Ducks Go Vroom

Ducks Go Vroom

Ducks Go Vroom Simple funny action words and onomatopoeia describe three silly ducks rather impolite visit to their Auntie Goose s house This rollicking tongue twisting rhyming story of three enthusiastic housegu

  • Title: Ducks Go Vroom
  • Author: Jane Kohuth Viviana Garófoli
  • ISBN: 9780375865602
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • Simple, funny action words and onomatopoeia describe three silly ducks rather impolite visit to their Auntie Goose s house This rollicking, tongue twisting, rhyming story of three enthusiastic houseguests, paired with the lively artwork of illustrator Viviana Garofoli, is sure to be a speedy favorite of beginning readers everywhere.Step 1 Ready to Read is for childrenSimple, funny action words and onomatopoeia describe three silly ducks rather impolite visit to their Auntie Goose s house This rollicking, tongue twisting, rhyming story of three enthusiastic houseguests, paired with the lively artwork of illustrator Viviana Garofoli, is sure to be a speedy favorite of beginning readers everywhere.Step 1 Ready to Read is for children who know the alphabet and are ready to read Step 1 titles have big type and easy words, rhyme and rhythm, and picture clues.

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    DUCKS GO VROOM is a must-have for classrooms and nightstands. Three vivacious ducks descend upon the home of their goose relations and wreak good-natured havoc until they tire themselves out. Kohuth's poetic text, usually three to six words per page, is minimal enough to encourage budding readers yet substantial enough to sustain their interest and entertain them. It resounds with strong, onomatopoeic words, such as "whoosh," "crunch," and "Brring!" and combines rhyme with a loose rhythmic struc [...]

    Darling early reader for the most beginning readers. Ride along with the Ducks as they visit their Aunt Goose's house. Using lots of noise words and actions, the text is very basic. The illustrations are hysterical and are critical for the story to really come together. Kids would love this simple, silly story!

    My daughter absolutely loves this book. The text is noisy and fun to read, while the illustrations are hysterical! I especially love the ducks that yak yak yak on their cell phones. So cute and clever!I also posted a mini-review on my blog.

    Mqrk Twain once wrote "Visitors, like fish, start to stink after three days! This saying is very true especially with these ducks! Their Auntie Goose may think twice about inviting them again!Great fun and wonderful illustrations make this book a winner for your little one to read over and over.

    Step into Reading Step 1 Ready to ReadIt's funny how little "vroom" has to do with the story presented in this book. There is certainly a lot of action throughout the book from yawning to clitter-clatter so I can understand the title. I was expecting it to revolve around cars a little more than it did. It was a nice loud read aloud.

    I picked this book up at our local library after meeting Jane at a Grub. St. writer's workshop for writing children's picture story books. Nice job, Jane, both in writing an energized 1st Reader book and in conducting a fine workshop in Wellesley!

    Fun little story, the illustrations and text both needed to understand what's going on, there was a little moral there about rudeness bad house guests that could have used more emphasis but it would make a great conversation starter.

    Art and vocabulary were both okay, but I didn't like the plot. Naughty ducks who finally clean up one mess.

    Lots of fun adjectives make up the sounds in this book. Words like clitter clatter and pitter patter encourage rhyming schemes as well.

    Annoying, badly behaved ducks don't really vroom much either. My car-mad toddler didn't really care much for it.

    megan summer reading 2012, megan spring reading 2016, children's book, leveled reader, easy reader, level one, prek, kindergarten, first grade, ducks, things that go,

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