How to Hatch a Reader
Authored by Kari Ann Gonzalez
Illustrated by Rachel Suzanne
* Reading Age: 4-8 years
* Grade Level: 1-2
* Hardcover: 32 page
* Publisher: Gnome Road Publishing
* Pub. Date: August 15, 2023
* ISBN-10: 1957655054
* ISBN-13: 978- 1957655055
* Language: English
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This is an adorable book with colourful, vibrant illustrations that I know beginning readers will love. A little girl teaches her flock of chickens not only how to read but to love doing it. It is the perfect book to get kids excited about reading. The book is a wonderful tool for teachers and parents to have in their arsenal to teach kids how the reading process works.
"How to Hatch a Reader" is full of humour and fun. The little girl instructs her chickens to rest their chicken cheeks and get comfortable. Witty puns fly throughout the pages which will make both kids and adults laugh. The chickens practice letter sounds, point out common sight words, and much more.
Kids can watch for a little fox that pops up on each page. How fun is that? The author has included useful back matter that will be beneficial to both parents and caregivers. I would recommend that the book be placed in classrooms and school libraries. I love the book and highly, highly recommend it.
Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS!
Meet the Author
Kari Ann Gonzalez is a writer of children's fiction and informational fiction with a heaping helping of humor and STEAM concepts. When she is not regaling her family with tall tales or creating colorful characters for her stories, you will find her reading voraciously. Two cats and six chickens are kind enough to share their home with Kari and her family in California. To learn more about Kari visit https://www.karianngonzalez.com.
About the Illustrator
Rachel Suzanne graduated from Birmingham City University, England with First class honours in Visual Communication, specialising in illustration. She lives with her family, pet parrot Maggie, and two cats. She enjoys creating work through the process of crossing traditional printmaking, digital art, and experimental mark making. Learn more about Rachel at http://www.rachelsuzanne.com.
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