Little Comics: Where Are We?

Little Comics: Where Are We?

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by Gloria Lapin
     
 

Where Are We? is a black and white comic book written for beginning readers of all ages. The vocabulary is slightly more challenging than the Little Comics for Little Readers series.
Two boys and a dog find what looks like a mirror, but it takes them on an unexpected adventure.

Overview

Where Are We? is a black and white comic book written for beginning readers of all ages. The vocabulary is slightly more challenging than the Little Comics for Little Readers series.
Two boys and a dog find what looks like a mirror, but it takes them on an unexpected adventure.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011272332
Publisher:
Gloria Lapin
Publication date:
04/15/2011
Series:
Little Comics for Little Readers
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
104,121
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
5 - 11 Years

Meet the Author

Gloria Lapin, M.Ed is a retired elementary school teacher, principal, consultant, and presenter. She is the author of supplementary educational reading materials, and enjoys creating beginning reading comics. She has returned to college in fine arts to improve her illustration skills so her comics will be even more engaging.

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Little Comics Where Are We? 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When two little boys discover a strange mirror in a local park, it is only natural they would look into it. Except instead of seeing a reflection... the children and their canine companion are transported magically to an odd place. It turns out the trio have arrived in Dogville, a dimension in which dogs speak English and live as most humans would live on Earth. The boys' dog tells them that in order to explore Dogville, they must be kept on a leash! The kids do not like this treatment, but their dog wishes to stay. Can the friends and the dog find a solution? Or will one species be doomed to life as a pet to the other? The story is wonderfully short and simple yet the storyline is enchanting to kids and parents alike. My sons, aged 3 and 8, love all of the Little Comics, and the 8-year-old reads them by himself on my Nook. However, "Where Are We?" is at a slightly more difficult reading level; as the other Little Comics feature random alliterations, simple rhymes, and extremely beginning words that do not exceed 2 syllables. "Where Are We?" has more challenging vocabulary perfect for newly independent readers, less rhyme, and a more complex plot than the pigs trying on wigs and snacking on figs that the rest of the series includes. I recommend this story and its sequel "Return to Dogville" for parents looking for read-alouds or young children looking for books at a first to third grade reading level.
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I love how it was free but i didnt like how you couldnt use it for long its great fir young readers ages 6-8 but not for me
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Not good not bad
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I love this book
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Gloria is a smart and talented woman who likes what she does. She likes writing childrens books, they are short and sweet and something about them makes me pay attention. She knows what draws the readers attention. I am not an author or an editor, but a child who thinks she is the best childrens book author yet.
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I bought a bunch of theses books and there for 1*2*3* and 4 and im 9
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