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Know What I Saw? Read & Download ´ 4 Read Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Aileen Fisher review Know What I Saw? An adventurous little girl takes a trip deep into the country and discovers and most remarkable things 10 collies 9. A little girl s joy at discovering the many surprises of life in the country is captured here in this book in gently rhythmic verse The pictures in the book are vividly brought to life by the detailed painting so that teachers can make their students count by themselves with these pictures This book however would be used only for the children who are learning to count by tenRead Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Aileen Fisher
Know What I Saw? Read & Download ´ 4 Read Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Aileen Fisher review Know What I Saw? Baby chicks 8 deer mice and a basket of kittens from 1 to 7all the way down to one little puppy to call my own A han. This was the best book ever I loved all the pictures especially the deer jumping The lady who wrote this book grew up in Iron River just like me
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Know What I Saw? Read & Download ´ 4 Read Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Aileen Fisher review Know What I Saw? Dsome gift as well as an introduction to the natural world for very young readers Know What I Saw is a book to cheri. I chose to read the storybook Know What I Saw written by Aileen Fisher and illustrated by Deborah Durland DeSaix On the front cover is a little girl wearing a baseball cap with what looks like mountains in the background From this pictures I could infer that she possibly went on a trip to the mountains and saw a lot of things that she had never seen before and wanted to tell her readers about it These pictures are well done and realistically drawn The little girl tells a story of things she saw at different places Throughout the book the number of items counted back from 10 Each page had a rhyming seuence that was in an unusual pattern and each page seemed to have a different rhyming pattern I liked how it used words like comical graceful and hovered that younger students may not be familiar with This would be a good way to introduce using context clues to figure out the meanings of words Although it is not high uality literature this is a fun book to read with a class possibly 1st grade I do not know if this would be a book I would be sure to have in my class library mostly because it is not a full story that has a plot that continues throughout the whole thing so it is difficult to use it for much other than unfamiliar words and rhyming I do not know if this is a story students would enjoy reading in their free time Overall I thought the book was okay for young readers it could have a place in the classroom but is not a necessity and it did not really draw me in like others have
- Know What I Saw?
- Aileen Fisher
- 08 September 2020