Pocoyo Step Into Reading-Step 1: Scooter Trouble Review (Random House)

What It Is

In the book Pocoyo Step Into Reading—Step 1: Scooter Trouble, Pocoyo and Pato find Elly's scooter and decide to ride it back to her. On the way, Pato does some fancy scooter tricks and breaks the scooter. Pocoyo and Pato try to fix it, but Elly sees that it is broken. But instead of getting mad, Elly hugs her friends and shows off the brand new scooter she just got. The story is based on an episode from the popular Pocoyo TV series.

This book, written by Christy Webster and illustrated by Random House, is part of Random House's Step Into Reading book program. Scooter Trouble is a Step 1 book, which is for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. The book uses big type, easy words, rhyme and rhythm, and picture clues to help beginner readers feel successful when reading.

Is It Fun?

Kids who love watching Pocoyo's adventures on TV will get a kick out of reading about Pocoyo and Pato's scooter adventure, a story they might recognize from the TV show. The large and sparse text combined with colorful images makes this book a good choice for early readers.

Who It’s For

Pocoyo Step Into Reading—Step 1: Scooter Trouble is for Pocoyo fans ages 2–5.

What To Be Aware Of

This book is available in Kindle and paperback versions.

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  • Pocoyo Step Into Reading-Step 1: Scooter Trouble published by Random House
  • Written by: Christy Webster
  • Illustrated by: Random House
  • We recommend this book for kids ages 2 and up