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Read along with your favorite I Can Read Book characters with this book and CD! In Biscuit Goes to School, Biscuit wants to go to school. He wants to go to class, have a snack in the cafeteria, and hear a story in the library. Most of all, Biscuit wants to meet the teacher! But dogs aren't allowed in school. What will happen when the teacher discovers Biscuit? The little yel Read along with your favorite I Can Read Book characters with this book and CD! In Biscuit Goes to School, Biscuit wants to go to school. He wants to go to class, have a snack in the cafeteria, and hear a story in the library. Most of all, Biscuit wants to meet the teacher! But dogs aren't allowed in school. What will happen when the teacher discovers Biscuit? The little yellow puppy's adventure perfectly captures the excitement of a young child's first day at school! I Can Read Books are the premier line of beginning readers encouraging children to learn—and love—to read. Featuring award-winning authors and illustrators, I Can Read Books offer a full spectrum of entertaining stories for every stage of a child's reading development. Now the beloved characters and adventures from this popular line of books come to life with I Can Read Book and CDs. Each package includes a best-selling beginning-reader storybook and a lively audio recording featuring: Word-for-word narration Music and sound effects One version with turn-the-page signals One version of uninterrupted reading


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Read along with your favorite I Can Read Book characters with this book and CD! In Biscuit Goes to School, Biscuit wants to go to school. He wants to go to class, have a snack in the cafeteria, and hear a story in the library. Most of all, Biscuit wants to meet the teacher! But dogs aren't allowed in school. What will happen when the teacher discovers Biscuit? The little yel Read along with your favorite I Can Read Book characters with this book and CD! In Biscuit Goes to School, Biscuit wants to go to school. He wants to go to class, have a snack in the cafeteria, and hear a story in the library. Most of all, Biscuit wants to meet the teacher! But dogs aren't allowed in school. What will happen when the teacher discovers Biscuit? The little yellow puppy's adventure perfectly captures the excitement of a young child's first day at school! I Can Read Books are the premier line of beginning readers encouraging children to learn—and love—to read. Featuring award-winning authors and illustrators, I Can Read Books offer a full spectrum of entertaining stories for every stage of a child's reading development. Now the beloved characters and adventures from this popular line of books come to life with I Can Read Book and CDs. Each package includes a best-selling beginning-reader storybook and a lively audio recording featuring: Word-for-word narration Music and sound effects One version with turn-the-page signals One version of uninterrupted reading

30 review for Biscuit Goes to School Book and CD

  1. 4 out of 5

    L. McCoy

    SUPER FAST REVIEW: Aww! I like this even more than the first one! Biscuit is disappointed to hear that dogs don’t go to school but he decides to go anyway and is a very curious puppy! It’s not predictable, it’s very funny, the art is too darn cute and I love the adorable puppy’s story! Highly recommended! 5/5 SUPER FAST REVIEW: Aww! I like this even more than the first one! Biscuit is disappointed to hear that dogs don’t go to school but he decides to go anyway and is a very curious puppy! It’s not predictable, it’s very funny, the art is too darn cute and I love the adorable puppy’s story! Highly recommended! 5/5

  2. 5 out of 5

    Meg McGregor

    Biscuit is one of the literary world's cutest puppies! In this adventure he goes to his owner's school and simply loves learning about -- well, everything! And of course, being Biscuit, he always has time to make new friends with the teacher and all of the students! I have been reading this series of books for over ten years and I always enjoy visiting this lovable yellow puppy! Biscuit forever! Biscuit is one of the literary world's cutest puppies! In this adventure he goes to his owner's school and simply loves learning about -- well, everything! And of course, being Biscuit, he always has time to make new friends with the teacher and all of the students! I have been reading this series of books for over ten years and I always enjoy visiting this lovable yellow puppy! Biscuit forever!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Chind

