Saturday, November 12, 2016

Beginning Reader Review of Fall Leaf Project by Margaret McNamara

Read for: Early Reader Challenge
Synopsis: "The first-graders of Robin Hill School love to look at all the different fall leaves. When they hear that in some states the leaves don't change color, they come up with a plan to share fall with other first-graders."

My Review: I picked this book up for Munchkin as a good fall read. It was a perfect book, though meant for a 1st grade audience (but is a level one book). The story had great seasonal words and storyline. It matched perfectly with lessons at pre-K about the different colors of leaves and types of trees, so Munchkin loved knowing about them. It is also a great way to introduce different climates to young kids. This was a great book to read in the fall with those beginning readers.
My Rating: We really enjoyed this book and it was a great way to explain that the seasons are different in different parts of the country and world. We give it a rating of Four Paws!

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