Read at Home Dictionary by Claire Kirtley, Roderick Hunt


Read at Home Dictionary by Claire Kirtley, Roderick Hunt

Using the familiar characters Biff, Chip, and Floppy, and vocabulary of the Oxford Reading Tree , this dictionary introduces young readers to the important features of a dictionary. It contains over 300 words in alphabetical order, with a simple definition and an interesting colourful picture.


The series was fully endorsed in research carried out in parental focus groups.

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48 pages


Claire Kirtley, Roderick Hunt
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Publication date

7th September 2006



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