Fantastic Forest Red Level Fiction: Nuggle's Web Teaching Version by Catherine Baker
  

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Fantastic Forest Red Level Fiction: Nuggle's Web Teaching Version by Catherine Baker

Part of Rigby Star Guided, this book that belongs to the Fantastic Forest family is a little bit different. All the books have stunning 3D illustrations and a whole host of comical characters, including Gog the big-hearted giant, Hector the grumpy troll and Binks the tidy house-elf will guide children through the heart of the Fantastic Forest. There children will discover an exciting world of magical creatures who will accompany them on their guided reading journey.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Catherine Baker
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Publisher

Rigby an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

27th April 2009

ISBN

9780433015482


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