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The Fantastic 5 & 10¢ Store: A Rebus…

The Fantastic 5 & 10¢ Store: A Rebus Adventure

by J. Patrick Lewis, Valorie Fisher (Illustrator)

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pictures good. rebus story needed better jokes. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375858784, Hardcover)

What lurks inside that mysterious store at the end of town? Only Benny Penny is adventurous enough to find out. . . .

In this book, you can read the words and the pictures. Perfect for children just learning to read, this silly, kid-friendly rebus picture book is sure to be a hit in the classroom and at home. (In a rebus, words are represented by images, or by an image plus a letter. And even beginning readers can take pleasure in reading pictures!) The pairing of Valorie Fisher’s full-page art with J. Patrick Lewis’s funny rhyming poem will give young readers plenty of clues for solving these fun and engaging picture puzzles.

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Rhymed text, featuring rebuses, describes the wonders of the store run by Mr. Nickel and Mrs. Dime.

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