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    I recently learned of a blog entry that lists a bunch of sources for decodable books:
    Decodable books for short a - where to find them! - The Measured Mom

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    Quote Originally Posted by farrarwilliams View Post
    Okay, I've got another one for you guys. Maybe just about at Babymouse level - as in, a few big words, but not a ton of text per page and a lot of simple dialogue with a lot of pictures. Comics series, full color, superhero style, very faux serious. Super Dinosaur. There are three compilations of the individual issues so far with another on the way. It's about a boy whose father is a super genius scientist who discovers dinosaurs living in the center of the earth. The boy has a T-Rex that is his friend and they fight evil together.
    If my four-year-old son were to write a book, that would pretty much be the exact plot. I have to get this for him.
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