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See Otto (Ready-to-Read. Pre-Level 1)

by David Milgrim

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This is the first in the series, but it's not as good as the one I read first. Cute enough though. I guess I just didn't see a rhino chasing the MC through the jungle as very original (or good science). And we don't meet Pip yet. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
This Ready-to-Read book puts a new character, Otto the robot, in the standard learning to read with sight word books. The repetitive words will help the young reader as they begin reading on their own. Otto has a lot happen to him in this story and the illustrations will help the reader understand what is happening, especially while decoding words as well. Large type, lots of space between sentences and words that are written to help describe their meaning, such as the sentence “Fall, fall, fall.” written in descending order, are also helpful to the young reader. Recommended for those beginning to read on their own and those practicing sight words in context. ( )
  shookrl | Oct 22, 2012 |
This is a book for early readers to start reading. Its about a robot named Otto who is a blue robot with a red nose. He leaves in a spaceship and soon after that he runs out of gas and falls down to early where he runs into different types of things that he isnt familiar with. ( )
  kathryn123 | Oct 9, 2012 |
See Otto is a beginner's early reader that features Otto, a little blue robot with a bright red nose. It begins with Otto leaving on a space ship. His ship runs out of gas and he crashes to earth where he meets and runs from a rhinosaurus. He then encounters a couple of easy-going monkeys who enjoy painting. On the majority of the two page spreads there are only 3 words, surrounded by digital pen-and-ink illustrations. This book helps with recognizing words by utilizing word repetition, simple sentences, and familiar words and phrases. Recommended Ages: 4-7 ( )
  ringenka | Oct 24, 2010 |
This "Otto" series by Dave Milgrim is a recent discovery of mine, and I adore all the titles. The text is simple, yet each book tells a interesting tale. The main character, Otto, is a robot, and as such, is perhaps more appealing to boys, who need more early readers written just for them. (And really, how can you go wrong with a story about a robot?) ( )
  kestrels | Oct 29, 2007 |
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Pre-Level 1: Recognizing Words

• Word repetition
• Familiar words and phrases
• Simple sentences

Meet Otto, an excitable robot who seeks adventure -- and finds it -- when he falls off his spaceship and lands on Earth, directly in front of a very cranky rhinosaurus. Otto runs, but the rhino runs faster....Run, Otto, run!

Meet Otto, the star of a new series of Ready-to-Reads, with text that is simple enough for the earliest readers, and funny enough for their older brothers and sisters. Read, Otto, read!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:12:57 -0400)

Otto the robot lands on Earth, where he is chased by a rhinoceros and befriended by some monkeys.

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