Wide Range Reader Green Book by Fred J. Schonell, Phyllis Flowerdew
  

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Wide Range Reader Green Book by Fred J. Schonell, Phyllis Flowerdew

The wide Range Readers are planned to provide graded reading practice for junior school children. Because children of 7-11 have a wide range of reading needs and attainments, there are three parallel series - Blue, Green and Red books - to provide plenty of material to suit the interest and reading ages of every child. Books 1-4 are graded by half yearly reading ages, for use by appropriate groups within a class. Book 1 should provide an easy read for children with a reading age of about 7-7 . Children with reading ages below 7 are recommended to use the Wide Range Starters.

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Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Fred J. Schonell, Phyllis Flowerdew
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Publisher

Oliver & Boyd an imprint of Pearson Schools

Publication date

28th January 1985

ISBN

9780050037546


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