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by Cynthia Benjamin,Jacqueline Rogers

eBook Footprints in the Snow (Hello Reader) download ISBN: 0606069828
Author: Cynthia Benjamin,Jacqueline Rogers
Publisher: Demco Media (December 1, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1641 kb
Fb2: 1822 kb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: mbr azw lrf lit
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals

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Cynthia Benjamin, Jacqueline Rogers (Goodreads Author) (Illustrator)

Cynthia Benjamin, Jacqueline Rogers (Goodreads Author) (Illustrator). A perfect book for intrepid young naturalists, this level 1 Hello Reader! introduces young children to the tracks that different animals leave in the snow as they hurry to their homes. Children first see the tracks and then follow the footprints into the homes of animals such as a deer, an owl, and a bear-as well as a little girl. This is a cute book about a rabbits footprints in the snow, good book for the winter time. Preschool and kindergarten level.

2. Footprints in the Snow (Hello Reader!, Level 1). Cynthia Benjamin; Jacqueline Rogers. Published by Cartwheel (1994).

Her titles include I AM BLESSED, BEST FRIENDS SLEEP OVER, and THE LITTLEST CHRISTMAS TREE. 2. ISBN 10: 0590466631 ISBN 13: 9780590466639.

Footprints in the Snow. by Cynthia Benjamin and Jacqueline Rogers. Pictures and simple text depict forest animals' tracks in the snow as they rush to their homes during a winter storm. Select Format: Paperback. Format:School & Library Binding. ISBN13:9780785752202. Release Date:December 1994.

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Jacqueline Rogers, Cynthia Benjamin. A perfect book for intrepid young naturalists, this level 1 Hello Reader! introduces young children to the tracks that different animals leave in the snow as they hurry to their homes

Jacqueline Rogers, Cynthia Benjamin. Scholastic Reader Level 1 This book is part of the Scholastic Reader series Scholastic Readers is an ELT series is aimed at teenagers, with titles reflecting popular film and TV series as well as coming of age classics and classic literature.

Footprints in the Snow (Hello Reader!, Level by Cynthia Benjamin and Jacqueline Rogers. Winter Picture Books for Preschool and Kindergarten kids. A list of books to read aloud at home or in your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classroom. Snowmen & Mittens. What others are saying. Footprints in the Snow (Hello Reader!, Level by Cynthia Benjamin and Jacqueline Rogers. From the writer and illustrator behind the best-selling "The Twelve Days of Kindergarten," this rambunctious and clever book will entertain both in and out of school. The Twelve Days of Winter: A School Counting Book: Deborah Lee Rose.

Footprints in the Snow (Hello Reader Series) by Cynthia Benjamin and Illustrated by Jacqueline Rogers. This is another book for early readers to enjoy as they begin reading

Footprints in the Snow (Hello Reader Series) by Cynthia Benjamin and Illustrated by Jacqueline Rogers. This is another book for early readers to enjoy as they begin reading. Different animals make unique tracks in the snow as they find their way home before a storm. Perfect Snow by Barbara Reid. Scott and Jim head off to school on a snowy day with great anticipation of perfect winter conditions for the world’s greatest snowman and the world’s greatest fort. Carol Dee, you are too funny! It is freezing here in NC too, completely unusual. Hopefully you can enjoy slush in no time! (and maybe some of these books!) Reply. Leave a Reply Cancel reply.

Written by. Cynthia Benjamin. LEX 0-100 (5 items) list by paulalorrainea. Published 13 years ago. View all Footprints in the Snow (Hello Reader!, Level 1) lists. Manufacturer: Cartwheel Release date: 1 December 1994 ISBN-10 : 0590466631 ISBN-13: 9780590466639.

Pictures and simple text depict forest animals' tracks in the snow as they rush to their homes during a winter storm
Comments: (7)
Lo◘Ve
short story but amazing watercolor illustrations. We checked this book out at the library and my 4 year old insisted that we never return it so I purchased it for him. He loves loves LOVES THIS simple story.
Zeli
great book for small kid
Bynelad
good story and just what i was looking for to read to my students, nice pictures of animals also thanks
Mr.Death
There is a plethora of "easy to read books" out there, that may be easy enough for kids to read, but also impress upon their young minds that "books are boring".
Hey, some of the easy reader type books out there I even have a hard time reading outloud, because NOBODY talks like that!
This is a jem hidden among them. This is a real book, just like Frog and Toad, or HUG (Jez Alborough)
Don't let the easy reader glow sticker fool you.
Not only is it a beautifull book, but it is WAY easier to read than most easy readers (which seam to all be for kids who already can read - to learn to read you "must" commit yourself to even more boring letter repition - not actual *words*.)
It has easily taught my 2 year old to recognize the word "home" - which then has led (in my older kids) to recognizing similar words that look and sound a lot like home.
Spontaneous self taught reading is the best, and this is one of the few books available out there which encourage it - encouraging the love of reading as well!
It has been said that the person who doesn't read is no better off than the person who can't. I wish there were more easy good books to remedy this sad situation!

I also love her "Footprints in the Sand" depicting desert creatures. Wonderfull together! (Even if you can read - which is the golden rule of thumb to recognize a good easy to read book.)
Authis
This one is quite well done and is an excellent choice for the entry level reader. The text is quite simple, easy to follow and to the point, yet is, for some reason, very peaceful. You actually enjoy listening to the child read. I cannot say enough about the delightful paintings of the various animals in this book. Technically, the artist in spot on the money. I note that each picture leaves plenty of room open for discussion with the child as they read the book, or better yet, after they have read it several times. This is certainly one you will want to add to your child's library or your school library. Highly recommend this one.
Kezan
Another nice early childhood book with soft, pretty winter scenes/artwork, the inner illustrations are more pretty than even the cover with gentle winter snow. It concludes with a positive message of comfort and love. It is the type of book that helps children feel secure. It will also help them get to know different types of animals and their habitats. A warm, loving book for young children worth having at home or the classroom. Good to read to PreK children, or for early readers in K or early 1st grade.
I'm a Russian Occupant
This book may seem a little slow, but my students constantly ask me to read it with them. It is very easy to read, but incorporates many elements. There are action words like "stomp" and "scurry" (and "hop" and "runs" and "walk") and there are the animals themselves. After I read a page, I point to the animal and ask, "What is it?" and they answer. There are a few tricky animals in here like beaver, fox and squirrel. I find myself enjoying this book because it depicts an area similar to where my students live.
In this beautiful book readers follow a variety of different wild animals home, as they seek shelter from a winter snowstorm. Vivid watercolor illustrations by Jacqueline Rogers set this level 1 beginning reader apart from others. Rogers uses contrasting warm and cold hues to distinguish between the cold outdoors during a winter storm and the coziness of home. Her realistic renderings will satisfy even the toughest critic, each page a new masterpiece. Young readers, especially animal lovers, will not only be captivated by the illustrations, but will also find Benjamin's simple text a comfort. Repetitive words and theme, and use of various action verbs keep the reader interested. More complex words are kept for the latter part of the book. This book will remind all readers of how peaceful yet powerful nature is. It is the perfect book to enjoy while curled up with a cup of hot chocolate on a cold winter day.