Once there was a man who only had three hairs, and he loved them so much he had even named them. One was called Joey, another Johnny and the shortest of all Tony. Despite his complex, George finds out that if he takes it with humor, having little hair can be even fun...
Seventh story from the Learn to Read collection in UPPER CASE and lowercase letters, which is arranged according to reading difficulty, with number 1 being the easiest and number 9 being the most challenging.
Each page contains the same text: above in lowercase letters and below in CAPITAL LETTERS (upper case). It enables capital letters and the change towards printed characters to be worked on. At the end of the book, you can discover a message to think about.
The collection is designed to learn to read and is ordered according to reading difficulty.