    We love Biscuit books and they are a great tool for teaching young readers exciting bits of story. Instead of Mary having a little lamb that followed her to school one day, Biscuit follows his girl to school. Why shouldn't a puppy get to go to school? *grin* The rule follower in my rebels with the story, but it is adorable and just the right amount of amusement. He still is behaving better than Marley, after all... This was another one from my son Rascal's I Can Read! subscription. We love Biscuit books and they are a great tool for teaching young readers exciting bits of story. Instead of Mary having a little lamb that followed her to school one day, Biscuit follows his girl to school. Why shouldn't a puppy get to go to school? *grin* The rule follower in my rebels with the story, but it is adorable and just the right amount of amusement. He still is behaving better than Marley, after all... This was another one from my son Rascal's I Can Read! subscription.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tony Petry

    My daughter loves anything with animals, cute little book to read to the little ones.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Holly Letson

    Biscuit likes school.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Azura

    This is so fun, he went to school. She tried to get biscuit out, but it was hard. Azura spoke

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Very cute little story about a puppy that wants to go to school and her young mistress. Especially liked that it included a male teacher instead of the typical female teacher.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Erma Talamante

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  9. 4 out of 5

    Amelia

    Even though dogs are not allowed at school, Biscuit wants to go to school. He wants to play ball at recess, listen to a story, go to lunch, and meet the teacher. He does every one of these things even though he is not technically supposed to. Everyone likes him so it is okay. I like how easy this book is to read. This is a great book for a struggling reader to get practice reading something that won't frustrate them. I love the pictures. Biscuit is soooooo adorable and the little girl's hair is Even though dogs are not allowed at school, Biscuit wants to go to school. He wants to play ball at recess, listen to a story, go to lunch, and meet the teacher. He does every one of these things even though he is not technically supposed to. Everyone likes him so it is okay. I like how easy this book is to read. This is a great book for a struggling reader to get practice reading something that won't frustrate them. I love the pictures. Biscuit is soooooo adorable and the little girl's hair is so pretty! The colors are bright and pretty and the words are fairly simple. Overall, I enjoyed this book. It's not much of a challenge, but I still love these books. I can use this book to give my struggling readers something they can use to practice reading without being overly frustrated. I can also use this book to get kids interested in dogs more interested in reading. I can use this book to teach kids to read. The words are simple and I can have them read the book to me aloud. I can help them with words they are struggling with. I could bring in a dog, but that would require getting the principal on board. Not to mention, it would have to be a therapy dog. It would a lot of coercing. I can also use this book to teach my students the idea of sound words or onomatopoeias. I can read through the book once, then we can read through it again looking for sound words and we can find all the sound words and talk about them. I can also ask them to come up with their own sound words. I can have them take their sound words and draw a picture to go with them. Then we can take their pictures and make them into a little book of sound words.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Scarlett Graglia

    Summary: Biscuit is so excited to go to school. He sees the school bus coming, but he is told to stay home because dogs don't go to school. Biscuit finds his way anyhow. What will happen when the teacher finds Biscuit in the classroom? Evaluation: This story was cute. I liked it because I love animals, especially dogs. The story was cute because it showed how determined Biscuit was to find his way to school even though his owner wanted him to stay home because she knew he would not be allowed at sc Summary: Biscuit is so excited to go to school. He sees the school bus coming, but he is told to stay home because dogs don't go to school. Biscuit finds his way anyhow. What will happen when the teacher finds Biscuit in the classroom? Evaluation: This story was cute. I liked it because I love animals, especially dogs. The story was cute because it showed how determined Biscuit was to find his way to school even though his owner wanted him to stay home because she knew he would not be allowed at school. I like how Biscuit finds his way by himself as he takes on his very own adventure. This story could relate to anyone who wishes they could bring their dog to school! Teaching idea: This story is a great book to teach high frequency words and for those students who are in the transitional period of reading. Students then could play a memory matching puzzle that would help students build familiarity with the books vocabulary words. The puzzle consists of finding the pairs of the word. This could either be on online activity or the teach could print out the words and students could play it at their desk.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    Categories/Genres for this class fulfilled by this book: Easy Reader Copyright date: July 1, 2003 Estimate of age level of interest: 4 - 8 Estimate of reading level: PreK - 1st grade Brief description: Even though dogs are not allowed Biscuit is excited and determined to go to school. Identify at least 2 characteristics of this genre and subgenre and discuss how they appear in your book: Font is clear and large with many sight words. Very few multi-syllabic words. Evenly balanced with illustrations Categories/Genres for this class fulfilled by this book: Easy Reader Copyright date: July 1, 2003 Estimate of age level of interest: 4 - 8 Estimate of reading level: PreK - 1st grade Brief description: Even though dogs are not allowed Biscuit is excited and determined to go to school. Identify at least 2 characteristics of this genre and subgenre and discuss how they appear in your book: Font is clear and large with many sight words. Very few multi-syllabic words. Evenly balanced with illustrations and white space. In what ways and how well does the book as a whole serve its intended audience? Beginning readers can sound out the words easily. Readers recognize the distinct character and repetition. Review: School Library Journal 2003

