What the Experts Say About PictureReading
Fans of P.D. Eastman's Are You My Mother? and Hug by Jez Alborough will adore Early Birdy Gets the Worm.
-Terry Doherty, Executive Director, The Reading Tub
My preschool-age grandchildren thoroughly enjoyed ‘reading’ the book! And I enjoyed hearing them each tell the story in their own words.
-Penny Warner, author of Baby Play & Learn and Preschooler Play & Learn
You’ll love sharing this book with your preschooler. Because the story is told in pictures, reading it together is a lot more fun than you ever imagined.
-Danny Brassel, PhD, Professor, Teacher Education Department, California State University-Dominguez Hills
Bruce Lansky’s wordless picture book is a smart way to prepare children for reading. It can help build their capacity for reading comprehension before they tackle phonics and try to read words.
-Chase Young, PhD, Assistant Professor, Texas A&M Corpus Christi
Beginning and struggling readers may think they’re reading this book, but you’ll know they’re ‘reading’ the pictures and loving it.
-Tim Rasinski, PhD, Professor of Literacy Education, Kent State University
Wow, I’m smiling from ear to ear! I never knew wordless picture books could be so engaging!
-Nancy Kerr, President, Children’s Reading Foundation