Thursday, December 13, 2018

Fox Is Late by Corey R. Tabor

- Fox Is Zooming Home, But Why? -

When this says "My First Shared Reading" I would completely agree. While not all publishers rate the same, this is a fun story for the new reader.

Fox is late. / Fox is late for lunch.
Go Fox! Go!
Fox does a kick flip. / Fox does a big kick flip.
The above example should help parents determine if their child is at this reading level.

As you can see fox is heading home at break-neck speed on his skateboard. We now know he's headed home for lunch, but what's the hurry? (That's the cute surprise!)

The illustrations are quite useful as a resource in helping the reader determine what the text might say.

My Thoughts

What Concerned Me: Nothing

What I Liked Most: While the text is extremely simple it's still a fun story and ending. So far, I really like this series and would highly recommend it for a new reader.


Author: Corey R. Tabor
Publisher: Balzer + Bray (August 2018)
Approx. Word Count: 94
Pages: 32
Level: I Can Read! My First Reading (Pre-Level 1) Ideal for emergent readers.


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