Caillou, Old Shoes, New Shoes by Rebecca Moeller


Caillou, Old Shoes, New Shoes by Rebecca Moeller

Caillou is growing, and his shoes are too small now. Mommy takes him to the store to buy a new pair. On the way, he sees Sarah running really fast. That makes Caillou want a pair of shoes to run in. First, the salesman has to measure his feet. Caillou picks just the right pair and he shows Sarah how fast he can run. Become a star reader with Caillou! Based on a popular episode of Caillou, this story introduces basic reading skills to beginning readers. Ideal for shared reading and spotting sight words. This title levels GRL F and Lexile 160L

About the Author

Rebecca Klevberg Moeller is an educational publishing consultant. She has a master's degree in language teaching and has taught children around the world. She has also written language teaching materials for National Geographic, Cambridge University Press, Hachette and many other publishers. She speaks English, Japanese, and German and lives in Montreal, Canada. Eric Sevigny is a graphic artist and the illustrator of numerous Caillou titles, such as Caillou: Every Drop Counts, Caillou: Happy Holidays, and Caillou Puts Away His Toys.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 3


Rebecca Moeller
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Publication date

13th September 2016



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