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Learn To Read: Get Free Hugs! - A Learn to Read Book for Kids 3-5: An Easy Early Reader Story for Beginner Readers, Toddlers and Preschoolers

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39 review for Learn To Read: Get Free Hugs! - A Learn to Read Book for Kids 3-5: An Easy Early Reader Story for Beginner Readers, Toddlers and Preschoolers

  1. 5 out of 5

    Scott Ravede

    In case you ever wanted to hug a porcupine, this book will show you how. If you’d rather just have good book for early readers, this book will also do the trick. Besides being painful to hug, Porcupine (the word) may be painful to read as well. Fortunately, that word will probably be the most challenging word for young readers. Most of the other words are fairly short and simple. Parents may scratch their heads over the capitalization style, but kids surely won’t notice. The story is about a porc In case you ever wanted to hug a porcupine, this book will show you how. If you’d rather just have good book for early readers, this book will also do the trick. Besides being painful to hug, Porcupine (the word) may be painful to read as well. Fortunately, that word will probably be the most challenging word for young readers. Most of the other words are fairly short and simple. Parents may scratch their heads over the capitalization style, but kids surely won’t notice. The story is about a porcupine that wants to be hugged, but for obvious reasons has trouble getting any takers. The solution involves a suit of armor that gets passed from animal to animal so they can hug the porcupine. You might think it would have been easier just to have the porcupine wear the suit of armor, but again, kids probably won’t be thinking about this. If they do, they should probably be reading higher level books.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Gutzwiller

    Red Bird Shows Porcupine Love It doesn't matter if this is your first Red Bird book or your next in the series, it is a joy and will teach a lesson with a 25 sight word, word bank after the story. This story is about not giving up where hugs are the final gift. The illustrations are bright page by page even on the sight word bank. I highly recommend this story for all beginning readers. Red bird heard someone crying. He looked and it was Porcupine. He was feeling bad because he wanted a hug. Red Red Bird Shows Porcupine Love It doesn't matter if this is your first Red Bird book or your next in the series, it is a joy and will teach a lesson with a 25 sight word, word bank after the story. This story is about not giving up where hugs are the final gift. The illustrations are bright page by page even on the sight word bank. I highly recommend this story for all beginning readers. Red bird heard someone crying. He looked and it was Porcupine. He was feeling bad because he wanted a hug. Red Bird said he would help. How Red Bird helped will be a surprise that I want to get back to. Happy Reading!

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