Item description for Flip-a-Word: Wet Pet by Harriet Ziefert & Yukiko Kido...
Overview Humorous illustrations and die-cut pages introduce words of the same family, such as jet, wet, and net, and then combine them in often-improbable phrases, including "pet net" or "wet pet."
Publishers Description These unique, interactive early reading books invite children to flip the pages and discover different words and pictures, with the shared word ending showing through a die cut at the bottom of the page. The use of word families helps children to recognize similarities between words that rhyme, and the bright, humorous illustrations in a Japanese anime style will keep the attention of both kids and parents. Featured word family: Wet Pet -ed (sled, bed, shed, red), -et (pet, wet, net, jet), -am (ram, lamb, jam, ham)
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 0.26 lbs.
Release Date Apr 28, 2008
Publisher Blue Apple Books
ISBN 1934706078 ISBN13 9781934706077
Availability 0 units.
More About Harriet Ziefert & Yukiko Kido
Harriet Ziefert was born in New Jersey. She grew up in North Bergen, New Jersey, where she attended the local schools. She graduated from Smith College, then received a Masters degree in Education from New York University. Harriet Ziefert's many books include A New Coat for Anna, the Hello Reading series and the Lift-the-Flap books, as well as picture books such as With Love from Grandma, and board books, including Dress Little Bunny and Feed Little Bunny.
Ms. Ziefert was educated at Smith College and New York University. She has taught every elementary school grade, from preschool to grade six and is the author of a widely-used early childhood education program for language arts, reading, and social studies.
Ms. Ziefert lives in Maplewood, New Jersey and Lincoln, Massachusetts. She has two adult sons.
Harriet Ziefert currently resides in Maplewood, in the state of New Jersey.