Other books byHarriet Ziefert
Flip-a-Word: Stop Pop
Can you dig a pig in a wig? How'd that pet get so wet? Will Pop stop or will he hop? Flip a page and watch a bun and a a kid on a run turn into a sun and a kid having fun! With bright art done in the Japanese anime style, each of these interactive early reading books features a different word family. When kids flip the die cut pages, they get a new word and image within that word family. Word families help children recognize similarities between words that rhyme, and help them connect words with similar long or short vowel sounds. This familiarity helps kids read a word they don't necessarily know.
Flip-a-Word: Snow Bow
Beet on the street? Learn about long vowel sounds in this new Flip-a-Word book. This bright and bold book uses phonics and die-cut pages to teach word recognition and rhyming patterns. Playful illustrations in a Japanese style will appeal to kids andhelp make learning to read fun!
You Can't See Your Bones With Binoculars
A Guide to Your 206 Bones
You really can't see your bones with binoculars...but you can see them with X-rays! Actual X-rays of real bones overlay the quirky illustrations and an engaging, interactive text take kids through the skeletal system, inviting them to find and feel their own bones. Clear explanations (fact-checked and approved by a pediatrician), colorful illustrations and humorous analogies make for a fresh look at a familiar topic, sure to have young readers learning one minute and laughing the next. From head to toe (or from cranium to phalanges), Harriet Ziefert and Amanda Haley are sure to teach you a thing or two about anatomy...and tickle your funny bone to boot! --
Flip-a-Word: Snake Cake
A cat turns into a bat, turns into a rat, turns into a hat! Just flip the pages and—presto-change-o!—a different word and picture appear. This bright, bold, friendly book uses phonics to teach word recognition and rhyming patterns. Learning to read has never been so much fun!