Grover Learns to Read

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Random House/Children's Television Workshop, 1999 - Children's stories, American - 21 pages
3 Reviews
Grover loves having his mommy read to him. So when he starts learning how to read in school, he begins to worry. He wants to be able to read, but what if his mommy doesn't read to him anymore? A charming story that offers simple reassurances to children as they make their way through one of life's most important passages: learning how to read.

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Review: Grover Learns to Read (Sesame Street)

User Review  - Leila T. - Goodreads

Grover is the cutest, and I think that although this particular issue isn't present in my kid, I like the way that complicated emotions are presented in this book. Read full review

Review: Grover Learns to Read (Sesame Street)

User Review  - Amanda - Goodreads

A pretty cute book about Grover not wanting to learn to read because he thinks it means his mom won't read to him anymore. Read full review


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About the author (1999)

Normand Chartier is a highly acclaimed artist and illustrator whose work has appeared in more than 70 children's books and in children's periodicals, such as Cricket, Ladybug, Spider, and Sesame Street. Normand has been included three times in the "Original Art" exhibition of the New York Society of Illustrators and was listed in The Very Best of Children's Book Illustration by North Light Books. He lives and paints in Brooklyn, Connecticut.

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