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 on exciting adventures! Follow the adventures of Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel as they become friends, escape from Mr. Natcher, the mean old dog fetcher in an effort to avoid doggie jail, and see Mrs.Tricky hypnotic eye during their trip in Phoenix.
If your child finds reading difficult because of their dyslexia or because they are English language learners (ELL), 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. All books show you how learning can be fun even when introducing different phonetic sounds and rhyming words (sh, what, red, bed)
The third book introduces a totally new fun approach to learning and pronunciation, after I worked with Speech Pathologists Patricia Portillo License Number (12255) and Rosa Rodriquez (101072)!
Enjoy. This was written for you and your child!
"This book’s focus on phonics makes Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel an ideal picture book for beginner readers. With a story that spotlights the values of friendship, Dolnick’s picture book is a perfect example of that. It not only teaches phonics but also provides a fun and engaging story for young readers."
"Great for my little ones who are just starting out, and it’s such a treat to use a book like this because it makes teaching them how to read easier for me."
"This book will be fantastic for teaching children and adults to read more efficiently. The reader can read and sound out the words as he/she reads. I think Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel by Irene Dolnick would be better suited to young people who are learning to read instead of the younger grades. Overall, a fantastic story, and very clever thinking to add the phonics. When you read this book, you will clearly be able to see the love, thoughts, research, and hard work in this wonderful book."
Jazmine heard the soft faint sound of a whimper. Who could it be? Their eyes met and quickly they became friends.
“Kurt, I have met a friend named Bagel. Can you meet us at the train station?” replied Jazmine.
Brr! The temperature seemed like it was fifty degrees. The c–o–o–l chilly wind made Jazmine feel cold, hungry, and lonely. When she passes a picture window, she sees her two friends, Kurt and Gert, in a warm, cozy house. This made her feel a bit jealous! But this little dog would soon meet a handsome black and brown beagle named Bagel, who knows what it feels like to be alone and in need of a friend.
Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel embark on a last minute hatched trip to Phoenix. They face the trials of a luggage mishap, meet the mean old dog fetcher, Mr. Natcher, and decide to run for the red shed! Will they make it or have to go to doggie jail?Buy The Book Now
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!Buy The Book Now
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