I Had Ten Hats (I Like to Read) (Paperback)
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Help a little raccoon help find all of his silly hats in this Level C beginning reader for kids.
I had a red hat. I had a bed hat.
Little raccoon has 10 hats in all. But a strong wind comes by and scatters them everywhere. He'll need help from readers to find them all!
This beginning reader from lauded author-illustrator David McPhail will delight and engage children with a gentle search-and-find adventure.
This book has been officially leveled using the F & P Level Gradient(TM) Leveling System.
For readers who've mastered basic sight words, Level C books feature slightly longer sentences and a wider range of high-frequency words than Level B books. Level C books are suitable for mid-to-late kindergarten readers. When Level C is mastered, follow up with Level D
The award-winning I Like to Read series features guided reading levels A through G, based upon Fountas & Pinnell standards. Acclaimed author-illustrators--including winners of Caldecott, Theodor Seuss Geisel, and Coretta Scott King honors--create original, high-quality illustrations that support comprehension of simple text and are fun for kids to read again and again with their parents, teachers or on their own!
About the Author
David McPhail is a beloved author-illustrator of many best-selling picture books, board books, and novelty books. Edward and the Pirates, which he wrote as well as illustrated, was named a New York Times Best Illustrated Book. He has also received a Boston Globe/Horn Book Honor, a Children's Choice Award, a Parent's Choice Award, a Children's Booksellers Choice Award, and many state awards. His books for Holiday House include Bad Cat, I Am Just Right, and Sick Day.
"Gentle and whimsical, this is an easy reader that feels like a picture book, which makes it a valuable transition text for emerging readers."—School Library Journal
"McPhail’s signature line-and-color style makes this cozy concept book–turned–seek-and-find warm and inviting. So much more than just a hat rack—fun!" —Kirkus Reviews