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Waking up early one morning, Early Birdy watches Mother Birdy catch a worm. Inspired, Early Birdy wants to catch one too. But catching a worm isn't as easy as it looks. Join Early Birdy on an exciting and funny adventure set in a beautiful springtime forest environment created by illustrator Bill Bolton. Waking up early one morning, Early Birdy watches Mother Birdy catch a worm. Inspired, Early Birdy wants to catch one too. But catching a worm isn't as easy as it looks. Join Early Birdy on an exciting and funny adventure set in a beautiful springtime forest environment created by illustrator Bill Bolton.


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Waking up early one morning, Early Birdy watches Mother Birdy catch a worm. Inspired, Early Birdy wants to catch one too. But catching a worm isn't as easy as it looks. Join Early Birdy on an exciting and funny adventure set in a beautiful springtime forest environment created by illustrator Bill Bolton. Waking up early one morning, Early Birdy watches Mother Birdy catch a worm. Inspired, Early Birdy wants to catch one too. But catching a worm isn't as easy as it looks. Join Early Birdy on an exciting and funny adventure set in a beautiful springtime forest environment created by illustrator Bill Bolton.

30 review for Early Birdy Gets the Worm (Picture Reader): A Picture Reading Book for Young Children

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    Very cute. With no words, the pictures encourage the non-reader to be able to tell the story and observe details, and may have a lesson about frustration and patience.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Julie Barrett

    Early Birdy Gets the Worm: A Picture Reading Book for Young Children Illustrated very colorful children's book about a bird and his morning. There is only one page of words. The story is told in the pictures of the book. Good book for a child to speak what they are seeing on the pages as the story goes along. Early Birdy Gets the Worm: A Picture Reading Book for Young Children Illustrated very colorful children's book about a bird and his morning. There is only one page of words. The story is told in the pictures of the book. Good book for a child to speak what they are seeing on the pages as the story goes along.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Joy Keil

    No words (picture reader) - but liked the illustrations.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Momma Frugal

    As a parent and former Preschool teacher, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this book!!! What a great idea! This book is perfect on so many levels! You can "read" the story to your child without any words by using your imagination. Your child can "read" the story to you using their imagination. Yes, there are absolutely NO words in this book, but you can do so much with your imagination and pictures! I very highly recommend this book for homeschooling parents, parents of little children, Preschools, Kinder As a parent and former Preschool teacher, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this book!!! What a great idea! This book is perfect on so many levels! You can "read" the story to your child without any words by using your imagination. Your child can "read" the story to you using their imagination. Yes, there are absolutely NO words in this book, but you can do so much with your imagination and pictures! I very highly recommend this book for homeschooling parents, parents of little children, Preschools, Kindergarten libraries, children's libraries, perfect for a Birthday or Easter basket gift, and your little one's own personal library. *Disclosure of Material Connection: THANK YOU to Meadowbrook Press for providing me with a complimentary copy of the book for our review. I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    The Early Bird Gets the Worm shows a great lesson for young children when the little bird keeps seeking his goal even with setbacks. Second the vocabulary has a few challenging words to help expand a young child's vocabulary for both preschool children where an adult reads the story to the child or to a young reader to expand vocabulary. The illustrations are appealing to young children and cute. The Early Bird Gets the Worm is a good idea for an early science reader for young children but it is The Early Bird Gets the Worm shows a great lesson for young children when the little bird keeps seeking his goal even with setbacks. Second the vocabulary has a few challenging words to help expand a young child's vocabulary for both preschool children where an adult reads the story to the child or to a young reader to expand vocabulary. The illustrations are appealing to young children and cute. The Early Bird Gets the Worm is a good idea for an early science reader for young children but it is unrealistic because a little bird going for a kite tail and a mouse's tail is not based on the normal actions of birds. Using the book to expand understanding of science would require the adult to talk about what is based on facts and what is fiction and a good discussion for children to start to become aware of the differences in literature. The book offers many types of learning experiences for young children.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dena (Batch of Books)

