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by Holly Keller

eBook The Hat (Green Light Readers Level 1) download ISBN: 0152051783
Author: Holly Keller
Publisher: Green Light Readers; 1-Simul edition (March 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 24
ePub: 1123 kb
Fb2: 1659 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

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Love Green Light Readers for emergent/early readers. All of a sudden the wind picks up and blows Pam's hat away. Follow Dan and Pam as they try to catch the hat! The book is part of the green light readers series. Young children will feel a since of pride when completing the book.

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Pam has a hat-until the wind blows it away  . The Hat. Holly Keller.

Created exclusively for beginning readers by some of the biggest and .

Created exclusively for beginning readers by some of the biggest and brightest names in children’s books. Reinforces reading skills your child is learning in school, Encourages children to read-and finish-books by them. ore. Shelve The Hat. Want to Read.

HOLLY KELLER has illustrated many popular science picture books, including Growing Like Me by Anne Rockwell and . Series: Green Light Readers Level 1. Paperback: 24 pages.

HOLLY KELLER has illustrated many popular science picture books, including Growing Like Me by Anne Rockwell and Air Is All Around You by Franklyn M. Branley, as well as several previous Green Light Readers. She lives in New Haven, Connecticut. Age Range: 4 - 7 years. Grade Level: Preschool - 2.

HOLLY KELLER has illustrated many popular science picture books, including Growing Like Me by Anne . Bibliographic information. The Hat Green Light Readers Level 1 Series Green Light reader OPL easy beginner books. Branley, as well as several Green Light Readers. Keller, Holly. 1st Green Light readers ed. Ages 4-6; Grade: K-1; Guided Reading Level: B; Reading Recovery Level: . Simple text tells how Dan helps Pam find her lost hat. Notes. no page number in the book.

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The Green Hat perfectly reflects the atmosphere of the 1920s-the post-war fashion for verbal smartness, youthful .

The Green Hat perfectly reflects the atmosphere of the 1920s-the post-war fashion for verbal smartness, youthful cynicism, and the spirit of rebellion of the "bright young things" of Mayfair. Iris Storm, femme fatale, races around London and Europe in her yellow Hispano-Suiza surrounded by romantic intrigue, but beneath the glamour she is destined to be a tragic heroine. A perfect synecdoche, in fact: as the hat is to the woman, so the words of the title are to an entire literary style.

Green Light Readers level 1. 1. By David McPhail a. .Green Light Readers 2. By Flor Ada a. Daniels Mystery Egg 2. Keith. Big Pig and Little Pig b. Dot and Bob c. Big brown bear d. Rick is sick e. Jack and rick 2. By Alex Moran a. Six Silly Foxes b. Come Here, Tiger c. Sam and Jack d. Popcorn 3. By David Williams a. The Picnic b. Tick Tock 4. By Alma Flor Ada a. Daniels Pet 5. By Keith Baker a. Sometimes 6. By Tim Bowers a. A New Home b. Kristi Butler c. A Big Surprise 7. By Holly Keller a. What I see b. The Hat c. The Van 8. Other a. Get up, rick b. Sids surprise c. Cloudy day/sunny day d. Peedi e. Booboo f. Gideon g. Jan has a doll h. The Big big. wall i. Sam.

Pam has a hat--until the wind blows it away. Will she and her friend Dan be able to catch it?
Comments: (3)
Juce
Love Green Light Readers for emergent/early readers. They definitely have a variation in terms of range/ability, but fairly consistent in level of reading for emergent readers!
Flamekiller
Good simple book for the beginning reader. Cute story, great pictures.
Grotilar
Good friends Pam and Dan are out enjoying a play date in the park. Pam is wearing a great red hat. All of a sudden the wind picks up and blows Pam's hat away. Follow Dan and Pam as they try to catch the hat!

The book is part of the green light readers series. Young children will feel a since of pride when completing the book. There are very few words per page and the story moves at a fast pace.

The book is great for readers who are learning to read on their own. The story ends but not the book. It has a craft idea and discussion questions to ask after reading.