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See Me Run (I Like to Read) School & Library Binding – August, 2011
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In addition to receiving the Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor, See Me run was a Junior Library Guild Fall 2011 Selection.
Just right for beginners to successfully read. "
These books [See Me Run; Boy, Bird, and Dog; Dinosaurs Don t, Dinosaurs Do] deftly combine text and art to create a positiveexperience for new readers . . . making them successful entries inthe beginning-reader canon. "
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All of a sudden, the shaggy yellow dog stopped in front of a BIG mud hole. Plop! The all joined him as he splashed around. "It is mud. / Splat-splat. / Mud is fun." They rolled and and jumped in the mud as they enjoyed themselves. The dogs needed baths after their romp. The shaggy yellow dog and his friends were having a lot of fun. What would they do next?
This is a fun, high interest book for the new reader. Emergent or newly independent readers will love this action-oriented book as the dogs race through its pages. The repetitive text and easily decipherable words will motivate the young reader to complete the book using their decoding strategies. The artwork has a great fun factor and very amusing. For example, one of my favorite scenes is when all the dogs are rolling and romping in a humongous mud hole. When they find the bones of a T-Rex, the action definitely picks up. This is an excellent choice for the beginning reader.
From a child's perspective the words are really easy and will give the beginner reader much success. A lot of words are repetitive. If a child struggles with a word, seeing the repetition will only give them more confidence as they read on.
I like this book for a very beginner reader. It is a great introduction to the written word that will lead to much success later on.
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This author has a good collection of books for getting kindergarten children wanting to read more!!Published 17 months ago by Annie Oak
This was on of the first books my son learned to read in kindergarten, he loved it! It has short sentences with simple words.Published 18 months ago by Misty
This is such a cute book. There is a real story which doesn't always happen in I Like to Read Books. My grandson loves this book.Published on January 10, 2014 by Joan M. Larrabee
The illustrations are so delightful that one can forgive the simplicity of the story. The story of a group of dogs at play is told using simple words and sentences perfect for... Read morePublished on January 7, 2014 by K. Roman
This was a gift for my grandson who is learning to read. He was really proud that he could read the story to me all by himself!Published on March 15, 2013 by Mary E. Fleming
Wow. This is an impressively stupid book. In the grand tradition of Dick and Jane: "See me run. I run and run. See them come. They come and come. Read morePublished on August 10, 2012 by Lisa
I have given copies of See Me Run to all of the kids in my neighborhood and every dog-lover I know. Everyone loves it - especially the surprise ending! Read morePublished on March 1, 2012 by MC