Oxford Reading Tree Songbirds: Where Is the Snail and Other Stories
Written by Julia Donaldson
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The Children's Laureate and bestselling author of The Gruffalo, Julia Donaldson has carefully created the Songbirds Phonics series to support parents and teachers in helping children learning to read. Julia Donaldson has captivated children all over the world with her lively and engaging stories.
This series of books under the Songbirds name builds children's confidence through a clear phonics development with gradual progression to build reading confidence and success. This Stage 3 Songbirds collection contains 6 exciting phonics stories in 1! These are perfect for parents to read at home with their kids to establish a really strong love of reading and to build confidence.
Julia Donaldson says: "Creating the 'Songbirds' series was an enormous challenge of my favourite kind. Almost every word in every book had to be phonically decodable, and yet I wanted to write real stories which children would enjoy reading. I was determined also that the content and illustrations should be as varied as possible, as I know how children’s tastes differ and how monotonous some reading schemes can be. So some of the stories are in prose, some in rhyme, some are realistic and others fantastical."
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Oxford Reading Tree Songbirds: Where Is the Snail and Other Stories by Julia Donaldson
This Stage 3 Songbirds collection contains 6 exciting phonics stories in one, with built-in progression to build reading confidence and success: 'Ron Rabbit's Big Day', 'The Wishing Elf', 'Bob Bug and the Insect Club', 'Where's the Snail', 'Stop Chatting Bill', 'Back to Bed'. The Songbirds series offers a clear phonics development with gradual progression and lots of practice to help children gain reading confidence. It provides a fantastic breadth and variety of storylines, rhyme, rhythm and genres by the nation's favourite children's author, with vibrant and humorous illustrations to engage children and stimulate discussion. There are also useful tips and ideas for parents/carers. Help your child's reading with essential tips, phonics support and free eBooks - www.oxfordowl.co.uk.
About the Author
More books by Julia Donaldson
Oxford University Press
1st March 2012
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