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Posted January 16, 2010
A Picture Paints A Thousand Words
The wonderful pictures grab attention. Creativity flows as the young reader tells his or her version of the story following the sequence of events without realizing they are learning at the same time. The reader not recognizing words still has the satisfaction of "reading" the book by himself or herself. I read Carl books with my son when he was a toddler and now my grandson also wants to read each of the Carl books at least a dozen times daily. Not only is it amazing to see a child so enthused about a book but the best part is that my son and grandson both told the story they saw but the words out of their mouths make it two different stories and the story has evolved into more detail as vocabulary and understanding has evolved. Carl's a loveable dog, the story the toddlerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.