Pup can’t find the 5 pups. Can you? This Level F reader is perfect for final term kindergarteners, first term first graders, and summer time fun!
Tate looks for new things to draw. Pup looks too. Tate sees new things to draw. Pup sees five pups.
The pups are hiding in the museum. There they are--among the dinosaurs, planets and even the butterflies! Children will enjoy practicing their reading skills as they search the pictures for fun details and five mischievous puppies.
This book has been tested by the official Fountas and Pinnel leveling system.
You will also like Can You Find Pup?, another I Like to Read® book by Vincent X. Kirsch.
Level F books, for early first graders, feature longer, more varied sentences than Level E. Level F books encourage kids to decode new multi-syllable words in addition to recognizing sight words. Stories are more complex, and illustrations provide support and additional detail. When Level F is mastered, follow up with Level G.
The award-winning I Like to Read® series focuses on guided reading levels A through G, based upon Fountas and Pinnell standards. Acclaimed author-illustrators--including winners of Caldecott, Theodor Seuss Geisel, and Coretta Scott King honors—create original, high-quality illustrations that support comprehension of simple text and are fun for kids to read again and again with their parents, teachers or on their own!
About the Author
Vincent X. Kirsch is an artist, designer, toymaker, and writer of books, film, and television projects. His work is influenced by theater, puppetry, poster art, classical painting techniques and Hollywood films. Vincent’s illustrations have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times and a wide array of magazines. He has illustrated more than a dozen children’s books, some of which he also wrote, including Can You Find Pup?, a Holiday House I Like to Read book.
"Unabashedly artsy and sure to enjoy a long stay on the read-again shelf."—Kirkus Reviews
"A cute interactive reader. . . . Using watercolor, ink, and graphite, among other things, to create a whimsical setting, Kirsch presents charming characters in Tate and Pup. . . . readers will be entertained by Tate and Pup, and there is enough text for beginning readers to practice without becoming frustrated."—School Library Journal