    I'm loving this new series of wordless picture books from Meadowbrook. The illustrations are big and easy to follow. Sometimes wordless picture books don't depict a story very well and it's hard to know what's going on, but these books are great in that regard. Early Birdy Gets the Worm is about a baby bird that goes in search of a worm to eat, but has a difficult time getting his beak on one. It's a sweet story, and my four year old loves it. She can "read" it all by herself, but we also have fu I'm loving this new series of wordless picture books from Meadowbrook. The illustrations are big and easy to follow. Sometimes wordless picture books don't depict a story very well and it's hard to know what's going on, but these books are great in that regard. Early Birdy Gets the Worm is about a baby bird that goes in search of a worm to eat, but has a difficult time getting his beak on one. It's a sweet story, and my four year old loves it. She can "read" it all by herself, but we also have fun looking at it together and discussing the pictures. The artwork is warm and engaging. It tells the story well enough that my daughter can narrate it by herself, without any prompts from me. If you have a child that likes reading but can't actually read yet, this series of wordless picture books is perfect. Source: The publisher provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. My blog: Batch of Books

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    I received this book from the Publisher through LibraryThing in exchange for my honest review. This book has no words! But for a beginning reader, that is ok. My youngest son loves to look through picture books and try to make up his own story based on the pictures all the time. Most beginning readers look at the pictures in a story when they are trying to figure out a word they don’t know in a sentence. The pictures help them learn to read. This type of book encourages and supports this skill te I received this book from the Publisher through LibraryThing in exchange for my honest review. This book has no words! But for a beginning reader, that is ok. My youngest son loves to look through picture books and try to make up his own story based on the pictures all the time. Most beginning readers look at the pictures in a story when they are trying to figure out a word they don’t know in a sentence. The pictures help them learn to read. This type of book encourages and supports this skill teaching the reader how to look for visual cues to help them learn to read. Education aside, the pages are filled with amusing and colorful pictures that had me making up my own stories. I thoroughly enjoyed this book with my sons. It will go on my shelf as one of my favorites. I hope to see more similar books from this author in the future.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Marie

    My three year old adores this book! The story follows a baby bird on its worm-finding adventure. Use it as a springboard to talk about birds, perseverance, the bond between mamas and babies, or feelings. My preschooler can read this over and over and over. And does. After reading a few times, my older daughter (7 years old) asked if she could 'make up' a story to read to her little sister. They have enjoyed reading the book together. It's been about a week and half since we've received the book. My three year old adores this book! The story follows a baby bird on its worm-finding adventure. Use it as a springboard to talk about birds, perseverance, the bond between mamas and babies, or feelings. My preschooler can read this over and over and over. And does. After reading a few times, my older daughter (7 years old) asked if she could 'make up' a story to read to her little sister. They have enjoyed reading the book together. It's been about a week and half since we've received the book. My little one loves it and reads it multiple times each day. I will search out other books by this author :) ***I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway. Thank you, Mr. Lansky! My three year old daughter just loves it. When I unwrapped the package, she was so excited to have her very own new book.***

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    Big spoiler here .... HATED the ending. The poor baby bird tries to catch a worm himself and messes up, so he goes back to the nest and his mother brings him a worm. What message is this giving? Don't bother trying too hard yourself? Sit around and wait for your parents to wait on you? Would have liked it much better if the little bird had persevered and caught his own worm in the end. Also hate the title - 'birdy' - there's no need for that. Kids can use the proper names for animals. Hate the w Big spoiler here .... HATED the ending. The poor baby bird tries to catch a worm himself and messes up, so he goes back to the nest and his mother brings him a worm. What message is this giving? Don't bother trying too hard yourself? Sit around and wait for your parents to wait on you? Would have liked it much better if the little bird had persevered and caught his own worm in the end. Also hate the title - 'birdy' - there's no need for that. Kids can use the proper names for animals. Hate the whole doggy/horsey/etc carry on. I get that this book is trying to encourage parents to read with their kids and discuss the story, it's just disappointing that it's such a bad book. Parents - you can read with and discuss ANY picture book with your kids. You don't need to spend time and money on this crappy book to have an amazing reading experience!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Mommy Booknerd http://mrsmommybooknerd.blogspot.com

