Level 3: Supported Reading at Home by Collins Big Cat
  

Level 3: Supported Reading at Home

Written by Collins Big Cat
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Part of the Collins Big Cat Reading Lions Series

Synopsis

Level 3: Supported Reading at Home by Collins Big Cat

Level 3: Supported Reading at Home 6 books - 3 fiction and 3 non-fiction in a slip case that will help your child learn to read with adult support, longer, less illustrated texts, with paragraphs, literary language and distinctive characterisation.Big Cat Reading Lions help you to support your child's reading development at home. Each book in the series has been created by leading children's authors and illustrators, and carefully levelled by educational experts, meaning you can enjoy reading with your child at every stage in their reading journey.The set contains 6 books:What's that Building? by Richard PlattUnusual Traditions by John McIlwainHow to be a Knight by Scoular AndersonChewy Hughie by Jane ClarkeTwinkle, Twinkle Firefly by John Agard & Grace NicholsMountain Mona by Vivian French* The Reading Lions series contains 6 clear levels from First Reading to Independent Reading, allowing you to select the right books for your child* Works alongside any reading scheme used by your child's school* Each book features talking points to extend your child's understanding of the book* High quality fiction and non-fiction texts

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Format

Paperback
Contains 6 Paperbacks

Author

Collins Big Cat
More books by Collins Big Cat

Publisher

Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers

Publication date

27th May 2015

ISBN

9780008125875


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