Starter Level Big Book A Big Book by Karina Law
  

Synopsis

Starter Level Big Book A Big Book by Karina Law

This Big Book provides a range of text types from a wide selection of favourite children's authors and illustrators. This book is for the first term of Reception. There is one Big Book anthology for each term. Starter Level Big Book A contains the following fiction, non-fiction, poetry and rhymes which are guaranteed to engage your class: I Want My Dinner by Tony Ross Say Please by Michael Rosen Good Days, Bad Days by Laurence and Catherine Anholt I Feel Sad by Brian Moses Going Swimming by Sarah Garland Animal Swimmers by Karina Law Seven of Everything (illustrations) A House in the Wood (illustrations) Goldilocks by Maggie Moore Can Do by Joyce Dunbar I Spy by Barrie Wade Ten Little Fingers (Anon) Say! by Dr Seuss My Hands (Anon) Doctor Foster (Anon) Rain, Rain, Go Away (Anon) What is the Sun? Reeve Lindbergh No Rain, No Rainbow by John Agard New Toys (illustration) Old Toys (Illustration) Keith's Cupboard (Michael Rosen) My Cat, Mrs Christmas by Adrian Mitchell Mrs Christmas by Adrian Mitchell

About the Author

Bestselling author of the highly successful Focus on Literacy for Year 1 and Year 2, Karina Law is an ex-Primary School teacher and English Coordinator.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Karina Law
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Publisher

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

Publication date

20th January 2001

ISBN

9780007110957


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