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Monday, May 4, 2015

How To Read a Story by Kate Messner and Mark Siegel (Illustrations)



Release Date - May 5, 2015

Kate Messner
Mark Siegel
Chronicle Kids

Book Review by Tracy Farnsworth

How To Read a Story is a very simplistic, easy-to-follow guide for youngsters. It covers tips for reading that range from sounding out words to finding a comfortable spot, regardless if that spot is inside or outside. There's also a story within a story. As the reader learns tips for reading a story, he or she also enjoys a story about a princess and dragon that the boy within the story is reading.

With colorful images, simple vocabulary, and shorter sentences, this is a great book for a beginning reader. I think many parents will find it to be a beneficial read.


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