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by Alyssa Satin Capucilli

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ISBN:
0060286830
Author:
Alyssa Satin Capucilli
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
HarperCollins (August 1, 2002)
EPUB book:
1914 kb
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1648 kb
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1810 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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517


I Can Read books are widely recognised as the premier line of beginner readers

I Can Read books are widely recognised as the premier line of beginner readers. Inaugurated in 1957 with Else Holmelund Minarik's Little Bear, illustrated by Maurice Sendak, the series has grown to over 200 titles, which include mysteries, adventure stories, poetry, historical fiction and humour. Featuring award-winning authors and illustrators, and a fabulous cast of classic characters, I Can Read books introduce children to the joy of reading independently.

Biscuit (My First I Can Read). Alyssa Satin Capucilli. Biscuit and the Baby (My First I Can Read). Biscuit Goes Camping (My First I Can Read). Sadly, dogs are not supposed to go to school, but that doesn't deter this impish fellow. Chaos ensues, but of course all ends well. Each page features one or two simple sentences.

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BISCUIT GOES TO SCHOOL is a "My First I Can Read" book from Scholastic written by Alyssa Satin Capucilli and illustrated by Pat Schories. It's about Biscuit who runs away from home and goes to school.

Alyssa Satin Capucilli. Featuring award-winning authors and illustrators, and a fabulous cast of classic characters, I Can Read books introduce children to the joy of reading independently

Biscuit Goes to School. By Alyssa Satin Capucilli, Illustrated by Pat Schories.

Biscuit Goes to School.

Biscuit Goes to School book. But what will happen when the teacher discovers a puppy in his classroom? I Can Read books are widely recognised as the premier line of beginner readers.

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Biscuit wants to go to school. He wants to go to class, have a snack in the cafeteria, and hear a story in the library. Most of all, Biscuit wants to meet the teacher! But dogs aren't allowed in school. What will happen when the teacher discovers Biscuit?

The little yellow puppy's adventure perfectly captures the excitement of a young child's first day at school!

  • Runemane
These books make it easy for parents to find leveled books for their child. There is a circle at the top of each book indicating the level of the book with a number and color. Pre-Pimer books are good for parents to read to their toddlers up through kindergarten and beyond where kids become profecient enough to read it to mom and dad.

When your child can read and understand the PP level on their own, a parent needs to begin purchasing level 1/first grade level books to read to their child. Following suite, when the child can read and understand level one books on their own, parents progressively move to the next level.

Don't put away the books they have mastered...put them in your home library so they can choose it to read again. The more the times a kiddo reads a book, the better they understand and this is what promotes reading!

Finally, the books are fun to read, not boring. A majority of the stories come from award winning children's book authors and illustrators.
  • Qane
These books make it easy for parents to find leveled books for their child. There is a circle at the top of each book indicating the level of the book with a number and color. Pre-Pimer books are good for parents to read to their toddlers up through kindergarten and beyond where kids become profecient enough to read it to mom and dad.

When your child can read and understand the PP level on their own, a parent needs to begin purchasing level 1/first grade level books to read to their child. Following suite, when the child can read and understand level one books on their own, parents progressively move to the next level.

Don't put away the books they have mastered...put them in your home library so they can choose it to read again. The more the times a kiddo reads a book, the better they understand and this is what promotes reading!

Finally, the books are fun to read, not boring. A majority of the stories come from award winning children's book authors and illustrators.
  • Modimeena
I liked Biscuit because he was funny and cute. I liked Biscuit because he was acting like a little kid and I also liked how the book was colorful.

This review was completed by my eight years old daughter as she read it three times in a row!

I would recommend this book for any small children who are seven years old and under.
Happy reading!
  • Swift Summer
We love the Biscuit Series and this book came at a very timely moment - the start of preschool for my youngest granddaughter. She loves dogs, Biscuit in particular, and this book did not disappoint. The pictures and story provided some good discussion about what school is like and what she might expect at her new school.
  • MisterMax
I gifted my 6 year old niece with several of the I Can Read "Biscuit" series and have ordered her more for Christmas. She is just learning to read and sitting with her and listening to her sound out the words in these wonderful little books is such a blessing. The story lines always have a lesson that is easily understood by small children and the art is captivating. I hope to add to her collection every chance I get. Her two year old brother is learning along with her. Seeing her read to him is so rewarding. What a good book line for new readers. Keep them coming.
  • Braswyn
My three year old grandson loves these books-although he has had them from the library I want him to have his own. He reads this over and over-sweet story and one falls in love with Biscuit! Read these with my kids and granddaughters and grandsons!
  • energy breath
Nice book but too wordy for our nearly 5 year old son. He prefers the other shorter Biscuit books for now. We'll try again in a few months.
granddaughter who will be 1st grade this year loved it however they had already read it in kindergarten she still loved reading it again