Duro Blando

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Benchmark Books, Jun 1, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 23 pages
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The simple and engaging text and photos of these emergent readers make them a delightful choice for children just beginning to read. Easy-to-understand, lighthearted contrasts of concepts such as big and small, up and down, fast and slow make clever, instructional use of repetition-both of word and sentence structure. Add to this a familiar subject matter, the direct correspondence between image and text, and a consistent format, and parents and teachers have entertaining books within the ideal comfort zone of beginning readers.

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Sharon Gordon is a writer living in Midland Park, New Jersey. She is the author of several books for children in the primary through middle-school grades. Her books for Children's Press include You Are What You Eat, Chickenpox, Hearing, Smelling, and Cuts and Scrapes. Sharon and her husband have three school-aged children.

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