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Richard Scarry's Best Little Word Book Ever!

by Richard Scarry

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Best Little Word Book Ever!, by Richard Scarry, really is the best little word book for children. It is about a Huckle Cat and his friend Lowly who is a worm. Huckle shows the reader; clothes, his house, his kitchen, the busy street, the supermarket, a farm, and shipyard, and many other places. On each page he describes the place a little bit, and then there are words under places, things, and people in the pictures describing what they are. At the end of the book, the alphabet is shown with a word that start with a specific that letter and a picture of the word. This book is very educational for children to learn letters, words, and name if things and places. Richard Scarry was a children’s author and illustrator. He published over 300 books that have been translated into thirty different languages. He is most famous for his series of books about Busytown. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Scarry
  afstimpson | Oct 5, 2009 |
Richard Scarry's "Best Little Word Book Ever" is a wonderful word for teaching! It is about Huckle Cat and his friends and family! Every page is filled with pictures and vocabulary words, from clothing, food, and ways of transportation. Great for small group and/or individual reading/learning. It is for Pre-K - 1st maybe 2nd grade.
  lhkitchens | Sep 16, 2009 |
Huckle Cat carries you through the book with great emphasis on words. You learn the names of everyday items with pictures to go along with them. Toward the end of the book there is the complete alphabet with Huckle's friends and other things. At the very end of the book Huckle has all his body parts named.
http://www.randomhouse.com/kids/richardscarry/ is a super website that has a list of Scarry's books and get narratives to go along with them so you can choose books best for your children and class.
  LASwindle | Sep 3, 2009 |
This book is full of words and pictures for children that are learning to read. It is a great book for preschoolers. In the back it has the alphabet with pictures and words to help the child learn.
  srgrammer | Feb 21, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0307001369, Hardcover)

Huckle Cat, Lowly Worm, and Goldbug guide children on a point-and-learn journey through the words around them.

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Labeled pictures introduce the members of the Cat family, their good friend Lowly Worm, their house, their food, and their drives downtown, to the airport, and to the harbor.

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