I’m Bigger Than You

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Deer play a game called I’m Bigger Than You. Who will win the game?

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Summary for A Beach Visit With Grandma
Average Score: 5 (2 ratings)

I love the how the illustrations really help tell the story. This is a great story to read together and encourage more conversations and letter writing. Love it!

The book is a good way to encourage young readers with a topic they are sure to enjoy. Continue writing Jen Fen!

Summary for A Visit to the Tree Farm
Average Score: 5 (1 rating)

Christmas and traditions go together, and this book should be added for every early reader at Christmas time. It is a very sweet story with fun illustrations to go along with it. Kids will want to read it again and again.

Summary for Birthday Muffins
Average Score: 5 (1 rating)

I love all the expression of feelings through out the story. Their smiles and laughter. When they expressed. You are special… Their concern,disappointment, puzzled,sad faces with the cupcake problem. The surprise at the end! Great job Jen Fen.

Summary for Deer
Average Score: 5 (1 rating)

The story line is easy for children to follow and the illustrations engaging. Animal stories are a favorite with young children. Keep them coming!

Summary for Grandpa and the Morning Birds
Average Score: 5 (1 rating)

This is such a sweet story that shows compassion for our feathered friends. The birds really come to life with the detailed pictures.

Summary for I'm Bigger Than You
Average Score: 5 (1 rating)

at the Reading Recovery conference because I teach in a rural community. It features two deer as the main characters. I love the back stories that Jen Fen gives in the back of the books because it shows how these books connected to her personal life. My struggling readers enjoy reading her books because they can connect to her stories on a personal level! I can’t wait to purchase more Jen Fen books!!!

Summary for Little Toad Swims
Average Score: 5 (1 rating)

This is an adorably illustrated story that will encourage swim safety. It’s a great way to practice reading and talk about learning to swim like little toad.

Summary for Monkey Man
Average Score: 5 (2 ratings)

We were very excited to get these books for our students. They were donated to our kindergarten classes. I love how they are both full of kindergarten sight words and they also have a lot of repetition to increase fluency. These books have great illustrations! Thanks so much for your kindness! 🙂

Our six year old, Ben, LOVES these books! We enjoy how relatable they are to his life. Plus, there is even a character named Ben in one of the stories which makes the story 10x cooler! Keep writing:)

Summary for My Home
Average Score: 5 (1 rating)

This book is perfect for beginning readers. It helps build fluency with the sight word repetition. Also, the colorful illustrations and topic make the book relevant to little ones. Great job!!

Summary for Santa Where Are You
Average Score: 3 (1 rating)

Providing the F&P Text Level Gradient is helpful. The book is appropriate for students who are reading below grade level. It provided an opportunity for these students to read a text independently.

Summary for Tanner and His Dog
Average Score: 5 (3 ratings)

This was a great book and my Kindergarten class loved it!

We were very excited to get these books for our students. They were donated to our kindergarten classes. I love how they are both full of kindergarten sight words and they also have a lot of repetition to increase fluency. These books have great illustrations! Thanks so much for your kindness! 🙂

Great story for young readers and nice illustrations.

Summary for The Tire Swing
Average Score: 5 (1 rating)

This book is great for building young readers’ confidence! I especially love that the illustrations demonstrate diversity among the friends playing together. I’ll certainly be keeping an eye out for new books published by Jen Fen!

Summary for Wild Ponies
Average Score: 5 (1 rating)

Enjoyable little book to share with my early reader grand-nephews. Pleasing mix of photos, art and stories about this gem of a park – inspired tales of past park adventures, real and embellished, as well as planning our next trip. The kids are now determined to see Fabio in the meadow he calls home!

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