A fun counting theme introduces young readers to the concept of homophones.
New readers are introduced to homophones found in nature.
Eve and Grace find homophones on a farm, such as the sight of a horse’s braid and the sound of a donkey that brayed.
Beginning readers are introduced to verb and noun homophone pairings in this fun reader!
A fun zoo theme introduces young readers to sets of three homophones, such as to, too, and two, and bye, by, and buy.
A fun sports theme introduces young readers to the concept of homophones.
In 2002, a tiny, golden puppy was born without one of her front legs. Her other front leg was badly deformed, leaving her unable to walk. The Stringfellow family adopted the puppy and named her Faith. However, they worried that little Faith might never be able to walk on her own. As Faith got older and stronger, the Stringfellows helped her to balance on her hind legs. Eventually, they used peanut butter to coax her to walk all by herself on only two legs! This is just one of the many inspiring stories found in Disabled Dogs. Some dogs, like Faith, are missing legs, while others do not have the ability to see or hear. Whatever the challenge, young readers will be amazed at how these dogs are able to lead full and active lives, and provide hope to people who have similar disabilities. With dramatic, full-color photos of these extra-special canines, this book is sure to warm the hearts of dog lovers everywhere.