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Little Comics for Little Readers, Volume 3 Beginning readers will enjoy these 3 comic stories, while practicing their phonics skills. Filled with pictures, these comics engage the readers and hold their attention.
Gloria Lapin Parents, is your child just beginning to read? These 3 short comics were specifically designed for the beginning reader. The pre primer vocabulary and supportive illustrations give the new reader the opportunity to successfully read independently.
Gloria Lapin These 3 easy comics will delight beginning readers. The stories entertain while providing practice with primary sight words. The pictures support the reader and help the young reader feel success.
Gloria Lapin These three easy comics are perfect for beginning readers. The pictures and stories are entertaining, and they give the readers the opportunity to practice phonics, The stories use short vowel words with some double consonants. Beginning readers can enjoy success in reading independently.
Gloria Lapin The 4 comics in Volume 5 of Little Comics for Little Readers combine pictures, sight words, and phonics. The vocabulary is just a bit more challenging than in the earlier volumes. The pictures are still there to support the readers and help tell the story. Those who enjoyed the first 4 volumes will have fun reading volume 5.
Gloria Lapin Volume 6 is a collection of 3 very colorful comics designed for the beginning phonics student. Kindergarten and early first grade students will be proud of how they can read these stories independently. The stories are written with simple short vowel words, most of which contain only three letters. The cartoon pig, dog, and ram entertain the reader as they go through their day.
Gloria Lapin In this bright colorful comic, Gus the clown has trouble with a bug. The story is short, easy to read, and gives practice with simple short vowel words. Beginning readers will be delighted with their success in reading this comic independently.
Gloria Lapin Where Are We? is a black and white comic book written for beginning readers of all ages. The vocabulary is slightly more challenging than the Little Comics for Little Readers series. Two boys and a dog find what looks like a mirror, but it takes them on an unexpected adventure.
Gloria Lapin The three full color comics in Volume 7 are phonics based. They contain simple short vowel words, short vowel words with double final 'l' or 's,' or initial and final consonant blends. This gives the beginning reader an opportunity to read slightly more challenging words while still having the support of the comic illustrations.
The characters act out their stories in a gentle and humorous way. Whether Jill is pouring her water bottle on her dog's head to cool him off, or Ted is falling in a fountain, the stories engage the reader. I hope your beginning reader will enjoy them as much as I enjoyed creating them.
Gloria Lapin 'Back to Dogville' is the sequel to 'Where Are We?' In this book the dog comes back to get the boys because there is trouble in Dogville. The boys return to Dogville and help their friend solve a mystery. Together they carry out an inventive plan to get things back to Dogville normal.
Like 'Where Are We?'this comic book is also black and white. It is written at a first grade reading level, and focuses on primary sight word vocabulary. It is filled with supporting illustrations, and the reader is sure to chuckle at the surprise solution.
Gloria Lapin Miss Pat is a short colorful comic that provides practice for beginning readers with simple short vowel words. The antics of Miss Pat, her cat, and her cat's friend will bring a chuckle to the reader, while the bright colors will delight the eye.
Gloria Lapin "I See" is designed for the child who is just beginning to read. The vocabulary is limited to 16 frequently repeated words. This provides the practice needed to master new words and become an independent reader. The comic format and colorful supporting pictures keep the reader engaged with the text. "I See" is the first in a series of rewrites from "More Sight Word Stories," the best selling book that is no longer in print. I am reworking the stories for web presentation so that they may continue to help students along their reading journey.
Gloria Lapin "Dogs and Cats" joins the 'More Sight Words' series as the 4th book. To aid those who are just beginning to read, "Dogs and Cats" incorporates the Dolch and Fry sight words that were introduced in the first 3 books. These words are repeated, and 9 new words are added. There are a total of 106 words in this book to provide lots of practice with the vocabulary. This practice helps build mastery. To help the new reader meet with success, the number of words for each illustration is kept low. Good luck to your child on this reading journey.
Gloria Lapin "Where Are You?" is the third book in the 'More Sight Word' series. Designed for those who are just beginning to read, it uses the Dolch Basic Sight Words and the Fry Instant Words. "Where Are You" incorporates the vocabulary from the two prior books and adds 18 new words. There are a total of 134 words in this book so the vocabulary is repeated often. This purposeful repetition gives the reader the opportunity to practice and become familiar with the words.
This series comes from the best selling hard copy book "More Sight Word Stories" which is no longer in print. To keep the stories current, I am providing them in eBook format. I hope your child will find reading success with this series just as children did with the original.
Gloria Lapin This easy to read comic is written at first grade level with phonics based text. The vocabulary is comprised of short vowel words that have initial and final consonant blends. Beginning readers will be able to practice sounding out these words with the support of the colorful illustrations.
Gloria Lapin This delightful folktale, The Mitten, is retold in bright colorful, comic book format. In this Ukrainian tale, animals from the woods find a lost mitten and snuggle inside for warmth. The mitten stretches to hold them all until a sneeze causes the mitten to stretch too far. Making use of repeated word patterns, this comic book version is easy to read. Its engaging pictures will make it a favorite of beginning readers.
Gloria Lapin "I See" is designed for the child who is just beginning to read. The vocabulary is limited to 16 frequently repeated words. This provides the practice needed to master new words and become an independent reader. The comic format and supporting pictures keep the reader engaged with the text. This is the black and white version for devices that work in black and white. "I See" is the first in a series of rewrites from "More Sight Word Stories," the best selling book that is no longer in print. I am reworking the stories for web presentation so that they may continue to help students along their reading journey.
