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Dog Can Hide: Ready-to-Read Ready-to-Go! (Paperback)
From Laura Gehl, author One Big Pair of Underwear and Goat Wants to Eat, comes another side-splitting Ready-to-Go! Ready-to-Read about a thrilling game of hide-and-seek between three animal friends.
Cat is it. Dog can hide. Frog can hide. Can Cat find Dog and Frog?
Perfect for kids at the beginning of their reading journeys, Dog Can Hide was written for children who have learned the alphabet and are ready to start reading! And what better way to get kids excited than with a hilarious story with words they can read on their own?
Each Ready-to-Go! Ready-to-Read includes a note to parents explaining what their child can expect, a guide at the beginning for readers to become familiar with the words they will encounter in the story, and reading comprehension questions at the end. Each Ready-to-Go! story contains about 100 words and features sight words, rhyming words, and repetition to help children reinforce their new reading skills. In this book, readers will learn ten sight words and thirteen words from four word families. So come on and get reading!
About the Author
Laura Gehl is the author of One Big Pair of Underwear, Cat Has a Plan, Goat Wants to Eat, Pig Makes Art, Dog Can Hide, Cat Sees Snow, Frog Can Hop, Snow Is…,You’re the Sprinkles on My Ice Cream, and You’re the Pumpkin in My Pie. She lives with her husband and their four kids in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Visit her online at LauraGehl.com.
Inspired by the Muppets, Quentin Blake, and the Flintstones, Fred Blunt has been a compulsive doodler since he was in hand-me-downs. He studied illustration at University of the West of England at Bristol, and has worked on all manner of projects, including illustrating for children’s books and designing a series of animated interstitials for the BBC. Fred lives in Aberystwyth, Wales, with his wife, two children, and their retired greyhound.
This friendly, silly game of hide-and-seek will have readers eager to build their reading skills. — School Library Journal