Oxford Reading Tree: Level 6: Traditional Tales Phonics How the Bear Lost His Tail and Other Stories by Roderick Hunt, Mr. Alex Brychta
  

Oxford Reading Tree: Level 6: Traditional Tales Phonics How the Bear Lost His Tail and Other Stories

Written by Roderick Hunt, Mr. Alex Brychta
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Oxford Reading Tree: Level 6: Traditional Tales Phonics How the Bear Lost His Tail and Other Stories by Roderick Hunt, Mr. Alex Brychta

These well-loved traditional stories have been carefully retold using phonics and familiar language so that children can read them for themselves. This Level 6 collection contains these 4 enjoyable stories: The Frog Prince, Monkey's Magic Pipe, The Bear Who Lost His Tail, Yoshi The Stonecutter -in this circular tale, Yoshi is a Japanese stonecutter who is always wishing for more. Will he ever be happy? The Traditional Tales series offers: *A clear phonics progression providing lots of practice to build reading confidence and success. *A range of tales from around the world - a perfect introduction to different cultures and traditions. *A rich selection of stories and illustrations to capture your child's imagination and inspire a love of reading. *Support for parents including tips, talking points and a fun activity after every story. Also visit www.oxfordowl.co.uk for practical advice, helpful information about phonics, lots of fun activities, free storyteller videos and free eBooks.

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Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Roderick Hunt, Mr. Alex Brychta
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

1st February 2014

ISBN

9780192736086


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