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10 thoughts on “Hen's Pens (Easy Words to Read)

  1. Erin Erin says:

    I have heard really good things about Usborne books and saw a stack of these at a garage sale and so I bought them for my toddler They are billed as easy readers and contain a phonics guide for parents that I don't even pay attention to but could be helpful if I was teaching my son about phonetics The pictures are colorful and the words rhyme But I have found that every story is rather dumb and some of the stories don't even make sense I do plan on keeping these for when he starts reading because they do use words that are easy to read Just wish the story was better


  2. Jessica Chisom Jessica Chisom says:

    Nice


  3. Debra Debra says:

    These Usborne phonics readers are bright and attractive with a fun flip out pages This book is all about the en sound A fun story Hen has markers NEW markers What can she draw on She starts on paper but that runs outs There seem to be a great deal of eggs around Let's draw on them This ends in a very funny mix up The back of the book gives a vocabulary list and notes the words that do not follow the phonics rules Drat the fact the the English language has so many exceptions


  4. Nicola Nicola says:

    Miss 4 prefers this earlier set of Usborne phonics with the fold out flaps and a focus on a specific phonic sound throughout the textMiss 4 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library sometimes around particular topics or themes We try to get different ones out every week or so; it's fun for both of us to have the variety and to look at a mix of new favourite authors


  5. Jessica Jessica says:

    Cute and silly book


  6. Lex Redding Lex Redding says:

    I uite liked this little rhyming book though it wasn't bub's favourite he was super tired


  7. Danie Cutter Danie Cutter says:

    Great book easy words for children learning to read Like the fact that while it uses phonics there are also patterns for the words eg Goose and Loose so is suited to pattern recognition methods of learning to read as wellHave bought the whole series as daughter loves these While the words are simple there's still enough of a storyaction to keep her interested just while too many early reading books are three word sentences one sentence per page and only a few pages per book This set of books is top of the learn to read books we've come across so far


  8. Joanna Joanna says:

    Pretty silly phrasing comes from stretching as many rhymes as possible Cameron did not mind and picked this book four times in a row Probably would have been 5 but I am tired of reading it and suggested a short break Adorable illustrations of hen enjoying her ten new pens and her favorite activity drawing zigzags Soon all of the eggs are a colorful jumble


  9. Vinitha Vinitha says:

    My little girl picked it up at the library drawn by the illustrations and foldouts But she was not teribbly impressed by the book It was an ok book I liked how they had an yellow duck in each page and it was great hunting for it


  10. Sarah Jost Sarah Jost says:

    This is a good book for kids that are learning to read It is a board book and it has flip up pages on each page There is a lot of rhyming words which kids will enjoy when they are listening to it being read and will also help as they are starting to read it themselves


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  • Paperback
  • 16 pages
  • Hen's Pens (Easy Words to Read)
  • Phil Roxbee Cox
  • English
  • 23 August 2016
  • 9780794515065