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Max and Sarah Build a Snowman (¡Hola, English!) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-11-18 
Review Score: 3 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:160905511X
LANGUAGE:English

" Controlled vocabulary for learners of Spanish or English? Either way it's an engaging little book, fun pics with hidden clues for careful readers. Only drawback is that the kids spend a lot of the book playing hide and seek before they go outside to do the title activity: snowman. Looks like others in the series will be promising. " said.

" Nice repetition and predictable text. The illustrations go well with the text, thus supporting emergent readers.I don't like the use of guantes/gloves when the illustrations clearly show the children wearing mittons/mitones. Maybe that's just me.Also, the title not withstanding, the leap from playing hide and seek to playing in the snow isn't smooth. It seems a bit discordant.Appropriate for emergent readers (K-2) and those learning a second language (K-4). " said.

" Great bilingual (English/Spanish) easy reader/read aloud series. Text reminds me of the Dr. Seuss beginning reader titles and are set against vibrant childlike renderings of action occurring in the story.This particular story takes a few pages to really get into the sort of action presented on the front cover, though the topic of the build up is still good.Highly recommended for a bilingual storytime and for PreK-2 " said.

" Bilingual book with a light story of two siblings playing. Heavy focus on showing vocabulary. Cute illustrations. Great way to introduce English. " said.

" Controlled vocabulary for learners of Spanish or English? Either way it's an engaging little book, fun pics with hidden clues for careful readers. Only drawback is that the kids spend a lot of the book playing hide and seek before they go outside to do the title activity: snowman. Looks like others in the series will be promising. " said.

" Nice repetition and predictable text. The illustrations go well with the text, thus supporting emergent readers.I don't like the use of guantes/gloves when the illustrations clearly show the children wearing mittons/mitones. Maybe that's just me.Also, the title not withstanding, the leap from playing hide and seek to playing in the snow isn't smooth. It seems a bit discordant.Appropriate for emergent readers (K-2) and those learning a second language (K-4). " said.

" Great bilingual (English/Spanish) easy reader/read aloud series. Text reminds me of the Dr. Seuss beginning reader titles and are set against vibrant childlike renderings of action occurring in the story.This particular story takes a few pages to really get into the sort of action presented on the front cover, though the topic of the build up is still good.Highly recommended for a bilingual storytime and for PreK-2 " said.

" Bilingual book with a light story of two siblings playing. Heavy focus on showing vocabulary. Cute illustrations. Great way to introduce English. " said.

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