Early Readers: Dex The Dog Goes To The Farm - A Learn To Read Picture Book for Beginner Readers by Katrina Kahler

Early Readers: Dex The Dog Goes To The Farm - A Learn To Read Picture Book for Beginner Readers

By Katrina Kahler

  • Release Date: 2014-05-11
  • Genre: Animals
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 35 Ratings
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Description

Early Readers will love reading about Dex the dog and his search for a friend to play with on the farm. Real photos of Dex and his friends, along with repeated text and simple sentences...will assist your child to read this interesting book about a very lovable dog.
Suitable for kindergarten, preschool and year 1 children as a read-a-long book or a learn to read book.

Written by Katrina Kahler, a highly experienced and award winning teacher with 30 years of successful experience with teaching children to read.

An added bonus section at the end of the book gives parents information on how best to read with their children. Learning to read at a young age will give your child a huge head start to their learning and develop a life long love of reading.

Reviews

  • By: Rihanna Luna

    5
    By 🎀Rjcheer_04🎀
    It's a very cool,cute,and good book. That's unusual for me to say because I'm a twelve year old girl almost thirteen years old so yeah that's interesting. All and all I gave this book a five star.
  • Relatable nonfiction

    5
    By Ilovemykatie&emily
    My daughter loved this book because she is a dog lover. We happen to have a Golden Retriever, too. The activities were engaging, challenging, and useful in assessing her comprehension and finding text evidence to support her answer. I teach first grade and will definitely be using this resource for my kiddos this 2017-2018 school year. Thank you!
  • Great book

    5
    By Corkydarkstone
    My son sat next to me and read most of the book himself he is only 6 years old and just starting out on reading and he had my help but read most of it by himself thank you for writing this book

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