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mikaylie Snell

    Summary: Biscuit is a puppy. On this adventure he goes to school. At school the book says what he wants to do there and what he likes. It ends with Biscuit liking the students and the students liking Biscuit. Evaluation: This is a great book for beginning readers. The phrases are very repetitive and all of the words are sight words. The illustrations also go along with the words. This would be a great book for someone who is just learning to read. Teaching Idea: This book can be used to teach the wor Summary: Biscuit is a puppy. On this adventure he goes to school. At school the book says what he wants to do there and what he likes. It ends with Biscuit liking the students and the students liking Biscuit. Evaluation: This is a great book for beginning readers. The phrases are very repetitive and all of the words are sight words. The illustrations also go along with the words. This would be a great book for someone who is just learning to read. Teaching Idea: This book can be used to teach the word ending -ing. These words are used many times in this book. Students could go on a word hunt for words that end in -ing. They will then right down the words they find that end in -ing. They will use a highlighter to show what part of the word is -ing.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Summer Shockley

    Summary: This story is about a little girl and her dog Biscuit. Biscuit wants to go to school, but she tells him he cannot. Biscuit follows her to school and the little girl finds him in the lunchroom. She tries to hide, but he keeps barking. He gets out of her book bag and everyone ends up playing with him. Evaluation: This is a great book for students who are in the transitional period of reading. The repetition and detailed pictures help the student read the book better. The story is cute and Summary: This story is about a little girl and her dog Biscuit. Biscuit wants to go to school, but she tells him he cannot. Biscuit follows her to school and the little girl finds him in the lunchroom. She tries to hide, but he keeps barking. He gets out of her book bag and everyone ends up playing with him. Evaluation: This is a great book for students who are in the transitional period of reading. The repetition and detailed pictures help the student read the book better. The story is cute and is relatable for anyone who wishes they could bring their dog to school. Teaching idea: This book could be used to teach high frequency words to young students. It would be great to use during guided reading groups where students could partner read and get used to the elements of reading.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Carson Gentry

    This is a very simple and easy read. It tells the story of a dog who follows the school bus to school. When he’s at school he wants to do everything that kids get to do, but he can’t because he’s a dog. His owner tried to hid him from the teacher but the teacher ends up finding biscuit. This is a great book for kids that are just starting to read. Kids would be able to practice sounding out words and each page ends with the familiar word “Woof” which would be so good for a kid to regain confiden This is a very simple and easy read. It tells the story of a dog who follows the school bus to school. When he’s at school he wants to do everything that kids get to do, but he can’t because he’s a dog. His owner tried to hid him from the teacher but the teacher ends up finding biscuit. This is a great book for kids that are just starting to read. Kids would be able to practice sounding out words and each page ends with the familiar word “Woof” which would be so good for a kid to regain confidence. The illustrations we really fun and told the story without the words needing to be there.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Katlin Carver

