Spotty Zebra Red Ourselves - Staying at Nan's (x6) by Charlotte Middleton
  

Synopsis

Spotty Zebra Red Ourselves - Staying at Nan's (x6) by Charlotte Middleton

This book encourages and supports the developments of 'active readers' - children who can use their developing reading strategies to gain meaning from the text. These books challenge children by providing a variety of form, layout, content and language features. Each Spotty Zebra title has been developed around a specific early learning goal. It is supported by two Resource Packs that contain material to support reading, writing, speaking and listening in literacy time and beyond!

About the Author

Charlotte Middleton

Charlotte Middleton’s childhood guinea pigs are the inspiration for Christopher Nibble! At school, Charlotte loved drawing and would regularly illustrate her spelling and times tables test papers. She went on to study Graphic Art and Illustration at the Cambridge School of Art. Her first book, Tabitha’s Terrifically Tough Tooth, was published in 1998 and since then she has written and illustrated more than a dozen books. Her stories have been sold all over the world and Charlotte would love to be as well-travelled as her books one day.

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Book Info

Format

Multiple copy pack
Contains 6 Pamphlets and Paperback
100 pages
Interest Age: age 4-5

Author

Charlotte Middleton
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Author's Website

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Publisher


www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

10th June 2003

ISBN

9780748776184


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