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What Do You Like to Do... Catholic Easy Reader and Keepsake Journal
Nancy Nicholson

Do you have a youngster who is positively famished to read more, but isn’t quite ready for chapter books? Or a student who needs just a little bit more practice, but is reluctant to go over the day’s reading lesson yet again?

The short stories featured in What Do You Like to Do... (for students who have completed Little Stories for Little Folks: Catholic Phonics Readers, Level 2) and What Can You Do... (for students who have completed Level 3) will please the “hungry” eager reader, as well as provide encouraging practice for reluctant readers. Both books include “journal pages” that not only give the child a special “ownership” of his book but also create a precious record of the child’s responses.

What Do You Like to Do... invites discussion and written responses about favorite pastimes throughout the seasons. Family-friendly story topics foster thoughtfulness, responsibility, and appreciation of our Holy Faith.

Features layflat perfect binding for ease of use. 25 stories.150 pgs. Illustrated. Softcover.  8½”x5½” 

Recommended core text in CHC Lesson Plans for First Grade. Tour this title within the First Grade Interactive Guide!


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“My twins use these books to journal in. Their older sister has a journal of her own and they want to do what she is doing. The stories in it are fun to read and great for beginners. Thanks CHC! ”
- Sharon, OH
“My 7 year old son was excited when he saw the chapter about a boy fishing and said, "that's me!" It is nice to have some topics, like fish and frogs, that boys can relate to. It went a long way in enticing him to try to read even though reading is frustrating for him. He seemed excited that he could color the pictures. I was excited about the extra space between lines that makes it easier to read and the grey background that reduces eyestrain for dyslexics and children with sensory problems. Those two features really make it work for children who can not use many standard materials. I am looking forward to having a record in his own words of what he likes at this age and am excited that it starts out at a very easy reading level he can handle. ”
- Janice, OH
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