Elephant & Piggie Set (24 Titles)
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I highly recommend all of the Elephant and Piggie books. They are fun, easy to navigate, and have no superfluous words or details in the illustrations , making it easy for new readers to focus on what's important and to enjoy the reading experience. They also stress the value of friendship and getting along with others. The Elephant and Piggie books are fun to read aloud to younger children who love the funny stories about the two friends. I recommend the books for ages and especially beginning readers from years old. The 25 Elephant and Piggie books by Mo Willems, which are each 64 pages long, revolve around the friendship of Elephant and Piggie. Elephant, whose name is Gerald, tends to be cautious and pessimistic while his best friend, Piggie, is quite different.
Book 1 Summary: While Piggie is determined to fly Elephant is skeptical, but when Piggie gets a little help from others, amazing things happen. Elephant and Piggie Book List: This series can be read in any order. Ages March 13, July 31,
This fabulous series of books are written specifically for early readers and their humour, carefully scripted text and comic book, conversational style make them easily the most engaging beginning reader series I have seen. The books feature two primary characters — an elephant named Gerald and a pig called Piggie, and it is their wonderfully honest friendship that engages the heart and mind of the young child. The characters communicate through simple dialogue shared in large speech bubbles. The storylines are amusing to kids which makes them engaging, motivating the child to read. As a guide, the books are great for children who are just starting to read on their own through to a second grade reading level.
It's the same level--just some schools use the one book leveling system and others use the other. In general, kids read books on this level in first grade. We sincerely hope this lists will be a helpful resource for teachers in need of guided reading books or for parents looking for books for their own children to read. And if we've left your favorite off our lists, please let us know! These sets are perfect for teachers building their classroom leveled libraries -or- for parents looking for books right at their child's current reading level. Each set was put together by K-2 teachers.
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