everything goes: henry goes skating (i can read book)

Summary:
Henry wakes up to snow. When mom suggests ice skating, Henry gets excited. It is slow going to the park, and there is lots to see from the car: trucks, cars, buses, even a dog pulling a sled.
Educational Themes:
The narrative is just right for developing readers, with plenty of sight words and some stretches, too (e.g., Zamboni). This is an easy reader you can easily use as a picture book with younger readers.
Reading Level:
0.0
Recommended Age To Read By Yourself:
5 to 8
Recommended Age To Read Together:
3 to 6
Purchase Recommendation:
Buy. Especially if you have more than one reader-to-be at home. This is a nice addition for seasonal reading.
Little Kid Reaction:
Review pending.
Big Kid Reaction:
This is so much more than an easy reader! I love the idea of sharing it with toddlers and preschoolers to explore the illustrations (counting, colors, objects, cute little birds in hats!), then letting Kindergartners and first graders read and explore for themselves. Many of the illustrations have simple words or letters that complement the text.
Pros:

Good story and great illustrations make this a perfect choice for a seasonal easy reader.

Cons:

None.


Title Everything Goes: Henry Goes Skating
About

I Can Read, My First I Can Read

Author Brian Biggs
Publisher HarperCollins © 2012
Illustrators Simon Abbott
ISBN 9780061958212
Material Hard Cover
Cost $16.99
Genres Easy Reader Series, Sports, Seasons

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