More Things You Might See: A Rhyming Picture Book for Kids Learning to Read

More Things You Might See: A Rhyming Picture Book for Kids Learning to Read

by Steve Hodge

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Overview

This is the follow-up to "Things You Might See," which became a #1 Bestseller the month it was released.

Every child will enjoy "More Things You Might See" whether they're learning to read or aren't quite there yet. Using simple, brightly-colored drawings and often funny rhymes, you'll read the text accompanying each drawing and point out the last word in each rhyme at the same moment your child guesses the rhyme, making the book a fun interactive experience for both of you. Some of the things you and your child will see and read about are a feather on your toes and a ladybug on your nose, a queen and king on their thrones and a dinosaur made out of bones, a spider and a mouse and a hippo on a house.

With lots of colorful drawings and fun rhymes, your child will enjoy the time they spend with you each time you share the book together while taking some of his or her important early steps toward learning to read.

"More Things You Might See," like its predecessor, is a #1 Bestseller as well as becoming the #1 "Hot New Release" in its children's book category the month it was released.

Be sure to check out "Things You Might See #3," this books successor, which is also a #1 Bestseller.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781493597710
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/13/2013
Series: Things You Might See , #2
Pages: 38
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.10(d)

About the Author

A former educator and graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute, Steve Hodge's rhyming picture books have entertained thousands of children all around the world and helped guide countless kids onto the path toward learning to read.

Many of Steve's books became #1 Bestsellers within days of their publication and several were chosen #1 "Hot New Release" the months they were published.

Visit Steve's blog to learn more about him, see new drawings for his upcoming books, try to guess the answers to his riddles and have some fun!

Steve's blog can be found at:

http://stevehodgeblog.blogspot.com

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