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December 16, 2017

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Children : New Readers: Just Beginning

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New Readers: Just Beginning

 

The child who is just beginning to read is learning to sound out vowels and consonants, is learning to recognize a handful of words and is comfortable with very simple books. A beginning reader may be just starting out or may have been reading for a year or two. Most of the books in this list come from our Early Reader collection (ER) but we have also included great nonfiction and graphic novels as well. 

 

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What This Story Needs Is A Pig in A Wig

What This Story Needs Is A Pig in A Wig
Virján, Emma J.

Simple rhymes, hilarious illustrations and an over-the-top story line will keep new readers giggling.


Format: Book
Holds: 1 on 29 copies

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Let's Say Hi to Friends Who Fly!

Let's Say Hi to Friends Who Fly!
Willems, Mo

Which of Cat the Cat's friends can fly? Readers might be surprised!


Format: Book
Holds: 0 on 43 copies

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Stop Pop

Stop Pop
Ziefert, Harriet

Bold, bright illustrations and easily manipulated pages help brand new readers master short vowel sounds.This title is part of the "Flip-a Word" series."


Format: Book
Holds: 0 on 34 copies

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