Tulips for Dad Pack of 6 by Richard Brown, Jean Glasberg
  

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Tulips for Dad Pack of 6 by Richard Brown, Jean Glasberg

Suitable for children in Year 2 (age 6), Tulips for Dad is from the Cambridge Reading genre strand Narrative Recounts, a strand which motivates children to explore their personal responses and make links to their own experiences. Each story in this set of nine marks a significant event from someone's childhood. Retold by Richard Brown, Tulips for Dad is a true story about Margaret Smith when she was just three and a half years old. It happened in the 1940s, and is one of Margaret's very first memories. One day Margaret's Dad wasn't feeling very well. Margaret remembered that you could cheer people up by giving them flowers. Then she sees the beautiful tulips in next-door's garden and has an idea ...Narrative recounts also provide excellent models for children's own writing. This pack of 6 is for guided group reading.

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Format

Multiple copy pack
Contains 6 copies of Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Richard Brown, Jean Glasberg
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

12th December 1996

ISBN

9780521577328


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