Tip and Tucker Paw Painters (I Am A Reader: Tip and Tucker)
Tip and Tucker are a pair of chubby little hamsters that live in a cage in Mr. Lopez’s classroom. The children are having an art day. First, they paint with marbles by rolling them around inside boxes. Then some children build a rocket of cardboard for the hamsters and put it in the cage before going outside for recess. But Tip and Tucker discover climbing the rocket is a perfect way to escape their cage. Tip and Tucker think it would be fun to try their hands…er, paws at making their own art. With paws full of paint, they explore the room and look for something to eat. When the children and Mr. Lopez come back, they are in for quite a surprise.
Authors Ann Ingalls and Sue Lowell Gallion have created a fun set of characters and stories for emerging readers. Delightful illustrations by André Ceolin complete this enchanting story perfectly. As youngsters start to become independent readers, they will enjoy having a cute series of books just right for their level of reading that will challenge them and satisfy them at the same time. This first book is a great starting place for them.
|Page Count||32 pages|
|Publisher||Sleeping Bear Press|
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