Sid and Sam start to sing But Sid doesn t stop What can Sam do when Sid s song is too long...
|Title||:||Sid and Sam (My First I Can Read)|
|Publisher||:||HarperCollins Harper Trophy ed edition August 2, 1997|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
|File Size||:||681 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Sid and Sam (My First I Can Read) Reviews
I got this book since it’s my kids names. It’s cute.
Great little book! Delivery was prompt, too.
Well, that was random and ended abruptly. It's cute art though.
I definitely would recommend this to children that are starting to read. I also purchase similar books by the author.
On the good side, the words in this book are actually pretty simple, so it makes a good first reader. On the bad side, almost every word in the book starts with S, which made my ears hurt after just a few pages. For me, I found it annoying...really, really annoying. Again though, my young son could actually suss out the words, so it gets points for that.
This book is written with short sentences and easy-to-read vocabulary for the youngest of readers. Sid and Sam make children smile when they are able to read on their own like the "big kids." This cute book will surprise readers with its unexpected ending.
The book is cute, but my son got easily lost amidst all of the words starting with S. He'd keep losing his place, and mixing up all of the very similar S words. "Sid said" being repeated a million times really got him.
This book contains sentences like "Sing slower" "Sing softer" "sing louder". This is informal / incorrect grammar. Should be "Sing more slowly" "Sing more loudly".