Reading does not need to be a mystery for your child. Join the gang on an adventure that takes them on adventure to rescue prize winning, show dogs that have been kidnapped dognapped.
Your child will enjoy listening to the story being read aloud. Also entertaining are the activities that focus on reading comprehension, phonics, sentence structure, and more.
Vanishing Valentines is number 10 in the Scooby Doo picture clue book series.
Using pictures as tools for learning new words, this Scooby Doo book aids very young children feel pride in reading and helping to solve the mystery, as well!
Scooby and the gang are headed to a St. Patrick’s Day party, but someone took all the lucky shamrocks. Kids will learn to read through association of words with pictures. Pictures and vocabulary are also on flashcards at the end of the book.
For those collecting Scooby Doo books, this is number 19 in the picture clue book series.
Like all of the picture clue books in this series, this one is based on the “rebus Reader” – using a picture as a tool for learning a word. This approach gives a young reader a sense of pride that she is “reading” the story. To help reinforce learning skills all pictures and words are on flashcards at the[Read More]
Scooby and Shaggy think that there’s a monster in the house on this stormy night. Scooby Doo picture clue book is based on the traditional “rebus Reader” – using a picture as a tool for learning a word. 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.
Pictures and vocabulary are on flashcards at the end of the book. Easy reading for young ones.
In this fun book, Shaggy and Scooby need to solve the mystery of Big Foot. Read along with this picture clue book, which uses a picture as a tool for learning a word. Perfect for young readers.
These picture clue books are based on the “rebus Reader,” which employs using an image as a tool for learning a word. All pictures and vocabulary are on flashcards at the end of the book. To help reinforce the lessons learned.
This is another fun Scooby Doo book from the picture clue book series. Ghost School is number 17 in the series. These picture clue books are based on the “rebus Reader,” which employs using an image as a tool for learning a word. All pictures and vocabulary are on flashcards at the end of the book. To help reinforce the lessons learned. This fun story[Read More]
Kids will get wrapped up in the story of Scooby searching for missing dinosaur bones for the museum. That enjoyment of reading helps inspire kids to read.
Dinosaur Dig is Number 3 in the Scooby-Doo Picture Clue Book series. By authors Erin Soderberg and Duendes del Sur, this picture clue book is highly[Read More]
The Haunted Pumpkins is Scooby Doo Picture Clue Book Number 8. Like all of the picture clue books it uses pictures as tools for learning new words. A Scooby Doo book is great for very young children and instills them with confidence to read and help the gang solve the mystery.
This Scooby book also comes with flash cards making it an exceptional value.
Search for Scooby Snacks is a must have, must read for little fans learning to read. This fun book allows kids to join in a search with Shaggy and Scooby. The book is entertaining for kids, which will keep them excited about reading. The book is also helpful for young readers. There are pictures that help kids match and learn words. A great boost for little readers.
There are also 24 flash cards included that enhance the reading experience.
A great educational toys is the Leapfrog Tag, an amazing touch reading system that brings reading to life for kids. You need the reader (item 1 below) and then books, like Scooby Doo and the Shiny Spooky Knights. Tag brings the joy of reading to kids like never before. With each touch of the Tag […]
Now tell me this is not coolest Scooby Doo book ever. That’s right, a personalized Scooby Book just for your child. Your child is part of the story and gets to help solve the mystery. This fun Scooby Doo book allows your child to team up with Scooby and the gang to save a […]
Scooby Doo books and Scooby Doo readers are fun way to get and keep your child interested in reading. When learning to read is fun, like with Scooby Doo, children will take an interest and keep the pages turning. The entire world will open up once your child starts learning to read and solving mysteries […]
Beginning in 1975, Charlton published 11 issues of Scooby Doo comics. The short Charlton era makes these comics very unique.
Scooby Doo comic books hit the market in December 1969, just a few months after Scooby Doo first aired in September of that same year. These original comics were from Gold Key and were adaptions of the original Scooby Doo show. Gold Key continued publishing the comics through 1974. A total of 30 issues were […]
Gold Key was the original publisher of Scooby Doo comic books starting in December 1969 through 1974. Only 30 were published by Gold Key. These are great collectible items for the Scooby Doo fan.