Silly Milly

Silly Milly A Level easy reader with a great title great game and great illustrator This delightful rhyming easy reader is one big riddle Miss Milly likes green but not red butter but not bread seeds but n

  • Title: Silly Milly
  • Author: Wendy Cheyette Lewison Nadine Bernard Westcott
  • ISBN: 9780545068598
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Level 1 easy reader with a great title, great game, and great illustrator This delightful, rhyming easy reader is one big riddle Miss Milly likes green but not red, butter but not bread, seeds but not flowers, and umbrellas but not showers Readers are invited to guess why Miss Milly likes what she does The answer She likes double letters Whacky illustrations by NadiA Level 1 easy reader with a great title, great game, and great illustrator This delightful, rhyming easy reader is one big riddle Miss Milly likes green but not red, butter but not bread, seeds but not flowers, and umbrellas but not showers Readers are invited to guess why Miss Milly likes what she does The answer She likes double letters Whacky illustrations by Nadine Bernard Westcott will make this an easy to read favorite

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    1. Silly Milly is most definitely a story for beginner readers. There is so much rhyming in the book it helps students with sound repetition. It's also great because students can repeat the sounds and try to figure out what she doesn't like.The pictures in the book are very vibrant and fun. Which, along with the riddles and rhyme help keep the children engaged and interested as, they are trying to solve the riddle.



    2. You, likely, are somewhat closer to the small person you are reading to than I am. You might make it through this book as many as 4-5 times before throwing it out the window. It's pretty fun on the first read through.


    3. Both my boys (ages 4 & 8) thought this was a fun book to read. They could not figure out the riddle until they read the answer at the end."This is a riddle about Miss Milly. Can you guess why she's so silly?She likes green. She does not like red.She likes butter. She does not like bread."The book goes on with more things that Miss Milly likes and dislikes. It ends with, "Miss Milly is so silly. Can YOU tell me why?" Miss Milly replies, "I only like things with double letters."


    4. Lewison, Wendy Cheyette. Silly Milly. (2010)Annotation: Miss Milly like words like "butter" and "seeds", but does not like words that seem to go with the words she does like such as "bread" and "flowers". You have to figure out why she likes those words but not the other.Themes: spelling, likes and dislikesWays to use with children: Since this is a riddle book you can have the students figure out why she likes those words. You can also talk about the relationships between the words put together. [...]


    5. Bright pictures full of discussion possibilities, add a lot to this book. Short sentences on each page, with a mystery solved on the last page. Double letter words are part of this book, adding a skill level for new readers. Silly story definitely appeals to new young readers, helping to mask sounding out word frustrations.


    6. An interesting early reader book where Silly Milly only likes things that have double letters in them. The book has a repetitive pattern and rhyming to help beginning readers decode the text. However, the pictures, while fun and silly are overly detailed which makes the pictures hard to decode for picture support to understand the text which is needed at this level of reading.


    7. Bright colorful pictures on each page to engage the child. I daughter loved the book and it contains good vocabulary to learn. The book it self would be the activity and having the children guess the riddle about Silly Milly. It would be fun to see what the children come up with.








    8. I've gotta be honest: the book is presented as a riddle and the answer totally took me by surprised. It was fun to go back and look at what Milly likes and how it fits into the riddle's answer.



    9. This book contains a riddle about Miss Milly. Your child has to figure out why she is so silly! My 6-year-old thought this was a funny book, and it was a solid Level One read.




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