Man and boy walking

Written by Lucy Charette, 
Mikeline Sullivan, Jan Peixoto,
and Mona Maurer-Isaacson
Illustrated by Mary Ryder Cullin

Terry's Tips

Making predictions is a good way to get children engaged in a story. They like to read closely to find out if they were right. Take out a piece of paper and write down each of your child's predictions. Not only will this help you and the children keep track of their guesses, but it will also help you remember to talk about their predictions throughout the book so that children can keep thinking about how their guesses compare to what actually happens in the story.