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A Day at the Zoo free pdf A Day at the Zoo is a fictional children's picture book designed for the beginner reader. A Day at the Zoo consists of short (up to 3 letters only), one syllable words. The book is designed to help children who can identify the alphabet and their associated sounds transition these letters and sounds into words. The young reader will gain confidence in reading by being able to group the sound of each letter to form small words. A Day at the Zoo also provides parents and/or others introducing reading to young children with a tool to help children understand how words are formed and learn the fundamentals of reading. A Day at the Zoo is an enjoyable story filled with colorful pictures that will make learning to read easy and exciting. The storyline and inviting pictures will make your child want to read this book over and over again. If your child is ready to move beyond pictures and flash cards, A Day at the Zoo will provide and easy to read, enjoyable first reading book for your child.

About Brenda A. Harris

Brenda A. Harris is a graduate of Illinois State University and the mother of one daughter. She enjoys seeing the excitement in her daughter as she learns to form words and read. She has dedicated this book to her daughter Dania, who is the inspiration behind A Day at the Zoo Brenda and Dania live in Bolingbrook, Illinois.

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Author : Brenda A. Harris
Publisher : Trafford Publishing
Data Published : 07 October 2004
ISBN : 1412034736
EAN : 9781412034739
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 16 pages
Age + : 2-4 years
Language : English
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