Biscuit Meets the Class Pet eBook æ Biscuit Meets

Biscuit Meets the Class Pet eBook æ Biscuit Meets


Biscuit Meets the Class Pet ❮Reading❯ ➽ Biscuit Meets the Class Pet ➶ Author Alyssa Satin Capucilli – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk For fans of Clifford and Spot, welcome everybody s favorite little yellow puppy, Biscuit, in an I Can Read adventure Hop, hop There s someone new at Biscuit s house Nibbles, the class pet, has come fo For fans the Class PDF/EPUB ✓ of Clifford and Spot, welcome everybody s favorite little yellow puppy, Biscuit, in an I Can read adventure Hop, hop There s someone new at Biscuit s house Nibbles, the class pet, has come for a visit Nibbles likes exploring Biscuit s home and wants to play with all of Biscuit s toys Biscuit isn t sure if Biscuit Meets PDF/EPUB ² he is ready to share with Nibbles, but soon Biscuit realizes that he likes having a visitor after all Biscuit Meets the Class Pet, a My First I Can read book, is carefully crafted using basic language, word repetition, sight words, and sweet illustrations which means it s perfect for shared reading with emergent readers.

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Biscuit Meets the Class Pet
  • Alyssa Satin Capucilli
  • English
  • 10 November 2017
  • 0061177474

About the Author: Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Alyssa Satin the Class PDF/EPUB ✓ Capucilli was born in Brooklyn, New York, in She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, and pursued her interest in dance, becoming a professional dancer and dance instructor Though Capucilli had written stories, poems, and even puppet shows as a child, she didn t consider a career as a writer until after her own two children were born Biscuit Meets PDF/EPUB ² To this day she sees herself as both a dancer and a writer, and the two professions complement each other nicely dancing is, in her words, telling stories in another way, and readers of her children s books can attest to the rhythm of her language Since , she has writtenthan books for children, and her work has been translated Meets the Class Kindle Ô into French, Hebrew, Afrikaans, Greek, and Bulgarian Capucilli lives in Hastings on Hudson, New York, with her husband and children They have a chocolate Labrador retriever named Huckleberry, who likes to watch the author at work.



10 thoughts on “Biscuit Meets the Class Pet

  1. Meg McGregor Meg McGregor says:

    Biscuit is one of the literary world s cutest puppies In this adventure, his loving owner has brought the class pet, Nibbles, to stay for the weekend Biscuit is at first reluctant to share anything with the bunny but then, he realizes maybe having Nibbles around, isn t so bad The two girls loved the story The only reason it didn t get a higher rating is, I felt, the author should have explained why Nibbles was at Biscuit s home, in the first place But four stars is still a great rating Biscui Biscuit is one of the literary world s cutest puppies In this adventure, his loving owner has brought the class pet, Nibbles, to stay for the weekend Biscuit is at first reluctant to share anything with the bunny but then, he realizes maybe having Nibbles around, isn t so bad The two girls loved the story The only reason it didn t get a higher rating is, I felt, the author should have explained why Nibbles was at Biscuit s home, in the first place But four stars is still a great rating Biscuit forever

  2. Sarah Sarah says:

    The Biscuit series of books have been a pretty good introduction to reading for my daughter So far, I think this one has engaged her the most and also been most effective in terms of the frequency of repetition of words.

  3. Tatiyana Puckett Tatiyana Puckett says:

    This is a great childs book, this book was one of my favorite childhood book.

  4. Evelyn Evelyn says:

    I kind of liked the story 6yo

  5. Dolly Dolly says:

    The books in the Biscuit series by Alyssa Satin Capucilli and Pat Schories are great for beginning readers Our youngest loves these stories and she is really building up her confidence in her reading skills when she reads them aloud to us The narrative is repetitive and simple and the illustrations are adorable, perfect for a reading primer I m sure we will read manyof these books in the coming months I m just glad that I don t have to read them aloud The incessant Woof Woof can g The books in the Biscuit series by Alyssa Satin Capucilli and Pat Schories are great for beginning readers Our youngest loves these stories and she is really building up her confidence in her reading skills when she reads them aloud to us The narrative is repetitive and simple and the illustrations are adorable, perfect for a reading primer I m sure we will read manyof these books in the coming months I m just glad that I don t have to read them aloud The incessant Woof Woof can get old We ve read this one a couple of times

