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Clues at the Carnival (Scooby-Doo! Picture Clue Books #5)
There is a mystery at the carnival, as Scooby and the gang search for the magician's missing magic hat. Using pictures as tools for learning new words, younger children can "read" along and help solve the mystery. Full-color illustrations.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2001 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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The story was ok, but I'm really not convinced of the usefulness of these stories that substitute a picture for a word. They used almost exclusively so easy words and words repeated a lot. I think highlighting them would've been better.
This is a storybook that young readers can read semi on their own. The text has pictures in places of some of the words. Trying to read this out loud to a non reader it was frustrating but it is a great book for a non reader learning to read. And the story isn't one that is scary for young children.