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by Joanne Oppenheim

eBook Do You Like Cats? (Bank Street Level 1*) download ISBN: 055337107X
Author: Joanne Oppenheim
Publisher: Bank Street (January 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1294 kb
Fb2: 1613 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Do You Like Cats? book. Do You Like Cats? (Bank Street Level 1 ). ISBN. 055337107X (ISBN13: 9780553371079).

Do You Like Cats? book.

book by Joanne Oppenheim.

Level 1 (BANK STREET READY-T0-READ) Library Binding – January 1, 1998. If only there were some consistency to the levels assigned to early readers. This is one of those books that is misleadingly labled for a very beginning reader

Level 1 (BANK STREET READY-T0-READ) Library Binding – January 1, 1998. by. Joanne Oppenheim (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. This is one of those books that is misleadingly labled for a very beginning reader. I expected better from Bank Street (a celebrated teachers college). This book contains some simple vocabulary but mixed in with a variety of much more difficut words like "Burmese" and "Russian" and "meowling".

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FOLLOW THAT FISH (Bank Street Ready to Read, Level 2) Hardcover – March 1, 1990 by Joanne Oppenheim (Author) like ne. Did you scroll all this way to get facts about level 1 books?

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Lean and tough alley cats, primped-up Persians, and everything in between--what's your favorite kind of cat? In playful, rhythmic rhymes and warm, colorful illustrations, here is a fun read-aloud featuring the world's most popular pet!
Comments: (4)
Naril
If only there were some consistency to the levels assigned to early readers. This is one of those books that is misleadingly labled for a very beginning reader. I expected better from Bank Street (a celebrated teachers college). This book contains some simple vocabulary but mixed in with a variety of much more difficut words like "Burmese" and "Russian" and "meowling". Additionally, nearly every page features long strings of hyphenated words like: "Do you like stray cats-roaming-night-and-day cats, nameless-on-their-own cats, haven't-got-a-home cats, independent lone cats?" Sorry but that sentence structure is just too dense and frustrating for children who "are just beginning to read words or phrases" (according to the back cover). It's is always tough for parents to find true level-appropriate books for early readers that won't leave their child frustrated and defeated. I'm afraid this one won't help
Black_Hawk_Down.
Excellent
Gnng
This is a wonderful picture book for young children who love cats. The full-color illustrations are realistic and beautiful. I especially like the one showing five cats with their eyes glowing in the dark. The book was criticized for having vocabulary too difficult for beginning readers, and as a former teacher, I agree. But the first page of my edition indicates that it is not intended for beginning readers. It says that Level 3 books in the Bank Street series are for "children who can read independently." Level 2 is for "children who are just beginning to read by themselves but may need a little help." Level 1, which includes this book, features "read-alouds for children who are...getting ready to read." This tells me that, while some children will be able to read this book, it is intended to be read aloud to youngsters who have not yet reached that level. As such, it will help them learn about cats, add to their vocabulary, and possibly gain some word recognition. It will also give them the pleasure of looking at delightful cat pictures. Young children should not be expected to read this book, but they can be expected to love it.
YSOP
Great book...until the last page. Why on Earth does the book end with a message about "I prefer a puppy"?? Ugh, I did not appreciate the irony.