New Reading 360: Introductory Level Readers (6 Titles) by


New Reading 360: Introductory Level Readers (6 Titles) by

The New Reading 360 series is designed to provide a solid literary foundation for infants and build on previous literacy knowledge for juniors. Introductory readers are wordless, the characters help to familiarize children with sight vocabulary before they move up the levels. All the storylines are within the chilren's experiences, and the books contain summaries of the stories and notes on how to use them. Titles found in this set are: The Toyshop ; Bad Digger! ; At the Beach ; Dad's Birthday! ; In the Garden ; and Packed Lunch .

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Contains 6 copies of Paperback
96 pages


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Publication date

16th January 1998



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