Focus on Literacy Big Book by Karina Law, Barry Scholes
  

Focus on Literacy Big Book

Written by Karina Law, Barry Scholes
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Part of the Focus on Literacy Series

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Focus on Literacy Big Book by Karina Law, Barry Scholes

This Big Book provides all the text types required by the National Literacy Framework 1998 for Year 2 Term 1, with a wide selection of favourite children's authors and illustrators. / Focus on Literacy Big Book 2A contains poems and stories from the following children's books: The Magical Bicycle by Berlie Doherty Street Sounds by Jacqueline Brown Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume The Pain and the Great One by Judy Blume Sorry Miss by Jo Furtado Granny's Quilt by Penny Ives Tall Inside by Jean Richardson Snowy by Berlie Doherty A Worm's Eye View by Jan Mark Kitchen Fun by Ray Gibson Making a Christmas Tree Josie Smith at Christmas by Magdalen Nabb

About the Author

Barry Scholes is one of Collins foremost authors. He has written the highly acclaimed series: English Alive and Collins Primary English. Both these series are renowned for providing texts that children are known to love and enjoy. John McIlwain is a former Headmaster and published author of a number of titles on the subject of word and sentence work. John has been Series Editor of Collins Grammar Rules and Editor of Collins Shorter School Dictionary. Karina Law is a fully qualified primary school teacher with wide experience in teaching the Framework. Karina brings to the series recent experience of how children respond to teahcing, in the classroom.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Karina Law, Barry Scholes
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Publisher

Collins Educational an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

22nd July 1999

ISBN

9780003025385


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