September 17, 2020 | strande
The following titles focus on sports and active play for your beginning reader.
When his best friend Sue finds a new friend at school, Pete feels dejected until Sue invites everyone to play together.
Fun-loving, mischievous Fox is late for lunch, so he hops on his skateboard. Go, Fox, go! What is this winning trickster character doing, zooming over and under and around on his skateboard? His animal friends follow him home to find out--and get a big surprise!
Daniel is having a hard time learning to catch while he plays animal ball with his friends, but Prince Tuesday tells him to keep trying.
I see a ball. The bird has the ball. The whale has the ball. The lion has the ball. Gulp! No more ball!
Pig and Cat are pals who like to bike, swim, read, and make art together. One day Pig notices Dog, who has a very interesting kite. Pig and Dog play, and Cat feels neglected and lonely. But Pig and Dog are generous souls after all; and now Pig, Cat and Dog are pals . . . who skateboard and surf!
Gerald gets serious about teaching Piggie to throw a ball, but Piggie, as usual, just wants to have fun.
Nate loves skateboarding, but Kate prefers making hats. After a rough beginning, the two opposites begin to see how they can be friends.
Andy is small. Sandy is tall. Andy is quiet. Sandy is LOUD. But when these two seemingly opposites meet at a playground one day, it might just be the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Written in simple words and short, declarative sentences, this book is perfect for little ones just learning to read on their own.