Ride Otto Ride!

Ride Otto Ride!

Ride Otto Ride Pre Level Recognizing Words Word repetition Familiar words and phrases Simple sentencesSee Peanut give Otto a ride See Peanut give Otto s friends a ride See Peanut give of Otto s friends a ride See

  • Title: Ride Otto Ride!
  • Author: David Milgrim
  • ISBN: 9780689844171
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pre Level 1 Recognizing Words Word repetition Familiar words and phrases Simple sentencesSee Peanut give Otto a ride See Peanut give Otto s friends a ride See Peanut give of Otto s friends a ride See Peanut fall down Can Otto save the day Meet Otto, the star of a new series of Ready to Reads with text that is simple enough for the earliest readers, and funny ePre Level 1 Recognizing Words Word repetition Familiar words and phrases Simple sentencesSee Peanut give Otto a ride See Peanut give Otto s friends a ride See Peanut give of Otto s friends a ride See Peanut fall down Can Otto save the day Meet Otto, the star of a new series of Ready to Reads with text that is simple enough for the earliest readers, and funny enough for their older siblings Read, Otto, read

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    This is a very simple beginning reader book. Although the sentence structure is very similar to the Fun With Dick and Jane books, this little tale has a pretty funny story and engaging illustrations. The story reminds me of The Mitten, where one little creature (in this case, a ladybug) is the straw that breaks the [elephant's] back. And in the end, everyone is happy. Cute book and truly a Level 1 reader. Our youngest was very proud that she could read the whole thing.

    I love these early readers, written for those who only have a few words in their reading vocabulary. Much like the "See Jane run" stories, these books are very simple, but the main character Otto is a robot from outerspace who crash landed on earth when he ran out of gas. Now he befriends the animals of the jungle.All the animals decide to get a ride on Peanuts the elephant, until Peanuts gets tired and can't ride anymore. So Otto builds a cart and everybody pushes or pulls the elephant.

    Very much phonics based, with plenty of words, and pictures, that reinforce each other. Perfect for the kid who just isn't catching on to how reading works and is starting to think books are evil.

    Our 4-year-old daughter loves the Adventure of Otto series. A great sight word series for preschoolers beginning to learn small words on sight.

    Great series for the beginningest readers -- kinda like dick and jane, if they starred a really adorable robot and his cast of appealing friends.

    Another one the kindergartner loves to read to us. Milgrim's first readers have the simple, repetitive sentences and words that the little one can read on her own. The illustrations and storyline makes it fun and funny.

    Grades: K to 3 Genre: AnimalsOtto is riding on Peanut through the desert. They come across many of their animal friends. They join Otto on Peanut as the ride along. Slowly there are more and more animals and the weight is getting to Peanut. The last straw is the small bug Spec, with that Peanut collapses. Otto then makes a cart that all the other animals push to give Peanut a ride. The story is quite simple and is great for early readers as it uses lots of repetition. The pen and ink drawings ar [...]

    Otto the robot and Peanut the elephant are two parts of an odd whole with a See Spot Run readability that's actually fun, though I recommend the series for kids 2-5. In Africa (or thereabouts) Otto is a robot creature who loves his friends in the jungle. Never mind how he got there, that's why they are STORIES with an imaginary bent and should not be taken seriously. Otto needs a ride, but doesn't know how to. Sad. So Peanut and buds show him how it's done, and how fun it is to ride and just enj [...]

    Ride Otto Ride was a little predictable for my nephew. He liked this book, but did not get the same kick out of this as he did Swing Otto Swing or See Pip Point. This is still a cute enough story, but the humor isn't quite as sharp as it is in the two books previously mentioned.

    This book was not my favorite. It was hard to follow and a little scattered. The wording was easy and rhymed so young children would have an easy time reading if they were beginners. However for content, there was not much of a story.

    This is a wonderful early reader. Not too overwhelming for a new reader.I found this at my local library.

    Natalie read this to me. These are really too easy for her now, but are still good practice. I continue to enjoy that the story is fun despite the format.

    Read and reviewed by Brandon (5): I liked this book. My favorite part was when they were building the cart for Peanut and the end, when they were playing in the water.

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