Series: Phonics readers
A series of fun stories using very simple synthetic phonic-based text. Synthetic phonic learning is the process of reading by sounding the individual sounds of a word and then blending them together to read the word as a whole. With fold out flaps to make the reading experience more interactive. Written in conjunction with an educational psychology expert.
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“Review of Shark in the Park”
It was a very good book to read. I really enjoyed the pictures as well as the words and it had a very funny ending and best of all, I was able to read all the words because I had learned them in school.
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