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Talking Tales: Sam's Sticky Sucker

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Sam has dreamed all night about his strawberry sucker. When morning arrives, he is unable to resist sneaking downstairs to eat his sucker before breakfast. But when mom comes toward the room and Sam is forced to run back to bed, he loses track of his sticky strawberry sucker. Now where could that sticky strawberry sucker have gone? Will Sam find the sucker before his mom? ...more
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Published October 20th 2016 by Skyrai Publishing
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Angel
Mar 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
Oh, to be a kid again. Sam's predicament reminded me of the time when I was a kid and got gum stuck in my hair. My inner child could relate to this with laughter of the silliness of childhood long past. The author has a way of drawing the reader back into those childish memories and enjoying every adventurous moment of it, realizing the joys of being a kid and the innocence, the novelty of that innocence, the new growth and how invaluable and educational it is with no regrets. ...more
Carole P. Roman
Apr 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Sam's sticky sucker is Erica Graham's exercise in practicing saying words with the letter "s." Using a plethora words including Sam, sofa, steps, window sill, by the time a child finishes reading this book, he or she will be en expert. I found it sensational, or maybe it was splendid! ...more
Becky Benishek
May 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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What an enchanting--make that splendid--book for kids who need help with their s-sounds! I also love that Erica does her own illustrations. You can see her love for her character & creation shine through. Put this innovative tale on your child's or classroom's bookshelf today! ...more
Gayle Pace
Feb 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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There can never be enough good educational books for children that gives them the opportunity to learn and at the same time, have fun. Each of the books in Talking Tales series focus on one specific sound in the English language. This helps little ones learn how to sound out and say their words properly. I love the "Sam's sticky strawberry sucker", the emphasis on the letter "s". The author uses over 170 words with the "s" sound. This is a cute story that children can have fun with an
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Lucia Davis
Mar 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Very cute story about Sam and his sucker, while highlighting the "s" sound. Educational and fun. Read it to my five year old, who loved it! ...more
Hannah
Nov 17, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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Silly Sam! What did he do with his sucker? Find out in this amusingly sticky story!
James Roberts
May 30, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I really love these books. Always a fun adventure and filled with charming illustrations. These books help children with early speech and reading sounds. This book focuses on the "s" sound and "s" blends. Kids will have so much fun with this book. And parents will be delighted at how often their child is practicing their "s" sounds throughout the book. ...more
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Erica Graham graduated from Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville with her Master of Science Degree in Speech Language Pathology. She also holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence with the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. As a mother, Erica understands the difficulty caregivers have finding time to work on speech with their children. In her pursuit to create a fun easy way ...more

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