she once received. "They're performances that involve a child--something both of you do. And once I started thinking of them that way, I started getting much looser about making up words and playing around with rhythm."

Phyllis Root picked up an early affinity for colloquial language while growing up in Indiana and south...more
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