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Bookmarks Are People Too! #1: 01 Paperback – Illustrated, 1 January 1900
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- Publisher : Penguin Young Readers Group; Illustrated edition (1 January 1900)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 128 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0448479974
- ISBN-13 : 978-0448479972
- Reading age : 6 - 8 years
- Dimensions : 13.03 x 0.74 x 19.38 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 98,005 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Why I liked this book:
*Has a plot that is interesting and full of humor my kids can enjoy.
*The main character was bullied and not the best in school but used humor and confidence to diffuse both situations.
*Shows great examples of how to be a good friend; the main characters helped rather than teased or put down each other.
*Unlike the Magic Tree House Series, the Here's Hank books use correct sentence structure, grammar, and punctuation, setting a good example for emerging readers/writers.
*Uses the dyslexie font, and a larger font size. My 8 year old daughter is not diagnosed dyslexic, but does not take the time to properly sound out words and often mixes things up--I noticed that this happens less with this book, and even my first grader seems to read this easier than some other books, even though there are more challenging words in this one.
*There are a few pictures to break up each chapter.
*Girls and boys are friends.
Note: The chapters in this book are fairly long, and might seem daunting for your first or second grader if the child is not a strong reader. I read this first book in the series as a read aloud, and each child took turns reading a few pages from each chapter, and I read the rest. In this way we finished the book in just a couple of days, as the kids always wanted to read more. I have to say, I am way more impressed with this book than I initially thought I was going to be, and will be ordering more books in the series.