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  • Writer's pictureBen Hodson

End-papers are totally underrated.

Updated: Jun 12, 2018

Dr. Seuss had some of the best end-papers. To me they set the stage for the rest of the book.

In a book designed to help kids read, we HAD to make use of the end-papers. We figured they were a perfect way to lead young readers into the book.

“These are great books. I really like the unique idea of using comics to teach kids about the vowel sounds. The mini-stories in the books are hilarious and crazy – in a good way, of course! . . . . The cartoon feel will make kids smile. I can promise you that! I think that this book series will be a huge hit with kids. It’s perfect for reluctant readers, and for bedtimes, you just read one comic per night!”
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