  6. Pam ☼Because Someone Must Be a Thorn☼ Tee Pam ☼Because Someone Must Be a Thorn☼ Tee says:

    borrowed from LibraryBISCUIT MEETS THE CLASS PET is a sweet little book at the late Kindergarten Reading Level The story is about how Biscuit meets Nibbles A good portion of the story is told through the art because of the limited vocabulary that is used Biscuit, as it turns out, is a bit jealous of bunny The story ends after Nibbles gets away for a little while but is found.BISCUIT MEETS THE CLASS PET has soft pastel artwork and 133 words That might sound really intimidating except for t borrowed from LibraryBISCUIT MEETS THE CLASS PET is a sweet little book at the late Kindergarten Reading Level The story is about how Biscuit meets Nibbles A good portion of the story is told through the art because of the limited vocabulary that is used Biscuit, as it turns out, is a bit jealous of bunny The story ends after Nibbles gets away for a little while but is found.BISCUIT MEETS THE CLASS PET has soft pastel artwork and 133 words That might sound really intimidating except for the fact that many of the words are Woof and hop Here s sample text from two pages I tried to choose some of the most complicated text Nibbles found your boneand your balland your bed.Woof, woof And you found Nibbles.Woof It s not a fabulous story but new readers will probably like it Certainly the artwork is appealing

  7. Alexander The Triumphant Alexander The Triumphant says:

    Biscuit s owner called Biscuit to meet the class pet, and the class pet found Biscuit s bone, and his ball The bunny was going hop, hop Nibbles found Biscuit s ball And he put them in his bed Biscuit said, Woof, woof and Nibbles said wiggle and hop, hop Biscuit was going Woof and Nibbles was going hop, hop Biscuit said Woof and Nibbles went hop, hop Then Biscuit said, woof, woof, woof, woof, and Nibbles hopped Then the owner came back and didn t know where Nibbles was He was no Biscuit s owner called Biscuit to meet the class pet, and the class pet found Biscuit s bone, and his ball The bunny was going hop, hop Nibbles found Biscuit s ball And he put them in his bed Biscuit said, Woof, woof and Nibbles said wiggle and hop, hop Biscuit was going Woof and Nibbles was going hop, hop Biscuit said Woof and Nibbles went hop, hop Then Biscuit said, woof, woof, woof, woof, and Nibbles hopped Then the owner came back and didn t know where Nibbles was He was not under the table, he was not on the chair And then Biscuit said, Woof, woof Where can Nibbles be You found Nibbles Nibbles found Biscuit s ball and his bed, and his boneby Alexander

  8. Rosa Cline Rosa Cline says:

    If you like Biscuit the puppy books then you will like this one But to me, although my 2 year old loves Biscuit, it was boring This is a My First Reader and true to that I think the entire story maybe only has five or six words Repeating Woof and Hop on many pages with very little story to the story The illustrations is what I think my grandbaby enjoyedthan the story itself We had fun pointing out things to help her speech and help her think things out than really we did with If you like Biscuit the puppy books then you will like this one But to me, although my 2 year old loves Biscuit, it was boring This is a My First Reader and true to that I think the entire story maybe only has five or six words Repeating Woof and Hop on many pages with very little story to the story The illustrations is what I think my grandbaby enjoyedthan the story itself We had fun pointing out things to help her speech and help her think things out than really we did with the story itself Not written like most of the Biscuit books a little disappointed

  9. Samantha Samantha says:

    Cute idea and well done I like the Biscuit books because beginning readers can gain confidence in their abilities through the short sentences and repetitive text In this story, Biscuit finds herself protecting her toys and bed from the class pet, a bunny, who favors Biscuit s taste in just about everything When the bunny goes missing, Biscuit helps find it with cute results Recommended for grades K 2.

  10. Arwen Arwen says:

    I have read this particular Biscuit book at least 400 times at least it seems that way Night after night the little one would ask for this book I think the combination of Biscuit with the cute bunny really helped.

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