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This Level 1 book is appropriate for children who are just beginning to read. Combine DK's highly successful visual approach with engaging and easy-to-read stories and you'll have a series of books guaranteed to capture and delight the imagination of any child. Each level is intended to help develop reading skills and general knowledge to build a lifelong love of reading.This Level 1 book is appropriate for children who are just beginning to read. Combine DK's highly successful visual approach with engaging and easy-to-read stories and you'll have a series of books guaranteed to capture and delight the imagination of any child. Each level is intended to help develop reading skills and general knowledge to build a lifelong love of reading. Written by leading children's authors and compiled in consultation with literacy experts, these colorful books use evocative illustrations and breathtaking photos to build an appreciation for these great stories. A Bed for the Winter is the harrowing story of a little dormouse and his frantic search for a safe place to hibernate. ...

Title : A Bed For The Winter
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ISBN : 9780751328325
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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A Bed For The Winter Reviews

  • Stephanie Allen
    2019-05-28 07:52

    A dormouse is trying to find a safe place to stay for the winter. It comes across many options but all are not quite right. Eventually he finds a whole in a tree. This book could be used to talk about different wildlife, hibernation and weather.

  • Janna
    2019-04-29 04:58

    This is a wonderful non-fiction book. It talks about all kinds of animals and shows where they live in the winter. There are context words that talk about the definition of the animals home throughout the book. It also talks about what each animal does when they are outside when the weather is bad. The pictures really help the students understand better because they have a visual to look at. Lesson- have your students pick their favorite animal from the story and write about what they learned.

  • Eva Kelly
    2019-05-20 07:36

    This is one of those fact books that looks like a story. And it was real good. You know what? This one had so many good words that they couldn't even fit them all in the list at the end. Like "slithers." And "shivers" and "scurries." Lots of good "S" words.And I had no idea what a dormouse was but there he is, and he's cute. You'd think with his name he'd live indoors, but that has an extra O.Good thing he didn't come in OUR house or he'd be a MORRISVILLE mouse!

  • Kaitlin Moriarty
    2019-05-08 07:58

    This book is an informational book and is part of Westfield's reading street curriculum to teach hibernation and winter habitats in Kindergarten. I think that this book is very explicit and it has vocabulary words in boxes with the picture associated to the word. I think it is a great book for this age group.

  • Erma Talamante
    2019-05-08 05:51

    A good introduction to reading, vocabulary, and the winter in this story about a dormouse trying to find the best house for the winter. My toddler loved matching the vocabulary words with their pictures, and I loved that she is increasing her understanding of words in a way that she responds to.

  • Emma
    2019-04-27 02:45

    This was a good book I love animals and I have two dogs my self and Iove them so I think when you read you will about your animals

  • Anna
    2019-05-16 07:54

    The door mouse didn't find a home until the end and he almost got eaten by an owl and a snake.