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ZOOM Reader Rabbit:
Reading Development Library Level 3
$4.95 (Win95/98/Mac) (Jewel Case) (READDEV3DJ)

The Learning Company


Ages: 5 to 8


85% from FamilyPC

The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg & The Princess and the Pea

Interactive books and activities that develop reading, vocabulary, and thinking skills.

Reader Rabbit presents Reading Development Library, the only multilevel series of interactive books designed to develop a child's reading skills and confidence. Interactive books and activities develop comprehension, vocabulary, and word recognition at each stage of a child's reading development. At the same time, the stories delight with animated illustrations, lifelike speech, and clickable surprises. No other interactive books do more to prepare your child for a lifelong love of reading!

Match your child's reading level. Vocabulary. Type size. Line spacing. Reading speed. Every detail is carefully designed to match your child's reading level.

Read three perspectives. As three characters from each story share their perspectives, children develop reading and thinking skills.

Enjoy clickable surprises. We didn't skimp on fun. Every page is bursting with hidden surprises that build comprehension as they delight.

Focus on reading. The words are as important as the pictures. Your child may read independently or with the guidance of highlighted text.

Plus, Play 3 Activities.

By matching pictures to words, children build word recognition skills as they expand their vocabulary.

Children put events from each story into the right order as they build sequencing, reading comprehension, and thinking skills.

Children develop early writing and vocabulary skills by completing phrases and sentences. Best of all, they exchange letters with actual story characters.

Educational Features and Benefits

Develops reading comprehension

Builds vocabulary

Boosts thinking skills

Encourages independent reading

Bolsters confidence

Instills a love of reading

Matches your child's reading level

Includes three skill-building activities

Offers follow-along mode for pre-readers

Develops skills as part of a progressive series.


Windows: 386 DX/33 MHz or better, Win 95 with 8 MB RAM, or Win 3.1 with 4 MB RAM, hard disk, 256-color SVGA, double-speed CD-ROM drive, DOS 5.0 or higher, Windows-compatible sound card, mouse.

Macintosh: All Macintosh computers with 256-color monitors, System 7.5 with 5 MB RAM (8 MB recommended), or System 7.0.1 with 4 MB RAM, hard disk, double-speed CD-ROM drive, mouse.


Family PC, October 1996

"After selecting a story, your child can choose to hear or read it from one of three points of view. In the Goose That Laid the Golden Egg, Sam the Lion, the goose, and the farmer each tell their side of the tale. In Sam's traditional telling of the tale, the goose willingly goes along with the production of golden eggs. When the bird herself relates the story, she isn't happy about events at all. For her, the eggs produce a stomachache. Plus, she doen't even know what gold is."

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