    Summary Biscuit really wants to go to school, but dogs are not allowed. He is determined to see and do everything that takes place at school. Evaluation This a cute book about a story about a puppy. I like that is included a male teacher unlike most books where teachers are female. The book has illustration that help the reader better read and understand the text. Teaching Idea I would use the book to teach high frequency words to young students. It would also be a great book for higher students to Summary Biscuit really wants to go to school, but dogs are not allowed. He is determined to see and do everything that takes place at school. Evaluation This a cute book about a story about a puppy. I like that is included a male teacher unlike most books where teachers are female. The book has illustration that help the reader better read and understand the text. Teaching Idea I would use the book to teach high frequency words to young students. It would also be a great book for higher students to read independently.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    This is a simple book about a little puppy going to school for the first time. I think this would be great for Kindergarteners because it shows them what they can expect to see in school while also enjoying a story about a cute little puppy. I think we could compare what the puppy does throughout his day with what our schedule looks like in the classroom. It may be cool to later be like, “now we are going to gym just like Biscuit went to gym in our book.” We can also take the time as we read thr This is a simple book about a little puppy going to school for the first time. I think this would be great for Kindergarteners because it shows them what they can expect to see in school while also enjoying a story about a cute little puppy. I think we could compare what the puppy does throughout his day with what our schedule looks like in the classroom. It may be cool to later be like, “now we are going to gym just like Biscuit went to gym in our book.” We can also take the time as we read through the book to discuss our expectations for our reading.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Xuewei Wu

    Biscuit wants to go to school. He wants to go to class, have a snack in the cafeteria, and hear a story in the library. Most of all, Biscuit wants to meet the teacher! But dogs aren't allowed in school. After meeting classmate and everybody love him. This story shows going to school for the first time can be scary and scare to meet other students but it can also be fun. The illustration for the book is like real life and the puppy are represents children who go to school on the first day. It is Biscuit wants to go to school. He wants to go to class, have a snack in the cafeteria, and hear a story in the library. Most of all, Biscuit wants to meet the teacher! But dogs aren't allowed in school. After meeting classmate and everybody love him. This story shows going to school for the first time can be scary and scare to meet other students but it can also be fun. The illustration for the book is like real life and the puppy are represents children who go to school on the first day. It is a good book to read for the first day of school.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Salma

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book is one of my all time favorites. It is such a simple beginners book. I remember reading it as a small child and would definitely read it to my children. The book is very simple with images that show exactly what the verbal reading is saying. The novel itself is a book simple read that includes objects and concepts that kinder-garden students have an understanding or learning about. The images seem to be draw so it beings a better connection with the young students. They can visually se This book is one of my all time favorites. It is such a simple beginners book. I remember reading it as a small child and would definitely read it to my children. The book is very simple with images that show exactly what the verbal reading is saying. The novel itself is a book simple read that includes objects and concepts that kinder-garden students have an understanding or learning about. The images seem to be draw so it beings a better connection with the young students. They can visually see what is happening.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Makayla Graham

    "Biscuit Goes to School" is a beginning reader book about the popular dog named Biscuit. In this book, biscuit goes to school, even though he is not allowed. Once he is at school, he has to hide from the teacher so he will not be sent home. This book should be given as an independent read for beginning readers. The simple sentences and use of CVC and sight words keep the text engaging and manageable for beginning readers. "Biscuit Goes to School" is a beginning reader book about the popular dog named Biscuit. In this book, biscuit goes to school, even though he is not allowed. Once he is at school, he has to hide from the teacher so he will not be sent home. This book should be given as an independent read for beginning readers. The simple sentences and use of CVC and sight words keep the text engaging and manageable for beginning readers.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Hope

    Biscuit goes to school a children's picture book for ages 3-7. The story is about a little puppy wanting to go to school with his owner. He's eager to see the school, eat in the cafeteria and meet the teacher. The book is good practice for children just learning to read. They have many pictures and short sentences. This is a good book to read at night time for bed or at school when learning to read. Biscuit goes to school a children's picture book for ages 3-7. The story is about a little puppy wanting to go to school with his owner. He's eager to see the school, eat in the cafeteria and meet the teacher. The book is good practice for children just learning to read. They have many pictures and short sentences. This is a good book to read at night time for bed or at school when learning to read.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Z'Nia Morris

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book is so adorable. Biscuit just wants to follow his owner and before he goes to the school he makes a few detours. His owner has to hide him from the teacher and from other people because dogs aren't suppose to be in school. I love how there was onomatopoeia in the book. I wish there was more, but it still was cool the few they did have. Biscuit is a smart dog because he got to the school alone and I'm glad at the end everyone feel in love with him. This book is so adorable. Biscuit just wants to follow his owner and before he goes to the school he makes a few detours. His owner has to hide him from the teacher and from other people because dogs aren't suppose to be in school. I love how there was onomatopoeia in the book. I wish there was more, but it still was cool the few they did have. Biscuit is a smart dog because he got to the school alone and I'm glad at the end everyone feel in love with him.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Natalie Greaves

