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eBook Piglet Feels Small (Step-Into-Reading, Step 1) ePub

eBook Piglet Feels Small (Step-Into-Reading, Step 1) ePub

by RH Disney,Jennifer Liberts

  • ISBN: 073648003X
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: RH Disney,Jennifer Liberts
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: RH/Disney (January 22, 2002)
  • ePub book: 1636 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1458 kb
  • Other: lrf lit mbr txt
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 980

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Published by Thriftbooks. Step Into Reading Step One books have large print, repetition, and only a few words on every page-perfect for a child just in the beginning stages of reading. com User, 15 years ago. Poor Piglet, he feels too small to do many things. He is so sad until his friends show him things he can do that help people - like giving hugs! Great for small children. My daughter was so proud of herself after she read through this story (which, by the way, is very cute-and the illustrations are nice too). My daughter says: "Piglet is small but he is a big friend. The message of this book, which is that even if you're small you can do lots of things, will boost.

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RH Disney, Jennifer Liberts There's no description for this book yet. Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Piglet Feels Small (Step-Into-Reading, Step 1) from your list? Piglet Feels Small (Step-Into-Reading, Step 1). by Jennifer Weinberg, RH Disney, Jennifer Liberts. Published January 22, 2002 by RH/Disney.

I also purchased other step into reading level 1 books for her and she loves them as we'll Sounds odd, I know, that someone would say that of a Level-1 "Step Into Reading" book, but as usual with books where the illustrations are the main feature-they're what makes this really.

I also purchased other step into reading level 1 books for her and she loves them as we'll. One of the pages loosened out if the binding and it is starting to look a little worn after several days (she takes it to bed with her). Sounds odd, I know, that someone would say that of a Level-1 "Step Into Reading" book, but as usual with books where the illustrations are the main feature-they're what makes this really interesting. And they are gorgeous! Being a fanatical dog lover and Disneyphile, the cover attracted me immediately.

This Step 1 Step into Reading early reader offers simple assurances that a mother’s love is everywhere-even throughout the animal kingdom! With a punch-out I Love You card and simple rhymes, this oh-so-adorable book is perfect for little readers ready to return the love and.

This Step 1 Step into Reading early reader offers simple assurances that a mother’s love is everywhere-even throughout the animal kingdom! With a punch-out I Love You card and simple rhymes, this oh-so-adorable book is perfect for little readers ready to return the love an. his Step 1 Step into Reading early reader offers simple assurances that a mother’s love is everywhere-even throughout the animal kingdom! With a punch-out I Love You card and simple rhymes, this oh-so-adorable book is perfect for little readers ready to return the love an. tep Into Reading.

This Step 1 reader features all the Disney princesses, as well as the princes and friends who love them. Young girls ages 4 to 6 who are just starting to read will embrace this book about love. Makes a great Valentine's Day gift! About the Author: Jennifer Liberts Weinberg has written numerous books for young readers, mainly for Random House Children’s Books behind several licensed properties, including Disney and Barbie, as well as several Step into Reading titles. She lives in Portland, Oregon. Francesco Legramandi is a children’s book artist and illustrator.

In this original story about Pooh’s favorite sidekick, Piglet learns that his diminutive size is not a liability. There are loads of things that he alone can do—including being the best little buddy a bear could have!From the Trade Paperback edition.

Comments

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This little book has multiple personalities (in a good way!) On the one hand it has a very nice story about focusing on the positive instead of the negative. For example, at the beginning we find Piglet focusing on the fact that he isn't big enough to climb a tree like Pooh, or bounce high like Tigger. He can't even fly a kite like Christopher Robin.

This makes Piglet (and in turn any small child) sort of sad. Then Pooh tells him, "But look at all that you CAN do." [Book has underlining for 'can'; Amazon does not, so I've capitalized the word.]

Piglet then goes on to remember all of the wonderful things that he can do. He can pick berries, plant seeds, be a help to Rabbit ..., for example. Very nice all in all.

As a reader, on the other hand, it is not quite as good. There is dialog, which a lot of beginning readers have a hard time coping with, as well as some unusual vocabulary such as: bounce, berries, sticks, climb, shouts, sunny, follow-the-leader, always, extra, and mile.

But I don't want to sound too negative. Despite these linguistic hurdles, I think most children who are ready to read will be able to begin to 'read' this book themselves after some repetition. The key is that the story is engrossing, and the pictures extremely good at giving clues about what the words might be.

An example of text follows so you can judge for yourself about the level (from two consecutive pages):

"You can plant seeds,"

says Pooh.

Piglet is a big help

to Rabbit.

Four Stars. Artwork great; covers full page. Good engrossing story for preschoolers with theme of focusing on the positive not the negative. As a reader it's a little difficult. The book is also a little weird in that only the ending pages rhyme.
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Piglet is sad! There are so many things he cannot do. "I am too small to do anything at all," Piglet sighs. Then Pooh and his other friends point out all the great things Piglet can do.

This a cute, well-illustrated story with familiar characters. It makes a great "shared" reader, and has a message that will resonate with most two and three-year olds. Be prepared to read this book to your toddler again and agian.

Because of the large print, and limited number of words on the page, older kids might also enjoy tackling it and doing some "independent" reading. However, the book does not use many sight words, so would require a lot of initial parental help or a good handle on phonics.
Chilele Chilele
My 5-year old daughter is just learning how to read, and this was the first book I bought her that she could read all the way through on her own. Step Into Reading Step One books have large print, repetition, and only a few words on every page--perfect for a child just in the beginning stages of reading. My daughter was so proud of herself after she read through this story (which, by the way, is very cute--and the illustrations are nice too).
My daughter says: "Piglet is small but he is a big friend."
The message of this book, which is that even if you're small you can do lots of things, will boost a child's confidence even if they can't read the book on their own.
Amerikan_Volga Amerikan_Volga
My son loves this book and will get up to re-enact parts of the story. He seems to relate to piglet feeling small.