Two Fun New Books!

Oh how I love reading new stories! I was excited to check out these brand new stories from Innovation Press. They are both wonderfully written, in engaging formats, that readers will enjoy! Old Tracks, New Tricks is great for early readers, while Zoey and Sassafras is a great read aloud chapter book, or appropriate for established readers in elementary school.



Old Tracks, New Tricks is great for early readers. It is an engaging story with great images throughout that will captivate young readers' minds as you read to them. I love how this story gets readers to really think of other things that can be done with simple materials, that may initially be intended for one particular use. In this story, the train tracks go off on their own to create various things they come up with, together. The trains see how much fun the tracks are having and realize they want to be creative too, instead of doing the same thing all the time. This book allows readers to see just how creative your imagination can be!

I created some reading response pages to go along with this story. Little readers will love thinking more about the story as they respond to questions and come up with their own ideas of what to create using these pages. You can grab this reading response freebie here! You can purchase this book on Amazon here. (I don't receive anything for promoting this book- I just enjoyed it and wanted to share it with you!)



Zoey and Sassafras is such a fun read! Readers will immediately get attached to the main character, Zoey and her cat, Sassafras as they pal around solving problems, together. This story is sure to get readers' minds going on how they can solve their own problems. I love the creative way the author presents the idea of solving problems- through saving a magical dragon in her barn! Zoey shows important steps to follow as one is trying to solve a problem. The problem she is trying to solve may be different than everyday issues kids face, but it provides a great base for what to do when solving problems.

I created a few reading response pages to go with the book. Get your readers thinking about what went on in the story and beyond, when solving their own problems, using these pages. You can grab this reading response freebie here! This book (and others in the series!!!) can be purchased on Amazon, here. (I don't receive anything for promoting this book- I just enjoyed it and wanted to share it with you!)




Happy Reading!


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