Oxford Reading Tree: Level 1: Decode and Develop: Feed the Birds by Roderick Hunt, Ms Annemarie Young, Thelma Page
  

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Oxford Reading Tree: Level 1: Decode and Develop: Feed the Birds by Roderick Hunt, Ms Annemarie Young, Thelma Page

Level 1 Biff, Chip and Kipper Stories: Decode and Develop are six exciting new wordless stories in the Oxford Reading Tree series. They continue to provide storylines full of humour and drama, with familiar settings and characters. The wordless stories introduce the characters and children learn that the pictures tell a story, where a story begins and how to turn the pages. They will also begin to identify sounds for objects they see in the pictures. 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
8 pages

Author

Roderick Hunt, Ms Annemarie Young, Thelma Page
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

6th January 2011

ISBN

9780198483731


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