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That's not Thabi - that's a hippopotamus -Early Reader Cover

That’s Not Thabi! That’s a hippopotamus – Early reader – Lucy’s sister Thabi’s missing. Everywhere she looks there’s only a bothersome hippopotamus. Where can Thabi be? A fun short picture book with great repetition for early readers and reading to toddlers. Another great creative commons children’s picture book brought to us by BookDash. Illustrated by Mbongeni …

 
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An amazingly cute book about a baby jaguar, from Mustard Seed Books. This book has 84 words, and is levelled at Guided Reading Level D. It’s recommended for classroom or homeschool use for kindergarten/foundation and early grades, or for early ESL readers. By: Mustard Seed  

 
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all sorts of cars

Blue cars, yellow cars, fancy cars, classic cars – even a bus! This book really has all sorts of cars, with beautiful colourful photos and drawings to go with it – ideal for car mad toddlers, and the simple repetitive text makes it great for young children just beginning on their journey of learning to read. Compiled …

 
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In A Very Busy Day a little girl goes to the shops with her Mama, they visit a great many places, groceries, shoes, and more. The text also explores opposites as descriptors, the predictability and repetition make it nice for an early reader. Sample Text from A Very Busy Day Today is a very busy …

 
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where the animals are

Where Are The Animals is a short book about animals and where they live. Perfect for learning to read, sight words, and reading with very young children. Total words 48, 8 pages, a guided reading level B. This is another great creative commons book, brought to you by Mustard seed books. This book for beginner readers …

 
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Searching for adventure Ann-Nem-Oh-Nee feels rather lonely on her rock and yearns for adventure. A chance friendship with a hermit crab offers her an opportunity that works well for both of them. If you are looking for a short fun story about friendship, especially for children that love the ocean and sea creatures, this beautifully illustrated …

 
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Curious but forgetful monster Nikeriff is anxious to remember his alphabet, and heads into the woods for a scavenger hunt. As he sneaks and climbs, he grabs and lassoes anything he can find from A to Z and puts them into his overstuffed wriggly sac. In the end, they bite, claw and chew their way …

 
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free children's book about shapes

Kaptain Uke is back with this fun interactive book of shapes. Bright coloured shapes are pictured with four pages for each shape. The first page asks which shape is pictured, the second provides the answer, third page asks how many sides there are, and the fourth provides the answer. A great interactive book for toddlers and …

 
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Chiu sees exciting things that others cannot – flying rockets and fish swimming on the blackboard. Ajji takes Chiu to the eye doctor to find out about her magical powers. Sample Text from Chiu’s Powers Chiu is late for school. But she cannot find her red bottle. Is that her bottle? Or is it a …

 
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Who ate all that up? Fun reading for young children

Who Ate All That Up? is a fun early reader, also providing some early lessons about the animals in the forest, biology and conservation. The cute illustrations, themes, and repetitive appearances of the ‘hungry wild boar’, will have children highly entertained. Author: Sejal Mehta Illustrator: Rohan Chakravarty This is a level one book, for beginner readers, brought to …

 
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