Peas in a Pod Pack of 6 by Richard Brown, Kate Ruttle
  

Peas in a Pod Pack of 6

Written by Richard Brown, Kate Ruttle
Illustrated by
Part of the Cambridge Reading Series

RRP £23.75

Synopsis

Peas in a Pod Pack of 6 by Richard Brown, Kate Ruttle

Suitable for children in Year 1 (age 5), Peas in a Pod is one of nine books from the Cambridge Reading Poetry strand. This strand offers a variety of language and illustration styles, with plenty of opportunities for speaking and listening. Children will enjoy playing with rhyming patterns and exploring language. Move your fingers with every rhyme! This collection of finger rhymes has been chosen by Kate Ruttle and Richard Brown, and includes clear illustrations by Adriano Gon that show you which finger movements accompany each phrase. Great fun for all the class! Cambridge Reading at Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2) offers fiction, non-fiction, poetry and plays to introduce children to a variety of text types, authors and illustrators and provide a firm base for wider reading. This pack of 6 is for guided group reading.

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Format

Multiple copy pack
Contains 6 Paperbacks
16 pages

Author

Richard Brown, Kate Ruttle
More books by Richard Brown, Kate Ruttle

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

22nd February 1996

ISBN

9780521579407


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