Young readers will connect with this amusing story's main character, who turns his living room into a private sanctuary. The color illustrations help readers follow the steps in the process of building a fort.
This book is intended for students approaching fluency in English. This poem is intended to tell a story; illustrate the idea of beginning/middle/end in a story line; and be used as an independent reading material.
Readers identify characters, setting, problem, and solution in this narrative text. The engaging content about a boy using his imagination at the park is designed to entertain even reluctant readers.
Humorous illustrations guide the reader through a variety of time consuming activities
A big car and a little car are racing up a hill. Who will win?
Two cars are racing down a hill. Who will be the winner?
Posey Plans a Party has a lot of "p-word" alliteration and asks kids to count how many "p" words are in the story. The plot portrays Posey and her family planning, assembling, and enjoying a tea party. It's a perfectly pink primer on party planning--the menu, preparations, decorations, the invitation, dress code, entertainment, activities, etc.