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Rainbow world (Macmillan reading. Series r) epub

by Carl Bernard Smith


Rainbow world (Macmillan reading. Series r) epub

ISBN: 0021366802

ISBN13: 978-0021366804

Author: Carl Bernard Smith

Category: No category

Language: English

Publisher: Macmillan (1986)

ePUB book: 1879 kb

FB2 book: 1672 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 593

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1986 MACMILLAN GLOSSY HARDCOVER
I absolutely love the series. These are the books that I used to learn to read when I was in grade school in the 80's. I used to love them as a kid and I still do. I have the entire series. Currently, I am using it to teach my foreign friend how to read. He is in his early thirties but is currently in the 2nd grade reading level using Magic Times . With these stories he is able to read and comprehend and is learning how to further improve his reading and vocabulary. We plan on using the entire series to increase his reading level. I am also using Rainbow World with my second grade nephew to improve his reading. I give the series a five star considering they are books from the 80's. I wish the same series is updated and reprinted .
It is helping my grand daughter to enjoy reading.
This is the series my school used in the eighties. I remember many of the stories, though not what grade I have read them in. So, when the more current homeschool reading curriculum I was using was unable to keep the attention of my children and created reluctance to read, I moved to this series. I really like the ones with Carl B. Smith as one of the authors. In any case, there is now very little complaint about reading. If there is any whining, it usually subsides soon after the story begins. The stories are just that entertaining.
3 *'s. The art work is o...ok, and them theme is pretty dull. But who am I to talk... like i've taken the time to make a children's book.

Thanks.
I happened to find this publication extremely insightful and thoroughly enjoyable. It gave me an entirely new perspective on the human condition.
The illustrations were beyond comprehension, especially the special illustrated effects done for the "Just Awful" by Alma Whitney bit of the book. The content of the book was absolutely mind blowing. The most memorable short story I came across (Betsy) truly opened new doors for me with vital information on how to deal with real life situations similar to Sandy and Betsy's.
Overall, I do have to admit that this may very well be one of my favorite pieces of literature. I applaud and personally praise this enlightening piece of work.