This book takes a child beyond just letters and sounds, teaching a child how to put words together. Word families are emphasized with the rhyming text of each story. Just by learning a few sight words and CVC words from this book, your child will have a good foundation for reading. You will not be disappointed by these beautiful, high quality books...some of the best I've seen for young, emerging readers.
National Kindergarten Association
- Liz Blek
"Magic Words", the companion book to "Magic Letters", provides the next natural step for all beginning readers including those readers who gobble up each new experience with print as well as those who hesitate and/or struggle. The reader experiences an interesting series of short chapters beginning with simple word families and progresses onto more difficult sentences. Author, Julie Rebboah, provides another wonderful learning opportunity for all beginning readers, parents, and literacy coaches.
Midwest Book Review
- James Cox
"Magic Words" is a learning-to-read book for children entering kindergarten or first grade. Filled with colorful, playful illustrations and rhyming, easy word-recognition text. "Magic Words" will enable teachers and parents to encourage children to become avid readers.
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Meet the Author
Julie Rebboah has years of experience with young readers. She has been a professional educator since 1998 and has taught at an award-winning California school. In addition to classroom teaching, she has been an Early Reading Intervention instructor, an English Language Development teacher, and a private reading tutor.
She started her company, Lightning Bug Learning, to provide educational support to children and affordable educational resources for parents and teachers. These materials assist children in learning and help sharpen their reading skills.
Julie lives in Carmel, California, with her husband, Christophe, and their two children. They all love reading and sharing books together.