    This story was nicely illustrated. It is pretty short in length and the story is a simple tale of not following instructions. I don't think that this story would be something I would read in an classroom with very young children. It might be more useful for older young children to help them learning sight words and to begin to read. This story was nicely illustrated. It is pretty short in length and the story is a simple tale of not following instructions. I don't think that this story would be something I would read in an classroom with very young children. It might be more useful for older young children to help them learning sight words and to begin to read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Verna

    A novelty story about a dog named Biscuit who went to school. Biscuit got into some mischief while at school but regardless of that everyone still liked him. Perfect for emerging readers and comes with a list of sight words. The book tells a story with very few words, use large fonts and the words are spaced; the perfect book for early readers.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Betul Kilinc

    This is a great story to read to children who are starting off to read. The pages have few clear words which make it a perfect book for a 5-6 year old to pick up and read on their own or with little assistance. I think I read this book for the first time when I was in first grade but now they expect kindergarteners to read and in a few years 4 year olds will be reading lol

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Bryan

    Precious book. Very easy reader so it would be good for students to use as familiar reading. This story is just about a dog that seeks to school with his owner. There are so many times in the story that the dog does things he shouldn't do- I think this would be good for the beginning of a school year to talk about and reinforce the importance of following the classroom rules. Precious book. Very easy reader so it would be good for students to use as familiar reading. This story is just about a dog that seeks to school with his owner. There are so many times in the story that the dog does things he shouldn't do- I think this would be good for the beginning of a school year to talk about and reinforce the importance of following the classroom rules.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Clwseattle

    Biscuit Goes to School is charming with gentle, almost old fashioned illustrations. Biscuit Goes to School claims to be a "I Can Read' book for early readers, however it's not a phonics based reader but rather, a 'sight word' based reader. Kids will love it and will easily memorize the words based on the adorable illustrations if its read to them often enough. Biscuit Goes to School is charming with gentle, almost old fashioned illustrations. Biscuit Goes to School claims to be a "I Can Read' book for early readers, however it's not a phonics based reader but rather, a 'sight word' based reader. Kids will love it and will easily memorize the words based on the adorable illustrations if its read to them often enough.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    An extra of the same book passed down to A from Sabrina - received in mid 2018. A loved the Biscuit series in Kindergarten and would bring home one new one each Wednesday from library (one book per K child). She read it to herself without any trouble and perfect fluency for the first time on 3/15/19. We had read this book together before (me to her) in K.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    A cute book about Biscuit, the puppy? (dog?), going to school. It is very short, but the illustrations are really cute and my preschoolers really enjoyed the story even though some of them have heard it before. It's not at all scary and the adults are not even mad that the dog came to school. It was very sweet. A cute book about Biscuit, the puppy? (dog?), going to school. It is very short, but the illustrations are really cute and my preschoolers really enjoyed the story even though some of them have heard it before. It's not at all scary and the adults are not even mad that the dog came to school. It was very sweet.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Taylor Phillips

    The biscuit books were always one of my favorites as a kid myself. I think they're a bit too easy for anything over first grade, but are definitely cute for a beginning read to develop love for a character. It is a bit repetitive, but in a way that enlightens children with vocabulary in whatever setting Biscuit is in in each book (specifically school for this one). The biscuit books were always one of my favorites as a kid myself. I think they're a bit too easy for anything over first grade, but are definitely cute for a beginning read to develop love for a character. It is a bit repetitive, but in a way that enlightens children with vocabulary in whatever setting Biscuit is in in each book (specifically school for this one).

  30. 4 out of 5

    Linda Brewer

    Biscuit books are a great way to start Kindergarteners on the road to reading. There are many adventures for this puppy to get into, and each one will keep the new reader interested and engaged. The illustrations help provide context clues for the student to follow, helping them build their confidence as readers.

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