How to Teach a Slug to Read by Susan Pearson

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A little boy explains to Mama Slug how to teach Little Slug to read. Here are a few of his reading rules: Attach labels to Little Slug’s favorite things; Read out loud to him; Point out words that repeat; Sound out words; Make a vocabulary list; Be patient! And, of course, it helps if Little Slug can see the book, so prop it up and set him on a rock! David Slonim’s hilarious acrylic and charcoal illustrations and Susan Pearson’s witty text show that reading can be fun!

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Susan Pearson lives in Atlanta, Georgia David Slonim lives in Anderson, Indiana
Published April 24, 2012 by Two Lions. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Pearson is a slug intimate, having previously charted the course of two Slugs in Love (illustrated by Kevin O'Malley, 2006), so who better to explain, exactly, the best way to teach a slug to read?

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