Slow and Fast

Slow and Fast

by Alvin Granowsky, Mary Lonsdale

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Children's Literature
A car goes fast and so does a cheetah. What goes slow? That same car caught in a traffic jam and a snail. Granowsky provides comparisons to explain the concept of fast versus slow using examples that kids will be familiar with. The text contains plenty of pictures and drawings to get the concept across. The final spread has pictures and words that relate to speed. Each book in the "My World" series is designed to help readers become writers. To that end there is a writing activity�usually in the form of a question that can help kids launch their story. 2001, Copper Beech Books/Millbrook Press,
— Marilyn Courtot

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