Incy Wincy Spider South African edition by Richard Brown, Kate Ruttle
  

Incy Wincy Spider South African edition

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

RRP £1.99

Synopsis

Incy Wincy Spider South African edition by Richard Brown, Kate Ruttle

Cambridge Reading is a major new reading scheme providing stimulating books and support materials for the teaching of reading throughout the primary years. Key features include: a coherent yet flexible structure for teaching and learning; a variety of attractive picture books; a balance of text types and genres, including stories, poems and information books; an integrated phonics programme; comprehensive support materials. The thirty Beginning to Read books give children a first experience of Reading. Five of these, a nursery rhyme set, each present a familiar rhyme complemented by distinctive full-colour illustrations. The characters of Hey Diddle Diddle appear by moonlight, and Humpty Dumpty and Incy Wincy Spider are brought entirely up to date.

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Format

Paperback
8 pages

Author

Richard Brown, Kate Ruttle
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

15th January 1998

ISBN

9780521628174


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