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by Charles Chigna

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ISBN:
0439161606
Author:
Charles Chigna
Language:
English
Publisher:
Scholastic Inc (1999)
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SEE THE YAK YAK book. Charles Ghigna and Brian Lie's book is an interesting and clever take on early learning books, which focuses on homonyms using different animals in often humorous situations

SEE THE YAK YAK book. Charles Ghigna and Brian Lie's book is an interesting and clever take on early learning books, which focuses on homonyms using different animals in often humorous situations. There is no form of concrete story to it, instead focusing on individual vignettes. While clever, a few of the texts can not be directly inferred from the illustrations (such as slug slug) and may be slightly confusing for children.

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SEE THE YAK YAK Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove SEE THE YAK YAK from your list? See the yak yak. Published 1999 by Scholastic Inc.

See the Yak Yak is a greta story for any classroom when teaching homophones and homonyms. Looking for some letter Y books to read to preschoolers? Check out this list! See the Yak Yak - Charles Ghigna, Brian Lies. Summer Activities Book Activities Book And Magazine Disney Best Friends I Love My Friends Nook Summer Books Picnics Album.

In See the Yak Yak, comical illustrations help beginning readers decode the simple text and decipher the riddle rhymes while they learn about homonyms, words that sound alike but that have different meanings.

Matt Berman of Common Sense Media praised the book’s "simple and joyous concept" and noted the characters' gently rounded features See the Yak Yak Written by Charles Ghigna.

Matt Berman of Common Sense Media praised the book’s "simple and joyous concept" and noted the characters' gently rounded features. Lies stated that he tries to keep the design of his animal characters as naturalistic as possible despite their often human-like behavior. See the Yak Yak Written by Charles Ghigna.

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