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Silly Sally (Big Book) Paperback – Bargain Price, March 31, 1994
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Both written and brightly illustrated with watercolors by Audrey Wood, 'Silly Sally' is the story, or perhaps more of a poem or a song, of Silly Sally herself who "went to town, walking backwards, upside down." On her journey, Silly Sally meets a pig, a dog, a loon, a sheep, before encountering her equally silly friend, Neddy Buttercup. All of Silly Sally's friends are just as silly, bright, and fun as she is. Upon reaching her destination, the people of the town represented in the last two illustrations are very happy and excited to see that Silly Sally and her entourage have arrived.
'Silly Sally' is a TERRIFIC read-aloud book that young children want to hear over and over again. The message, if there in fact is a message, is that it's just fine to be yourself, silly or otherwise. The quality of the board book edition is good, and weathers hand-downs from one child to the next very well.
I have this book on my shelf for my success reading time for my students. Each class starts out with 15-20 minutes of success reading and the students get to read a previously practiced book to the group and this is one of the most popular books chosen by the students.
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I love this book to read aloud to my youngest groups. My 4-5 year old students are working on rhyming and fun, simple rhyming books are part of every lesson. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Amy Obermayer
She looks especially Silly Sally. We read this so much she can say "Neddy Buttercup" now (well, pretty close, anyway!)Published 29 days ago by Zach Shuford