Pet Cat, Big Cat Band 02a/Red A by Alison Hawes
  

Pet Cat, Big Cat Band 02a/Red A

Written by Alison Hawes
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Part of the Collins Big Cat Phonics Series

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Pet Cat, Big Cat Band 02a/Red A by Alison Hawes

What are the differences between your pet cat, and a big cat in the wild? Find out in this photographic non-fiction book. * Red / Band 2A - A simple recount * Text type - Non-fiction * The focus phonemes in this book are i, c , h and l. Other phonemes practised are s, a, t, p, n, k, e, o, r, m, d, g, u, h, f and b. * Children can compare and contrast pet cats and big cats alongside each other on the final spread. * Alison Hawes also wrote Red 2A The Big Red Bus; Red 2B Thick and Thin and Pond Dipping. * This book is paired with a fictional story that features a cat: Red 2A Cat and Dog in a Mess by Shoo Rayner.

About the Author

Alison is a full-time writer. She has been writing books for schools since 1998. She writes fiction and non-fiction for children aged four to fourteen. Previously, Alison has been a teacher, a classroom assistant, a playgroup helper, a respite carer and a learning support assistant.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Alison Hawes
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Publisher

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

Publication date

27th May 2015

ISBN

9780008138677


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