Flip Flop!

Flip Flop Two best friends ponder over and partake in summer s seemingly endless possibilities There s fun to be had at the sunny shore fireworks to watch and amusement parks to visit This Step story has bi

  • Title: Flip Flop!
  • Author: Dana Meachen Rau Jana Christy Mitchell
  • ISBN: 9780375865831
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two best friends ponder over and partake in summer s seemingly endless possibilities There s fun to be had at the sunny shore, fireworks to watch, and amusement parks to visit This Step 1 story has big type and easy words, rhyme and rhythm, picture clues and includes two sheets of stickers

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    • Katie Fitzgerald says:

      Flip Flop! is a Step 1 easy reader from the Step Into Reading series. Two girls, decked out in summer-wear, including flip-flops, have a lot of choices for how to spend their summer day. "Flip! Flop!" the story begins. "We can't decide." The girls explore 20 different summer activities they could participate in, including doing cannonballs into the pool, riding a rollercoaster, licking ice cream cones, and drinking from the garden hose. The girls are indecisive. "We flip, we flop," the text read [...]

    • Alexis Waltemeyer says:

      Flip Flop by Dana Rau is about two young girls who cannot decide what they want to do. It is a single poem picture book. The two girls cannot decide in the beginning whether to swim or just chase the tide or to do cannonballs or ride on the float. It is about a whole days adventure where the two girls can choose anything they want to do between swimming, watching fireworks, going on roller coasters, or help wash the car. In the end, the two girls decide to ditch their flip flops and go barefoot [...]

    • Angie says:

      Synopsis: "Two best friends ponder over and partake in summer's seemingly endless possibilities. There's fun to be had at the sunny shore, fireworks to watch, and amusement parks to visit. This Step 1 story has big type and easy words, rhyme and rhythm, picture clues and includes two sheets of stickers!"My Review: We have been trying to convince Munchkin that he doesn't need to wear socks in the summer and can wear really cool sandals and flip flops. I thought this would be a great book. And yes [...]

    • Raji Anand says:

      This book is full of fun and it's about two girls who aren't able to decide what they want to do during their holidays. The book has colorful pictures. My son enjoys the pictures and says what he would like to do given a choice.

    • Mary Ann says:

      Two friends want to play together, but they just can’t decide what to do: “Do cannonballs? Or ride the float? Fish from the dock? Or sail the boat?” Rhyming, short sentences give this beginning reader peppy zip, and soft, sweet illustrations create an appealing package.

    • Mary says:

      Highly recommended for emerging readers. I particularly like this one because it's about a black girl and a white girl who are friends. They have lots of fun together. It's nice to see a story where children from different racial backgrounds share ordinary childhood experiences.

    • Rida says:

      Aww cute!!!!

    • Tricia says:

      Beginning reader that shows a variety of summer activities from pool to zoo to fireworks to beach. Fun to read.

    • Sri says:

      Mau ini atau itu? Semua pilihan yang ada membuat bingung. Flip or flop?

    • Heather Jo says:

      megan summer reading 2016, children's book, leveled reader, easy reader, level two, summertime, summer, friends, fun, first grade, kindergarten

    • Dionne says:

      And easy to read book for my sons reading goal of 10 new to him books that he will practice reading outlet out to us. Easy words easy to decipher using his tools.

    • Dana says:

      Works for a summer read.

    • Paula says:

      Makes me wish for summer and all the fun things to do. Playful words to engage young readers and the pictures are colorful, light hearted and fun.

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