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by Stephen Cartwright,Phil Roxbee Cox

ePub Goose on the Loose (Usborne Easy Words to Read) download
Author:
Stephen Cartwright,Phil Roxbee Cox
ISBN13:
978-0746044872
ISBN:
0746044879
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Publisher:
Usborne Publishing Ltd; 1st American Edition edition (June 29, 2001)
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Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
ePub file:
1552 kb
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1364 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
331

Goose on the Loose book. Goose on the Loose (Usborne Easy Words to Read). Goose on the loose is lots of fun. I love the rhyming and the goose being silly.

Goose on the Loose book. 0439381223 (ISBN13: 9780746044865). It was made especially fun having a big silly gosling read this to me!

Phil Roxbee Cox. Illustrator.

Phil Roxbee Cox. Although he doesn't read yet (aged 3) he loves books and is beginning to want to know what the words say thanks to these simple, funny books. A funny and lively book which he enjoys again and again.

Goose on the Loose Phonics Board Book (Usborne Easy Words to Read). Author(s): Phil Roxbee Cox, Stephen Cartwright (Illustrator). Published September 27th 2002 by Usborne Publishing Ltd. Board book, 10 pages. ISBN: 0746044879 (ISBN13: 9780746044872).

Goose on The Loose (Usborne Phonics Readers) Phil Roxbee Cox 0794515053 . Usborne Books & More The newest addition to the Easy Words t. This is a great book fo. .

Goose on The Loose (Usborne Phonics Readers) Phil Roxbee Cox 079451794515058 - For beginner readers - phonics-based text is cleverly blended with a funny story- Includes phonics guide for parents. and some pages have fold-out flaps. Usborne Books & More. Goose on the Loose - phonics book - part of the library bound Foundational Skills Collection. Illustrator: Stephen Cartwright. The newest addition to the Easy Words t. This is a great book for beginning readers and preschoolers to start to learn to read!

Author: Phil Roxbee Cox, Stephen Cartwright. A title in the new EASY WORDS TO READ series containing fold-out flaps which give the reader a chance to guess what will happen next. Illustrated in full colour by Stephen Cartwright.

Author: Phil Roxbee Cox, Stephen Cartwright. Paperback published 2001-06-29 by Usborne Publishing Lt.

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by Phil Roxbee Cox (Author), Stephen Cartwright (Illustrator). I was fortunate to happen upon this book-my 21 month old son loves it and asks for it by name every night. Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd (June 29, 2001). It's has the kind of story that keeps kids engaged, and has a fun ending that even parents will enjoy. The rhyming text makes it great fun for kids to complete sentences as we go.

Full of easy words to rhyme and repeat, this first phonics story will delight . Words to rhyme, flaps to flip and cute pictures to make you happy. Usborne Phonics Readers.

Full of easy words to rhyme and repeat, this first phonics story will delight newcomers to reading. This funny story helps you learn your phonics faster. It’s full of simple words to rhyme and repeat, plus lifting flaps and exciting colour artwork. It’s never been easier to practise the phonic word sounds that help you start reading. Phil Roxbee Cox. Philip Roxbee Cox is well known as a children’s non-fiction writer, but his career as a fiction author is now taking off. His latest children’s fiction title, Awful End has received much critical acclaim.

Goose on The Loose (Usborne Phonics Readers). This book is a great way to build confidence when he's reading

Goose on The Loose (Usborne Phonics Readers). Sam Sheep Can't Sleep (Easy Words to Read). This book is a great way to build confidence when he's reading. Some of the words he still can't make out, but there are a few sentences that he can read in their entirety, and the smile on his face when he does is priceless.

This illustrated easy reader blends a phonic-based text with a funny story and is designed to help children crack the reading code with ease.
  • Great beginning reader

  • I was fortunate to happen upon this book--my 21 month old son loves it and asks for it by name every night. It's has the kind of story that keeps kids engaged, and has a fun ending that even parents will enjoy. The rhyming text makes it great fun for kids to complete sentences as we go. Plus, there is the added feature of there being a small duck bystander on nearly every page, which is great fun for children this age to find, over and over...

  • The Usbourne Phonics Readers are the fourth or fifth series of level one books we've tried and they are simply outstanding. My first grader loves the stories and illustrations, and the most amazing this is, he is able to read more challenging words in these books than others. They have just the right amount of words on each page, and they all seem to flow so well.

    Clearly, alot of thought has gone into producing these materials. They have made reading a joy for my son and we are so grateful.

  • My five-year old is really enjoying practicing reading with this book and others in the series. The phonically arranged words (similar sounds in each book) help her to get through them, the stories are amusing, and the pictures engaging. The flaps and 'hidden ducks' keep it enjoyable too. So I highly recommend these, to anyone with young readers at home.

  • My 15 month son loves this book. Of course it may have something to do with the main character being a goose. He loves geese. He also greatly enjoys the farm animals in the story. The flaps on the pages are easy to open and are very durable. At this time is unable to tear of the flaps unlike other flap books we own.

  • The storyline is a little boring, but the rhyming in the book is great for all ages of beginning readers. We read it often when he was around 2, and now he is 3 1/2 years old, and we read it now as well. He likes it ok, but he really likes the rhyming.

  • The bottom line is, kids love books with rhymes in them. My own children's favorite was a book with the unlikely title (I think) "Spinach, spinach. I love spinach." Goose on the Loose works too.

  • If you have a toddler buy this one. I do suggest supervised reading with all lift the flap books. Cute story. Little ones love rhymes and predictable phrases. Before you know it they are filling in the words faster than you can read them.