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Starry, Starry Night (Developing Reader Level 2)

by Wade Cooper

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Photographs and simple text introduce early readers to the sun, moon, solar system, Milky Way, and other objects in space.

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First and second graders, the intended audience for this Level Two Scholastic Early Reader, will find their developing reader skills supported by a limited vocabulary. Longer sentences help to strengthen reading skills at this stage and encourage young readers to explore a variety of topics.

“Starry, Starry Night” takes the reader into space. Beginning with the Milky Way, children explore the sun, the solar system, rocky planets, and gas planets. Then it’s off to the moon, the space station, Mars, and deep space. A brief quiz helps to evaluate content comprehension; a dictionary of relevant terms and a listing of key words are also included.

A page of reading support suggestions for parents allows active involvement in helping the child strengthen reading skills.

Highly recommended. ( )
  jfe16 | Feb 9, 2019 |
In my opinion this is a good book. I think it is good because the language throughout is clear. It has short, to the point sentences such as, "The sun is one star in the Milky Way. It is a ball of burning gas. It gives us heat and energy on earth." The words are easy to understand as well because it explains many of them throughout. Another reason I like the book is because of the pictures presented on each page. Whenever a page talks about a certain topic there is a picture of it on the page. When it talks about the planets closest to the sun, for example, there are pictures of Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. A final reason I enjoyed the book is the accuracy of information. The book had a lot of information about Space in a simple way. The book even had "Did you know?" blurbs throughout to give the reader a little more information about the topic on the page. The big idea in this book is to teach about the basic concepts of outer space in a simple way that children can understand. ( )
  vboch1 | Feb 19, 2015 |
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