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A Dozen Fairy Dresses (Disney Fairies) (Step into Reading) Library Binding – May 11, 2010

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Product Details

  • Age Range: 5 - 8 years
  • Grade Level: Kindergarten - 3
  • Series: Step into Reading
  • Library Binding: 48 pages
  • Publisher: RH/Disney (May 11, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0736480803
  • ISBN-13: 978-0736480802
  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.4 x 9.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,514,744 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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My 7 year old daughter is in the 2nd grade. We moved from another district during the summer. She finished the 1st grade a little ahead of where she was suppossed to be, according to the prior school. She started 2nd grade behind where she should have been, according to the new shcool (which has a much higher rating - we moved to get our daughter into a better school).

So we have searched for reading materials that would engage and interest our daughter in doing alot of reading, so that she could "catch up" to the new shcools higher standards. The Disney Fairy Series, and Disney Princesses Series have really caught her attention, and she loves reading these books. She is quickly making progress as well.

Each book takes about 30 - 45 minutes or so to read, which is perfect. One our daughter starts reading one of these books, she can't put it down. She has a short attention span, like most kids her age, and he books the teacher was ending home were not engaging her, and she would start fiddling around, and lose focus. These do a much better job of keeping her interested.

If anyone else has a 2nd grade girl trying to improve her reading, I would highly recommend you buy this series of books.
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I have been buying a variety of this "Step Into Reading" series books for my granddaughter, in order to help improve her reading skills. I have bought levels 1-4. She is on a level 3 now in school, so that is what I buy the most of now. However, I do feel she needs some challenges and have bought a couple of level 4 books which we work on together. This book in particular, is a level 4, so a bit above her grade level, but interesting enough to keep her working through it. She is always so proud !

She is really improving and I think much of it has to do with this group of books. The stories are cute and hold their interest, the artwork is fabulous and the authors write on level, as noted for each book, but include some new challenging concepts. I will continue to boy these for many more of my grandchildren !!
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My daughter just turned five and has been reading up a storm. She reads at a 2nd grade level.
She loves Tinkerbell movies and this book is great because we get to meet "Hem", a sewing fairy that is very excited to make her own very special dress for a Purple Moon Ball. But all of the fairies (who you'll recognize if you've seen the movies) want her to make their dresses too, and she does, leaving little time for herself to make her own dress. She decides not to give up and make her dress anyway with little time to spare. It's pretty sweet, with a good overall message.

It takes about 10-15 minutes for my daughter to read to us before bed. I highly recommend this book.
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I purchased several of these Step into Reading books for a granddaughter. She is not much for reading yet and I am trying to give her materials to encourage a love of reading. She has really enjoyed all of the Step into Reading books I have sent her so far.
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My daughter loves for me to ready this to her before bed. It's a cute story and the illustrations are colorful and lovely. I"m sure once she reaching this reading level she'll read it to herself often.
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My kindergartner loves Tinker Bell and the fairies of Pixie Hollow (well, actually anything fairy-related) and since she is a beginning reader who is getting more independent in her reading, I was looking for some engaging readers that would interest her. The Step Into Reading series of books have various titles that interest her, and the fairies of Pixie Hollow are featured in a couple of beginning readers.

"A Dozen Fairy Dresses" is categorized as a Step 4 reader, recommended for Grades 2-3 (but might also suit younger readers who are gaining fluency). This involves reading on one's own (though it can certainly be read to a child)and there are longer paragraphs. The sentences are longer in this book (being a Step 4 book), but they are easy enough to deal with for a child who has advanced through the Step One, Two, and Three series of readers. These books have really helped my daughter improve her reading fluency and I can see her confidence in reading increase.

Visual learners who love seeing illustrations in their books will also adore this series of readers as they are filled with colorful illustrations. This particular title contains beautiful illustrations of the fairies of Pixie Hollow and their surroundings. The story focuses on a sewing talent fairy and how she helps sew clothes for her fairy friends, neglecting to sew one for herself. The engaging characters and easy to follow plot make this a wonderful reader for children who are improving their reading fluency.
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A Dozen Fairy Dresses is a Disney Fairies book featuring Tinker Bell and her friends in Pixie Hollow. In this story, Hem, a sewing-talent fairy, is asked by her friends to make dresses for them for the Purple Moon Ball. And while she makes the dresses for them, she forgot to make one for herself. So Hem has an idea to make a very fancy dress from leftover fabrics. This story is great for fans of the Disney Fairies, including Hem!
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