Book Title: Purple Turtle Graded Readers Level 3 (12 Titles)
Category: Children’s Fiction,
Publisher: Aadarsh Pvt. Ltd.
Release date: April 1, 2017
Tour dates: Oct 30 to Nov 24, 2017
Content Rating: G (informative content intended for and available to children & their parents/educators to enhance and support learning. Suitable for: Family audiences with younger children.)
Boxed Book Set Description:
A1 Edutainment is all set to take you on an adventurous journey to the amazing world of Purple Turtle and his friends. Purple Turtle Graded Readers by A1 Edutainment is a new reading program especially for emerging readers. The third level includes a set of 12 books with engaging stories and fun-filled activities. It is based on the Lexile and ATOS reading level system and has a word count of 250-350. This level is for learners who have started reading with confidence.
Purple Turtle is India’s 1st International brand with its educational content in several languages sold in more than 30 countries including Russia, China, US and UK. The character of Purple Turtle has delighted children across the globe through beautifully created Purple Turtle books, rhymes and videos available on YouTube.
Purple Turtle was created with the idea to spread education through a wide range of innovative books for children. To give them the experience of convenient online learning, Purple Turtle also brings both learning and entertainment on a common platform to give a wholesome learning experience to young minds.
My Review: 5/5
When these books arrived, my 7-year-old daughter Emily was so excited! She immediately grabbed a couple and went outside to read them. And read them she did! These books occupied her for at least an hour (huge accomplishment for a 7-year-old!)
After she finished, she brought them inside and showed me. Much to my (pleasant) surprise, at the end of the story are activities for the reader to do. So, the child can read the entertaining story that is right at their reading level, and then take a break for some fun activities (mazes, puzzles, etc.).
According to Emily, “I think the books are very good. I liked the pictures – they were interesting, colorful, and fun. The books helped me learn and were fun to read.”
There you have it, straight from the mouth of an actual reader. These educational, fun books would be a great addition to every child’s library!