    I adored this books because it allows me and my children to picture read, which can be a million books in one! It is also great to use in the classroom because I can change the story for the age and tell a long or short story. I can have the children tell me what they think is going on based on the pictures and it opens up a world of imagination! The illustrations are wonderful as well! I wish there were more books out there as good as this. The pictures are pretty funny too, which makes all the I adored this books because it allows me and my children to picture read, which can be a million books in one! It is also great to use in the classroom because I can change the story for the age and tell a long or short story. I can have the children tell me what they think is going on based on the pictures and it opens up a world of imagination! The illustrations are wonderful as well! I wish there were more books out there as good as this. The pictures are pretty funny too, which makes all the more fun! 5 stars!!!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    World of Ink Network

    This is a very different type of picture book from typical books parents, grandparents and teachers are used to seeing for young readers. You won't find any words, just beautiful illustrations. What we loved about this concept is it allows the reader (adult or child) to tell the story as they see it in their mind's eye. By using picture clues, the author helps teach children the basics of critical thinking, sequencing and using their imaginations. This is a very different type of picture book from typical books parents, grandparents and teachers are used to seeing for young readers. You won't find any words, just beautiful illustrations. What we loved about this concept is it allows the reader (adult or child) to tell the story as they see it in their mind's eye. By using picture clues, the author helps teach children the basics of critical thinking, sequencing and using their imaginations.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    I received a copy of this book from librarything early reviewers. This book is so super cute, it has only pictures so a preschool kid can read it themselves. My four year old cannot get enough of this book, all day we are reading it. You get to make your own story and i think that is why he loves it, we have a new story every time. I think more books should be made this way.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    A little baby bird sees his mommy get a worm in the morning. He flies out of the nest to find his own worm. At first he tries to catch things that look like worms but aren't. Then he finds some worms, but other animals end up getting them or they are too clever to catch. At the end of the day, he flies back up to the nest and his mommy gives him a worm. Good for preschool storytimes. A little baby bird sees his mommy get a worm in the morning. He flies out of the nest to find his own worm. At first he tries to catch things that look like worms but aren't. Then he finds some worms, but other animals end up getting them or they are too clever to catch. At the end of the day, he flies back up to the nest and his mommy gives him a worm. Good for preschool storytimes.

  14. 4 out of 5

    The Brothers

    This wordless books follows a little birds first attempts at catching a worm. From mistaken identity to being out done, the little bird just can't seem to catch a break. Luckily, mom comes along at just the write moment. Cute illustrations. This wordless books follows a little birds first attempts at catching a worm. From mistaken identity to being out done, the little bird just can't seem to catch a break. Luckily, mom comes along at just the write moment. Cute illustrations.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    I got this as an early reviewer from the publisher. This is such a great book for young kids! It encourages reading but also imagination. I gave it to my godson to 'read' to me and he was so excited! Every time he reads it to me it's a different story I just love it! Thank you!! I got this as an early reviewer from the publisher. This is such a great book for young kids! It encourages reading but also imagination. I gave it to my godson to 'read' to me and he was so excited! Every time he reads it to me it's a different story I just love it! Thank you!!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jaime

    Won this off of librarything! Great for my 2 year old who is not reading yet & loves picture books, however my 5 year old was board with no words but she is advanced and is enjoying chapter books already.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This book has pictures only. It allows the child to make up their own story. The pictures are very kid friendly and detailed. My child loves making up his own story and reading it to me. Note: I received this book for free through Goodreads first reads.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Krista K.

    A wordless story told entirely in pictures, Early Birdy Gets the Worm is delightfully engaging and fun story for children with great illustrations. This would be a great book for a child to dictate the action they see on the pages.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Hildegart

    The illustrations are great!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    Wordless

  21. 5 out of 5

    La La

    I think this is better as a lapsit read for toddlers. It is a tad babyish for beginner reader age. The illustrations are charming. This was a free Kindle ebook the day I purchased it.

  22. 4 out of 5

    bobbie boehm

    Perfect I got this for my granddaughter. She is a New reader and this was perfect.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ginny B

    My 2 yr old loves it A simple story where the early bird gets the worm. The illustrations are cute and the story is simple enough an early reader can read it on his or her own.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Sharpe

    Loved this book! My five year picks this book up daily and looks at the pictures and makes up her own story! Great book!

  25. 5 out of 5

    James Lynam

  26. 4 out of 5

    Pinky

  27. 4 out of 5

    Monica Alvarado

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sagan

  29. 4 out of 5

    Teresa A Parker

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

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