These fun little books are great for young readers starting out on their great adventure with literacy! More information from Sunshine Books…
Little Puppy Rap
There were ten little puppies on an old settee,
just sitting there watching their Mama’s TV.
Mama came in, said, “Nothing to do?
I reckon I could find a little job for you….”
So what do you think the puppies did?
Available in a Big Book format as well as little books for the children. A fun counting rhyme. Everyone will want to join in! Also instructions for actions to go with the story.
Out in the country one winter’s day,
the sky grew dark, and the clouds turned gray.
Out in the field, the farmer frowned,
“Reckon some rain’s going to tumble down!”
And tumble down it does. All the animals were not happy – except for one. Now who do you think that would be…?
Available in a Big Book format, as well as a small book format for the children. A fun story for shared reading – everyone will want to join in!
Catherine liked to count everything – including the hairs on her grandpa’s head and the buttons on people’s coats. But there was one thing Catherine liked counting more than anything else…
Listen to the egg.
Scratch. Scratch. Scratch!
There’s something inside
and it’s ready to hatch!
So what is it? Fun for beginner readers.
I sit by my window and watch the storm.
I see lightning. Flash! Flash! Flash!
I hear thunder. Crash! Crash! Crash!
I hear the wind swing the gate. Bash! Bash! Bash!
Quite a storm! Beginner readers will love the “sound effects!”
Harry went to the Half-Pie Cafe for lunch. Can you guess what the waiter gave him? He only got half a pizza, half a sandwich, half a cookie, and half a glass of milk. So how much did Harry pay? A fun math story for beginner readers (and mathematicians!)!
All the animals need new shoes, but how many pairs of shoes will they buy? What about the Kangaroo? The cricket? The centipede? And the last visitor is a snail! How many pairs of shoes will he need? A fun math story for beginner readers (and mathematicians)!
Here am I lying in bed,
with an ache in my tummy and a pain in my head!
Mom! Mom! Do come quick!
I’ve an ache in my tummy and I’m feeling sick!
What happens when the doctor comes? I story all beginner readers will be able to respond to.
My mother says I’ll have a new stepdad soon.
He’s coming to live with us.
I don’t know why.
I didn’t ask him to come.
It’s a situation many children find themselves in. This is how one child worked it out.
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