Stormy Night

Stormy Night

Book - 2003
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Baker & Taylor
When the lights go out on a dark and rainy night, Scooby-Doo and Shaggy, who are alone in the house, are sure there must be a monster, but they are too scared to investigate.

Scholastic
SCOOBY-DOO is an 'Ameri-canine' icon, the most beloved cartoon pooch of the past three generations. The snack-sniffling sleuth and his pals are in the midst of a huge popularity and awareness upswing

The Picture Clue books are based on the traditional "rebus Reader" - using a picture as a tool for learning a word. On the sample spread, you can see where a picture is substituted for a word. This gives a young reader a sense of pride that she is "reading" the story. All pictures and vocabulary are on flashcards at the end of the book.

((Scooby)) and ((Shaggy)) are all alone on a dark and stormy night. They think that there's a ((monster)) in the house, but it looks more like a mystery!

The Picture Clue books are based on the traditional "rebus Reader" - using a picture as a tool for learning a word. On the sample spread, you can see where a picture is substituted for a word. This gives a young reader a sense of pride that she is "reading" the story. All pictures and vocabulary are on flashcards at the end of the book.((Scooby)) and ((Shaggy)) are all alone on a dark and stormy night. They think that there's a ((monster)) in the house, but it looks more like a mystery!

Publisher: New York : Scholastic, c2003.
ISBN: 9780439444187
0439444187
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Duendes Del Sur (Firm) - Illustrator

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