The Secret of Bertha

With the idea of accompanying boys and girls from 3 to 6 years old as they take their first steps in reading, the stories in the “Horse” collection help them gradually discover the mechanisms of reading so that they can follow the stories using their intuition and previous knowledge. “Giddy Up, Little Horse!” level is aimed at non-readers who have just discovered that there are words in stories but who still cannot decipher the code. The stories have a very clear structure and the illustrations speak as clearly as the words so that readers can use them to guess the narrative.
Author:
Biography: Pep Molist was born in Manlleu (Spain) in 1965. He has worked in a number of libraries and has introduced some creative ways to boost reading figures in Catalonia (Spain). At the moment he is responsible for the children's section of the Casino de Manresa library and he was the instigator of the Children and Young People's Book Week. He is currently working for the newspaper El País (The Country), the supplement Presència (Presence) and Faristol (Lectern). He also writes. In 2003 he won the Rovelló (Mushroom) essay prize for children's literature with a work entitled: Tranquil Books: Life As Seen Through Children's Literature.

Illustrator: Teresa Bellón
Series: Horse
22 pages. Board Book. 17,0 x 17,0 cm

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