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Pop & Pip: A Decodable Story

Jessica Kelley

Meet Pop, a spirited girl in a wheelchair, and her lovable companion, Pip. Together, they embark on an adventure, filled with fun and a few challenges along the way. This story beautifully conveys the importance of compassion and embracing life's unexpected twists and turns.

Pop & Pip is a truly unique book, thoughtfully designed to cater to children of all ages and abilities.

Inside this book, you'll discover:

  • A vocabulary page with words sorted by phonics pattern
  • Decodable words in a dyslexia-friendly font, ensuring accessibility for all young readers
  • Concise sentences that make the story easy to follow, perfect for emerging readers
  • Foundational phonics patterns and carefully chosen words
  • Engaging activities at the end of the story, providing an interactive element that enhances the overall reading adventure

This story is a journey of friendship, a celebration of inclusivity, and a valuable tool for learning. Join Pop and Pip on their heartwarming adventure, and let their tale inspire readers of all ages to show compassion, embrace life's journeys, and cherish the beauty of friendship.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Jessica Kelley
  • Publish Date: Oct 26th, 2023
  • Pages: 26
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.07in - 0.14lb
  • EAN: 9798989131716
  • Categories: DisabilitiesReaders - BeginnerDiversity & Multicultural

About the Author

Kelley, Jessica: - Jessica Kelley is a teacher from Norman, Oklahoma with a degree in elementary education. She has taught many eager (and not so eager) 3rd and 4th graders, and loves them all equally. She is passionate and dedicated to helping children learn and considers it her calling in life. She loves creating art, doing crafts, reading, and spending time with her friends and family. This is the first book she has written but she wants to write more.
Smith, Sam: - Sam Smith is an artist from Oklahoma City. This story is special to her because the illustrations represent how some people need different tools, like a wheelchair, to navigate the world and still have fun. The inspiration for the character comes from the artist's real-life hero, her mom. Seeing her mother fearlessly conquer the world in her leg brace and sparkly boots showed her anyone can live life with grace and courage, despite physical differences.
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