Story Reader brings children’s favorite stories to life. Insert the cartridge and place the book into the Story Reader console (sold separately), and turn the pages to read along. A narrator reads the book as each page is turned, while Story Reader adds sound effects and music. Children follow along as the words flow from their Story Reader.
Vanishing Valentines is number 10 in the Scooby Doo picture clue book series.
Scooby Doo Vanishing Valentines uses pictures as tools for learning new words, this Scooby Doo book aids very young children in learning to read.
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. This is number 19 in the picture clue book series.
Scooby and the gang are at the North Pole helping Santa get ready for Christmas. However, all of the cookies that Scooby and Shaggy baked are now missing. This is one mystery that needs to be solved quick.
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.
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.
Scooby and Shaggy went to school, but the school house was dark and empty. Where is everyone? Did a ghost scare everyone away? Read along, it’s time to solve another mystery.
This is another fun Scooby Doo book from the picture clue book series. Ghost School is number 17 in the series.
Is there a dinosaur ghost, Scooby Doo and the gang are out to solve another mystery. This fun Scooby Doo book uses pictures to help tell the story. There are also flash cards that help children learn new words. Reading is fun with Scooby.