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by Kay Chorao
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  • Author:
    Kay Chorao
  • ISBN:
    006021273X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0060212735
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  • Publisher:
    HarperCollins Publishers; Uncorrected Proof edition (January 1981)
  • Pages:
    64 pages
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  • FB2 format
    1854 kb
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    1938 kb
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    1221 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    550
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Besides writing self-illustrated children's books, Chorao has been the illustrator for many books by Jane Yolen, Judith Viorst, Jan Wahl, and Marjorie Sharmat.

Presents the adventures of two piglets, Pearl and her little brother. Besides writing self-illustrated children's books, Chorao has been the illustrator for many books by Jane Yolen, Judith Viorst, Jan Wahl, and Marjorie Sharmat.

This book is for brothers and sisters everywhere. Oink is the younger brother with quite a bit of imagination. Oink comes with her. You'll have to read what happens but Pearl and Oink have fun in some unexpected ways. Lastly, 'Auntie Min' comes for a visit. And Pearl, his sister, does not have any patience. The first chapter is entitled 'Jump Rope' and Pearl learns her lesson when she leaves her brother and his doll/mouse to find some older "friends" who lose their patience with her. They accuse her of being a crybaby when she doesn't know how to double-jump rope so she heads back home. Pearl's jealousy is at the forefront of this little story.

This is a Level One I Can Read book that is perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences

This is a Level One I Can Read book that is perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences. Victoria Kann is the award-winning illustrator and author of the picture book series featuring the whimsical and effervescent character Pinkalicious. Victoria coauthored and illustrated the first two books, Pinkalicious and Purplicious, and cowrote the play Pinkalicious: The Musical

com: OINK AND PEARL: I CAN READ BOOK. OINK AND PEARL by Kay Chorao. NY: Harper & Row (1981). 8vo (6 x 8 3/4"), pictorial boards, Fine in dust wrapper (price clipped).

com: OINK AND PEARL: I CAN READ BOOK. An I Can Read Book about adorable brother and sister pigs, wonderfully illustrated in color by the author. Bookseller Inventory 24538. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details.

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I Can Read books are widely recognised as the premier line of beginner readers. Inaugurated in 1957 with Else Holmelund Minarik's Little Bear, illustrated by Maurice Sendak, the series has grown to over 200 titles, which include mysteries, adventure stories, poetry, historical fiction and humour. Featuring award-winning authors and illustrators, and a fabulous cast of classic characters, I Can Read books introduce children to the joy of reading independently.

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Skrimpak
The title was cute and it contained several stories that were easy for young children to understand. I figured maybe these stories would help my young children [9 and 4] who were always fighting and teasing each other. "You always take his side because he's a baby" my daughter would cry. She was quite jealous of her younger brother and missed being the only child, the only niece, the only grandchild. My son was fed up being the baby. He wanted to be a big boy. "How come she can do that? I'm not a baby", he'd frown. This book taught them there are two sides to a story and that in the middle ground you can find love. Now that my children are 27 and 21, they still talk about this book and how it made them friends.
Onnell
A tad more used than I thought but hey, it's Oink & Pearl. It got here quick & safely. Paired it with Blue Nosed Field Mouse. I'm happy with the purchase & would buy it again.
Mardin
Such a wonderful book
Capella
Not only was this older book in great shape but I received it on time and undamaged. I gave it as a gift to my mom who used to read me this book as a child. Confident she will one day be reading this book to my children because of its excellent condition. The seller also included a hand written note that was very nice to receive with the book!
Uttegirazu
This was a great buy....good condition. Thanks
I was searching for this out of print book, FOUND IT!! great book for siblings!!
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Closer to 4.5 stars. This book is for brothers and sisters everywhere. Oink is the younger brother with quite a bit of imagination. And Pearl, his sister, does not have any patience.

The first chapter is entitled 'Jump Rope' and Pearl learns her lesson when she leaves her brother and his doll/mouse to find some older "friends" who lose their patience with her. They accuse her of being a crybaby when she doesn't know how to double-jump rope so she heads back home. Oink is there for her; he gives her his mouse and takes care of Pearl.

The second chapter is 'Fish' where they visit a pond. Pearl's impatience rears its head again but before the afternoon is over Oink catches a fish, loses it and Pearl saves her brother.

'Chocolate Cake' is when Pearl is invited to a garden party by her so-called friends from the first chapter. Oink comes with her. You'll have to read what happens but Pearl and Oink have fun in some unexpected ways.

Lastly, 'Auntie Min' comes for a visit. Pearl's jealousy is at the forefront of this little story. And Oink is mad because of something Auntie Min has said. They are ready to go at it when each reveals to the other an insecurity. This is a wonderful 'I can read' for both boys and girls. Because the stories are interesting, it will encourage children to read all the way to the end. It contains adorable pictures because of realistic facial expressions. If you are looking for something to inspire a child to read, look no further.