Roger the Reindeer (The Diaries of Robin's Toys)

Roger the Reindeer The Diaries of Robin s Toys When Roger started to tell Robin and Grandad his story he admitted that he had problems with reading so he could never read labels on food or other important notices That was alright until he left hi

  • Title: Roger the Reindeer (The Diaries of Robin's Toys)
  • Author: Ken Lake Angie Lake
  • ISBN: 9781782260301
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Roger started to tell Robin and Grandad his story he admitted that he had problems with reading, so he could never read labels on food or other important notices That was alright until he left his home in Lapland to go traveling and the trouble started Roger tells Robin of all the problems he got into through not being able to read well, and what he did to put it riWhen Roger started to tell Robin and Grandad his story he admitted that he had problems with reading, so he could never read labels on food or other important notices That was alright until he left his home in Lapland to go traveling and the trouble started Roger tells Robin of all the problems he got into through not being able to read well, and what he did to put it right This helps Robin to learn all about the importance of literacy and working hard at school Roger the Reindeer is one part of the lovely series, The Diaries of Robin s Toys Robin and his Grandad buy a new toy from the car boot sale every weekend, and with the help of Grandad s magic spell, they bring them to life Each toy has a fascinating new story to tell Robin, and helps to teach him some very important life lessons

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    1. Roger could easily be considered a more special reindeer than the red-nosed Rudolph. He admits having problems with reading and writing in the past. At school everyone calls him lazy and they think he is unwilling to learn something. One day Roger runs away, thinking he can have a better life somewhere else, but his inability to read directions and instructions bring him only sad and embarrassing moments. In the end he accepts help from a local library and goes to a special course for reading an [...]

    2. I received this book as an advance copy and it has been just fantastic. It has been amazing to see my daughter gain confidence with her reading, moving from small kids picture books to a big kids chapter book! And she loves the adorable story as well (Perfect to receive just after Christmas when we had talked about reindeers so much)! Thanks so much , I will be tracking down the other books in the series since this one was such a success!

    3. This my first giveaway won in a child reading category. I'm impressed !I entered this giveaway to get this book for my unborn children. Its the story of "Roger the Reindeer" who's story is different than "normal reindeer" stories(from the popular culture & general public's' attitude towards the reindeers)we've heard over the years from our childhood and many decades ago of our parents time.So this is not an ordinary reindeer story. Robin is aware of his classmates and thinks of a way to help [...]

    4. Roger the Reindeer, in Ken and Angie Lake’s series The Diaries of Robin’s Toys, centres around illiteracy. Roger leaves home not knowing how to read or write, and this gets him into all sorts of trouble. He eventually learns to read and write, then is offered a job with Santa.The series features toys coming to life and telling their own stories to Robin and Grandad, but it took too long for Roger to come into the story, and the parallel between Roger’s illiteracy and Robin’s Italian clas [...]

    5. I won this book on a giveaway and for me this was an ok Christmas book to read. Roger was cute but it took awhile for him to come into the story. The first part of the book is about Robin and his Granddad going to what I believe to be a swap-meet. I was losing interest in it until Roger showed up. The message was about how it's important to learn to read and write.

    6. I read this to two of my grand children yesterday and they really loved it. I also thought it was cute. I liked the way they stressed how important reading was. The girls laughed at all the goof-ups Roger made when he went out on his own because he couldn't read.

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