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  • Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel: A Halloween Nightmare

    Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel: A Halloween Nightmare

    Beware of Mrs. Tricky’s hypnotic spell, avoid Mr. Morton’s Halloween Costume Store, and whatever you do don’t enter Mrs. Tricky’s Candy Shop! Ask Mr. Jack Patch for a ride to the train, but decide to stay for the tricks and treats!

    Join Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel as they explore the hypnotic eye on their Halloween nightmare adventure in Phoenix!

    About the author

    Irene Dolnick has four beagles, whose love is the inspiration behind her creativity and who have taught her that dogs are as adventurous as people. Irene lives in El Paso, Texas, a warm climate that allows her to share in the dogs’ craziest schemes.

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    Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel: In Their Train Station Adventure

    A child can choose to read from a selection of hundreds of children’s books but there is only one series for children who love dogs with exciting adventures! If your child finds reading difficult because of their dyslexia or because they are English Language Learners, each book introduces different word families discussed in classrooms with segmented-blended, color coded, pronunciations. The second book improves upon the first with a dictionary at the bottom page for the word being introduced and the pronunciation next to the word instead of underneath it. Both introduce differences in common speech sounds.

    Enjoy, they were written for you and your child!

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    Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel

    A child can choose to read from a selection of hundreds of children’s books but there is only one series for children who love dogs with exciting adventures! If your child finds reading difficult because of their dyslexia or because they are English Language Learners, each book introduces different word families discussed in classrooms with segmented-blended, color coded, pronunciations. The second book improves upon the first with a dictionary at the bottom page for the word being introduced and the pronunciation next to the word instead of underneath it. Both introduce differences in common speech sounds.

    Enjoy, they were written for you and your child!