Frank, the frog, is back for another adventure! This time he is carried off into the sky hanging from a balloon. At first, Frank is excited to be flying off and seeing the world. However, as he flies further and further from his home, Frank begins to wish that he could go back. Unfortunately, Frank doesn't even know how to get back to the ground!...
|Title||:||Frank and the Balloon: Level K-1|
|Number of Pages||:||44 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Frank and the Balloon: Level K-1 Reviews
What I really like about this series is that it is helping my son be willing to read. Since one side of the book has an adult page and the other side has a child page, it is clear what he is "supposed" to read and that it is a small part of the overall reading. Yet, by working together to read the book, he has a sense of accomplishment and practices his reading. I also like the clear "levels" on the books, which have been really helpful for ones that fit his current reading ability. Thanks, Theresa, for recommending!
I love the "me page" and "you page" read. The story was nice too. My little guys loves balloons and it was a hit for him. :)
Loving the "we both read" books! Now that DJ is reading on his own its nice that he picks books we can read together :)