First Illustrated Dictionary by Carolyn Richardson
  

First Illustrated Dictionary

Written by Carolyn Richardson
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First Illustrated Dictionary by Carolyn Richardson

All the new Schofield & Sims dictionaries stand alone as excellent sources of reference. Supporting the Primary Framework for literacy, the dictionaries and word books widen children's vocabulary and improve their reading and writing skills. They have been carefully graded so that each builds on the earlier one - thus providing a natural progression. The words included have been carefully chosen to reflect contemporary usage and interests, and also to provide full support for children as they explore classic texts. The Schofield and Sims First Illustrated Dictionary: contains more than 2000 headwords and definitions and over 500 colour illustrations, gives concise instructions on 'How to use this book', provides short forms/irregular plurals/help with pronunciation, reinforces knowledge of the alphabet by providing an alphabet strip on each page, includes clear guide words indicating the first and last headwords on each spread, provides lists of colours/months of the year/days of the week/numbers and is supported by the First Dictionary & Thesaurus Activities (available separately).

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Format

Paperback
168 pages

Author

Carolyn Richardson
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Publisher

Schofield & Sims Ltd

Publication date

1st February 2009

ISBN

9780721711324


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