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Author: Nick Page
ISBN13: 978-1846101373
Title: Ready to Read
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Language: English
Publisher: ZZCMAKE BELIEVE IDEA (January 27, 2006)
Pages: 32

Ready to Read by Nick Page

Ready to Read is a series of reading books designed to encourage and develop the confidence of young reader. His main focus is on church history – particularly the early church. Recent work includes A Nearly Infallible History of Christiani Nick Page lives in Oxfordshire, UK, with his wife Claire, their three daughters and a dog called Bill. As well as writing books, he works with a number of campaign groups and NGOs. He is also a popular speaker for churches, church weekends and other events.

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by Nick Page and Claire Page. Read with Me is a series of reading books designed to develop the confidence of young children between the ages of 5 and 7. Using familiar and new tales, the fun texts complement the child's more formal learning. Current developments in the teaching of reading, writing and speaking guide the text and are behind the range of activities at the end of each book. Many of the stories are told in rhyme, and others have rhythmic, rhyming sections.

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Nick Page is a published author and a compiler of children's books. Published Works by Nick Page. Sort by: Bestselling Date Published Title. Ages: Children & YA Baby - Prek Ages 4-8 Ages 9-12 Young Adult All Ages Adult.

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Reviews: 7
One of my favorite stories as a child... my dad would do fun voices, which I do for my daughter when we read it. She loves Sid the Troll and just today kissed a page that had Sid on it. Cute illustrations and very sturdy.
Part of what makes a classic fairy tale like the Three Billy Goats Gruff work and appeal to small children is the repetitive language. Think Goldilocks and the Three Bears, an even more popular example of this kind of fairy tale. "Someone's been sitting in my chair!"

The authors/editors of this edition took the liberty of rewriting the tale of the Three Billy Goats Gruff into cheesy verse so typical of many "cutsie" board books produced these days. In doing so they threw "trip-trap-trip-trap" and "Who's that walking on my bridge?" right out the window.

Sorry, this just won't cut it with the very astute young readers/listeners around my house.
Fun activity book that my toddler loves. Stickers and more stickers.
I love this classic story, just not this version. Clearly it's written for a British audience in mind because some of the rhyming phrases that the author employs does not work with American pronunciation. Ok, so I can overlook that. I lived in London for a short time ago and I watch a lot of British TV/movies; however, there is no fluidity to this writing regardless of how you pronounce certain words. I struggled reading this aloud. My other issue is that it's completely rewritten with little resemblance of the original story. Sure it's three goats and they encounter a troll under a bridge, but their interaction with the troll is written so complex there is no delight in reading what should be a simple story. I say this because it's a children's book! It should be simple! It would be different if I was critiquing James Joyce or Toni Morrison, but this isn't that. Simple is just better when it comes to classic fairy tales and stories and there is just nothing simple or enjoyable about this book.

The illustrations are cute though and we enjoyed looking at the pictures.
I originally bought 3 books from this series - Three Billy Goats Gruff, Gingerbread Fred, and Noah and the Ark - for use in a toddler daycare classroom. I loved them at first sight because the illustrations are fun, they rhyme, and they're inexpensive. They're defnitely worth more than the $3.95 you pay for them! I now read them to my 6-month-old daughter and she loves them too. I obviously haven't tried out the supplemental activities at the end of the books, but I can't wait to put them to use when my daughter is learning how to read! Also, each book has a fun little extra ~ there is a particular object on each page for your child to find. I will definitely be buying more books from this series!
My daughter loves the bright beautiful illustrations.

The story is cute and I love that it rhymns. This is wonderful for little kids who love to look at pictures. I love to read this book because it is not too long, and it is a fun read.
I purchased this for a baby gift and it's super cute. The board book format is well made and seems like it will definitely hold up. The images are bright and very fun. I think that this will definitely be a baby favorite.