This new Pre-Level One, Ready-to-Read paperback is ideal for a child who wants to assume some of the reading chores. The sentences are nice and short and the vocabulary should not cause any problems.
The familiar characters will also make this little book one that any child familiar with Daniel Tiger and his friends will find comfortable. Daniel and his friend Katerina, along with their parents, are going out to eat. Not only does the simple story illustrate how to order what one wants but it also stresses that since this is not a fast food place, you’ll have to be patient and wait for the meal to arrive.
Naturally, Daniel and Katerina are a little impatient but they find some ways to make the time pass quickly. When their dinner does arrive, the two children are very pleased, so it was worth the wait.
The large illustrations are another plus here and make this a little book that will get your child off to a good beginning when it comes to shared reading.
Daniel Tiger learns all about patience in this sweet Pre-level 1 Ready-to-Read based on a popular episode of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood!
Daniel Tiger and his family are going out to eat with Katerina and her mom! Daniel is excited, until he finds out he has to wait at the table for his food to be cooked. Luckily, Daniel’s mom shows him that when he waits, he can play, sing, or imagine anything!
This book includes a checklist of tips at the back, so readers can be on their best behavior the next time they go out to dinner!
Age Range: 3 - 5 years / Grade Level: Preschool - Kindergarten