A Star in a Marmalade Jar by Ms Cynthia Rider
  

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A Star in a Marmalade Jar by Ms Cynthia Rider

A story-based approach to phonics practice helping children to read with confidence. What will happen when the silver star is set free from the marmalade jar? A Star in a Marmalade Jar is for children in Year 2/Primary 3. The charming illustrations by Sarah Warburton complement the magical story written by Cynthia Rider. The story incorporates specific phonic elements, and the particular phonic focus (ar) is reinforced throughout the text. Each children's book includes notes on the inside back cover to support use in guided group reading sessions.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Ms Cynthia Rider
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

5th July 2001

ISBN

9780521014175


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