So Many Houses by Hester T. Bass is the perfect story for parents and teachers to help start new readers on the road to learning. Bass uses simple repetitive text and rhyming words to help young readers build confidence and sight-word recognition. The bold illustrations by Alik Azoumanian are simple, yet very well suited to the tone of the book. Houses is also an excellent book to introduce to young students starting Social Studies.
A wonderful, simple introduction to diversity in living spaces, So Many Houses is certain to become a favorite of young children, parents, and teachers as little ones begin to explore the world of reading and discover unique and interesting places and spaces.
- Additional Information
ISBN 0516249991 EAN 9780516249995 Target Group 5 to 7 years Publisher Children's Press (CT) Publish Date Sep 1, 2006 Copyright Date Jan 1, 1970 Binding Paperback
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- One of those readers you'll enjoy together over and over again
As a parent and former teacher, I appreciate this book for its wonderful, simple style, and warm, inviting colors. As an avid reader, I appreciate it for its ability to take its young readers on a brand new journey to learn about places and spaces where they've likely never been before.
A charming first reader, So Many Houses introduces a number of key reading words with flowing, fun-to-read text accompanied by beautiful illustrations. It provides a simple introduction to diversity which children will find interesting and parents may enjoy just as much as their little ones.
A lovely gift for any child in your life, So Many Houses is deserving of a place on the table next to your rocking chair or the shelf next to your little one’s bed. It’s one of those readers you’ll enjoy together over and over again.