The Magic Porridge Pot by Ms Cynthia Rider
  

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The Magic Porridge Pot by Ms Cynthia Rider

A story-based approach to phonics practice helping children to read with confidence. A magic cooking pot sounds good, until you forget how to stop it! The Magic Porridge Pot is for children in Year 2/Primary 3 and is a Russian folktale, retold by Cynthia Rider. The highly attractive illustrations by Emma Shaw-Smith are inspired by the story's country of origin. The particular phonic focus (short oo - pull, good) 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

9780521014298


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