Primarily Reading by Gloria Lapin

Ebooks

To download a comic Ebook simply click a comic book cover.  You will be linked to Smashwords.com where you can select a format and download the comic to your computer, smart phone, Ereader, or other device.  The easiest books are found at the bottom of the page
 and become a little more challenging as they move up to the top of the page.


 Free ebooks   black and white or color
  ebooks for $.99      full color



 
"Dogs and Cats" joins the 'More Sight Words' series as the 4th book.
The 106 words in this book provide lots of practice with the vocabulary, and the illustrations give the reader visual support.

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'I Can' is the second in the 'More Sight Words' series. The vocabulary in the book is based on the Fry Instant Word List and the Dolch Basic Sight Word List. This book introduces 14 new words.

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"Where Are You?" is the third book in the 'More Sight Word' series. There are 18 new words and a total of 134 words  with purposeful repetition that provides lots of practice.

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Something Out of Nothing is a retelling of a favorite folktale.  The grandmother and granddaughter show themselves to be creative problem solvers.

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"I See" is first in the 'More Sight Words' series and is designed for the child who is just beginning to read.
The vocabulary is limited to 16
frequently repeated words that provide lots of practice.

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"We Did It" contains about 100 easy to sound out short vowel words (CVC) and is filled with supportive illustrations. The comic format creates an opportunity for new readers to read independently.
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'Where Are We'   is a longer book and includes more vocabulary words.   It is one story of adventure, mystery and magic.

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 In this Danish folktale the silly boy's foolish mistake brings him an unexpected reward.

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'Back to Dogville' is the sequel to 'Where Are We'.
The boys return to Dogville to help their friend solve a mystery.

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The crocodile tries to trick the monkey, and the monkey tries to trick the crocodile.  Who wins?

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This first grade level story is phonics based.  The short vowel words also contain initial and ending consonant blends.

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This is a comic retelling of the funny Yiddish folktale,"It Could Always Be Worse."

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The three comics in Volume 7 are phonics based.
The words contain short vowels, double final 'l' and
's,' and initial and final consonant blends.

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What happens in this silly Welsh folktale when the man puts his cow on the roof?  It is written at first grade level.

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These three colorful comics in Vol. 6 are designed for the beginning phonics reader.  The stories are written
with simple short vowel words, most of which
contain only three letters.  

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In this easy to read African American folktale, the silly young man has trouble making a decision.

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Miss Pat is a silly clown with a very unusual pet cat. She makes a tea party for her cat and a friendly mouse.

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In this delightful black and white adaptation of the popular Southern folk tale, Wiley and his mother outsmart the Hairy man.  

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Gus the clown has trouble with a bug.  This story gives practice with simple short vowel words.


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This turtle may be small, but he shows that he is smart and cunning.  The controlled sight vocabulary make this an easy comic to read.

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Volume 5 uses both sight words and phonics.  The vocabulary is just a bit more challenging than the earlier volumes.

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In this full color comic a helpful
elephant gets in a difficult situation, but a wise and tricky rabbit comes to his aid.

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Volume 4 gives the beginning reader practice with short vowel words that contain consonant blends.

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This is a retelling of a very silly folk tale.  The main character surprises us with just how silly he is.

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Volume 3 offers more practice with phonics skills.

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The traditional folk tale, Little Red Hen, is written especially for beginning readers.  The hard working hen gets her treat at the end of the story.

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Volume 2 has 3 delightful comics written with beginning sight words.

Click the image for a free download in your
choice of formats. 


   
           
 
 

The Irish folk tale, Pot of Gold, is now in easy to read comic format.  The controlled vocabulary is based on beginning sight words.

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The first in the series of "Little Comics for Little Readers" contains 3 very easy to read
stories in comic format.  The stories are written using beginning phonics.

Click the cover image for a free download in your
choice of formats.
 
   

           
 

The Mitten is an adaptation of the popular Ukrainian folktale.  It is written with limited sight word vocabulary for the new reader.

A click of the cover will take you to Smashwords.com where you can purchase it for 99 cents, or click here to order from Diesel Books. 

       
 

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