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Hooray for Reading Day! by Margery Cuyler

Hooray for Reading Day! (2008)

by Margery Cuyler

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Jessica is a first grader who is having trouble reading out loud. She always stumbles over her words in class. They are getting ready for reading theater and all the parents are coming. Jessica is so worried but she comes up with a plan, she begins practicing all she can and with her dog too. The day of reading theater comes and Jessica breezes through.

Source: In class Book Share ( )
  KFox20 | Aug 20, 2017 |
Jessica does not like reading out loud because she makes mistakes and her classmates laugh. Her teacher wants the class to read out loud to all the parents. Jessica does not want to do it, so she practices reading to her dog, and she ends up not making any mistakes. When the big day comes she takes a breath and imagines she is readying to her dog, and she makes no mistakes! She enjoys reading after that day. Ages 3 to 7 years old. Timberland library and in class presentations.
  kara1204 | Aug 19, 2017 |
A little girl worries about things in her life, especially reading out loud. She practices reading out loud to her dog. She is very nervous that she will stumble while reading aloud. When she hears another classmate mess up while reading out loud she realizes that she is not the only person that has issues with reading out loud.
age: 5-7
source: in class book share
  jazzmnM | Aug 18, 2017 |
Jessica comes across a problem, she stumbled over some words when she read aloud in front of the class. Everyone laughed. Reading Theater day is coming up and she is worried. So instead of panicking, or doing nothing, she enlists help from her family and her dog, Wiggles.

Ages: 4-8
Source: Pierce County Library system ( )
  WAwobbuffet | Aug 10, 2017 |
A little girl who does not know how to read and gets laughed at by the class because she starts to stutter when it's her turn to read. The teacher says there will be a reading day and everyone will need to have their line memorized. She practices on her own at home with her stuffed animal as her audience. When the day comes to read their lines, she does great and feels proud of herself.
Ages: 3-5
Source: In class presentation
  gurkamal | Aug 9, 2017 |
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When Jessica tries to read aloud in class, she stumbles over the words and everyone laughs. Now the upcoming Reading Theater day has her more worried than ever. What if she makes a mistake in front of all the parents?

With the help of her family, and some practice with her dog, Wiggles, Jessica faces her reading worriesÑand finds that reading aloud can be as easy as A-B-C!

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First-grader Jessica, a big worrier, is especially afraid that she will make a mistake when she is reading in front of her class and parents on Reading Theater Day, but after lots of practice reading to her dog Wiggles, she performs perfectly.

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