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Pinky Dinky Doo: Back to School Is Cool (Step into Reading)
by Jim Jinkins
In this hilarious, interactive story in this new series Pinky Dinky Doo helps her little brother tame his back-to-school jitters by telling him a funny story about the worst bad hair day in historyâwhich just happened to occur on class picture day! ...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published July 12th 2005 by Random House Books for Young Readers
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I bought a handful of these Pinky Dinky Doo books for my classroom to put on our bookshelves... but this is the first time I've read any of them. It was really cute! The illustrations are a fun mix of drawings and real life things. But what I loved most (are you surprised?) is the great vocabulary! This book introduced the word "apprehensive" and then did a good job of using it in different situations after defining it so the reader can really start to understand the word. Now I am left wonderin ...more
Feb 22, 2008 babyhippoface rated it liked it · review of another edition
To help her little brother Tyler get over his first-day-of-school worries, Pinky makes up a silly story about a classroom full of kids all having a bad hair day on--what else?--school picture day. Students ready for chapter books will love Pinky and her wild story, especially the lively collage illustrations combining cartoons with photographs. Adults will appreciate the built-in vocabulary builders--words like “apprehensive” and “quadrilateral” are defined by the characters and used often for r ...more