My Brother Fred Has Hair That's Red: Easy-To-Read Rymes
I love my pen, its ink is pink. But I dropped it in the sink. My dog jumped up to take a drink. Now his lips are pink I think.
.These fun-to-read, illustrated rhymes use simple words that are familiar to beginning readers. A good learning tool for early readers and ESL readers.
To read an excerpt from My Brother Fred Has Hair That's Red, click here.
"I was so glad to have the opportunity to read and review this entertaining rhyming story! Upon the first few poems/stories I was instantly reminded of the silliness of Shel Silverstein, only in a simpler writing style. I'd recommend this to any parent who is looking to add more worthwhile children's books to their little library and fans, of all ages, of Shel Silverstein."
- Cierra, Goodreads Reviewer
"31 very well written elementary age children’s rhyming poems. A very easy rating of 5 stars."
- Tony Parsons, Goodreads Reviewer
"Children will love these funny rhymes that they can read by themselves. I especially like The Pirate and The Balloon."
- Richard, Goodreads Reviewer
"My Brother Fred Has Hair That's Red was such a delight to read! Susan Srikant has put together an excellent book for children. She has combined poetry with beautiful illustrations to create a book that I'm sure children will fall in love with!"