Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: More Fireflies A: How to Make a Fruit Salad by Deborah Chancellor, Thelma Page, Liz Miles, Gill Howell
  

Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: More Fireflies A: How to Make a Fruit Salad

Written by Deborah Chancellor, Thelma Page, Liz Miles, Gill Howell
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Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: More Fireflies A: How to Make a Fruit Salad by Deborah Chancellor, Thelma Page, Liz Miles, Gill Howell

This book is part of the Oxford Reading Tree Fireflies series which offer a wide range of stimulating non-fiction titles for young children. It includes a variety of topics covering all areas of the curriculum, from science to citizenship. The books have a bright modern page design, and are illustrated with colour photographs. They are carefully graded across 10 levels and contain built-in progression and vocabulary repetition throughout. Books contain inside cover notes to support children in their reading. Help with childrens reading development is also available at www.oxfordowl.co.uk.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Deborah Chancellor, Thelma Page, Liz Miles, Gill Howell
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

1st September 2008

ISBN

9780198473770


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