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Ring, Ring, Click, Clack Sounds from School

Ring, Ring, Click, Clack Sounds from School
Jennifer Shand By (author)
Barbara Vagnozzi Illustrated by
9781486722808
Hardback
USD $7.99
CAD $9.99
 07/05/2022
Coming Soon

Coming Soon
07/05/2022

8.3 X 8.3 in
32 pg


5 - 7 ( Intrest Age )
AD650L (Lexile Code)


Description

Did you hear that? In Ring, Ring, Click, Clack Sounds from School listen for students, computer keyboards, art class projects, lunchtime sounds, and so much more in this book about the sounds you can hear at school!

Transition young readers from board books to picture books with tear resistant pages. Big, bold text and an engaging question-and-answer format provide a fun and interactive story time experience.

About the Turn Without Tearing series: These interactive picture books use rich descriptive language, repetitive sounds, and bright illustrations to provide a perfect read-aloud experience. Made using a durable stone paper to prevent tearing as the pages are turned, these titles are designed to transition growing readers from board books to picture books with confidence.

Read & Sing: Search Flowerpot Kids on YouTube to enjoy a Read & Sing version of your favorite Turn Without Tearing songs. Follow along with your book as you watch the characters come to life and sing along to the song recorded by Billy Squirrel.


Author Bio

Jennifer Shand lives in Virginia with her husband Ryan. While growing up in the Shenandoah Valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Jennifer voraciously read fantasy and adventure stories and had fun taking adventures of her own. Jennifer enjoys reading; going for walks, hikes, and bike rides; and traveling; but most of all she loves to write.


Barbara Vagnozzi was born by the sea, on the Ligurian Riviera, and now lives in an ancient house on the hills just outside Bologna in Italy, with her English husband, two boys, and two happy Labradors. As far as she remembers she’s always had a pencil in her hands or behind her right ear. After a degree in Modern History and a specialization in Medieval Archeology she decided to become a professional illustrator. She’s never stopped being enthusiastic about her job, and every new project brings the opportunity for further experimentation and fun.