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Who Am I?

eBook

Who Am I?' is a fun reading experience for the child of elementary reading skills and comprehension or as a shared activity between parent and child to provide a foundation in reading skills, adeptness is logical thought processes, and the art of poetry. Poetry is a successful reading strategy of rhyme and rhythm that keeps the child engaged and curious of the next assembly of words. This book allows the child to indulge in the world of discovery with a final resolve that the answers are in the reading. Each poem directs the child to another poem that gives an overall story of a character. The intrigue is in the fact that each poem is only a clue about who this character may be. It is only until they get to the last poem that the character they have been reading about is revealed. Surprise! They will be introduced to a favorite playmate of theirs... figuratively speaking, that is!

Proven that babies can learn to read before speaking fluently, here's an aid to that challenge.


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Publisher: Ld Publishing

Kindle Book

  • Release date: February 2, 2012

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780983632016
  • Release date: February 2, 2012

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9780983632016
  • File size: 428 KB
  • Release date: February 2, 2012

Formats

Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB eBook

subjects

Juvenile Fiction

Languages

English

Who Am I?' is a fun reading experience for the child of elementary reading skills and comprehension or as a shared activity between parent and child to provide a foundation in reading skills, adeptness is logical thought processes, and the art of poetry. Poetry is a successful reading strategy of rhyme and rhythm that keeps the child engaged and curious of the next assembly of words. This book allows the child to indulge in the world of discovery with a final resolve that the answers are in the reading. Each poem directs the child to another poem that gives an overall story of a character. The intrigue is in the fact that each poem is only a clue about who this character may be. It is only until they get to the last poem that the character they have been reading about is revealed. Surprise! They will be introduced to a favorite playmate of theirs... figuratively speaking, that is!

Proven that babies can learn to read before speaking fluently, here's an aid to that challenge.


Expand title description text