Can You See Me?

Can You See Me?[KINDLE] ❄ Can You See Me? ❧ Bob Staake – Tbjewellers.co.uk A charming Beginner Book about a lovable but sometimes hard to see lizard by award winning illustrator Bob Staake This bright, cheerful early reader about a giant lizard hiding in unlikely and un liza A charming Beginner Book about a lovable but sometimes hard to see lizard by award winning illustrator Bob Staake This bright, cheerful early reader about a giant lizard hiding in unlikely and un lizard like places combines Staake s trademark high energy graphic style with the classic appeal of Dr Seuss, P D Eastman, and Robert Lopshire With simple rhymed text and illustrations that provide visual clues to the meaning of the words on each page, it s exactly what Dr Seuss had in mind when he launched the Beginner books series inwith The Cat in the Hat.

Bob Staake has authored and or illustratedthan forty two books, including The Red Lemon, a New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Children s Book of the Year His work has graced the cover of The New Yorker a dozen times, and his November , Barack Obama victory cover was named Best Magazine Cover of the Year by Time magazine He lives on Cape Cod, in Massachusetts.

Can You See Me? eBook ✓ Can You  ePUB ½
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Can You See Me?
  • Bob Staake
  • 05 December 2018
  • 0385373155

10 thoughts on “Can You See Me?

  1. says:

    First sentence I am yellow.Premise plot Can You See Me This Beginner Book stars a chameleon playing hide and seek The again again question of the day is, Can you see me This one is repetitive and silly but may prove entertaining to young readers Color words are often among the first sight words children learn to read My thoughts I am not the ideal audience for this one I liked it well enough, but didn t love, love, love it like I have some other early readers For example, Go, Dog, G First sentence I am yellow.Premise plot Can You See Me This Beginner Book stars a chameleon playing hide and seek The again again question of the day is, Can you see me This one is repetitive and silly but may prove entertaining to young readers Color words are often among the first sight words children learn to read My thoughts I am not the ideal audience for this one I liked it well enough, but didn t love, love, love it like I have some other early readers For example, Go, Dog, Go Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb Are You My Mother Still recommendable to families with young ones ready to read

  2. says:

    I loved this book for children that are learning to read because the words are simple and easy to follow I feel that the pictures are both well illustrated and go along with the story extremely well which makes it easier for kids to figure out the words on their own and start to understand what things are and what colors they typically are This book is one that would be go to build confidence in a reader as it is an easy picture book but still some of the pages have a good amount of words.

  3. says:

    It will be fun to learn about colors and discover the hiding places of the loveable googly eyed dinosaur in Bob Staake s new early reader Can You See me Kids age 3 6 will enjoy reading it with you and to you again and again Look at the end papers of the book Can you count how many blue dinosaurs there are How about the red or green ones

  4. says:

    Wonderful illustrations If you like Dr Seuss s books, then this book would be a perfect addition to your classroom library, specifically a Pre k, Kinder and, 1st grade classroom The simple rhyming and illustrations really help students who are beginning to read understand the meaning of the text.

  5. says:

    This has the feel of some of the classic Beginner Books from when I was a kid The one nice upgrade is that there is a girl of color featured in the illustrations Kids will have fun finding the lizard as he tries to camouflage himself in all sorts of situations.

  6. says:

    This is silly and cute and the rhyme has an excellent rhythm for a read aloud.

  7. says:

    A preschool and up easy reader about an animal hiding in different colored objects.

  8. says:

    Fun with good opportunities for a toddler to participate and interact naming colors finding the hidden lizard.

  9. says:

    Sorry, but this is not as good as Put Me in the Zoo It s semi cute but also seems forced.

  10. says:

    Cute and well illustrated, the rhyming doesn t quite work for a read aloud, making the reader stretch syllables in odd places

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