Biscuit Visits the Big City (My First I Can Read Series)by Alyssa Satin Capucilli, Pat Schories
The city is a big and busy place for a little puppy--there are tall buildings, honking cars, and all kinds of new friends to make!
Children's LiteratureBiscuit, that adorable little yellow puppy, and his little girl owner, have gone to the big city to visit their friend Jack. This is Biscuit's first time in the big city, and there is so much to see and do. But as his little girl owner points out the sightstall buildings, big buses, and lots and lots of peopleBiscuit seems most interested in making new friends, especially with the pigeons. A "My First I Can Read Book," Biscuit's story is told in simple, easy to understand text, with only one or two sentences per page, and lots of word repetition. "Woof, woof," or "Coo, coo," both fun words to say, appear on almost every page. Fun, colorful illustrations portraying Biscuit's playful nature as he chases the pigeons through the city, enhance the text. Like the other Biscuit adventures before it, this simple picture-word combination make this book an ideal choice for sharing with the emergent reader. 2006, HarperCollins Publishers, Ages 3 to 5.
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I love these books. When I was little my frend got me this book.
fun to read together. My daughter loves this series and this is one of her favorites of the series.