My Red Ball tells a fun short children’s story about a red ball.
Repetition and use of sight words make this book perfect for an early reader.
Another great free children’s book from African Storybook.
Authors: Khothatso Ranoosi, Marion Drew, Illustrator: Marion Drew
Text and Images from My Red Ball – Early Reader
My red ball.
My big red ball.
I kick my ball.
I kick my red ball.
I kick my red ball hard!
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