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by Jenny Tyler,Stephen Cartwright

eBook Hen's Pens (Easy Words to Read) download ISBN: 0794515061
Author: Jenny Tyler,Stephen Cartwright
Publisher: Usborne Pub Ltd; Revised edition (December 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 16
ePub: 1260 kb
Fb2: 1324 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Hen's Pens (Paperback). Published December 1st 2006 by Usborne Books. Hen's Pens (Usborne Easy Words to Read). Published September 27th 2002 by Usborne Publishing Ltd. Board book, 12 pages.

Hen's Pens (Paperback). Stephen Cartwright (Illustrator). ISBN: 0794503039 (ISBN13: 9780794503031).

She is such a busy little hen and the results of her artistic efforts are humorous. If you have a 4 or 5 year old who is just on the cusp of reading these books will be a big help. I am a great believer in reading phonics books to children and books that rhyme and have great sound. When you read to them and talk about what is the same in words, they will make the connection. It's beautifully illustrated, colorful and pretty soon they will be reading it to you. It's a book that is easy enough for them to carry around with them.

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I'm going to read it now!" There was a copy on the desk by the door. Clifford grabbed it and raced for the front stairs. He put down Julia's book, reached over to the shelf and pulled out the dusty manuscript of his own first effort. Then he began to read aloud. Clifford put the manuscript on the table on top of the book. For a long time he sat quietly. Then he put the book in his lap and left the manuscript on the table and began to read them, page against page. He had his answer in ten minutes. And then he went back downstairs.

I bought this book because everyone is raving about how awesome Usborne books are. I'm looking for some easy readers for my 5 year old to read by herself

I bought this book because everyone is raving about how awesome Usborne books are. I'm looking for some easy readers for my 5 year old to read by herself. I felt like this book was something that should be in board book format and is geared more to the under . crowd.

Illustrator: Stephen Cartwright. Author: Phil Roxbee Cox.

Children who have just learned to read can enjoy the lively stories with very little guidance from an adult, gaining the experience and enthusiasm they need to become fully confident readers. Illustrator: Stephen Cartwright.

They say they have stopped reading books due to their busy way of life Some people say that they have little spare time and that is why they prefer watching a film to reading a book.

They say they have stopped reading books due to their busy way of life. According to some people, reading is a waste of time. They prefer getting all the information they need from television, radio, and the Internet. Some people say that they have little spare time and that is why they prefer watching a film to reading a book. What is more, watching a film is much easier than reading a book because you don't have to use your imagination. To sum up, it's up to you to decide whether to read a book or to watch its film version.

Hen uses her colored pens to draw on any surface she can find on the farm, but what she likes best is to make zigzag patterns, in a text with movable flaps.
Comments: (6)
Shak
We bought three books; Sheep Can't Sleep, Shark in the Park and Pig on a Dig for our grandson for Christmas. He is just beginning to read and we thought these would be a great addition to his library. Wow! We are so impressed. The story lines are great, the pictures are beautifully done and because the same characters appear in all of the books, he was engaged and wanted to read them over and over. The use of phonics gave him the courage to READ OUT LOUD. Great books.
Aria
My daughter really liked this book when she stayed at the hospital, but I should of made sure it was the board book, that one was more interactive.
Steel_Blade
Very good book for kndg
Eigeni
We are big fans of the Usborne Phonics Readers series. They are perfect for beginning readers. We have the entire series and lend them to friends and neighbors whose children are learning English. I read them to my 3 year old but my 6 year old reads them herself. Of all the books in the series, Hen's Pens is my favorite. She is such a busy little hen and the results of her artistic efforts are humorous.

If you have a 4 or 5 year old who is just on the cusp of reading these books will be a big help.
Inabel
I love these books. I am a great believer in reading phonics books to children and books that rhyme and have great sound. When you read to them and talk about what is the same in words, they will make the connection. It's beautifully illustrated, colorful and pretty soon they will be reading it to you. It's a book that is easy enough for them to carry around with them. Great stocking stuffer.
DART-SKRIMER
This is a really cheaply made board book, it reminds me of the books that you pick up for a dollar at Target. The "flaps" are simply cardstock glued to the page that you can flip open. The story line is short and lame.