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My Little Pony Phonics Fun (I Can Read Phonics) Paperback – March 11, 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
You may look at this like I did and say "8 bucks for this many books? Wow!" But the reality is you're getting glorified Happy Meal toys in a single, tiny cardboard box.
My daughter, a lover of My Little Pony, was completely bored with these books in about a week. Even the decodable phonics words weren't enough inspiration to keep her reading when confronted with far too many words she wasn't ready for, and the names! The pictures were a bit too close to sight-word clues, as well, which meant she didn't have to try to know what was going on. For a 'phonics' package, these books relied too much on the 'sight words' clues (guessing at story instead of READING).
The books are tiny- more like what your kids bring home as freebies from public school than something you paid money for.
Not sorry I bought them for her, but definitely not what they advertise themselves to be.
First, the good news.... Unlike similar products for Dora, Diego, and other characters, these really are 'Bob Book' level readers; each page has a sentence or two. Now the negatives.... My Little Pony names do not lend themselves to phonics readers (Sunny Daze, Sparkleworks, for example). Plus, while the text is very simple, there is not the type of phonics building that you will find in Hooked on Phonics or Bob books. In other words, these are fun additions to whatever reading program that you intend to use with your young MLP fan.
I am extremely disappointed. I opened the very first booklet and it asks the young reader to learn 'sight words.' If I wished for her to just memorize some crap, I would have sent her to public school! The books don't even describe the sounds (ie 'short i').
This set of books is mislabeled and misleading.
To these books. Cute pictures for a child under age of 2 but too small and kids that age would destroy cheaply made books in a minute.