Gloria Lapin Wiley and the Hairy Man is a popular Southern U.S. folktale that has become an engaging, easy to read comic. Beginning readers will cheer Wiley on, as he and his mother outsmart the Hairy Man. The Hairy Man's magic is a powerful force, but Wiley knows how to use his head. With the support of the delightful black and white illustrations and the accessibility of the Dolch sight words, kindergarten/first grade level readers will zoom through the comic and look for more.
Gloria Lapin "3 Bears" is a comic adaptation of the well known folktale "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." This version is written especially for beginning readers and so is very easy to read. The text is comprised of only 8 different words. These 8 basic Dolch words are used over and over again, but are combined in different ways. This provides practice so that the beginning reader can master the words. The brightly colored illustrations help tell the story and give visual support. The beginning reader will undoubtedly feel pride by successfully reading "3 Bears" independently.
Gloria Lapin This Irish folktale, The Pot of Gold, is retold in comic format. The bright illustrations and controlled vocabulary make it perfect for beginning readers. They will enjoy the way the leprechaun is able to trick his way out of a tricky situation.
Gloria Lapin 'I Can' is the second in the 'More Sight Words' series. Designed for the child who is just beginning to read, this book offers frequent repetition to give the reader lots of practice with the limited vocabulary. Practice and repetition lead to mastery. The vocabulary in the book is based on the Fry Instant Word List and the Dolch Basic Sight Word List. This book uses the words introduced in book #1, 'I See' and introduces 14 new words.
'I Can' is a digital rewrite of some of the stories that first appeared in the best selling 'More Sight Word Stories' which is no longer in print. I hope this version helps your child along the reading journey just as the original hard copy helped so many beginning readers.
Gloria Lapin This colorful comic is based on a silly Welsh folktale. The man has too much to do, so he puts his cow on the grass roof to graze. What a surprising turn this takes as he tries to keep tabs on that cow. "Cow On The House" is an easy beginning reader. It is written with basic sight words at the first grade level. Children who are learning to read will enjoy being able to read the story independently.
Gloria Lapin This contemporary retelling of a middle eastern folktale is in full color and in comic format. 'Where Is The Key' is as silly as the original version. Why did the passers-by really stop to help, and why did they leave shaking their heads? The controlled vocabulary makes it easy to read, and the surprise ending brings a laugh.
Gloria Lapin This comic, "My House Is Too Full," is a retelling of the popular Yiddish folktale "It Could Always Be Worse." Feeling that his situation is too difficult, the main character seeks the advice of a wise teacher. With a funny turn of events, the man comes to find out that his situation wasn't so bad after all. Written with first grade basic sight words, this story is perfect for beginning readers.
Gloria Lapin "Big Is Not Always Better" is an adaptation of an African folk tale. Although the turtle in this story may be small, he shows that he is smart and cunning. He is able to outsmart the bigger animals. The bright color illustrations and the controlled vocabulary make this comic book engaging and easy to read.
Gloria Lapin In this full color comic book, a helpful elephant gets in a difficult situation. Fortunately the wise, yet tricky rabbit is able to help the elephant and solve the problem. The story is based on a Louisiana Creole folktale. The controlled vocabulary makes this book prefect for beginning readers.
Gloria Lapin In this folktale from India the crocodile tries to outwit the monkey, but the monkey is just too smart for him. How do the crocodile and the monkey trick each other? The story of their tricks is told with first grade level basic sight words,and illustrated in colorful comic format. There are 199 words in the story,and a picture glossary for more difficult words. The beginning reader and more the accomplished reader alike will enjoy this folktale
Gloria Lapin "This Pot Will Not Walk" is about a silly boy who thinks a 3 legged pot should be able to walk. It does have 3 legs after all. As silly as he is, he still manages to get everything to work out right. The story is an adaptation of a Puerto Rican folk tale in colorful comic format. The simple sight vocabulary makes this book perfect for beginning readers.
Gloria Lapin This comic is a retelling of the silly Danish folktale, "The Boy Who Sold The Butter." In this story the silly boy's foolish mistake brings him an unexpected reward. Written with first grade sight words, this colorful comic is easy to read and perfect for those who are learning to read.
Gloria Lapin Something Out of Nothing is a retelling of a favorite folktale. This version is perfectly suited for a beginning reader with limited sight vocabulary. The repetition and and supportive images provide the reader with a successful experience. This colorful comic adaptation modernizes the story. A grandmother makes a special coat for her granddaughter. As the girl grows, the grandmother reworks the fabric into smaller and smaller items. Finally the girl shows her creativity and remakes it into something all together different.
Gloria Lapin Learning to read can be a daunting task for some readers. Since unlocking the reading code can be difficult, it helps to have material specifically designed for beginning readers. "We Did It" contains about 100 easy to sound out short vowel words (CVC) and is filled with supportive illustrations. The comic format creates an opportunity for new readers to successfully read independently. In the spirit of cooperation two young girls build a flying saucer and launch it. They are proud of their accomplishment just as the new reader will be proud of reading independently.
Gloria Lapin The comic, "This One or That One," is an adaptation of the African-American folktale "The Mango Trees." It is the story of a young man who plants two fruit trees but has so much trouble trying to decide which fruit to eat first, that he never gets to eat any. The story gently teaches a lesson about indecision. It is a colorful, silly tale that is easy to read on a beginning first grade level.