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This comical introduction to cause and effect is ideal for emergent readers, who look for cues in simple rhymed text and bright, bold art as they take their first steps toward reading independently.When a twister hits the pond near Farmer Brown’s farm, some very odd things happen. The fish and frogs take flight. They land in some unlikely places—like the barn and the pigs’This comical introduction to cause and effect is ideal for emergent readers, who look for cues in simple rhymed text and bright, bold art as they take their first steps toward reading independently.When a twister hits the pond near Farmer Brown’s farm, some very odd things happen. The fish and frogs take flight. They land in some unlikely places—like the barn and the pigs’ trough—setting off an uproarious chain of events that affects the entire farm. Once the weather subsides and the farmer and his family emerge from the storm cellar, they encounter a whole new world, including some unexpected (and four-legged) tenants in their house!Step into Reading is a complete literacy program with something for every child. The program offers five steps to reading success. Children can progress through the steps at their own speed, developing confidence in their reading, no matter what their grade. Every book’s step is printed on the cover and the spine. Each title contains a fun story and is filled with colorful art.From the Trade Paperback edition....

Title : Barn Storm
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ISBN : 9780375961144
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Barn Storm Reviews

  • Susan Erhardt
    2019-03-15 12:38

    Maybe this is ridiculous and I'm overeacting, but I found this book a little disturbing. The family sleeps through a tornado in a storm cellar with smiles on all of their faces. The animals are all picked up in the tornado and set down unharmed.

  • Arwen
    2019-02-21 08:27

    We have read this book so many times that it's showing a lot of wear and tear. Since age 2 our little bug has loved this silly story. Now at age seven she can read it on her own and still loves it!

  • carissa
    2019-03-16 12:21

    Recommended Ages: grades K-1When a tornado touches down in a pond on Farmer Brown's property, it sets off a chain of events among the barnyard animals that soon has every creature displaced, but not unhappy.

  • Laura
    2019-02-23 07:33

    I really enjoyed the vivid pictures and humorous, rhythmic story. Everything gets scrambled at the farm when a tornado blows through. I think pre-schoolers would love to hear this story read over and over again.

  • Eugene Magee
    2019-03-05 07:29

    I liked this story. You can use it when teaching young readers how to read. It has short sentences and basic vocabulary.

  • Jiselle Jones
    2019-03-02 05:24

    Funny.

  • Jan
    2019-02-22 08:39

    When the twister hit the farm, all the animals ended up in different places. A fun story in rhyme for Step 2 beginning readers, ages 4-7. (Also a good choice for older beginning readers.)

  • Shawna Vanhoorik
    2019-02-26 07:24

    Great rhyming throughout with a great story for beginning readers.

  • Kaylin and Liam
    2019-02-28 10:14

    5 years old