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You Read to Me, I'll Read to You

This book uses traditional reading teaching techniques (alliteration, rhyme, repetition, short sentences) to invite young children to read along with an adult. Eight short fairy tales fit on one spread and feature the characters and stories that children love best. With clear, color-coded typography and amusing illustrations, this collection is sure to entertain while encouraging reading skills and interaction with others. The fractured fairy tales include: The Three Little Bears, The Princess and the Pea, Billy Goat's Gruff, Cinderella, and more!

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  • "You read to me, I'll read to you short stories"
  • "You read to me, i'll read to you"@it
  • "Very short stories to read together"
  • "Very short fairy tales to read together"@en
  • "You read to me, I will read to you"@en
  • "You read to me, I will read to you"
  • "Very short scary tales to read together"

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  • "This book uses traditional reading teaching techniques (alliteration, rhyme, repetition, short sentences) to invite young children to read along with an adult. Eight short fairy tales fit on one spread and feature the characters and stories that children love best. With clear, color-coded typography and amusing illustrations, this collection is sure to entertain while encouraging reading skills and interaction with others. The fractured fairy tales include: The Three Little Bears, The Princess and the Pea, Billy Goat's Gruff, Cinderella, and more!"@en
  • "This book uses traditional reading teaching techniques (alliteration, rhyme, repetition, short sentences) to invite young children to read along with an adult. Eight short fairy tales fit on one spread and feature the characters and stories that children love best. With clear, color-coded typography and amusing illustrations, this collection is sure to entertain while encouraging reading skills and interaction with others. The fractured fairy tales include: The Three Little Bears, The Princess and the Pea, Billy Goat's Gruff, Cinderella, and more!"
  • "A book of children's poetry which encourages young children to read with an adult."
  • "Classic Mother Goose rhymes in color-coded typography let young children read along with an adult."
  • "Uses alliteration, rhyme, and repetition to invite children to read along with peers or with an adult."
  • "A unique collection of stories in verse that help children learn to read."@en
  • "Provides brief retellings of favorite fairy tales, each told in two voices and using traditional reading techniques to invite young children to read along with an adult."@en
  • "Each short poem invites two readers to read their own parts, and then read the passage in the central column together, in a spooky collection filled with zombies, ghosts, and ghouls."
  • "8 fairy tales are retold as very short rhyming stories with a twist at the end encouraging children to read together. Each story is told in two voices, with text in different colors for a pair of readers -- two children, or a child and a parent who is in a literacy program, or one beginning and one more-advanced reader."@en
  • "With type set in three columns and three colors for easy readability, each of the eight short fairy tales takes a new look at the old stories and invites two readers to read their own parts and then read the center column together."@en
  • "Eight favorite fairy tales in very short tellings, told in two voices to allow reading together."@en
  • "Eight favorite fairy tales in very short tellings, told in two voices to allow reading together."
  • "Using rhyme, rhythm and repetition, the scary text invites young children to read along with an adult. Together the adult's text and the child's responsive text create stories with a scary theme."
  • "Characters from current popular childrens books, such as Baby Huggly, Froggy, Clifford the big red dog, and Rainbow Fish are shown being read to by someone or reading themselves."
  • "This collection of Aesop's fables includes both beloved tales such as "The Ant and the Grasshopper" and "The Lion and the Mouse," as well as less familiar but equally charming stories like "The Peacock and the Crane.""
  • "Each short, rhymed story invites two readers to read their own parts, and then read the passage in the central column together."@en
  • "Using rhyme, rhythm and repetition, the humorous text invites young children to read along with an adult. Together the adult's text and the child's responsive text create stories on themes including friendship, family and pets."@en
  • "Using rhyme, rhythm and repetition, the humorous text invites young children to read along with an adult. Together the adult's text and the child's responsive text create stories on themes including friendship, family and pets."
  • "Classic Mother Goose rhymes in color-coded typography let young children read along with an adult"
  • "The three bears -- The princess and the pea -- Jack and the beanstalk -- Little Red Riding Hood -- Cinderella -- The three little pigs -- The little red hen and the grain of wheat -- The three billy goats gruff."@en

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  • "Readers (Primary)"@en
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Pictorial works"
  • "Fairy tales"@en
  • "Picture books"@en
  • "Picture books for children"
  • "Picture books for children"@en
  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Poetry"@en
  • "Poetry"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Adaptations"
  • "Children's poetry"@en

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  • "You Read to Me, I'll Read to You"@en
  • "You read to me, i'll read to you : very short scary tales to read together"
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : very short fables to read together"@en
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : very short fables to read together"
  • "Very short fairy tales to read together : (in which wolves are tamed, trolls are transformed, and peas are triumphant)"@en
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : very Mother Goose tales to read together"@en
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you"@en
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you very short scary tales to read together"
  • "You Read to Me, I'll Read to You Very Short Mother Goose Tales to Read Together"@en
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you very scary stories to read together"@en
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you very scary stories to read together"
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you very short fairy tales to read together (in which wolves are tamed, trolls are transformed, and peas are triumphant)"
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you very short scary stories to read together"
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : very short fairy tales to read together"@en
  • "Tu leggi a me, io leggo a te"
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you / very short fairy tales to read together (in which wolves are tamed, trolls are transformed, and peas triumphant)"@en
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : very short fairy tales to read together : in which wolves are tamed, trolls are transformed, and peas are triumphant"@en
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : very short Mother Goose tales to read together"
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : very short Mother Goose tales to read together"@en
  • "Tu leggi a me, io leggo a te : piccolissime storie da leggere insieme"
  • "Tu leggi a me, io leggo a te : piccolissime storie da leggere insieme"@it
  • "You Read to Me, I'll Read to You Very Short Fairy Tales to Read Together"@en
  • "You read to me! I'll read to you!"
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you very short stories to read together"
  • "Tu leggi a me, lo leggo a te : piccolissime storie da leggere insieme"
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : [very short stories to read together]"
  • "Very short fairy tales to read together"
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : very short stories to read together"@en
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : very short stories to read together"
  • "You Read to Me, I'll Read to You : Very Short Stories to Read Together"@en
  • "You read to me, i'll read to you"
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : very short scary tales to read together"
  • "You read to me, I'll read to you : very short scary tales to read together"@en

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