Item description for Biscuit Goes to School (My First I Can Read) by Alyssa Satin Capucilli & Pat Schories...
Overview Despite not being allowed to attend, Biscuit decides to see for himself what school is about, yet once in the classroom, he knows he better stay out of view of the teacher or out he will go.
Biscuit wants to go to school. He wants to go to class, have a snack in the cafeteria, and hear a story in the library. Most of all, Biscuit wants to meet the teacher But dogs aren't allowed in school. What will happen when the teacher discovers Biscuit?
The little yellow puppy's adventure perfectly captures the excitement of a young child's first day at school
Awards and Recognitions Biscuit Goes to School (My First I Can Read) by Alyssa Satin Capucilli & Pat Schories has received the following awards and recognitions -
Garden State Children's Book Awards - 2005 Winner - Easy-To-Read Series category
Citations And Professional Reviews Biscuit Goes to School (My First I Can Read) by Alyssa Satin Capucilli & Pat Schories has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Hornbook Guide to Children - 01/01/2003 page 60
Kirkus Review - Children - 06/15/2002 page 877
Booklist - 08/01/2002 page 1969
Hornbook Guide to Children - 07/01/2002 page 60
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2003 page 74
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6.5" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jul 23, 2002
ISBN 0060286822 ISBN13 9780060286828 UPC 046594014993
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More About Alyssa Satin Capucilli & Pat Schories
When I was a young girl growing up in Brooklyn, New York, the weekly trip to the public library with my mother and sisters, was much anticipated. I loved the quiet hush of the room, I loved the books on the shelves, I loved the books in my hands. I quickly became an avid reader and vowed to read every book from A to Z! Louisa May Alcott and Beverly Cleary were two of my favorite authors! Although I loved to imagine myself as different characters in books, I never imagined that the authors who created them were real people!
My home was filled with books and book lovers as well. And even though I spent much of my time writing, imagining, and creating stories, songs, poems, and puppet shows, I began focusing on story telling in another way; I began to tell stories through movement and dance, and spent numerous years dancing professionally. I still love to dance, but now I find that I enjoy inventing worlds through words even more.
Nowadays, my home is a small cozy cottage in Hastings on Hudson, New York. It is still filled with books and even more book lovers — my two children, Peter and Laura, my husband, Bill, and of course our lovable chocolate Labrador, Huckleberry! I find that I get many ideas and much inspiration from the long morning walks through the woods that I take with Huckleberry each day. Huckleberry especially loves the snow!
I hope you’ll enjoy reading my books as much as I enjoy writing them!
Alyssa Satin Capucilli currently resides in Hastings-On-Hudson, in the state of New York. Alyssa Satin Capucilli was born in 1957.
Reviews - What do customers think about Biscuit Goes to School (My First I Can Read)?
ADORABLE. A HUGE HIT WITH MY FOUR YEAR OLD DAUGHTER. Dec 21, 2007
My daughter is obsessed with Biscuit books. They're very cute, and best of all, they are SHORT--an ideal quality for a night-time read (if your kid, like mine, likes to hear a lot of stories before bed).
John's review Jan 19, 2006
This is my favorite book. Biscuit wants to go to school to play ball with the kids. Read the book to find out what happens.
A great first reader Aug 26, 2005
My mother, a teacher, gave us some Bisquit books for our 4 year old son. He loved them so much, he has learned to read them in just a couple weeks.
The illustrations are as cute as can be.
The text ranges from simple to moderate for a first reader. I have found the balance between easy to read / appropriately repetitive text and few few places where the rules for sounds change a little to be just right. You can see where your child will try to apply a known rule (e.g., here vs. her) but will fail. You can explain the difference between the words and how to know proper pronunciation. After doing it a few times, he gets not just the words, but the rule. This, of course, requires the parent to be active while the child is reading.
The construction of the book provide plenty of reinforcement for the child and our son always wants to read more.
However, like all things, it is good to get other first readers as well. After a point, children will have memorized the text and will no longer be really 'reading' or stretching themselves.
We have some Bob the Builder, Toy Story, etc. books. However, Bisquit was unknown to us and is preferred by our son.
fine beginning reader Jul 31, 2004
Large type, simple words and colorful pictures characterize this beginning reader with a retro sensibility as it relates the small adventures of a puppy named Biscuit who follows his girl to school. Little readers will love it.
Here's Biscuit off on another adventure Dec 4, 2003
Biscuit is a little puppy who wants to go to school like his owner. He follows the little girl to school one day. Once at school Biscuit wants to join in with the other boys and girls. He wants to play ball, hear a story, wants a snack and meet the teacher. The little girl is worried that the teacher will be angry that Biscuit came to school. It turns out the teacher and the students enjoy Biscuit being with them.
This book is a great book for young dog lovers. There are very little words per page. Beginner readers will enjoy this book. The pictures are also very cute.
I would recommed this book for young children because it will keep their attention well. This is one is a series of other Biscuit books. If they enjoy this one they will look for others by the same author.