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by Duendes del Sur,Robin Wasserman

Download Search for Scooby Snacks (Scooby-Doo! Picture Clue Book, No. 2) eBook
ISBN:
0613268717
Author:
Duendes del Sur,Robin Wasserman
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Turtleback Books (September 1, 2000)
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1133 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Scooby and his friends will find out. Use the pictures to read the story and help Scooby and the gang solve the mystery! Flash cards at the beginning of the book help you learn new words. At head of title: Cartoon Network.

SCOOBY-DOO is an 'Ameri-canine' icon . The Picture Clue books are based on the traditional "rebus Reader" - using a picture as a tool for learning a word. All pictures and vocabulary are on flashcards at the end of the book.

SCOOBY-DOO is an 'Ameri-canine' icon, the most beloved cartoon pooch of the past three generations. The snack-sniffling sleuth and his pals are in the midst of a huge popularity and awareness upswing. On the sample spread, you can see where a picture is substituted for a word. This gives a young reader a sense of pride that she is "reading" the story. The gang is looking for ((pirate)) ((treasure)). But where's ((Scooby))?

Scooby-Doo Picture Clue: Snow Ghost No. 9 by Robin Wasserman (2001, Paperback).

Find clue scooby doo from a vast selection of Books. Scooby-Doo Picture Clue: Snow Ghost No.

Shipping to Russian Federation. Customs services and international tracking provided. NEW ~Scooby-Doo -The Case of the Disappearing Scooby Snacks - Glow in the Dark.

Someone stole all the food from Mystery In. s campground, including the Scooby snacks. Scooby traces the smell of the food to a bear's cave. The bear grabs him, but fortunately it's in a peaceful mood and Scooby is not harmed.

Picture Clue Book, No. 16). Robin Wasserman. My daughter goes crazy for Scooby Doo books. She loves this one as much as all the rest in the series. Sled Race Mystery (Scooby-Doo! Picture Clue Book, No. 15). Maria S. Barbo. Meet Big Foot (Scooby-Doo! Picture Clue Book, No. 12). Michelle Nagler. These are books with picture substitutes for some words, and she enjoys it. Not a heavy plot, but good for young readers.

0439161665 (ISBN13: 9780439161664).

Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal. No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages.

by. Wasserman, Robin; Del Sur, Duendes. Books for People with Print Disabilities. ill; Cartoon Network (Television network). When his Scooby snacks disappear from the tent during the gang's camping trip, Scooby-Doo tracks them into a bear's cave. Includes 24 flash cards. Internet Archive Books.

Based on the traditional rebus readers, these books substitute pictures for words, enabling youngsters to read the story. My daughter loves Scooby-doo, so we thought we'd try this book for her. The story is too simplistic and the pictures in place of written words is distracting during story time.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. When the Scooby Snacks disappear, Scooby and his friends embark on a mission to recover the snacks and find the thief.
  • SmEsH
I bought a few of these Picture clue books for my almost 3 yr. old son and this is one of his favorites. He loves yelling "Scooby Snacks!" whenever we get to the little picture for it. A great idea to get young kids interested in "reading along" instead of just listening to the story. Also love the flashcards to familiarize him with the words that go along with the picture clues. A great book!
  • Swordsong
I purchased several of these and they are popular go-to books for bedtime. He doesn't mind repeats and we can talk about the word sounds as we go through multiple times. I also try to let him read the "clues" so he is getting used to seeing words in a line. I'll buy more when he's reading himself.
  • Puchock
I love the characters, and the book did keep the feel of the TV series. I wish there were books for adults based on the characters from Scooby-Doo, but this is a good way of getting kids interested in reading because it allows them to read and look at characters they know from movies and TV.
  • Grarana
This is a cute book and I wanted it for my Toddler niece and I'm sure she will enjoy it but just a warning to those who don't realize that this is a smaller book. I thought it would be the size of a regular coloring/reading book but in fact, it's smaller! It's still a cute book and a good read for little ones but you could get something else at the dollar store!
  • Nnulam
My grandson loves these Scooby books. We look at them a lot. We like the illustrations and looking at other things on the page. He's 3 and reading is something I want him to experience in the best way. These are affordable and will last through his little brother.
  • watchman
I ordered a used book listed in Very good condition; but got a a book with a very wrinkled cover, looked like a book that was listed in fair condition, not very good. Over priced for what I got when you add in the shipping cost.
  • Whitestone
My daughter loves Scooby-doo, so we thought we'd try this book for her. The story is too simplistic and the pictures in place of written words is distracting during story time.
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