Biscuit Meets the Class Pet

Biscuit Meets the Class Pet Hop hop There s someone new at Biscuit s house Nibbles the class pet has come for a visit Nibbles likes exploring Biscuit s home and wants to play with all of Biscuit s toys Biscuit isn t sure if h

  • Title: Biscuit Meets the Class Pet
  • Author: Alyssa Satin Capucilli Pat Schories
  • ISBN: 9780061177477
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Hop, hop There s someone new at Biscuit s house Nibbles, the class pet, has come for a visit Nibbles likes exploring Biscuit s home and wants to play with all of Biscuit s toys Biscuit isn t sure if he is ready to share with Nibbles, but soon Biscuit realizes that he likes having a visitor after all The youngest of readers will be delighted by the story of Biscuit s newHop, hop There s someone new at Biscuit s house Nibbles, the class pet, has come for a visit Nibbles likes exploring Biscuit s home and wants to play with all of Biscuit s toys Biscuit isn t sure if he is ready to share with Nibbles, but soon Biscuit realizes that he likes having a visitor after all The youngest of readers will be delighted by the story of Biscuit s new friendship in this appealing, easy to read adventure.

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    1. The Biscuit series of books have been a pretty good introduction to reading for my daughter. So far, I think this one has engaged her the most and also been most effective in terms of the frequency of repetition of words.

    2. The books in the Biscuit series by Alyssa Satin Capucilli and Pat Schories are great for beginning readers. Our youngest loves these stories and she is really building up her confidence in her reading skills when she reads them aloud to us. The narrative is repetitive and simple and the illustrations are adorable, perfect for a reading primer. I'm sure we will read many more of these books in the coming months. I'm just glad that I don't have to read them aloud! The incessant "Woof! Woof!" can g [...]

    3. ~ borrowed from LibraryBISCUIT MEETS THE CLASS PET is a sweet little book at the late Kindergarten Reading Level. The story is about how Biscuit meets Nibbles. A good portion of the story is told through the art because of the limited vocabulary that is used. Biscuit, as it turns out, is a bit jealous of bunny. The story ends after Nibbles gets away for a little while but is foundSCUIT MEETS THE CLASS PET has soft pastel artwork and 133 words. That might sound really intimidating except for the [...]

    4. Biscuit's owner called Biscuit to meet the class pet, and the class pet found Biscuit's bone, and his ball. The bunny was going hop, hop. Nibbles found Biscuit's ball. And he put them in his bed. Biscuit said, "Woof, woof!" and Nibbles said wiggle and hop, hop. Biscuit was going "Woof" and Nibbles was going hop, hop. Biscuit said "Woof" and Nibbles went hop, hop. Then Biscuit said, "woof, woof, woof, woof," and Nibbles hopped. Then the owner came back and didn't know where Nibbles was. He was no [...]

    5. If you like Biscuit the puppy books then you will like this one. But to me, although my 2 year old loves Biscuit, it was boring. This is a "My First Reader" and true to that I think the entire story maybe only has five or six words. Repeating "Woof" and "Hop" on many pages with very little 'story' to the story. The illustrations is what I think my grandbaby enjoyed more than the story itself. We had fun pointing out things to help her speech and help her think things out than really we did with [...]

    6. Cute idea and well done. I like the Biscuit books because beginning readers can gain confidence in their abilities through the short sentences and repetitive text. In this story, Biscuit finds herself protecting her toys and bed from the class pet, a bunny, who favors Biscuit's taste in just about everything! When the bunny goes missing, Biscuit helps find it with cute results. Recommended for grades K-2.

    7. I have read this particular Biscuit book at least 400 times (at least it seems that way.) Night after night the little one would ask for this book. I think the combination of Biscuit with the cute bunny really helped.

    8. Recommended Ages: grades K - 1There's someone new at Biscuit's house—Nibbles, the class pet, has come for a visit. Nibbles likes exploring Biscuit's home and wants to play with all of Biscuit's toys. Biscuit isn't sure if he is ready to share with Nibbles, but soon Biscuit realizes that he likes having a visitor after all!

    9. When the class pet, Nibbles a rabbit, goes to visit Biscuit, Biscuit is unsure if he wants to share his things with his visitor. However, Biscuit realizes that he likes having Nibbles around and enjoys his company. This beginner's readers can help future educators like myself teach children about friendship as well as sharing.

    10. This book is about a rabbit who comes to visit Biscuit. When reading this book, students will learn social skills, such as sharing and the importance of friendship. I would love to include this as a shared reading, and perhaps read this when I notice that a few classmates are having trouble getting along.

    11. My child and I enjoy the Biscuit series and have read just about every one. There are a ton of My First I Can Read books available, try different ones and see which one your child gravitates to most and complete that series and move to the next until he/she is ready to progress to the next level.

    12. a great easy reader. I misses something because the title is about the class pet but the story never mentioned that Nibbles was the class pet. Good illustrations.

    13. Biscuit Books seems to capture the attention of early readers, my nephews love them. In this book, Biscuit meets Nibbles the Bunny.

    14. This was a very cute book and Biscuit doesn't think he likes having a visitor. But he enjoys having the visitor stay at his house after all!

    15. megan spring reading 2016, children's book, leveled reader, easy reader, level three, series, biscuit, animals, dogs, pets, bunnies, kindergarten, first grade

    16. I thought the book was sweet, but my six year-old son says, "Boo! Thumbs down!" I guess we are past the cute baby animal phase! Now all he wants is books about superheroes.

    17. Besides the rabbit and the dog being cute in this book, it is not a very interesting book. Couldn't keep a child's attention.

    18. I thought there were too many woof woof!'s. but my little sister thought all the barking and hopping was funny.

    19. This book would be a good book to read to a child who is getting ready to have new baby brother or sister. The book isn't actually about anew sibling but, it has a similar theme.

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