Thursday, April 24, 2014

Bob Books For Beginning Readers & Giveaway

Learn to Read with Bob Books
Bob Books were created by Bobby Lynn Malsen who was a teacher. These books are cute and compact and the set we tried out is their Set 1 Beginning Readers and it retails for $9.60.


This is our bestselling first reader, introduced 35 years ago and used by millions of children. If your child knows the alphabet, Bob Books Set 1 is the book to start him or her on the path to reading.

Many early readers contain words that are too difficult for a child who has just learned the sounds of the alphabet.   Not these books! Using only the letters M, A, T and S, children can read their first book. Kids love the stories and funny pictures, and can't wait to read them to everybody they know.
Inside the box you’ll find:
  1. 12 easy-to-read books, 12 pages each
  2. All two and three letter words 
  3. Can be "sounded out" (phonics based)
  4. A few new letters introduced in each book
  5. Limited sight words
  6. 7 to 20 words per book

These books are very cute the illustrations on them are great and will keep kids interested especially for us the ones with the puppies in them.

They also have many other sets of books for different ages of readers and ones who are learning to read.

One lucky TTGG reader will get to choose a set of their own!



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11 comments:

  1. My four year old son has been working very hard on his sight words, so I'd definitely love to win the sight words kindergarten set.

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  2. I would choose Kindergarten sight words

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  3. I would choose the My First Reading Skills!

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  4. I would love the sight words set.

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  5. Rhyming Words
    Word Family Stories

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  6. I might choose the Sight Words Kindergarten set.

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  7. I would probably choose set 4

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  8. I would choose set one. My daughter s still too little to read, but I think set one would be good to start her on.

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  9. I would choose set one for my girl to start on.

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  10. i would choose set 1 for beginning readers

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