Back to the Future: Telling Time with Marty McFly
Written By: Steph Lew
$9.99
Great Scott! Marty McFly is always late. It’s almost like he doesn’t know how to tell time. Sometimes he’s in bed when he should be at school. Other times he’s back at school when he should be at band practice. 

Help Marty get through the day by turning the die-cut wheel in the cover and lifting the flaps throughout the book to find out where Marty should be at the proper time. With both analog and digital clocks, young learners will get to see time in different ways.

Back to the Future: Telling Time with Marty McFly is an entertaining, nostalgic title in the PlayPop line of developmental board books.

PLAYFUL LEARNING + POP CULTURE BONDING: Parents, grandparents, and grown-ups can introduce kids to beloved characters from the Back to the Future films.

TEACHES TELLING TIME: Learn to read analog and digital clocks

LEARN BY DOING: Turn the dial for a tactile, multi-sensory learning experience.

READ ALOUD PROMPTS
: “At six o’clock in the evening, Marty is supposed to be
eating dinner with his family. Where is Marty?” Gentle prompts support reading comprehension and intergenerational interaction.

DEVELOP EARLY LITERACY: Emerging readers can practice print motivation, print awareness, letter knowledge, phonological awareness, vocabulary and narrative skills.  

COLLECT THEM ALL: Learn essential skills and raise the next generation of fans with PlayPop books including E.T’s First Words and Back to the Future: Telling Time with Marty McFly and Labyrinth: Straight to the Castle.
Format: Hardbound
Published on: 10/20/2020
ISBN: 9781683839415
Pages: 10
Trim Size: 7 x 7

  • About the Author 
  • Press
Steph Lew, Illustrator: Steph Lew is a concept artist/illustrator from San Francisco, CA. She graduated from San Jose State University with a BFA in Animation/Illustration. She strives to have strong light and color in her artwork. She enjoys drawing people, animals and mermaids. When she's not drawing, she enjoys baking, sewing, and propagating her succulents. But most of the time, she is taking pictures of her shih tzu, Mango.

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