Dan in a Mess by Sue Graves


Dan in a Mess by Sue Graves

The series aims to support children who are learning to read through phonics, giving them the opportunity to read simple words in print. This book of no more than 70 words, focuses on CVC words with short vowel sounds, phonemes of more than one letter and the words and, the, to, no, I, go.In this story, Dan is ill but he really wants to get out of bed. Will Mum ever let him get up?

About the Author

Sue is a teacher and published author. She writes fiction and non fiction for both education and trade markets for children from pre school to early Key Stage 3. Sue is married with four children, one gorgeous grandchild and a really naughty cat! She plays golf and badminton and loves walking in the countryside around her home.

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24 pages


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Publication date

10th June 2010



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