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The Trouble With Johnny…He Can't Read

The Trouble With Johnny…He Can't Read
The Trouble With Johnny…He Can't Read
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Pages: 
32
Average: 4.3 (3 votes)
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 It takes Johnny years to learn how important it is to know how to read. From getting a job to driving a car…he is sorry he didn't learn in school. It takes a request from his niece to get Johnny to a class so he can read and not only have more fun in life, but he can also help others! The Trouble With Johnny fits into core standards for integrating knowledge and ideas, key ideas and details, and craft and structure in a fun and educational way to get kids, teachers and parents talking about the importance of reading. 

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Pages: 32
Reading Level: Advanced (9 to 13)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781882658206
Categories: Action Adventure, Educational, Special Needs
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: beginning reading
Date Added: December 2, 2014
The Trouble with Johnny He Cant Read Larry Lee Fickau illustrated by Norasack Pathammavong The Trouble With JohnnyHe Cant Read by Larry Lee Fickau illustrated by Norasack Pathammavong copyright Larry Lee Fickau All rights reserved This book is a work of fiction Names characters places and incidents except where noted otherwise are products of the authors imagination or are used fictitiously Any other resemblance to actual people places or events is entirely coincidental No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any other form or for any means electronic or mechanical including photocopy recording or any information storage system without written permission from Headline Books To order additional copies of this book or for book publishing information or to contact the author Headline Kids P O Box Terra Alta WV Tel Email mybookheadlinebookscom wwwheadlinebookscom wwwheadlinekidscom wwwkidswant2readcom Published by Headline Books Headline Kids is an imprint of Headline Books ISBN13 Library of Congress Control Number  P R I N T E D I N T H E U N I T E D S T A T E S O F A M E R I C A This book is dedicated to all the children who have yet to discover the joy of reading  Can you imagine a boy who cannot read Well when Johnny started school he did not want to read He thought reading was boring On library day Johnny found a quiet corner and just pretended to read But everyone knew Johnny wasnt reading because he was holding the book upside down  When the teacher asked Johnny to read in class he pretended he was sick Sometimes he even faked losing his voice Johnny simply didnt want to read To him reading was boring   Johnnys parents moved him from school to school thinking that maybe new teachers would help Johnny learn to read But Johnny still thought reading was boring So he failed all his tests in every school