Mary asked:

I was just curious which age group this is intended for? Thanks.

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Julie Harper Good question. That was the most challenging part of writing these stories. They were written with 7 to 10 year old's in mind.

The language was kept familiar for early elementary readers and multi-syllable words were used less frequently to help make the reading accessible. One hope was to encourage reading practice by minimizing potential barriers like challenging language and tricky reasoning. But not all kids are equal in language ability, so it was no easy task.

Stories 1 to 16 fit on a single page so as not to be too intimidating, and grow to 2-3 pages in Stories 17-48. More advanced students may tackle the longer stories if Part 1 proves too simple (or they might breeze through Part 1 quickly anyway).

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