My preschool-age grandchildren thoroughly enjoyed ‘reading’ the book! And I enjoyed hearing them each tell the story in their own words.
You’ll love sharing this book with your preschooler. Because the story is told in pictures, reading it together is a lot more fun than you ever imagined.
Bruce Lansky’s wordless picture book is a smart way to prepare children for reading. It can help build their capacity for reading comprehension before they tackle phonics and try to read words.
“The fluency gains these engaging reading lessons have produced are outstanding.”
Wow, I’m smiling from ear to ear! I never knew wordless picture books could be so engaging!
“It’s not surprising that the most entertaining remedial reading program would motivate students to read better.”
“What an amazing fluency program! My students were excited to start these lessons. But I was shocked by how quickly m students’ reading improved. As soon as they realized they were starting to improve—that motivated them to improve even more.”
“Within a week of starting this intervention, one of my most challenging students went from an ‘I hate reading’ attitude to saying, ‘Can I read this poem to you?’ It was amazing.”