Book Tells a Tale of Human-Animal Friendship and Survival
Set for a new marketing campaign, the book tells the story of Harwood, a baby squirrel that lives with his brother, Garwood, and the other squirrels in the woods. Their life is easy because a little lady who lives nearby feeds seeds and nuts to the birds and to the squirrels. One day, the little lady moves out of her house, leaving the squirrels and the birds behind. What happens to Harwood when he starts looking for food is the start of his unforgettable adventure.
Beginning readers can read this story for themselves. It is a necessary step for the understanding and excitement of the reading process, Wyatt says. Children derive a lot of meaning from the phrases Life is easy. Life is good.' It adds understanding that a few more paragraphs (of words that they cannot read) to the story. In reading, that is known as using background of experience to further enhance the written word."
The Adventure of Harwood Squirrel is an easy to read tale that aims to set an admirable example for young readers. It is a delightful story filled with images that stimulates their imagination and develops their love for reading. For more details about the book, please visit https://www.amazon.com/Adventure-Harwood-Squirrel-Easy-Reader/dp/1499035160.
The Adventure of Harwood Squirrel: (An Easy Reader)
By Dorothy A. Wyatt
Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | 24 pages | ISBN 9781499035162
E-Book | 24 pages | ISBN 9781499035179
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dorothy A. Wyatt was a teacher, an early childhood specialist and administrator in a large public school system in Maryland.
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