Go Barefoot by Joanne Gail Johnson
  

Synopsis

Go Barefoot by Joanne Gail Johnson

Mainly for African primary schools - 2nd level reader for early reading in English. This title is one of a collection of stories for very early readers either at school or at home. In these books: controlled language is designed to give confidence; illustrations provide visual cues; stories focus on experiences relevant to young children; and stories are taken from a range of cultural backgrounds. The series is divided into two levels of difficulty: go is for readers who are beginning to learn the past and future tenses.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Joanne Gail Johnson
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Publisher

Macmillan Caribbean an imprint of Macmillan Education

Publication date

19th September 2000

ISBN

9780333776032


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