Available October 1st
In the Emergent title Lola and the Frog, an orange cat named Lola tries to convince a little frog to play with her.
Early Emergent Readers
Early Emergent readers benefit from books about familiar topics that use carefully controlled text structure and repeated vocabulary. Pictures that match what is happening in the story are important cues for readers at this level. They help support the decoding of new words. Early Emergent readers are still building their vocabulary. As they build their vocabulary of high-frequency words, their reading becomes more fluent and begins to sound like natural speaking
Lola and the Frog is part of the Her Name is Lola fiction set that includes five 5-1/2 x 5-1/2″ books. Emergent readers (F&P levels D-E, Reading Recovery® levels 5-8) will enjoy this title. The titles, Lola Looks Up, Lola is Feeling Hungry, and My Cat, Lola are appropriate for Early Emergent readers (F&P levels A-C, Reading Recovery® levels 1-4). As their reading skills improve, Lola’s Lost Collar (F&P level F, Reading Recovery® level 9) can be read by Upper Emergent readers. The increasing levels of reading difficulty serve to challenge and encourage progressing readers as they want to continue to see what happens to Lola.