What's For Breakfast: Band 02b/Red B by Collins Educational, Paul Shipton


What's For Breakfast: Band 02b/Red B by Collins Educational, Paul Shipton

A picture story about three hungry ants. The ants want to know what is for breakfast but they are not keen on dad's sweet offerings. Finally he suggests an apple; an offer that everyone is happy with. The book includes several discussion features, such as speech bubbles and a clock that shows the passing of time. * Red B/Band 2B books offer simple but varied text with familiar objects and actions, combined with simple story development and a satisfying conclusion. * Text types - A story with a predictable structure and patterned language. * A story trail on pages 14 and 15 summarises the different stages of the book in sequence. * This book has been levelled for Reading Recovery.

About the Author

Paul Shipton is an award-winning children's author. He published his first children's book in 1991, (Zargon Zoo). He lives and works in Wisconsin, USA.

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16 pages
Interest Age: From 3


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Publication date

4th January 2006



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