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I'm Going to New York to Visit the Lions
ISBN: 9781402720765
Author: Linn, Margo/ Roitman, Tanya (ILT)/ Ziefert, Harrie
Publisher: Sterling Pub Co Inc
Published: March 2005
Retail: $11.95    OUR PRICE: $2.99
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Binding Type: Hardcover
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Annotation: Come along on our journey to New York. It's a special trip, just to visit the lions. Which lions could that be? The ones in the zoo? Toy lions in the store? Not at all: come see the lions who live at the New York Public Library. Margo Linn and Tania Roitman have provided a perfect introduction to the library for the newest readers.

Additional Information
Target Grade: 1-2
Grade level: 1-2
Physical Information: 0.25" H x 25.00" L x 6.25" W
Bargain Category: Early Elementary, Geography, Growing Up, Leveled Readers
Grade level(s): Kindergarten, 1st
 
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.
Reviewed by Horn Book Guide Reviews (Horn Book Guide Reviews 2005 Fall)
This series features three levels of beginning reader texts: up to fifty words (level one), one hundred words (level two), and two hundred words (level three). The illustrations are consistently lively, the stories range from forced to adequate ([cf2]Class Play[cf1], for more confident readers, is engaging). There are nine other spring 2005 books in this series. [Review covers these I'm Going to Read! titles: [cf2]A Class Play with Ms. Vanilla[cf1], [cf2]Fish Wish[cf1], [cf2]Go Away, Crows![cf1], [cf2]I'm Going to New York to Visit the Lions[cf1], [cf2]Silly Pig[cf1], and [cf2]Who Spilled the Milk?[cf1].] Copyright 2005 Horn Book Guide Reviews.
Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 2005 May)
K-Gr 3-Leveled series titles for beginning readers. In Lions, new vocabulary appears in a bar across the top of each page. Adults familiar with the more traditional listing of sight words in the back of the book may find this new approach distracting; children, however, are likely to benefit from this arrangement. Through the story, readers learn about the New York Public Library as they tag along with Nate and his friend Kate to meet the lions that guard the building's entrance. Beginning readers should be able to decode most of the vocabulary. Childlike art provides some visual clues, and the one line of text per page stands out clearly against a crisp white background. In Bed, a young boy is determined to stay up all night. Readers will identify with and appreciate Jake's stubborn refusal, however unrealistic it may be. Text is placed in different locations on different pages, signaling the need for more supplicated skills. The cartoon illustrations provide a touch of drama but no real scary moments as they depict the boy's attempt to stay awake in a darkened living room. Poems will have definite appeal for newly independent readers. Children will find humor in this collection of rhymes that incorporates vocabulary guaranteed to get them giggling. Haley's artwork adds to the book's overall funny flavor. Libraries needing easy-to-read books will want to consider these titles.-Maura Bresnahan, High Plain Elementary School, Andover, MA Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.